Lenovo recently debuted its ThinkPad 8 with 64GB of storage for $429. However, a $399 model with 32GB of storage is expected to hit the streets sometime in the near future.
Acer has debuted a new Android-based all-in-one (AIO) desktop with a 27-inch, 2560 x 1440 pixel touchscreen display.
The Acer Iconia W4 tablet - loaded with Microsoft Windows 8.1 - is powered by Intel's Atom Z3740 (quad-core) Bay Trail processor.
Archos has been a manufacturer of Android tablets for some time now, with a full portfolio that scales up and down based on specs and use cases.
Stephen Elop, who was Nokia's CEO and is moving into a new executive role at Microsoft, admits that it was hard to choose Windows over Android. But, the Lumia 2520 is the first RT tablet not made by Microsoft. Let the games begin.
The company is wary of wearable devices but it will compete with its own device, but it thinks its tablet will be something completely different.
Unbowed by the recent launch of Nvidia’s mighty Shield, Archos is reportedly prepping a second-gen GamePad tablet with a higher-res display, a faster processor, additional memory and more storage space.
Panasonic is preparing to launch a massive 20-inch tablet equipped with a 3840 x 2560 pixel display. Dubbed the Toughpad 4K UT-MB50, the device also features a fiberglass case, Windows 8 Pro software and support for writing or drawing with a pressure-sensitive digital pen.
ViewSonic is showcasing a new Android tablet dubbed the ViewPad 100Q, which boasts a 10-inch display and Rockchip RK3188 quad-core processor.
We recently reported that Cube had introduced an accessory "kit" allowing users to transform their tablets into a TV box. Well, Cube is in the news again, only this time it is about an actual tablet, rather than a kit.
A number of analysts apparently believe Microsoft may snap up Barnes & Noble's Nook tablet business after the latter company's CEO announced his plans to depart the struggling corporation amidst plans to restructure.
Hewlett Packard's Android tablet was priced at $170 and up when the Slate 7 first launched in April. And now? Well, HP is lowering the cost of its 7-inch (1024 x 600 pixel display) tablet to $140.
The Aiol Novo 10 Eternal - which runs Android Jelly Bean (4.2) - boasts a 10-inch screen along with a 15-hour battery life (11,000mAh).
The Colorfly CT132 - which boasts a laptop-sized screen - is powered by an Allwinner A31 quad-core (ARM Cortex-A7) processor paired with PowerVR SGX 544 graphics.
The Root 101 is an open source tablet loaded with a completely stock version of Android (Jelly Bean 4.2) with no bloatware apps and no ugly skinned version of Android. Root access is default, so you can install any app and even custom ROMs.
It's abundantly clear by now that Android tablets are a dime a dozen. Meaning, it's getting pretty difficult to differentiate one tablet from another, unless, of course, you are someone who really cares about chips and raw horsepower.
Android tablets are finally hitting even lower price points than originally anticipated, with a dual-core Jelly Bean device weighing in at approximately $60.
BungBungame's Kalos 10-inch (560 x 1600 pixel IPS display) Android tablet is powered by Nvidia's Tegra 4 ARM Cortex-A15 quad-core processor.
Quanta is currently showcasing a tablet prototype powered by AMD's Temash SoC (3.9 watt TDP), which can best be described as a 1 GHz dual-core processor with 1MB of L2 cache and Radeon HD 8180 graphics.
Samsung has reportedly chosen a 1.6 GHz dual-core Intel x86 chip - rather than an ARM-based processor - to power at least one of its upcoming 10-inch Android tablets.