DisplayMate, a company that specializes in testing and calibrating displays of all types, published its latest shootout, pitching three of the best small form factor tablets on the market: the Nexus 7 (2013), the Kindle Fire HDX 7”, and the new iPad Mini.
This week in the world of Android: BBM finally rolled out, the new iPads landed to tough Android competition, news broke about Samsung’s clampdown on unofficial accessories, G Flex leaked on television, Samsung revealed Galaxy S4 sales, three big name Android games launched, and we made it through another wave of KitKat rumors.
We took a quick look at the new iPads vs the best Android tablets, and now we’d like to know your opinion. Are the new iPads tempting you in any way? Why/why not?
Expected at IFA, the LG G Pad will feature a film-based touch panel for reduced thickness and weight. Apple uses the same tech on its tablets.
The Nexus 7 (2013) was just recently announced, and one of its biggest competitors from last year is the iPad Mini. Is Apple’s 7.9-inch tablet any better than this year’s Nexus 7? Find out in our “by the numbers” comparison!
More 8-inch tablets are on the way, as Asus, Acer, Dell and Lenovo are said to attack this market sector in the third quarter of this year. Android users will soon have more alternatives to the iPad Mini.
Looking for an Android-based iPad mini lookalike with a little more pizazz than the GooPad mini clone? Meet the Onda V818 Mini.
Still undecided between getting the Galaxy Note 8.0 or the iPad Mini? Samsung is here to help you make your mind up.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 vs Apple iPad Mini: an interesting mid-range tablet battle! Join us to see who wins!
A mobile industry analyst has made calculations to come up with sales figures of the Google Nexus 7 and compared it with sales of the Apple iPad and Amazon Kindle Fire.