Category Archives: Tablets
The PiPO T5 hasa 6.95 inch display, can make phone calls and only costs around USD $80.
We all know that benchmarks and real world performance don’t necessarily go hand in hand, but when something manages to raise the bar like the new Rochip RK3288 people tend to take notice.
Seems Xiaomi are going to be making their Android Xiaomi MiPad tablet available at a special beta price of just 1 Yuan in China (that’s about 16 cents!).
Constantly dropping component costs have lead to the release of Android devices such as the Telecast P78HD launching at it incredible prices! Take a look at the specs.
HP just announced the Allwinner A31 powered HP 7 Plus for the US market at an impressive price point of just $100.
The Xiaomi MiPad Android tablet launched last week is a device many of us have been waiting for. After taking a look at these hands on photos with the tablet we ask “Could this be your next Android device?”.
After months of waiting and speculation, Xiaomi today finally announced their long awaited Android tablet, and it is a killer!
Lenovo’s Thinkpad 10 has been revealed after being heavily rumored. The Windows 8.1 powered device has an optional dock that turns it into a workstation
Cube just announced another addition to their tablet family in the form of the MT8127 powered Cube U25GT.
A Reuters report claims that Xiaomi’s 7.9-inch tablet is well on its way, and here’s when we think it’s going to come.
We review the Cube U100GT, one of the first Chinese tablet’s running Window’s 8 and a great Surface alternative at a low price!
The Pipo T9 has launched and it appears to offer decent specs at a competitive price.
According to reports coming in from Taiwan, Xiaomi is preparing for launch of their first tablet, which will have a iPad mini style 7.85 inch display.
Japan Display today unveiled a 10-inch display with a monstrous resolution of 3840 x 2160p. Meant for tablets, the display should be undergoing mass production soon.
As the name would suggest, the iFive Mini 3GS is the 3G equipped version of the popular iPad Mini clone the iFive.
Chinese tablet manufacturer Chuwi recently showcased a tablet, the design of which would ring a bell in minds of those who’ve seen the Lenovo Yoga before.
Again with the Xiaomi tablet leaks, only this one actually looks more like a tablet and less of a Magic Trackpad.
For a company as large and famous as Xiaomi, they have been experts at keeping their new products under wraps! Today a new image appears of a mystery device, one we hope will be a Xiaomi tablet!
Xiaomi recently launched MIUI for tablets, and gave support for the second-generation Nexus 7. Gizchina finds out if it’s worth flashing your Nexus for.
Hisense unveiled the Sero 8, which is an 8 inch Rockchip RK3188T powered tablet aimed at those who’re on a budget.