Review: The Sony Android Tablet S

Sony Tablet S

Consumers have a lot of choices when it comes to tablets these days. There’s the iPad 2, of course, but you’ve also got an assortment of Android tablets, in addition to cheaper alternatives like the Kindle Fire. In the world of Honeycomb tablets, though, it can sometimes be difficult to really differentiate between the different offerings. Sony is certainly giving it a try.

more →
Posted in: Uncategorized

4G-equipped Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 ships Thursday

galaxy-tab-4g

Are you digging the 10-inch variation on Samsung’s Android tablet, but you wish it had some faster wireless connection options? Wish no more, because the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 with 4G is going to start arriving in stores on July 28. That’s tomorrow, in case you didn’t want to check your calendar.

more →
Posted in: Uncategorized

Toshiba Thrive Android 3.1 tablet cheaper than expected

thrive tablet

Powered by Android 3.1 Honeycomb, the Toshiba Thrive is currently being offered for pre-order through Future Shop. If you go all the way down to the 8GB model, this Android tablet can be yours for $429. The 16GB and 32GB variants are being pegged at $479 and $579, respectively.

more →
Posted in: Uncategorized

World version of T-Mobile G-Slate revealed as LG Optimus Pad

optimuspad

Just as Samsung is throwing the “Galaxy” moniker on anything to do with Android, LG has adopted the “Optimus” name for its line of Android-ness. The latest in the crowd is the LG Optimus Pad, the Honeycomb flavored tablet for the rest of the world.

more →
Posted in: Uncategorized

Toshiba Tablet sticks sweet Honeycomb tongue out at Apple

toshiba-tablet-1

The tablet market is really starting to heat up and the competitors are beginning to fling mud at one another. Toshiba, for example, is prepping an Android 3.0 device for this spring and it’s taking a direct shot at the iOwners in the audience.

more →
Posted in: Uncategorized

Comparing the LG Optimus 2X to the LG Optimus Black with Nova Display

lg-optimus-2x-black-brightness

Aside from smart vacuums and glasses-free 3D HDTV sets, the two media darlings at LG’s CES booth last week had to be its pair of brand spanking new smartphones. The kicker is that the two phones have two very different things going for them.

more →
Posted in: Uncategorized

Asus CES 2011 keynote transforms and slides with Eee tablets

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Going into this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, we were absolutely certain that there would be more than a few tablets on display. During the Asus press conference a couple days before CES officially opened its doors, the Taiwanese juggernaut unleashed several such devices. Want a beefier processor? Slide-out keyboard? The best of both worlds? Asus might have you covered.

more →
Posted in: Uncategorized

MSI planning Windows tablets with Intel Oak Trail platform in Q1

msi-dual-screentablet

MSI doesn’t want to put all its tablet eggs in the same touchscreen basket. We already know that some ARM-based models with NVIDIA Tegra 2 (and Android 3.0 Honeycomb) are being planned, but it seems that MSI has some “Wintel” plans up its sleeve too.

more →
Posted in: Uncategorized
1 2