More talk of new tablets from Hewlett-Packard

The tablet market hasn’t been very good to Hewlett-Packard (HP), the only time a tablet of theirs has flown off the shelves it came with a net loss of hundreds of dollars on each unit sold. No matter how slow they’ve been to get things going in the tablet space HP is still looking forward … Read more

HP unveils a new Windows 7 tablet PC, HP Slate 2

The HP Slate 2 can be used with a stylus pen as well as a simple finger. Image: HP Hewlett-Packard (HP) is out of the consumer tablet market for the time being, but the company has unveiled a new business-minded Windows 7 tablet PC that they will launch later this month. The new 8.9-inch HP Slate 2 tablet PC … Read more

GameStop now bundles wireless controllers and games with select Android tablets

GameStop promised earlier this year that they would be getting involved in tablets in some form or fashion, but they will do it with gamers in mind. Some expected GameStop to launch their own Android tablet for gamers, but that’s not what has happened just yet. GameStop has begun selling tablets from a wide-range of … Read more

Velocity Micro Cruz T408: The bargain hunters dream tablet at $199?

The 8-inch Velocity MIcro Cruz T408 tablet runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread and is available for $199 now. Was the best affordable tablet launched already this year by Velocity Micro without you paying attention? Possibly depending on what you value in an Android tablet. The Velocity Micro Cruz T408 tablet has been available through retailers like J&R and … Read more

Motorola XOOM: The prices nobody wanted to pay and the features that came too late

The Motorola XOOM came with a dual-core CPU, dual HD cameras, the promise of 4G LTE and it was the first Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet, but it failed. Image: Motorola In the weeks preceding the big CES 2011 trade show in Las Vegas, Nevada there was a lot of buzz surrounding a new tablet operating … Read more

Android 3.2 Honeycomb update on the way for Dell Streak 7 Tablets

When Google released Android 3.2 Honeycomb in July a new additions was expanded support for tablets with different sized display’s. Google built the first edition of Android Honeycomb, 3.0, around a 10.1-inch tablet named Motorola XOOM. A smaller sized tablet that could use some of the Android 3.2 goodness is Dell’s Streak 7 tablet, the … Read more

Chicago publisher planning a free or subsidized tablet for subscribers, modified Android OS likely

The L.A. Times is available on the Apple iPad tablet. A tablet can make for a good e-reader device for those not partial to devices like the Amazon Kindle. Publishers have realized this and launched digital editions of their content for tablets through services like Zinio or through their own tablet applications. Some publishers feel that … Read more

Acer Iconia Tab A100 launched in Europe, the 7-inch Honeycomb tablet lives

The 7-inch Acer Iconia Tab A100 tablet has been released, finally. After being put off for months the first 7-inch Android Honeycomb tablet has hit the market. The Acer Iconia Tab A100 has joined the 10-inch Iconia Tab A500 and W500 tablets in Europe. Acer Europe has announced the release of the Android 3.2 Honeycomb powered Acer Iconia Tab A100 for Europe. In … Read more

HTC’s Android Honeycomb Skin Leaks, The Puccini Tablet Should Be Alright

HTC has put their custom skins on every Android operating system they’ve gotten their hands on, but they handset maker hasn’t gotten their shot at Android 3.x Honeycomb just yet. However soon the company will launch their first Android 3.x Honeycomb powered tablet with the 10-inch HTC Puccini. Do you want to see some screenshots of … Read more