Hyundai has rolled out a $166 entry-level Android tablet. The T7 features some fairly impressive specs for the above-mentioned price point, including a quad-core 1.4 GHz Samsung Exynos 4412 processor.
Sales of traditional PCs continue to decline as tablet shipments remains on track to hit a grand total of 145 million in 2013.
MSI is currently selling a low-cost, 7-inch tablet dubbed the Enjoy 71.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 2 phablet hasn't been on the market all that long, as the device only landed in AT&T stores across the country on November 2012.
Sony has introduced a new Android-powered tablet dubbed the Xperia Z.
The xPC can best be described as a modular device that's roughly the size of a smartphone with the (alleged) capabilities of a full-fledged PC.
Chinese electronics manufacturers have never been shy about copying the designs of industry heavyweights like Apple or Google.
Microsoft has been having somewhat of a difficult time convincing the masses to abandon Android and Apple for its Surface RT tablet which is being heavily marketed both on TV and online.
A company known Buzz Marketing says word on the teen street is that Apple may no longer be hella cool.
The Asus Memo pad is a 7-inch $149 Android tablet that runs Jelly Bean (4.1) and offers full access to Google's expansive Play store.
Last summer the industry was expecting big things from Windows 8 and Windows RT, with Samsung touting a plan to bring its own Windows RT tablet to the US by October.
Every Android gamer has probably wished at least once that their mobile device boasted handheld console-style controls - instead of just a touch-screen.
Ultra HD is typically associated with next-gen television sets, but that hasn't stopped Panasonic from debuting a mega 20-inch tablet with an Alpha LCD panel set at a cool 4k.
Razer has been designing tricked-out gaming keyboards, mice and headsets for quite some time now.
Alcatel isn't exactly a name that jumps to mind when you think about Android tablets, even if the company did recently introduce its Evo tablet.
Over the last several months, we've seen several products attempting to put Android games and related content on the big screen in living rooms.
Acer has debuted the Iconia B1-A71, which can best be described as a budget-friendly Android tablet with a price tag under $150.
The first time we saw HP's Envy X2 Windows 8 hybrid tablet was back in August of 2012.
Corning's stalwart Gorilla Glass has been used to cover sensitive LCD smartphone and tablet displays for quite some time now.
Velocity Micro - a boutique builder of PCs - has introduced an uber-mini desktop PC that would make a pefect entertainment center or hub for the living room.