Category Archives: Tablets
Xiaomi just made official the Redmi 2 along with a surprising launch in the Mi Pad for the Indian market today.
Android tablets have one serious flaw: They are great entertainment devices, but going productive on them can be a pain in the ass. The obvious alternative is a tablet PC running the x86 version of Windows 8.1. Still many would like to enjoy the benefits of both worlds on one device and exactly this is […]
Chinese chip maker Allwinner have unveiled the Allwinner A64 SoC for tablets which could bring 4K video support to devices in lower price brackets.
Popular tablet maker Cube have released yet another Windows tablet. The new Cube iWork 11 boasts all the usual Windows tablet details with the inclusion of call features.
The Colorfly G708 appears to be quite an unbelievable package at $80 bucks boasting an octa-core SoC and 3G support. We’ve put this slate to the test.
Tudou, another online video streaming provide, have released their very own large screen tablet at a bargain price in China.
Christopher from GizChina.de reviews the Teclast P98 Air tablet, and even shares his custom ROM so you can make your P98 run and perform like a dream!
Chinese tablets still might not be as popular as Android phones, but at least we are seeing companies move with the times and bring more functionality to the table, such as dual-boot on the Onda V919.
The Pipo W3 is a powerful Windows 8.1 tablet from China, promising to be a real workhorse with its type cover. Hot or not? We’ve got our hands on it to figure out!
After months of being showcased, the Nokia N1 is finally official in China with a lucrative price tag.
The Nokia N1 is on the brink of its release. Do you think the tablet has enough to challenge the mighty Xiaomi Mi Pad?
Although the Mi Pad is still a formidable device, Xiaomi seem to be working on its successor already. Read on for details!
64-bit has become one of the most important selling points these days, especially now as Mediatek has thrown the first chipsets into the arena, capable of the new technology. The most interesting one for sure is the MT6752, featuring 8 Cortex A53 cores clocked at 1.7GHz and a Mali T760 dual-core GPU, thus promising well […]
If you are looking to get in to the Windows tablet market, but don’t want to shell our for a big name brand, the Pipo W2 is a good stepping stone at only $130.
We would hardly say that the current Xiaomi Mi Pad was an expensive device, yet an even cheaper tablet is being rumoured and could arrive in early 2015.
The Archos 80 Cesium is going to be a budget friendly Windows tablet, but Archos will have to keep the price at bay.
Having previously been spotted on GFXBench, a mystery Xiaomi tablet has now appeared for network approval featuring LTE support.
Hot on the heels of the Nvidia Shield gaming tablet is the Ramos i9 Gaming Edition with choice of either Windows or Android OS running on its Intel chipset.
Ehear get in to the tablet market with a compact device packing a quad-core chip and built-in 3G.
Hisense, better know for their entry-level phones, and Android smart TVs are about to make a splash in the tablet market with the all new Hisense VIDAA Pad F5281.