Entegra has now revealed its upcoming Crossfire Pro tablet, which offers modular customization at a level that’s not quite as deep as Ara, but pretty close.
The LG G Pad line appears to be gaining a 7-inch, new 8-inch and 10.1-inch versions, coming soon. Official product announcements are due this coming week during the European tech show MedPI 2014, between May 13th and 16th.
Samsung’s line of AMOLED tablets has been rumored for months, but now the leaks are gathering steam, possibly pointing to a release in the close future.
A new Nvidia tablet has appeared on the GFXBench website, named the Nvidia Mocha, packing a Tegra K1 SoC and 7.9 inch 2048 x 1536 pixel display.
Samsung is going to launch a new line of tablets soon, says report. The Galaxy Tab S will feature high definition AMOLED displays, powerful specifications, and fingerprint sensors.
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About a week after the Wi-Fi version of the Note 10.1 2014 saw Android 4.4 KitKat, Verizon’s LTE model is also receiving the update.
E-Ceros entered the tablet market last year and the company has released a series of tablets, including a 9.7 inch iPad look-alike. That was last year. In the intervening months E-Ceros has been busily working on new products, one of which is the E-Ceros Vision, a 10.1 inch, widescreen device which redefines E-Ceros’ design language.
After rolling out to a select few countries last week, the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014’s KitKat has reportedly started to roll out in the United States.
Samsung has now announced that the Galaxy Tab 4 series will arrive to the U.S. on May 1st, with pricing starting at $200 for the 7-inch model.