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.
MediaTek has released its new quad-core MT8125 processor, which is aimed at the tablet market. The chip is likely to be used in budget orientated smartphones and tablets, whilst still offering decent performance.
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.
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.
What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the name Hyundai? Probably cars, right? After all, the Seoul automaker, along with Kia, is ranked number five in the world based on 2012 sales.
We rarely used to come across decently looking and decently specced gadgets over in “Shanzhai Land”, but something’s changed of late. We don’t know if it’s because the Mayan end of the world is nearing or just due to the planets aligning in some bizarre way, but one thing is clear – awesome Android-based devices are coming in flocks from China.
While you can’t exactly call Toshiba a player to be reckoned with in the tablet war (then again, who is, besides Apple?), the Excite trio seems to have drawn some attention to the Japan-based manufacturer.
Ainol Novo 10 Captain tablet unveiled – quad-core CPU, Jelly Bean and 1920 x 1200 pix res screen for $213
If the race for the snappiest smartphone with the highest resolution display is not just on, but crazy heated, the competition for the 10-inch tablet with the coolest screen seems to have stagnated a bit lately.
Usually, when people hear about Chinese Android-based tablets, they run for their lives, expecting poor build quality or low performance. Or, in many cases, both. However, there are the occasional exceptions of tabs coming out of that corner of the world that are budget-friendly, snappy and reliable, all in one package.
Despite having what looked like a winner on its hands, Acer didn’t make a huge effort in advertising the 7-inch Iconia Tab A110 tablet. Still, the “Nexus 7 killer” looked quite enticing to those who heard about it, especially after Acer officially announced that it would be coming with Jelly Bean on board.