Sony’s Tablet S not only comes in a different design, but also a lot of unusual and interesting features. Sony is one of the first manufacturers to launch a new tablet just ahead of the holiday shopping spree. The Tablet S in now in stores and it is a 9.4-inch variant with Android, and the [...]
Acer’s Android 3 table Iconia A500 must not to be confused with the manufacturer’s Iconia Tab W500, which is their Windows tablet/netbook hybrid. It’s somewhat unfortunate that the names are so similar. At any rate, the A500 is more or less what you expect form an Android tablet these days; it comes with a dual-core [...]
The Eee Pad Transformer is, as the name implies an Android tablet that transforms into a laptop by docking with a keyboard. This gives you both a tablet and a decent netbook-like PC experience in one and the same product. The question is how it works out in the real world–read on to find out.
As far as tablets based on Android version 2.2 Froyo go, the ViewSonic G-Tablet is a great product. ViewSonic is mainly known for its PC monitors but has ventured into the world of Android tablets with the G series. There many nice features with this product, not least its hardware and design, even if Android [...]
We’ve waited for the first tablet with Android 3.0 for quite some time now, and finally the Motorola Xoom has landed on store shelves. The Xoom looks a lot like Apple’s original iPad; it has a large touch screen, is made of aluminum and is relatively thin at roughly half an inch. The weight is [...]
Dell wants a piece of the Android tablet market With its Streak lineup (so far a 5-inch and a 7-inch verion). By now a few sites have had the opportunity to review the Dell Streak 7, and here we’ll try to summarize the various opinions on Dell’s tablet. However, we’ll start with what we know [...]