Google IO’s 2014 keynote announcements are still uncertain, but we can assume some of the latest rumors and related news will make it to stage.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S series is the company’s latest flagship tablet lineup. But does it offer more than its previous premier tablets? We start by taking a look at the smallest of the lot, the Galaxy Tab S 8.4!
How well do Galaxy Tab S displays fare? The 2560×1600 resolution will keep images and text as sharp as a scalpel, but there is much more to look at.
Looking for a 10.1-inch tablet without paying a fortune? Right now Staples is offering the Tegra 3-powered Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T for just $200.
The Hisense Sero 8 has now arrived to the United States, available directly through Walmart for a price of just $129.
The previously rumored HTC-made Nexus tablet is back in the spotlight, with a new report allegedly listing its specifications, features, and pricing.
With the new LG G Pad 7.0 hitting store shelves now and the G Pad 8 and G Pad 10.1 sure to soon follow, LG has graced us with a video advertisement. They call it the LG G Pad Movie.
We’ve already looked at the official info that Samsung released on the Galaxy Tab S 8.4 and Galaxy Tab S 10.5 accessories, and in this post, we want to show you how the book covers and Bluetooth keyboards for the two Tab S devices look and feel in “real life.”
Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S include a series of cases, a keyboard and great headphones. They are designed to fit your needs, all serving different purposes.
Samsung has now officially announced the Galaxy Tab S family. Join us as we take a first look at the Tab S 10.5!