Sony's latest Android tablet features a quad-core processor and measures just 6.9mm thick.
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The premium tablet offers a modular design, full 1080p HD screen, and Intel Ivy Bridge processor choices.
The rumored device would pack a higher-res screen than Apple's smaller tablet and run Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.
Google has also started selling the Nexus 7 with T-Mobile SIM cards through Google Play.
The mini-desktop PC, which runs the Google Chrome OS, shows up online in a new configuration that doesn't include an under-powered processor for once.
Following in Acer's footsteps, Asus releases a dirt-cheap tablet running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean but with meager specs.
In Win's H Frame and D Frame unique chassis will be sold in extremely limited quantities at $399 apiece.
The French mobile device maker keeps trying to break through in the Android market, this time with a line of tablets that includes an 8-inch iPad mini competitor for $169.
The Latitude 10 essentials version loses its replaceable battery and a few other features, but starts at just $499 and is aimed at the enterprise and education markets.
The result of the crowdsourced Project Fiona is a 10.1-inch device stuffed with an Intel Core processor and an Nvidia mobile graphics card and priced starting at $999.