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Making a Great Cheap Android tablet

Can Ematic, a virtually unknown tablet manufacturer, make a dent in the Android tablet space? Will average consumers even know about the 7-inch tablet? Ematic entered the Android tablet fray yesterday when it announced the inexpensive eGlide Prism. Priced as low as $157, the device runs Android 4.0 and features a 7-inch 800x480-pixel resolution display. Powered by a 1GHz processor, it also brings 8GB flash memory, 512MB RAM, and a front-facing Webcam. While it's certainly not the type of hardware to contend with a Galaxy Tab 2, it's in that interesting space between a Kindle Fire and a "real" tablet. Read More »

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1

Samsung's followup to the Galaxy Tab 10.1, the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1. Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 gets a slight performance downgrade and a decent price. The announcement that Samsung's follow-up to its Galaxy Tab 10.1 would be receiving some downgrades from the previous entry, filled with a mixture confusion and disappointment. I just couldn't wrap my head around why the sequel to one of the premiere Android tablets would launch with a less impressive spec list than its predecessor. Read More »

Pandigital 72-70FW 7-inch Tablet Computer

The PanImage Multimedia tablet changes the way you access the web, access email, check social networks and curl up with a good book. With instant access to the Barnes and Noble PanImage Color Multimedia Tablet lets you read and carry hundreds of books, magazines, and newspapers with you wherever you go. Read More »

New iPad 4G Real-World Speed Test

stacks the Verizon version of the new iPad against the AT&T's counterpart and found that the fast 4G speeds make mobile users the winners. Picking different servers in testing will affect the result a great deal. Nevertheless, for the most part true 4G connections are generally more than fast enough for tablet users Read More »

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 unveiling imminent in Barcelona

Over the past month, we've been spotting clues pointing to an upcoming 10.1-inch version of the Samsung Galaxy Note smartphone-tablet hybrid. The speculation is that such a device could be unveiled at this week's Mobile World Congress--now one of our readers on the scene in Barcelona has evidence the announcement could be coming within 24 hours of now. Freelance journalist Anders Frick went poking around the hotel where all the Samsung folks are staying and where it's clear something big is planned. He pulled back the cloth covering on some rather large and important looking signs to find the phrase, "It's 10.1... It's Galaxy Note..." and some images of an apparently new Samsung tablet. Read More »

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