Looking for an Android-based iPad mini lookalike with a little more pizazz than the GooPad mini clone? Meet the Onda V818 Mini.
Be honest, you weren’t really swept off your feet by Kobo’s Arc when the budget 7-incher went up for sale last fall, were you?
If you’re looking for an Android tablet that doesn’t skimp out on specs, but at the same time won’t cost a fortune, you may want to consider getting the Cube U30GT2.
With disappointing gaming performance and lack of buttery smoothness in early releases, will this $99 Android tablet get rave reviews after firmware update?
The Exynos 4 Quad is Samsung’s 32nm HKMG quad-core CPU that powers some versions of the Galaxy S3 along with Samsung’s phablets, the Galaxy Note II and Galaxy Note 8.0. It is also the processor used by the “Vice” tablet, a 9.7 inch iPad 2 look-alike.
Asus and Google’s Nexus 7 provides arguably the best bang for the buck in the 7-inch tablet niche, but what if you want something a little cheaper?
Mark your calendars for next Wednesday, March 6, because Cherry Mobile plans on releasing the world’s most affordable quad-core 7-inch tablet with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean then in three major Philippine cities simultaneously.
Announced today, the Slate 7 will be available for $169 starting this April. The red-clad 7-inch tablet is a budget offering, with unimpressive specs even for 2012.
It’s hard not to appreciate the Nexus 7 for setting the Android tablets bar pretty high despite its sub-$200 pricing. Trying to grab a bigger piece of the budget tablet market this year are Asus and Acer.
After blowing our minds already with the $110 5.2-inch Cruize phablet and the $125 4.5-inch Thunder, Cherry Mobile is lowering the price bar even more for its newest tablet effort.