The 7-inch tablet is powered by an Atom processor, features separate interfaces for children and parents, and costs $99.95.
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Barnes & Noble keeps its e-reading brand afloat with another Samsung-produced Android slate, bundling $200 worth of books and other media content into the purchase price.
After years of producing only Android tablets, the company is readying the 80 Cesium, an 8-inch Windows 8.1 slate with a budget price.
Like the consumer-based Slate 8 Pro, this 8-inch device packs an Nvidia Tegra 4 processor, but it runs Android 4.4 KitKat.
The offerings include the Slate 7 Extreme, a version of Nvidia's Tegra Note, and the Slate 8 Pro with an ultra-high-resolution screen. The Slate 7 HD and Slate 10 HD come with two free years of T-Mobile data service.
The company's latest attempt to storm the tablet market has already been discounted. Is it doomed like its predecessors?
The company shows off its new desktop/tablet hybrid that eschews Intel and Windows at an event in Beijing. It arrives in the U.S. in September starting at $399.
With the introduction of the HP Slate 7 (a pretty decent Android tablet for very little money), HP has firmly kicked off the race to the bottom on Android tablet pricing. But that could be good news for Microsoft.
HP has announced its first Android-powered tablet and it will cost just $169, but does it have the skills to go up against the best of the rest at the lower end of the market?
The computer giant leaps back into the tablet game with a budget-priced 7-inch model, the first of many to come this year, according to an HP exec.
The slate would run Android Jelly Bean and sport a 2,560x1,600 display, while the company also has a new 7-inch Jelly Bean tablet in the works.
It is a two-horse race in the tablet space, and the number two solution is just not good enough yet.
Google proclaimed Honeycomb the official version of Android for tablets, and until now it has been unavailable in a 7-inch form. The Acer Iconia Tab A100 brings the sweet goodness to the small slate.
Despite its top exec arguing that tablets were a fad, Acer has introduced a new 7-inch slate that is also the first to run the latest, more tablet-friendly version of Android (a.k.
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Toshiba is the latest company to throw its hat into the tablet ring, as its Android-based Thrive slate has been given a release date and pricing.As with many, many others, the Thrive is powered by the new 3.
Dell can never seem to keep its forthcoming products to itself, as another leak has provided specifics about the company's new Android 3.0 tablet and Windows 7 slate, the existence of which had already emerged a couple of months ago.
There's a new Windows 7 slate coming to town (starting in April this year) that Microsoft is hoping may give the company at least a temporary answer to Apple's iPad and the various Android slates coming to market this year.
The Galaxy Tab 2 is expected to be an updated version of the Tab running Android 3.0, aka Honeycomb, on a bigger slate form with a 10-inch screen. I'm afraid a 10-inch Galaxy Tab is a mistake, as it isn't going to compete well with the iPad.
Samsung's first stab at a tablet, the Galaxy Tab, might have had its ups and downs over the last few months, but we could be seeing the successor sooner than we expected.According to Pocket-lint and its confirmed sources, Samsung will unveil a new 10-inch slate with Android 3.
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