Category Archives: Tablets
A purported render of the next 3G enabled Cube Talk tablet leaks with a rough specification list.
Although a Xiaomi tablet that’s allegedly in the works has shown up multiple times in the past, rumours around the same have died down in the recent times.
The latest Rockships R3288 processor with integrated 4G LTE network support is rumoured to make it’s first appearance in tablets from April this year.
Chinese tablet maker Ramos will unveil a new device named the Ramos i8 which will not run Android but rater Windows 8.
More video updates from Mobile World Congress this morning. We kick off the hands on videos with a look at the all new Huawei Meidapad X1.
One of Huawei’s new models is the 8-inch Huawei Mediapad M1 and GizChina.es Editor-in-Chief, Eduardo, managed to get some hands on time with the device.
It’s only been hours since China’s Huawei showcased the not-so-secret Huawei MediaPad X1 to the world, at the MWC in Barcelona. Folks at AndroidCentral had some hands-on time with the Huawei MediaPad X1, and here’s what they think.
Finally after all the leaks, and after an early launch here in China, the Huawei Mediapad X1 finally get’s it’s international debut at Mobile World Congress.
It has been long rumoured (and leaked) that Huawei would launch the Mediapad X1 tablet at MWC, well Chinese E-commerce site seems to have ignored the memos and launced the tablet ahead of schedule.
Cube have been doing quite well over the past 12 months with their range of “Talk” tablets, low-cost 3G enabled tablets which allow for voice calls. The next in the range will be an octacore model using the latest Mediatek octacore SoC.
Another device containing Nvidia’s next generation Tegra K1 chipset has appeared online, and the scores still look impressive.
ViewSonic, best known for their wide range of desktop monitors, just announced the ViewSonic ViewPad 10i tablet that runs both Windows and Android.
Asus launched the VivoTab Note 8 in the US and Europe earlier today, after initially showcasing the device at the CES a few weeks back.
Under a fortnight since its release, first images of the hybrid Cube iWork 10 have surfaced online promising a solid build and sleek looks!
Colorfly, best known for its ‘audiophile’ music players like the C3 and CK4, is all set to give a green signal to its latest tablet, the Colorfly U975 Q1.
San Diego based Infosonics is a known name in the budget smartphone segment, and the verycool KolorPad T742 marks the company’s entry into the budget tablet market.
iFive launched their latest Android tablet just before the Chinese New Year Holidays, and at a cost of just $50 the iFive 100 is quite a steal.
Huawei announced the MediaPad X1 7.0, which in a way attempts to cover up the shortcomings seen in previous tablets from the Chinese manufacturer.
51Cube has announced its new two in one PC/Tablet combo featuring Intel’s Bay Trail CPU and Windows 8. While the release date and price are still unknown, most of the device’s specs have been revealed.
Spredtrum, known for their phone chipsets, is set to enter the tablet market with an all new chipet which can offer up to 3 sim card support!