Articles about android tablet (page 2)

HTC Flyer shown off in a 6 minute video
The HTC Flyer, or HTC EVO View 4G on Sprint, has been given an in-depth video walkthrough by HTC, the creators of the Android tablet themselves. The tablet that was shown off at the Mobile World Congress and was given a hands-on preview by us last month, and now HTC has taken the time to show off what we can do with the upcoming tablet. The video shows off the […]

Xoom Review
Xoom Review - this in-depth review of the Motorola Xoom covers the pro and cons of the first tablet running on Android 3.0, aka Honeycomb

Archos has more ideas for new generation of Android tablets
Archos, a name from France that has been associated with portable media players for over a decade, has also forayed into the potentially competitive Android-powered tablet market, carving out a niche for itself in the low cost market with further plans for its next generation of Android tablets. Archos’ Gen 9 tablets will see 1.6GHz dual core ARM Cortex A9 chips running proceedings from within, with plans to roll out […]

Motorola Xoom Android tablet manual leaked online
Wanted to know everything you ever wanted to know about Motorola’s upcoming Xoom Android tablet? Well almost everything, at least – the folks over at Droid-Life managed to get their hands on the user manual for the Motorola Xoom and were kind enough to post it up online for everyone to see. The manual is filled with colored screen shots and comprehensive instructions for you to learn how to operate […]

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HTC Flyer Android tablet on sale at Amazon Germany
HTC’s debut tablet, the HTC Flyer is has found its way online to Amazon Germany’s online store and has been given a price tag. The Android tablet will cost you 699 Euros ($904) which is pretty pricey after a direct conversion. Chances are it won’t be that price when it hits our shores – especially with carrier subsidies and so on, but for a tablet that is running on a […]

HTC Flyer announced today at the Mobile World Congress
[MWC] HTC has a plethora of devices (six to be exact) that they will be announcing at the Mobile World Congress today, and their most-anticipated device has got to be their Android tablet known as the HTC Flyer. After staying out of the tablet game last year, it looks like HTC is ready to dip its toes into this highly saturated market – whether or not it can make a […]

LG Optimus Pad to be shown off at Mobile World Congress
[MWC] The LG Optimus Pad will be LG’s latest foray into the world of Honeycomb (Android 3.0) tablets. Unofficially nicknamed the “G-Slate” for Europe, the two tablets pretty much shares the same specs. It packs a 1GHz dual-core Tegra 2 processor, an 8.9″ display (1280 x 768) and features full 1080p HD video decoding, Android 3.0, a 3D rear camera for capturing 3D footage to be viewed on a 3D […]

LG Optimus Pad to make its debut at the Mobile World Congress
In a Korean press release, LG has confirmed that they will be showing off their upcoming Optimus Pad at the Mobile World Congress 2011 in Spain, Barcelona in just over a week. The Android tablet that was first talked about in the middle of last year is said to be the European counterpart of the recently unveiled T-Mobile G-Slate. The Optimus Pad packs an 8.9″ 3D-capable multi-touch display (1280 x […]

T-Mobile and LG unveil the G-Slate
T-Moble and LG have unveiled their very first Android tablet today – the G-Slate. Powered by Android 3.0 (Honeycomb), this tablet packs a dual-core Tegra 2 processor, an 8.9″ display, 32GB of internal storage, a stereoscopic camera that is capable of 1080p 3D capture, a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash for taking photos, and a front-facing camera for video calls. It supports 720p HD on-device playback and HDMI output […]

Samsung Galaxy Tab has a sky-high return rate
Samsung might have sold truckloads of their Galaxy Tab Android tablets, but how many of those tablets stay with their satisfied customers? Apparently not many, according to some reports. It has discovered that 15% of Galaxy Tabs sold are being returned – much higher than the 2% return Apple gets for their iPads – talk about unsatisfied customers! If that’s the case, Samsung’s 2-million tablets sold milestone might not be […]

MiPad Android-powered tablet gets FCC approval
With over a hundred tablets debuting or showcased at CES earlier this month, you can expect the good people over at the FCC to be pretty busy approving a bunch of tablets in the coming year. Here is yet another one that hails from China, thanks to Suzhou Shuanglin Plastics and Rubber Electronics – rolling out the MiPad tablet that has just picked up FCC approval for its Wi-Fi and […]

Notion Ink update bricks the Adam
Sometimes it’s better not to rush out to get a product when it first launches, just like the early-adopters of Notion Ink Adam recently experienced. An over the air update for their Android tablet has been reported to brick the device, resulting in a large number of customers getting in touch with Notion Ink customer support. This caused Notion Ink to pull the update off the air until they can […]

T-Mobile Dell Streak 7 Android tablet to cost $330?
The Dell Streak 7 Android tablet that’s arriving on T-Mobile has had its price leaked on its product page. Apparently in the small print at the bottom of the product page, it states,”$82.50 down payment, plus 3 monthly payments of $82.50, required.” This seems very much like their T-Mobile’s Equipment Installment plan used for other products such as the Galaxy Tab. There’s a possibility that the small text was a […]

CherryPal tablet runs on Android, supports GSM networks
CherryPal – now that isn’t a name that would come to your mind first and foremost if you are mulling over whether to purchase a tablet device or not (the iPad, or perhaps the iPad 2 might make much more sense). That doesn’t mean that they cannot try, with their upcoming effort being an Android-powered 7-inch tablet that will come with a 1024 × 600 resolution capacitive multi-touch display, which […]