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It may be no Nintendo 3DS where it doesn't need a pair of glasses to view 3D content, but the LG G-Slate is still slated to become the best Android tablet out there.
Looks like it’s all out for T-Mobile as they uncover the specs and details of the much hyped LG G-Slate tablet. The G-Slate, which is hoping to become the best Android tablet to date, so far has an impressive roster of features which include the much anticipated Honeycomb, a dual-core Tegra 2 chipset, an 8.9-inch 3D display topped off with a 3D camera. However, the tablet won’t be anything near the Nintendo 3DS as the device needs glasses in order to properly view the 3D content.Read the rest of the article »
It seems like more and more computer tablets are making its way to the store, as Archos releases its Archos 70 Android Tablet. Read on to see what this new tablet can offer.
After Archos 101 Android Tablet, it seems like the manufacturer has a new tablet to offer. The Archos 70 Android Internet Tablet sports a 7-inch 800 x 480 capacitive touchscreen, Android 2.2, 1GHz Cortex A8 processor and graphics accelerator, and 250GB hard drive. More over, it also features a 8GB flash drive, microSD/SDHC card slot, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR and WiFi 802.11b/g/n. The Archos 70 also has a USB port, HDMI output, frontal VGA camera, microphone, built-in-speaker and stand, and a G sensor. As for the price, the 8GB model will cost $274.99, while 250GB model is priced at $349.99. There are no information for the release date as of the moment.
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Pegatron has supposedly landed a contract to produce an Android tablet for smartphone-maker HTC. So if you are one of the many hopefuls for an HTC Android Tablet, then you might be in luck.
With HTC saying that they will not build a tablet, consumers hopes might be down the drain. However, words on the street has it that Pegatron just received an Android Tablet order from the smartphone manufacturer. It is also reported that the rumored HTC device will pack Nvidia Tegra 2 chipset.
According to Digitimes, the device will house Bluetooth and GPS, 2GB of memory, Wi-Fi, 32GB solid slate storage, multi-touch 1280 x 720 display, Nvidia Tegra 2 and Android. Though no definite price has been mentioned, “market watchers” estimates that it will be tagged around $789.75. There’s no word as to when the release date will be either. So don’t forget to check back for more scoops!View Article Source »
The Financial Times reports that Verizon and Motorolla are having a team-up in releasing Android tablets with dual cameras, Adobe Flash and a 10-inch screen, not to mention a mobile hotspot function and access to pay TV.
We’ve heard so much about Verizon’s Android powered tablets like twice for the record, but it’s just now that we’ve reached the verge of getting the real deal from Motorola’s device. The Financial Times reports that Verizon and Motorola are having a team-up in releasing Android tablets with dual cameras, Adobe Flash and a 10-inch screen, not to mention a mobile hotspot function and access to pay TV.
Moto also makes a Verizon FiOS set-top box, and Times has been told that the TV tablet is a predecessor of the same tech. There are still a few glitches, no power process words or price yet. But, as rumor has it, we will see the tablet as early as the fall of 2010. We are hoping for Android to set up a Google TV too. How we wish.View Article Source »
A new Android powered tablet will be out in the market very soon, but some thought it was already filling up the shelves of Kmart. The store's inventory proved otherwise. The tablet-maker reveals release the date here.
Kmart released an interesting $150 Android powered tablet in its most recent weekly circular – but not even the shadow of the actual product has appeared in its shelves yet.
There are people who got excited and went outright to check out the sleek 7-inch touch screen, but Augen, the 4-year-old Florida-based electronics company, has informed the consumers in return that their product will be out by the end of this week.
While this gadget has not arrived yet, the specs can construct an image for curious consumers of what could be in what Augen dubs as the GENTOUCH78. For all that it requires you to unload from your pockets, or cards, or any account, this tablet runs on Android 2.1 and boasts of WiFi connectivity, 256MB of RAM, an expandable 2GB memory, and multimedia support features.
Well, I have not mentioned the most fascinating fact yet – an access to the Android App Market can be yours only for the glorious sum of 150 bucks! Let us see if it will keep getting better once GENTOUCH fills up the shelves of Kmart. When you become one of its first purchasers…just let us know.View Article Source »
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