News tagged ‘tablet’
Tuesday, 6 Sep 2011
How do you penetrate a closed market of 1.3 billion people? The answer may be devastatingly simple, yet incredibly complex at the same time, and Dell is about to show us how it's done.
While many smartphones promise a holistic experience with its capabilities, Korean telecommunications provider KT has upped the ante with something more: an Android smartphone that docks into a tablet, laptop and a gaming peripheral.
Monday, 5 Sep 2011
Amazon.com plans to unveil a smaller and cheaper US$250 rival to Apple's iPad tablet device in November, as reported by TechCrunch on Friday.
Friday, 2 Sep 2011
Toshiba announced its latest tablet model, the AT200 which runs on Android 3.2. It is amazingly thin at 7.7mm, has a 10.1-inch display and is powered by a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor.
Thursday, 1 Sep 2011
The HP TouchPad will be selling for S$126 and S$201 for the 16GB and 32GB versions at Comex 2011, with additional purchase-to-purchase options available at the HP booth.
Tuesday, 30 Aug 2011
It was a matter of time before someone steps in to inject HP's ill-fated TouchPad with Google Android. And the group in question is well known Android-modding group CyanogenMod, bringing an alpha build onto the HP tablet.
Friday, 26 Aug 2011
Given HP's recent decision to stop the production of hardware running its webOS mobile operating system, HP Singapore has come up with a few post-purchase options for users who have bought the product at the HP Singapore Online Store or HP authorized retailers in Singapore on or before the 22nd of August.
Friday, 19 Aug 2011
With the patent lawsuits flying between Apple and Samsung, it's fortunate that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 managed to land in Singapore, with a price tag of S$848.
Friday, 12 Aug 2011
HP's first webOS tablet, the HP TouchPad, gets a revised launch price, starting from S$599 for its 16GB Wi-Fi variant.
Monday, 8 Aug 2011
Samsung announced two upcoming tablets, one of them being the super-slim Galaxy Tab 10.1. But what about the Galaxy Tab 8.9? We haven't heard or seen much of it until now.