News tagged ‘tablet’
Tuesday, 12 Apr 2011
Acer introduces the new Acer ICONIA TAB A500, a 10.1-inch tablet designed to maximize content enjoyment, providing the same rich multimedia, gaming and Web experience you can enjoy on your home PC with the added user-friendliness of multi-touch technology.
Friday, 25 Mar 2011
RIM has officially announced that the upcoming BlackBerry PlayBook's Java engine will support both BlackBerry Java and Google Android apps.
Tuesday, 22 Mar 2011
In a surprising move, Samsung reveals a revamped Galaxy Tab 10.1, with their own TouchWiz UX user interface enhancements on top of Google's tablet-optimized Gingerbread OS and a much thinner profile measuring at 8.6mm.
Monday, 21 Mar 2011
Creative has upgraded its ZiiO 7-inch Android-based tablets to Android 2.2. Current Creative ZiiO 7-inch owners will be able to enjoy a free upgrade beginning 25 Mar.
Wednesday, 9 Mar 2011
As CTIA looms closer, Samsung is revealing more teaser shots of its supposed in-between Galaxy Tab with an 8.9-inch display. Various speculations have arised, including how the new Tab could be as slim as the Apple iPad 2.
Tuesday, 15 Feb 2011
LG launches four devices - Optimus 3D, Optimus Pad, Optimus 2X and Optimus Black. Here's a quick glance.
Monday, 14 Feb 2011
NVIDIA and Samsung Electronics announced today the Galaxy Tab 10.1, a 10.1-inch screen tablet which uses the NVIDIA Tegra 2 mobile super chip to take full advantage of the Android 3.0 (also known as Honeycomb) user interface.
ViewSonic announced the launch of its new Dual-SIM Android Smartphone, the V350 and its new 10 inch professional tablet PC, the ViewPad 10Pro. Both will be previewed for the first time in Europe at Mobile World Congress (2B77 Hall 2) on 14 February 2011.
Tuesday, 25 Jan 2011
Gigabyte introduced T1125, the third-generation swivel 11.6-inch touch screen Booktop and first of its kind in the industry that creatively combines the advantage of a tablet PC and docking technology in 2010.
Tuesday, 4 Jan 2011
CES 2011 starts this week and it's looking like a deluge of tablets as firms finally show off products designed to compete with Apple's iPad.