October 5, 2011

PlayBook Price Reduction


RIM has lowered the price of its PlayBook, undoubtedly to compete against some of the recent overload of tablets. With a 7" diagonal touchscreen, what was $499 for 1GB RAM, BlackBerry Tablet Os, 1 GHz dual-core processor and two cameras has had about 30% chopped off its price tag for the 16GB model. The Playbook is also available in 32 and 64 GB models and all have wireless Internet access.


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October 4, 2011

Samsung Galaxy Media Players


In addition to its new Tab 8.9 release, Samsung also has a couple of new media players coming out this month. The Galaxy 4.0 and 5.0 are both handhelds. This is the company's version of the iPod touch and can be used to watch videos, play games and hit the internet via WiFi. At 4 and 5", they are due out next month, both have a 1 GHz processor, 800x480 resolution screens, GPS, and can expand up to 8GB with microSD slot. Look for respective prices of $229 and $269.

Via Samsung

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September 30, 2011

Freakin' Friday! PanImage Tablet


Want a tablet now without the expensive price tag? Pandigital is offering a refurbished Multimedia Tablet with a 7" TFT LCD and a resolution of 600 x 800 pixels. It holds 1 GB memory that can be expanded to 32 GB, runs Android and WiFi and has a built-in rechargeable battery. Connectors include a regular and mini-USB port, headphone jack and mini-headphone jack. An AC adapter and access to Barnes & Noble comes with the package.

Via PanImage Multimedia Tablet

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September 29, 2011

Slingbox App to Come to Honeycomb


Sling's Mobile app is already available for Android and now those who have Honeycomb will soon be able to take advantage as well. At a price of $29.99, the app is compatible with the Slingbox PRO-HD and SOLO. The application will work with those who have already gotten it for their Android smartphones and tablet owners should see some excellent video quality. Click the link to sign up to be notified when it becomes available.

Via SlingPlayer Mobile

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September 28, 2011

Style-iT Generic Stylus


Style-iT is an electronic stylus that can be used on a touchscreen and clipped to your pocket protector when not in use. A built-in ballpoint pen is included to make it handier and the omni-directional soft tips makes it good for both right and left handed users. Brackerton is offering the device in black, white, blue, green, orange or pink.

Via Brackerton

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July 13, 2011

LeapPad Explorer Tablet for Kids


Leapfrog has always had cutting edge/informative products for budding minds, so it wasn't much of a stretch to come up with a tablet for youngsters. The LeapPad Explorer has over 100 games and activities for them as well as a built-in camera to keep them away from your iPad. Pre-order now and you get free shipping.

Via LeapFrog LeapPad

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March 28, 2011

HTC Evo View Tablet Joins the Group


HTC announced the coming out of the Evo View 4G tablet with WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity, a 7" display, two microphones, Adobe Flash, a CMOS camera and microSD memory card. HTC Watch is packed in the tablet for streaming video and cloud gaming via OnLive. Another nifty feature is Timemark, a way of tapping on a word in your audio notes that will take you to that exact location. No word on price or exact date of release.


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March 7, 2011

Coco Pans iPad 2

The iPad 2, unveiled last week by Steve Jobs, seems to have inspired a horde of criticism. Available for pre-order this Friday, it is slightly thinner, a bit faster, has two cameras and comes in both black and white. Priced at $499.00, Apple has already lowered the price of the first gen iPad $100 and offered to give recent customers a refund so they can buy the new one. It remains to be seen if the temptation works, but until then we give props to Conan for his take on the device.

Via Apple

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January 18, 2011

Motorola Xoom for Gamers


Watch out, iPad. Motorola recently released its own ilk of tablet in the form of the Xoom. Running Android 3.0 (Honeycomb,) it features a 10.1" screen in 16:9 widescreen, is 4G compatible, has a NVIDIA Tegra dual core, front and back cams and an HDMI out. With an included gyroscope, strong graphics engine and hardware accelerations, the company is surely planning to push its gaming capability.

Via Motorola

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November 5, 2010

ViewSonic Releases Two ViewPads


ViewSonic has launched a pair of tablets in the US. The ViewPad 7, with its 7" screen, features Android 2.2, back and front cams, 512MB storage and microSDHC at a cost of $540. The ViewPad 10 runs both Android 1.6 and Windows 7, has a 10" screen, a 1.3-megapixel webcam, a 1.66GHz Atom, 1GB of RAM,16GB of flash storage and a price of $629.

Via Pocket-lint

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