Lenovo has debuted its $200 IdeaPad A1 tablet. The Android Gingerbread device boasts a 7-inch display (1,024 x 600), a 7 hour battery life, weighs approximately 400 grams (0.88 pounds) and is under 0.5 inches (1.27 centimeters) thick.
Analysts at Forrester Research believe an Amazon tablet will be capable of disrupting the lucrative iPad-dominated market.
Although shipments of SSDs for notebooks will be minuscule compared to HDDs over the next few years, the flash-based components are already shaving off market share from traditional hard drives.
Apple is apparently eyeing the design of a new type of multi-layer display that would allow users to view three-dimensional images without glasses.
Amazon is reportedly prepping a tablet that could launch sometime before October.
If you were thinking eBooks wouldn't eventually kill off those heavy textbooks, you were wrong. Well, at least partly wrong.
One of the biggest complaints about Windows is that vendors often feel Microsoft doesn't provide enough room to differentiate.
Many journalists and analysts have questioned if there is a viable tablet market aside from Apple's wildly popular iPad.
Sure, the iPad is one tricked-out device, but do you really need a tablet - Apple or otherwise?
Microsoft is reportedly mulling over the possibility of launching its very own Windows 8 tablet.
Asus has shown off its new Padfone device - an Android phone which slots into the back of a tablet.
Citigroup analysts believe Microsoft - while somewhat fashionably late - still has time to crash the lucrative tablet party.
It seems as if the Asus EEE Pad Transformer is little more than a ghost in Android's Honeycomb machine.
Amazon is reportedly prepping a high-end tablet - dubbed "Hollywood" - that will be powered by Nvidia's upcoming Kal-El quad-core processor.
As we reported yesterday, the Asus Eee Pad Transformer is the Android Honeycomb device no one seems to have.
Is there really a tablet market out there?
Sony and Apple have become natural competitors over the years.
Sony's finally announced plans to release two tablet PCs, a full year after Apple's launch of the iPad.
Are you jonesing for a dedicated Microsoft tablet OS? Well, you'll just have to make do with Google's Android and Apple's iOS until late 2012.
The mobile industry will soon undergo a massive consolidation of the smartphone/tablet space. We simply have too many vendors and Intel's focused entry later this year should force the ARM vendors to merge, some to fail, and only the strongest will survive.