No price or availability just yet, but it’s only a matter of time at this point
Evidence is mounting that Verizon customers will have a chance to pick up an LTE-enabled LG G Pad 8.3 in the near future. Following up on the device making its way through the FCCwith Verizon-compatible LTE support, we now have renders of the tablet looking spiffy with a big Verizon logo on the front, another on the back and 4G LTE logos on the back and in the status bar. Continue reading LG G Pad 8.3 spotted with ample Verizon branding
Asus has begun to sell the Vivo Tab Note 8 tablet announcedat CES 2014 in January, now available on the Microsoft Store for $329 in the US.
The 8-inch tablet boosts the smaller tablet line for Windows 8.1, where a smaller Surface tablet straight from Microsoft is missing.
Continue reading Asus VivoTab Note 8 now available at Microsoft Store for $329
Tab Pro 12.2 available worldwide in March 2014, LTE versions coming to Verizon this quarter
These big tablets with a big price tag from Samsung look like they pack quite the punch. Unparalleled screens, 3GB of RAM, Samsung’s new user interface and more grace the 12.2-inch Note Pro as well as it’s Tab pro counterparts. Continue reading Samsung Galaxy Note Pro and Tab Pro tablets up for preorder, ship out Feb 13
Samsung announced on Tuesday its 12.2-inch Galaxy Note Prois now available to pre-order in the UK, before it ships on 4 February.
The oversized tablet is available to customers at £649 for the Wi-Fi model in black and white. Samsungis offering the first 300 people to pre-order a free Samsung Gamepad. Continue reading Samsung’s 12.2-inch Galaxy Note Pro hits the UK
A great tablet struggling to find a value proposition
It’s hard to say we weren’t surprised when Google seemingly randomly put two new Google Play edition devices up for sale on December 10th. The LG G Pad 8.3 (along with the Sony Z Ultra) is a new device in Google’s quasi-Nexus line that takes proven hardware from major manufacturers and loads it up with new software the way Google intends it. Continue reading LG G Pad 8.3 Google Play edition review
Like the black Nexus 7, only white
The white Nexus 7 is upon us, having been announced just yesterday alongside the two new Google Play edition devices. Today we’ve got our hands on the freshened-up version of Google and ASUS’ 7-inch slate, which on the inside is the same tablet we’ve been using since the summer — a 1920×1200 display, 1.5GHz quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage on this particular model. And yes, it’s still running pure, unadulterated Android 4.4 KitKat. Continue reading In Pictures: the white Nexus 7
7-inch HD model just $119, 7-inch HDX version only $179
Amazonhas announced a sale on their two most popular tablets, the 7-inch Kindle Fire HDand the 7-inch Kindle Fire HDX. The 16GB Kindle Fire HD, introduced in 2012, normally sells for $169 (that’s about 30-percent off) and 2013’s Kindle Fire HDX 7-inchhas a list price of $229, making this sale about 20-percent off.
While Amazon’s Kindles aren’t a standard Android tablet, and have no access to Google Playor any of Google’s play services, they are very well built and fine pieces of equipment for those who want to use Amazon’s services.
This sale likely won’t last long, so if you’ve been considering either now might be the time to act.