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.
Lenovo has launched three new budget friendly tablets, the A1000 and A3000 being 7-inch tablets, with the quad-core S6000 offering 10-inches of screen space.
In the face of stiff tablet competition from the likes of Acer and Samsung, ASUS isn’t resting on its laurels. Reportedly, the Taiwanese firm intends to unveil a successor to its 7-inch budget device Memo Pad at Computex this year.