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ASUS reveals full Eee Pad Slider specs through its newly launched page.
Without any noticeable actions, ASUS finally kicked off an official page wherein people could take a look at the confirmed specifications for the Eee Pad Slider device. The tablet will still be sporting Tegra 2 processors, with 1GB RAM and a 16GB or 32GB storage like the Transformer. However, since the device features a built-in keyboard, the Eee Pad Slider will be much heavier — measuring 2.12 pounds and 0.68 inches deep.
Moreover, the manufacturer announced that they will be upgrading the tablet from Android 3.1 into Android 3.2.
The ASUS Eee Pad Slider also comes with plenty of ports, such as a USB, a mini HDMI, a headphone jack and a microSD slot. The 10.1-inch tablet takes pride in having a 1280×800 display resolution with great camera features similar to Transformer. It brings a 1.2-megapixel front-facing camera and 5-megapixel rear-facing camera with LED flash.
This unique tablet from ASUS is slated to hit the market sometime in September 2011. Its 16GB version is expected to be retailed for $400, while the 32GB model gets a $550 price tag.View Article Source »
Features of iPad's two rivals - Motorola Xoom and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 - compared.
It’s time once again for a tablet showdown; and this very moment, the spotlight is switched to iPad’s two biggest competitors: The Xoom from Motorola and the ever-popular Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. Which among them will stand out in terms of designs, operating systems, and imaging?
Find out on the brief comparisons after the break.Read the rest of the article »
Vizio is shipping its 8-inch Gingerbread worth $299.
Vizio finally started shipping its 8-inch Android tablet called Gingerbread that will arrive in the market for $299. The firm’s pre-order page states that, originally, the said tablet was scheduled to arrive on July 18.
Initial reports said that the tablets will cost around $300 even though the pre-order site listed $400. Making these rumors about the pricing inconsistent.
Vizio announced that their tablet will be available through popular retailers like Amazon, Walmart, Sam’s Club, Costco and others.
Features of the Vizio Gingerbread are posted after the cut.Read the rest of the article »
Amazon will be cutting down the cost of their tablet, and it might include the sophistication of their touchscreen.
According to DigiTimes’ sources, the decision of Amazon to cut costs on their tablet might include the refinement of the touchscreen. An off-hand industry suggested that the Android tablet would be utilizing just two-finger multi-touch, and not the 10-finger touch devices like the iPad 2 and others.
Losing the more advanced multi-touch could render the device incompatible with those several Android apps that might require more than two fingers. Apple took advantage of having much more support by enabling three and four finger gestures, as well as support for more third party apps.Read the rest of the article »
Amazon is planning to battle the iPad with its new tablet computer, which is slated to be released in October.
Earlier reports claimed that Amazon.com will be releasing a new tablet, which is expected to compete against Apple’s current-gen iPad. Now, the launching was made official, as the company recently announced that their device will be available in the market sometime in October. The said tablet will also help the digital store to sell most of its content, such as music and movies.
Apple is renowned for topping the tablet market to date. Since their iPad debut last year, they’ve already sold over 19.5 million worth of devices — forcing Amazon to face a really hard competition.Read the rest of the article »
Samsung's YouTube video shows off Galaxy Tab 10.1's TouchWiz interface.
Samsung recently uploaded a video that showcases new and known features of the Galaxy Tab 10.1. The video also shows the upcoming TouchWiz interface’s details.
The TouchWiz interface had six Mini Apps that are already uploaded to the tab which include a calendar, task manager, clock, notepad, calculator, and music player. However, even with those details, the release of the Galaxy Tab hasn’t been announced. But the existence of the said video might indicate that it may be launched very soon.
Check out the 12-minute long video on Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 after the jump.Read the rest of the article »
Pew Internet Project's survey reveals that users of e-readers in America doubled to 12% starting November 2010 to May 2011.
Number of E-reader users are increasing in last six months, surpassing the tablet growth that has enjoyed a ramp-up after iPad was launched last year.
Based on a study conducted by the Pew Internet Project: The number of people in the U.S. who uses Kindle, Nook or other e-reader devices were doubled to 12% between the month of November last year to May this year. Meanwhile, tablet users increased to three percent in the same period of time from 5 percent to 8 percent.Read the rest of the article »
Thrive, Toshiba’s tablet is now out and available for pre-order from Toshiba directly or from Amazon and Office Depot.
The gadget has a 10.1-inch, 1280-by-800 pixel screen, a 1 GHz dual-core Tegra 2 CPU, dual cameras: a 5-megapixel one on the back and a 2-megapixel one on the front for video calls, as well as the latest version of Android, Honeycomb 3.1.
Thrive seems to be the same as with all the other tablets in the market but this Toshiba tablet differentiates itself as it has a swappable easy grip surface on the back and a slightly lower price than most competitors. The 8 GB Thrive costs $429.99, the 16 GB version costs $479.99, and the 32 GB version costs $579.99. When you pre-order one now, you can expect it at your doorstep in mid-July.View Article Source »
Dell is coming up with a design that’s unlike any other tablet found in the market. Their "soon-to-come" 7-inch tablet will be packed with a keyboard.
Instead of imitating the look and feel of the iPad as with the other tablet manufacturers, Dell has apparently improved on the Apple tablet’s weakest characteristic, the keyboard. The split keyboard is part of a slide-out keypad that gives each of its users’ thumbs an easy shot at quick typing.
Dell presented the prototype in both black and white finishes. Each had a rear camera which hopefully will have better quality than the iPad. This tablet gives tech geeks a feeling of déjà vu, as it looks close to the failed tablets of five years ago that Microsoft and Intel codenamed “Project Origami.”Read the rest of the article »
ASUS will break rules with the coming of their new gizmo.
ASUS gave its followers some sort of guessing game when the company released the photos of their new tablet, which is set to debut at Computex 2011. The three images above show a bump on the top of the device and a clip on the side. The teaser image was posted on ASUS’ Facebook page with the slogan “break the rules: pad or phone?” Oh well, one more week before Computex 2011 event. Just be little more patient.View Article Source »
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