Asus pulled the wraps off of several new devices during Mobile World Congress 2013 this week in Barcelona, Spain.
For some people, a large-screen smartphone is a must.
Lenovo has rolled out a trio of Android Jelly Bean tablets at Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona, Spain. The devices range from the low-end to mid-range of the company's tablet lineup.
For a while, industry heavyweight HP was pushing tablets powered by the old webOS and newer Windows 8, with Google's popular Android operating system conspicuously absent from the mix.
Coby currently offer a number of Android-powered tablets for sale, including the 7-inch MID7065 which we discussed several months ago.
There are several hybrid tablets on the market today with screens that are detachable from keyboard docks - allowing users to stradle the best of both worlds.
Apple supplier Au Optronics is reportedly working on designing display technology for Cupertino's next-gen iPad mini.
Like the idea of a tablet you can take with you on the road for accessing Windows apps but don't care for Microsoft's Surface Pro?
Rumors and reports continue to circulate in the technology world, with many of them inevitably focusing on Apple.
Microsoft CFO Peter Klein was on hand at the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference this week where he dismissed any idea that Redmond should be working on a "Plan B" for its Surface tablets.
The writing is on the wall, and it's clear from many analysts and sales statistics that the traditional PC market is declining.
Microsoft launched its long-awaited Windows 8 Surface Pro tablet earlier this month, with the device quickly selling out at a number of retailers.
Rockchip processors currently power a number of Android tablets and mini-computers.
Back in July of 2012, the 10.1-inch Wikipad tablet was first unveiled to an eager tech and geek audience.
Splashtop is probably one the most popular remote desktop apps on the mobile market today.
Odds are the tech world will be deluged with new Android tablets and smartphones when Mobile World Congress kicks off this February.
Coby has rolled out a $139, 7-inch Android-powered tablet dubbed the MID7065.
Approximately 200 million tablets will have shipped worldwide since 2009, with an additional 1 billion tablets forecasted to ship over the next 5 years.
The China-based Ramos has introduced a 9.4-inch tablet powered by Samsung's popular 1.4 GHz Exynos 4412 quad-core chip.
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.