A video has just been released this week by ASUS for the Mobile World Congress 2012 release of a brand new tablet with “twice the detail, twice the fun.” We must assume, of course, that this is not the same tablet we saw at CES 2012 in the Transformer Prime 700 series, instead we’re banking [...]
Asus has unveiled a new series of thin and portable transforming tablets for its Transformer Book series. The new family of Transformer Book devices is called the Chi series and there are three units in the series to start. All three of the tablets are 2-in-1 devices that run the Windows operating system and use up to Intel Core M processors.
Sony just teased their Xperia Z4 tablet ahead of the Mobile World Conference 2015 on March 2nd. Sony posted this new photo of the ultra slim device to their Google+ account . The other day we clued you in on Sony's accidental leak of the new Xperia Z4 on their Xperia Lounge app. We surmised that this was ahead of a big announcement at the Mobile World Conference 2015.
Two more days and the gates of Mobile World Congress will open in Barcelona. After the CES, this is perhaps the next highly anticipated tech event for the 1st quarter of each year. MWC 2015 officially starts on the 2nd of March but we all know a lot of companies will make announcements the day before. For one, there's Samsung finally unveiling the Galaxy S6 .
This week we're having a look at a whole bunch of Lenovo devices at CES 2015, one of the strangest being this Yoga Tablet 2. This device has an 8-inch display, Windows 8.1, and the ability to work with any metal object as a stylus pen.
LG is making a big fuss over MWC 2015 but that doesn't mean it's taking things sitting down. Instead of trying to play tug of war over the spotlight, the Korean manufacturer is doing all its announcements before the event.
The HTC Hima's details have been leaked this morning by a notoriously accurate leakster by the name of "Upleaks", and the device is said to be coming by March of 2015 - and likely introduced either immediately before or during Mobile World Congress 2015.
The arrival of Intel 's latest generation of Core processors have unsurprisingly ushered in new notebook and PC models bearing them. Getting a head start for MWC 2015 in March, Fujitsu is announcing the arrival of a new breed of LIFEBOOK and STYLISTIC computers.
Samsung releases a lot of devices — that much is certain. Each year, it seems they push out dozens of smartphones, and we’re not even going to try and discern how many tablets there are from Samsung right now. Even with so many (often decent if not really good) devices from Samsung, their flagships still loom large.
Finally, we get to see the much hyped new flagship phone from ASUS – and no, it doesn’t have dual rear cameras, if that’s what you immediately wanted to know. But the rest of what was unveiled at CES 2015 in Las Vegas as the ASUS ZenFone 2 makes for a pretty strong argument at the mid-range price point. First up, the ZenFone 2 carries an Intel Atom Z3580 2.
Sony leaked its own product information about the new Xperia Z4 Tablet ahead of its official release. Sony's Xperia Lounge app showed the new Xperia Z4 Tablet before it was taken down. At least the source should be reliable because it's coming directly from Sony. The news just came a little sooner than Sony would have liked.
A number of new ARCHOS smartphones are headed to Mobile World Congress 2015, each of them with MediaTek quad-core processors and relatively low price points. This is not the first time ARCHOS has released smartphones at this time of year - they have the last several years running, in fact. It is the first time they're bringing three phones with Android 4.4 KitKat.
iPad and iPhone clones aren't news, but once in a while you do come face to face with one that looks like a cheap knockoff on the outside but actually offers something unique and almost tempting when you take a closer look. Take for example this Chinese-made Onda V919 3G Air which is, without a sliver of doubt, meant to copy the design of the iPad Air 2.
I am the proud father of three, 3, 9, and 12. I recently upgraded from the Samsung Galaxy S3 to the Sony Xperia Z. Having so many kids warranted a change of pace. Let me tell you, it is mind blowing. I love Android, I love tech and I love my family. Not in that order though. I work hard, play even harder and take care of all that are around me when I can.Amazon PR went nuts this evening with a slew of new goodies to share. One such announcement is the release of a new kid friend and kid orientated Fire HD Kids Edition tablet. This isn’t a toy tablet, this is a full-blown Android tablet. As you can see in the render, the Fire HD Kids Edition is very kid orientated in the look and design. Yes, that is just a case that surrounds it and it comes in blue, green or pink. Amazon doesn’t detail the internal specs, or even the screen resolution.
Last year’s HTC One M8 was one of the hottest Android devices to be released, mainly because it featured a premium aluminum unibody in a slim package. With expectations among consumers rising, HTC has their work cut out for them to top an already good design with their upcoming One M9.
Back a few weeks ago, HTC launched (publicly) their HTC Esports initiative. They're sponsoring Esports teams now, and they're being fairly open about it. Not that it was a secret, but given their relative lack of hard-and-fast connections (hardware) to the gaming universe, it's not immediately apparent why HTC would be doing such a thing.
ASUS recently introduced a new Fonepad 7. The phablet with model number FE375CL runs Android 5.0 Lollipop out of the box so this means no need to upgrade from KitKat. This year's FonePad 7 is the first Lollipop-powered device from the Taiwanese manufacturer. This version looks very similar to the previous modelbut of course, specs have been improved.
The iPad finally has some really tough competition. Google hasn’t released a new tablet since its Nexus 7 launched over one year ago. Now, it’s back with the Nexus 9 — its most refined and premium tablet yet. In years, past Google’s Nexus devices seemed to target those shopping on a budget. The first Nexus 7, for example, sold for $200 when it launched in 2012.