Sony has only just entered the world of Android tablets, and if the latest details on the manufacturer’s latest tablet are any thing to go by it will be a long and fruitful stay. At least if we are to believe the latest benchmarks for a mysterious new Sony tablet.
Google has its sights set on broad gamer appeal with Android, but there’s been a problem and a real bottleneck in this expansion, namely the total allowed file size of Apps in Android Market. Now that Google is increasing from 50MB to 4GB they are making it a whole lot easier for developers.
Figures from the fourth quarter of 2011 are in and show that HP and Apple stayed in top of the laptop and tablet markets, respectively. Nearly 90 million mobile devices were shipped in total.
Toshiba is huge in a number of areas, but hasn’t made a name for itself as a major android tablet manufacturer, but at least in its native Japan, Toshiba has released several handsets running Google’s operating system. Now CES is just around the corner and Toshiba promises to showcase the world’s thinnest and lightest android [...]
Dell has launched several tablets with Android and has been regarded as a solid proponent of Google’s operating system. This attitude is quietly changing, according to PC World. Two versions of Dell’s Streak has disappeared from the online store in the past three months. The latest 10.1-inch model is still for sale, but only in [...]
The resolution in the upcoming iPad 3 has been quoted as being 2,048 x 1,536 pixels. There have been many rumors about the upcoming tablet screens, but now there are some more tangible evidence available.
The ASUS Transformer Prime is now officially out of the box and it’s the first tablet with a quad-core processor. It is powered by Nvidia’s latest Tegra 3 chip, but still manages to stay slimmer than the original and maintain an excellent 12-hour battery life according to the manufacturer. The option to attach it to [...]
Texas Instruments has no intention of moving from mobile dual-core processors to chips with four cores. The reason for not investing in Quad is that the company doesn’t believe that such models would work particularly well in today’s tablets and smartphones.
Sales of tablets has now overtaken the sales of netbooks in total, which is hardly surprising considering that the netbook has been experiencing a slow and painful death during the last couple of years. In the third quarter, tablets could account for 13.6 million sales, compared to a mere 6.4 million in the first quarter. [...]
One of the best tablets we’ve been in touch with so far–the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer–is currently on sale for $399, which is the lowest price we’ve seen so far on this tablet (not counting used/refurbished). Click the “read more” link for all the details.