Asus is already doing very well in the budget-friendly 7-inch tablet market, courtesy of the massive Nexus 7 box-office hit. However, that doesn’t mean there isn’t enough of the pie left for another of the company’s slates.
The advantage that Chinese wholesalers offer is that the big corporate expenses, the huge advertising budgets and the need to make 33% profit on each phone doesn’t exist. The result is access to Android smartphones much nearer to their production costs.
Delayed in the US from April to June, the HP Slate 7 is now available for pre-order on a French retailer’s website. Unfortunately, Europe won’t be getting earlier, either.
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.