Category Archives: Tablets
Rocking an octacore MT8392 Mediatek processor means the Cube Talk 9X is just at home connected via 3G on the go as it is at home over WIFI.
64Bit fever has spread like wildfire and now we have news of the first Android tablet to get a boost in architecture, the Cube T7.
This time we really don’t know what to call the Chuwi DX1. The design and size say it’s a large phablet, while the processor and brand suggest it is a tablet. Take a look and tell us what you think.
Chuwi are taking advantage of the new relaxed Windows licensing rules to launch the Chuwi V10HD dual boot tablet.
Within our review of the Cube Talk 9X we mentioned that the tablet still has a few software bugs which prevents Google Chrome or the Opera browser from running on this tablet PC. It also is a matter of fact that the app memory is a little small with only 2GB. Luckily there is a […]
Rockchip has taken over the Chinese tablet market back last year from Allwinner who happened to be the tablet SoC leader one year earlier. When Rockchip came up with their RK3288 chipset this year and Allwinner with their A80T chipset only a few weeks later, it looked like Allwinner would take the leader position for […]
While phone makers are doing well, the tablets are just being left behind, but is the Cube Talk 9X finally something we can look to? Find out in the full Cube Talk 9X review!
Pipo’s Work W4 comes with only a $81 price tag, but runs Windows.
Another Windows powered iPad mini alternative just hit the shelves in the form of the Intel powered Lenovo Miix 3 8!
The Cube T7 could become the worlds first phablet combining a 64-bit SoC with 4G LTE support.
KingSing have taken advantage of the new Windows licensing rules and have launched the KingSing W8, an 8 inch Windows tablet for less than $100.
Dell’s all-new Venue 8 7840 looks so good, that you’ll want to start saving up for it right now!
Lenovo showcased the Tab S8 at the IFA today. This new 8-inch slate comes with a 64-bit CPU from Intel and is set to retail at just $199!
The iFive Mini 4 is a 7.9-inch Retina tablet at a price lower than the amazing Xiaomi Mi Pad!
Xiaomi Mi Pad Review by GizChina.com. Find out if this Nvidia Tegra K1 tablet is worth buying!
A few weeks ago we posted that the Onda V989 octacore tablet could achieve benchmarks of 48,000, well this has been proven untrue with an amazing new score of 55,527 points!
China’s Hisense have been focusing on the American market for a while now, and it seems like the company might just launch another tablet for the US in the coming weeks.
2 months after the release of the Xiaomi Mi Pad, Xiaomi have released the 64GB version of the world’s first Nvidia Tegra K1 tablet.
Now if you thought that the Mediatek MT6589 series (including the MT6589T) was dead, then you are wrong. PiPo is actually taking out the MT6589T of its dusty grave again for their newest addition to the T-series of tablets / phablets. The new PiPo T6 comes the SoC running at 1.5Ghz and a 7-inch 1280 […]
An odd title indeed, but an accurate one! What follows is not one, but two unboxing and hands on videos with Xiaomi’s very first Android tablet. Xiaomi Mi Pad unboxing and hands on follows!