Category Archives: Tablets
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Chinese manufacturers like Cube and Aoson, once very popular among international customers, have had to brave the onslaught from newer manufacturers who have risen to fame in no time. However, Cube, for one, seem to be in no mood to give in just yet!
One of the most practical and usable screen sizes for a tablet is 7.85 inches, introduced by Apple with the original iPad mini back in 2012. Chinese manufacturers have wasted no time in adopting the form for their own devices out of which the GooPad Mini 2 is one!
It has now come to fore that the company has managed to procure appropriate licenses to be able to use the current most advanced ARM instruction sets and architectures. Rockchip are now eligible to use the ARM Cortex-A57, Cortex-A53, Cortex-A12 architectures on their upcoming series of chipsets, the RK32xx.
To compete with Apple’s recently launched iPad Air, Archos have launched the 10.1-inch Archos 101 XS 2 Android tablet.
Just days after a leaked render of the device showed up online, US carrier Verizon has made the Ellipses 7 official!
Cube’s new range of 3G enabled ‘talk’ tablets has spawned grown by one today with the announcement of a Gold Edition Cube Talk 79.
HP has made available 3 Allwinner A31S powered tablets in China, namely the HP Compaq 7, Compaq 7+ and Compaq 8. The the devices form a trio of low-cost Android powered tablets, with screen sizes ranging from 7 to 8 inches.
Popular manufacturer SmartQ have unveiled their latest offering in the SmartQ Ten5, a tablet with a 9.7 inch screen and a dual core Exynos processor!
Notorious leakster evleaks today posted an image of what appears to be an official render of the Verizon Ellipsis 7, a self-branded Verizon tablet which seemingly is in the works!
Where as the Chinese phone market has taken off, the tablet market has struggled due to low-cost contenders from Google, Samsung and others, but could the Ceros Motion turn this around? Let’s take a look.
Lenovo have launched 2 new Yoga Android tablets, both featuring an innovative new design, long battery life and at affordable prices.
Cube’s TALK9, a 9 inch tablet powered by a quad core Mediatek processor with 3G and voice calling is now on sale in China, priced just $181 (1099 Yuan)!
Rather than launching yet another iPad mini clone with 7.9-inch display, the latest Newman F9 tablet is a 9.7-inch (1024 x 768) device with built-in 3G.
Onda arrives on the Android mini tablet scene with the low-cost Onda V819 3G device priced at just $150.
While many notorious manufacturers from China are known for their cloned iPad Mini devices, some manufacturers like Teclast go about it in a more subtle fashion.
While most manufacturers seem to be focusing on smartphones and phablets (Apple being the exception) of late, Chinese biggie Lenovo put their latest offering — the 7″ tablet, IdeaTab S5000 — on sale yesterday.
Asus has officially listed the Asus Memo Pad 8 in China at 1699 Yuan ($278).
The new range of Ramos Android tablets has been launched and are now officially available online.
Hot on the heels of the Tesco Hudi tablet British retail Argos has launched a £99 rival, the Argos MyTablet.