What are the first few things you look for when you want to buy a tablet? The answer definitely depends on each one’s preferences, tastes and needs, but a few factors will certainly play a major role in all of your decisions – screen quality, performance and battery life.
People normally buy smartphones and tablets in one of two ways. They either buy the device outright from a retail store for full price, or they sign a contract with an operator that then provides cellular connectivity. Looking to shake things up a bit, The Times will sell you a 32 GB Nexus 7 for just £50 if you buy an 18 month subscription.
This year’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping sprees are behind us, but that doesn’t mean we’re done seeing some great deals on new Android devices.
Nexus 7 buyers will be happy to hear that there may be a dock in their Nexus 7 future. Apparently Asus is ready to take orders for the official Nexus 7 charging cradle at least in Japan, where the device is priced at ¥3,580, or around $42.
In case you happen to have purchased a new Nexus 4 smartphone or a new Nexus 7 or Nexus 10 tablet, you should know that you’re entitled to some free content for your shiny new devices.
The Acer Iconia Tab A110 is the first true contender for the Google Nexus 7 in the budget Android tablet market. Join us as we find out who wins!
Three has announced the availability of the Nexus 7 3G. The tablet is available as of today, November 28, and can be purchased online at Three.co.uk or at any of the Three UK retail stores.
This isn’t the first time we hear that an even cheaper Asus-made 7-inch Jelly Bean tablet will be unveiled at some point in the future, but while previous rumors suggested this will be a Nexus device, it looks like a new report implies that Asus may have some similar plans of its own.
Guess what, ladies and gents, we have a new drop test video for your destructive viewing pleasure. As usual, viewer discretion is advised, while if you’re of feeble spirit or faint-hearted you should probably pass on the clip altogether.
A survey of over 20,000 people brought back a rather staggering result – over half of the people surveyed will buy a tablet by Christmas.