Vizio 8-inch Android tablet may be coming soon to Walmart, could be one of the better budget Android tablets for this year. The Vizio tablet should work well with existing Vizio TVs and could be great device for Vizio TV owners.
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I had the chance to look at Toshiba’s Android tablet demo in January at CES 2011 earlier this year and it looks like Toshiba is finally going to launch their tablet. I know, I know, there’s now an Android tablet device coming from every PC manufacturer? Well, that’s only good news for us consumers as the competition grows, the prices go down.
Toshiba’s latest Android tablet dubbed “Thrive” should be going on sale soon for $429 around July 10th according to our Toshiba insiders with 10.1″ screen, Android Honeycomb 3.0, and similar
Do you know why we do an Android Tablet comparison? Because, unlike an iPad or two, Android has different sizes you can buy, different hardware you can buy, and even different peripheral features like an HDMI output or even 1080P video recording.
Really though, it comes down to what you need and how much you are willing to spend. Depending on what you want from a tablet device, you could be spending anywhere from a cheap, Chinese-made (not being prejudice, just sayin’ there’s a lot more i
Archos has just launched their latest Archos 70 250GB unit, this is the biggest storage option for an Android tablet.
The Archos 70 sports a 1Ghz processor and it’s only 0.55 inches thin. For those of you who need a lot of storage space, perhaps for storing all your favorite movies so you can watch it while you travel, Archos 70 certainly is one
Motorola’s CEO Sanjay Jha has recently announced that they are working on a new Android tablet but won’t be ready until early 2011.
We do have high hopes for Motorola’s Android tablet since they’ve already launched several successful Android smartphones such as the Droid X and Droid 2.
“I will only develop a tablet if it is sufficiently compelling. Hopefully, that is early next year,” Jha said, noting that he doesn’t see the tablet market cannibalizing the smartphone market, but rather he sees tablets serving as extensions of smartphon
Just as we predicted, Samsung is launching their Samsung Galaxy Tab Android Tablet to all major U.S. carriers including Sprint, Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile. This comes to us as no surprise as Samsung has done the same with their Galaxy S Android smartphones.
There’s no word when the Galaxy Tab will be available but it won’t be too long before you can get your hands on one in the U.S.
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Hurray, Samsung Galaxy Tab 4G will be coming to Sprint this November, that means the Galaxy Tab will officially become the first 4G-enabled tablet device in the U.S.
We have heard that Sprint is currently targeting a November release for Samsung’s Galaxy Tab tablet. Pricing for the CDMA device has not yet been disclosed to us. UPDATE: We’re also hearing it is a 3G/4G device!
We told you when we first started this site that there would be a “slew” of Android tablets headed for the consumer market by end of 2010. Well, we are almost getting there and here’s Viewsonic ViewPad 7, which is official!
ViewPad 7 will be the first 7-inch Android tablet that comes loaded with Android 2.2 Froyo plus front and back-facing cameras. Man, I love tablets.
Hannspree is also working on a 10.1-inch Android tablet loaded with features like Android 2.2 Froyo, Flash Player 10.1, 1080P HD playback, mini HDMI outputs, and a whole lot. This are probably the best specs we’ve seen so far on an Android tablet.
We still don’t know if this will go onto the market but if it does, we have no doubt it will be one of the better Android tablets you can get with performance much better than an iPad for sheezy.
For those of you itching your scalp to get hands on a 3G-enabled Android tablet on a stable network like Verizon, your wishes might just come true as Samsung Galaxy Tab has appeared in Verizon’s inventory database.
We are pretty sure about this and wouldn’t be surprised if Samsung Galaxy Tab is available across all major U.S. carriers as it has been the same case for the Samsung Galaxy S Android smartphones.
Whatever the case, we are excited something is coming soon from Samsung.