While you have to admire Samsung’s newfound restraint as far as high-end tablet roster rejuvenation is concerned, sooner or later the iPads need to be dealt with… again. It’s pretty obvious no Galaxy Tab Pro or Note Pro sequels are coming, but the Tab S line is most definitely up for a couple of rehashes.
The Apple iPad Pro could feature a silver nanowire (AgNW) display for optimized performance and thinner touch screen profile; possible 2016 release.
If you’re in the market for great value and bang-for-your-buck hardware, Vodafone has just introduced a pair of smartphones and a tablet for new- and performance-users in mind. You can pick up the Smart Tab Prime 6 tablet, and Smart prime 6 and Smart first 6 smartphones on a pay as you go plan. Or more »
You’ve got to hand it to Microsoft for improving their Surface Pro line over the years, and generating huge buzz and excitement. Those eagerly waiting for information about the anticipated Surface Pro 4 may only have a couple weeks left. At least that’s what a secret source has indicated.
Never a name to be reckoned with in the tablet computer décor, Dell learned to branch out in the eleventh hour, at long last going after Android users. We mean really going after them, with extravagant hardware rivaling the productivity of your standard Windows gear.
Chromebooks and especially Chromeboxes continue to struggle in the mainstream consumer-oriented PC landscape, where Windows and OS X-powered laptops and desktops comfortably run the show.
Does everybody agree Android slates in general have always felt one step behind Apple’s iPads? It’s weird, really, but no matter the state-of-the-art processors Samsung stuffs into its Galaxy Tabs and gargantuan GNotes, they end up lagging and incapable of pushing the same smooth, rich content as their iOS-running counterparts.
While many of you US-located power Android users probably never knew Iconia One 8s and Tab 10s even existed, Acer worked diligently behind the scenes on sequels to the low-cost slates available via Amazon.
Even though the newest iteration of Android is a couple of weeks old already, which should have given Google plenty of time to update the entire Nexus roster, you can still count the 5.1-powered devices on the fingers of one hand.
Finding a premium-looking, versatile, powerful and relatively inexpensive Windows 8.1 laptop/tablet hybrid is certainly no easy feat, but HP’s new Pavilion x360 and Envy x360 rosters appear to be ticking all the essential boxes.
Internationally unveiled a few weeks back, Samsung’s newest mid-range tablet recruits are now officially headed stateside as well. And in case last year’s Galaxy Tab 4 trio didn’t make it clear enough, the Tab A 8.0 and 9.7 do – it’s all about providing low-cost choice for prospective iPad Air/Mini buyers.
It’s raining lucrative gadget promotions this beginning of the week, and in case you’re made of steel and able to resist both the Fire HD 7 deal at Amazon and Best Buy and BlackBerry’s assortment of discounts, we have something even better for you.