Apr 01, 2014 - 4:39 PM - by dgstorm
The PC tech titan Lenovo who just worked out a deal to purchase Motorola from Google is already amping up their Android presence. They officially announced four new Android tablets. These are the A7-30, A7-50, A8 and A10 (the first number corresponds to the display size). They will be available in limited international markets later this quarter, and only these prices were revealed: A7-50 = £99.99, A8-50 is £139.99, A10-70 is £169.99
Here's the full presser for more info,
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Lenovo Announces New A-Series Android Tablets Series includes new functionality and various configurations, tailored for distinct customer segments
A7-30 delivers an exceptional audio experience with Dolby®-enhanced dual-front speakers in an ultra-portable form factor
A7-50's 7-inch, wide-view HD display reveals sharper text and web pages for the optimal reading and viewing experience
A8 comes in a range of bold color options to suit different personalities and styles, while providing total entertainment on the go
A10 provides an amazing video watching experience, without staying at home, with a superb 10.1" wide HD display and smooth video playback all day long
PC+ leader Lenovo (HKSE: 992) (ADR: LNVGY) today announces a line-up of new A-series Android tablets, offering configurations and screen sizes to match consumer needs for both ultra-portable tablets and multimedia performers. The portfolio, which also boasts quad-core computing power for a responsive, smooth tablet experience, will be available starting in the second quarter 2014.
The new range starts with the A7-30 seven-inch devices, designed for optimal music or multimedia enjoyment through exceptional Dolby®-enhanced dual-front speakers while still packing a performance punch. The A7-50 is the affordable on-the-go reading companion with a 7-inch, wide-view HD display for sharper text and web pages, while the larger screen A8 is the mobile “home entertainment” center that comes in a variety of bold colors to suit different personalities and lifestyles. Rounding up the new A-series is the A10, which is equipped with a superb 10.1" wide HD display and Dolby® enhanced dual front speakers for an amazing movie watching experience on the move.
A7-30, Pocket Studio with Dolby®: The Lenovo TAB A7-30 delivers an audio experience normally reserved for more expensive tablets in a seven-inch device. Armed with exceptional Dolby®-enhanced dual-front speakers, it is an ultra-portable tablet that music lovers will want to take everywhere. The brilliant 7-inch display and powerful quad-core processor make it a versatile performer for everything you do on the go, while SIM card support means it can be used to stay connected constantly with friends and family.
A7-50, Crystal Clear Multimedia Reader: The Lenovo TAB A7-50 is the ultra-portable on-the-go reading companion for those on a budget. The 7-inch, wide-view HD display reveals sharper text and web pages. Powered by a quad-core processor and equipped with a 2MP
Apr 01, 2014 - 11:30 AM - by dgstorm
Sammy just brought forth their newest line of Galaxy Tab Android tablets. The Galaxy Tab 4 series will come in a 7-inch, 8-inch and 10-inch variety (just as previous models in the series). For most of the devices, their specs are identical except for the display size. There are a few other differences which we noted in our spec breakdown below:
- 1.2GHz quad-core processor
- 1280 x 800 resolution
- 1.5GB of RAM
- 16GB of internal storage
- A microSD of up to 64GB (The 7-inch has an 8GB option, and only includes up to 32GB of microSD storage for the 3G/WiFi versions)
- 1.3MP rear camera, 3MP front camera
- WiFi a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, USB 2.0, GPS w/ GLONASS
- 4G LTE
- Android 4.4 KitKat
- Battery: 7-inch is unreleased, 4,450 mAh for the 8-inch and 6,800mAh for the 10.1-inch.
Although they didn't give specifics, Samsung indicated that the tabs will drop in the second quarter of this year. The 10.1 inch is above, and we've included a few more pics below of the other two tabs.
Please visit the Galaxy Tab 4 Forums!
Mar 28, 2014 - 3:36 PM - by dgstorm
Even though Asus officially announce the new PadFone X in January, they didn't reveal the specs of the device. Asus doesn't have to worry about providing those details anymore. Their "good buddy" AT&T revealed the full specs of the device recently. We still don't know when or at what price the device will arrive, but we at least know it is coming to AT&T.
Here's that spec-breakdown:
The Asus PadFone X phone section -
- 5-inch 1080p Full HD touchscreen
- 13 MP rear camera
- 2 MP front camera
- 2.3 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor
- 2 GB of RAM
- 16 GB of internal storage
- A microSD card slot
- Wi-Fi 802.11 ac, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS
- 2,300 mAh battery
- Android 4.4 KitKat
- Dimensions are 143.93×72.46×9.98 mm, and it weighs 150 grams
The Asus PadFone X Tablet Dock -
- 9-inch 1,920×1,200 touchscreen
- 1 MP front camera
- 4,990 mAh battery
- Dimensions will be 250.4×172.25×11.63 mm, and it will weigh 514 grams
With each successive generation of this innovative device it keeps getting better and better. Asus has done a great job at refining and perfecting their technology. Let us know if you plan on picking up one of these.
Source: UnWiredView via DroidForums.net
Mar 26, 2014 - 11:13 AM - by dgstorm
We have two pics of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 7.0 were leaked by @evleaks. These pics show off the smallest of the The Galaxy Tab 4 series which will eventually arrive in 7-inch, 8-inch, and 10-inch models.
They contain the usual Samsung aesthetics. Additionally, these pics reveal that the Galaxy Tab 4 7.0 will continue Samsung's trend of including the ability to make phone calls on the device.
This is probably not ideal for a regular phone call, but it could be pretty useful for Skype calling.
Mar 21, 2014 - 10:41 AM - by dgstorm
Mar 20, 2014 - 4:25 PM - by dgstorm
The latest rumor regarding the Google Nexus 8.9 tablet suggests that HTC will be the OEM of choice for the tablet, and that it will be a premium product with a premium price tag. According to recent reports, the HTC made Nexus 8.9 device will include a 2K display, but will fetch a price higher than the previously rumored $299. The media is speculating anything from $349 to $399.
On top of this, there is also talk that the device will be announced at Google I/O on June 25th, and will be in mass production for a planned July street launch. We will keep you updated if more details arrive before the conference.
Source: PhoneArena via DroidForums.net
Mar 18, 2014 - 10:43 AM - by dgstorm
Rumors of a Nexus 6 and a Nexus 8 have been floating around the web for months. Today we have inklings of a Nexus 9. Supposedly, Google is developing an 8.9-inch Nexus 9 tablet designed to compete directly with the iPad Air. According to this rumor, it will have a display that is better than 2K. No specifics were given regarding the specs of this display or the device itself.
The only other thing revealed was...
Continue Reading @: [Rumor] 8.9" Nexus 9 with Better Than 2K Display Coming to Compete with iPad Air
Mar 13, 2014 - 10:38 AM - by dgstorm
Not too long ago we posted some rumors suggesting that Amazon would increase its Prime pricing. The speculation at that time was that it might go up to as high as $129.99 per year. The price bump is no longer a rumor and is about to take place next week, but luckily, it won't be quite that high. Amazon Prime's new price will go from $79.99 to $99.99 for the year. Students with an Amazon Prime account will see a smaller increase (although it remains proportional). Their accounts go from $39.99 to $49.99 per year.
The new pricing will go into effect immediately for new customers starting some time next week (actual date is unspecified at the time of this report). For existing customers...
Continue Reading @: Amazon Prime's Price is Getting a Bump to $99 Starting Next Week
Mar 11, 2014 - 10:14 AM - by dgstorm
We have another "pie in the sky" Google Nexus 8 Android tablet rumor to share with you today. This intel closely resembles the previous bit we shared here; however, this new report sheds additional light on some of the hardware details of this potential device. Here's the scoop:
Google Nexus 8 Tablet -
- 8-Inch Display
- Intel Atom "Moorefield" 64-bit 2.3GHz quad-core processor with enhanced performance memory
- PowerVR G6430 GPU
- Android 4.5
Supposedly, Google will announce the tablet later this year and it will be one of the first devices running their next iteration of Android, which will supposedly be 4.5. Using Intel hardware would be a substantial departure from the norm for Google, but we wouldn't put it past them. Despite this possibility, we are skeptical of this news, but thought it worth reporting.
What do you guys think? Would you like to see an Intel powered Nexus 8 device later this year?
Mar 07, 2014 - 11:01 AM - by dgstorm
Here's a welcome surprise from out of left field. HP is back in the Android tablet game with a potentially worthy competitor. They just announced the HP 8, and the name corresponds to the display size of the device. What's really surprising is the affordable price of the HP 8. At only $170, this is easily the least expensive 8-inch tablet on the market. Of course, with that price you don't expect that the specs will be anything spectacular to write home about and you would be right. Here's the scoop...
Continue Reading @: HP Launches New Budget-Friendly 8-Inch Android Tablet
Mar 03, 2014 - 9:13 AM - by dgstorm
Samsung not only gives us some great phones and other electronic devices, they serve in helping in humanitarian efforts as well. This academic year, they been providing awards of tablets, laptops, and video cameras and other technology to schools around the nation in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Competition.
I became aware of this competition after seeing the story on our local news station. One of our local Idaho middle schools has qualified in the final 15 schools across the nation for competing for the grand prize with their Earthquake Protection project. To see all entries and schools chosen for this honor see this link.
Samsung is dedicated to helping people discover a world of possibilities. We do this by creating products and technology that inspire passion and give consumers experiences they never dreamed were possible. With these practices in mind, Samsung started the Solve for Tomorrow education contest, giving schools across the U.S. the opportunity to raise interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) subjects among students by awarding their schools with a share of more than $2 million* in technology products.
Check out the link and place your vote for the school of your choosing to help these talented students! The winner will be announced March 14, 2014 so get your votes in now. VOTE here.
A couple of students from each school will present its project before a panel of judges in Austin, Texas, where only 15 remaining classes will compete. Five of them will earn $140,000 in technology from Samsung, while the remaining 10 classes automatically earn $35,000 for making it.
One class will will win the $140,000 and a trip to Washington, D.C., for winning the Community Choice Award. The award is won by receiving the most online votes.
Solve for Tomorrow Competition
Sandcreek Middle School class cashes in
Feb 28, 2014 - 2:50 PM - by dgstorm
While the 2013 Edition of the Google Nexus 7 is undoubtedly one of the best values in Android tablets, that doesn't mean there aren't great alternatives. A new sale on the LG G Pad 8.3 creates a great example. The tablets regular price is around $279.99, but a sale over at Newegg.com brings it down just $224.99. This is a tad bit cheaper than the smaller Nexus 7. This might be the perfect time to nab one of these if...
Continue Reading @: LG G Pad 8.3 On Sale for Less Than a 2013 Nexus 7; Just $224.99
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