Google took the wraps off its Nexus-branded tablet, the Nexus 7. Manufactured by ASUS, the Google Nexus 7 is the world's first tablet to be powered by a quad-core processor. It is also the first device to use Chrome as its standard web browser. Hit the link to find out more about the Nexus 7.
When it comes to online shopping, most of us wouldn't even think about doing it on our mobile devices. That's mostly because the shopping experience on small screens are simply horrendous. However, by not going mobile, businesses with a web presence have more to lose than gain. However all that might change for the better sooner than we think.
Building on the success of its first Transformer, ASUS announced the world's first quad-core Android tablet, the Eee Pad Transformer Prime. Can its blazing fast processor and sleek 8.3mm metallic spun finish design bring ASUS to greater heights? Let's find out.
Sony is determined to make the Tablet S stand out. It's the first PlayStation certified slate and the first to feature an unconventional folded magazine design. Are these features enough to make it stand out? We find out.
Sony showcases its creativity with its Tablet S, which features a unique folding design that looks like the curve of a folded magazine. Here's our first impressions of this one-of-a-kind Android 3.2 tablet.