Category Archives: Tablets
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.
A tablet with some octa-core power was due since long, and Cube seem to have just delivered in the form of the Cube Talk U69GT.
iFive is making another 7.9 inch tablet, this time cutting back on the screen resolution and replacing the quad-core CPU with an octa-core one.
The 4g variations of the iPad Air and iPad Mini have finally been released in China.
4 new ‘A Series’ Android tablets were launched by Lenovo today covering all levels of hardware and suiting all levels of budget.
Is this finally it? Or is this just another April Fools trick? The above image is reportedly the Xiaomi MiPad tablet, what do you think?
Pipo has been among the fastest rising Chinese tablet manufacturers, ever since the company hit it off with dual-core RK3066 tablets in 2012.
We brake away from our norm of Chinese Android smartphones to bring you a hands on with the popular iFive Mini3 Android tablet.
Video unboxing and first hands on with the Chuwi V99X 3G Android tablet with 9.7-inch Retina display.
Releaseing MIUI on the Nexus 7 is on the first step for Xiaomi in to the tablet market. Tomorrow the Beijing based phone maker could launch their very own Xiaomi tablet.
Xiaomi’s super-popular MIUI (pronounced ‘me-you-eye’) is all set to start a new journey altogether thanks to it now having support for tablets.
Octacore tablets are few and far between, leading us to believe that the new Pipo T9 is the world’s first octacore MT6592 tablet.
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.