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.
Following multiple leaks, including a premature outing in Poland, the entry-level Samsung Galaxy Tab3 Lite is now official.
The Galaxy Tab3 Lite is, in terms of design, very similar to its siblings in the Tab 3 range, but it’s decidedly targeted at the budget crowd.
Days ahead of the CES opening, Acer just introduced two new Android tablets – the Iconia A1-830 and B1-720 – and an Android powered all-in-one computer.
Late in November Intel announced a partnership with HP that would bring a $99 Android tablet to Walmart stores, making HP the latest in a long line of companies to produce cheap Android tablets. Read on for more!
The Freelander PD80 is a 9.7 inch Android tablet with a front design similar to that of the iPad. It is a quad-core tablet with 3G, GPS, an IPS display.
Ceros has released a new 7-inch tablet called the Ceros Motion. It has a quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of storage and extra features like GPS. I spent a few days with the device and this is what I discovered.
Woot! is having an Android tablet sale for a couple of days, offering several models (new, factory reconditioned and refurbished) for discounted prices.
The Ceros Revolution is a 9.7 inch Android tablet with a high resolution display that is aimed squarely at those who like the iPad’s form factor but want something cheaper, and dare I say it, with better specs!
The Freelander PX2 is a quad-core, 7 inch tablet that can be bought from China for just $160. After spending a few days with the device this is what I found out.
A 1.2GHz processor, 1GB RAM, and 1,024×768 7-inch screen all front Android 4.0.4. Nothing spectacular, but also not terrible. Purchased by a tourist who only wishes to be known as “Michael”, this severely hamstrung Android tablet seems to be running pretty smoothly, as you can see in the video below.