Instead of making a big fuss about its newest Android tablet, plainly dubbed the HP 8 (model number 1401), Hewlett-Packard has simply started selling the thing via hp.com, at a seemingly reasonable $169.99.
Just because Asus has been paying more attention of late to smartphones and phone/tablet hybrids, it doesn’t mean their once praised Transformer Pad line of tab-cum-laptops is completely forgotten.
Spritz is a new speed-reading technology that cuts the time it takes to read by 80%.
Like clockwork, Samsung’s biggest, baddest, proudest, most productive tablet ever has debuted at Verizon. The Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 joins the LG G Pad 8.3, bolstering Big Red’s increasingly generous 4G LTE-enabled device lineup.
Great news, Sprint customers, your carrier hasn’t only been expeditious with Android 4.4 KitKat updates for the Galaxy S4/Note 3 duo, but it also plans to give the royal treatment to multiple other Samsung devices in the near future.
Guess Samsung wasn’t kidding when it announced a future greater emphasis on high-end tablets, as the Galaxy Tab Pros and Note Pro have barely seen daylight and some sort of spin-off is already in the works.
Of the four high-end Android tablets unveiled back at January’s CES, Samsung commercially launched three already. In Wi-Fi-restricted flavors, that is, as 4G LTE availability looks problematic.
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In a bid to further blur the lines between PCs and smart mobile devices and make its product roster close-knit, Samsung has just taken the wraps off a Chromebook duo with a Galaxy Note 3-evocative design.
Protective cases and gear for tablets are about as ubiquitous as Bluetooth audio devices and external battery packs. While you, technically, can’t go wrong with any decent one, it takes something a bit more to stand out and turn heads.
Asus has been fairly erratic of late in its quest to somehow make PadFone mongrels popular all of a sudden in the mainstream global mobile market, enriching the family with an E mid-range model, Mini diminutive variant and US-destined X version. Also, an Infinity Lite that everyone ignored.
We’ve known for a while Verizon-branded 4G LTE-enabled versions of Samsung’s Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 and LG’s G Pad 8.3 are in the works, and we may have just found out when they’ll debut. Assuming the internal Big Red document Android Police dug up is legit, the two tabs will roll out on March 6, i.e. next Thursday.