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Featuring a 9-inch full-color LCD touch screen display, this Android tablet and eReader comes in a sleek black housing and has a matte touch screen display in 480 x 800 resolution. It also features a 2GB of on-board memory and has SD/SDHC and MMC card reader as well as a mini-USB port.
The Android phone to be called Via Phone and the Android tablet to be called Via Tablet will both be displayed during the CES 2011, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
Yes our dear readers. Because we care so much about your health that’s why we are covering the ProForm Trailrunner threadmill machine with a non-removable Android tablet.
If you are looking for a quality Android tablet and the Samsung Gal…
Archos 43 Android internet tablet is a feature-rich portable internet devices boasting of a small 4.3-inch display. It’s just like having a mini PC which allows you to stay in contact with your friends and family through its integrated email and contacts app.
ViewSonic’s two Android tablets have been pretty much talked about for quite some time now, but it is only now that ViewSonic is officially announcing their the two tablets availability. ViewSonic is releasing two ViewPad Android Tablets – the ViewPad 7 and ViewPad 10.
Walgreens is offering an alternative Android tablet and it goes by the name – Maylong M-150 WiFi Middie Universe Tablet. Believe it or not, this baby will only cost you $99.
The ZTE Light is capable of doing voice calls on dual band UMTS 2100 MHZ/900 MHZ. In addition, the ZTE Light also supports internet access on HSUPA network, boasting of up to 7.2Mbps download speed and 5.76Mbps upload speed.
Samsung today has officially announced the availability of the Android-powered Galaxy Tab to the U.S. market in the coming months. Although, no definite release date was announced, what was more suprising about the announcement is the fact that the Samsung Galaxy Tab will be released not with just one U.S. carrier but four major carriers – AT&T, Sprint, Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile.
The official introduction of the Samsung Galaxy Tab is only days away as Samsung is set to unveil its highly anticipated Android tablet at IFA 2010. As you can imagine, the buzz surrounding the tablet has increased with rumors and leaks surfacing every day it seems. Today, a Korean blog details the Samsung Galaxy Tab in a neat video review, which showcases how the device works as well as its native UI.