Category Archives: Tablets
Xiaomi is known for affordable high quality phones with a great operating system and good performance. Xiaomi started as a custom ROM developer (MIUI), and within only four years they managed to become China’s most successful phone maker. Nowadays they are even managing to beat Apple in China in terms of sales helped by the Redmi, Mi3, […]
Xiaomi’s first tablet, and the worlds first Nvidia Tegra K1 tablet, has already sold out in China and benchmarks from the device are being published.
OnePlus can’t stay out of the news. Either they have a new promotion, suffering from delays, or in this instance are rumoured to be launching a OnePlus Tab Android tablet.
Xiaomi’s Nvidia Tegra K1 clad Mipad went on sale yesterday and sold out in only a matter of minutes.
China’s Lenovo has launched yet another budget device for the Indian market, the Lenovo A7-30 Android tablet, with a specs set that is reminiscent of the Flipkart tab.
Indian e-commerce giant Flipkart today announced the launch of its first ever tablet, the Flipkart Digiflip Pro XT712.
Hisense today announced the launch of an affordable smart device meant for the US market, the Hisense Sero 8 tablet, a device that was showcased a while back sans release.
Following in the footsteps of Apple, Amazon and now Xiaomi, India’s Flipkart has started to tease at their own upcoming Android tablet.
China based Allwinner today announced the Allwinner A33, a quad-core chipset that will be available for as little as $5.
There have been rumours about Google wanting to discontinue the super popular Nexus line, but a new report suggests otherwise, with a little extra.
Two new Android 4.4 KitKat powered devices are heading towards the Indian market, from popular HK based manufacturer iberry.
The Chuwi VX8 is a quad-core tablet with an 8-inch screen, just enough power and a very low price tag.
The Cube TALK8 tablet combines decent specs and price with call calling capabilities.
Ramos’ 8-inch i8 Pro is due to launch tomorrow with some decent specs. Can it give other similarly priced devices a run for their money?
Vido has announced three new Windows 8.1 tablets, including one that goes for the relatively cheap price of $320
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.