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Tablets

Leak shows three Hanspree tablets coming this year

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Hanspree isn’t a big name here in the US. It’s a name you might know more from their TVs, and if you live in Europe, you may know their other electronics and computers, but now they’re also gett…

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Toshiba Tablets

Toshiba Tablet gets Best Buy holding page, but still no name

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I’m not sure exactly what “coming soon” could mean. In the tech world, “coming soon” could be anything from a couple weeks to a couple months. Either way, the Toshiba Tablet is…

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HTC Tablets

HTC Flyer gets pre-order page in UK and an April release window

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The HTC Flyer is one of the more intriguing Android tablets coming to the market. It’s different in a number of ways: it’s packing a single-core CPU (though 1.5 GHz is still snappy); it’s run…

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Android News

Behind the Motorola Xoom pricing: Too many cooks in the kitchen?

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The Xoom is a fantastic piece of hardware, and Honeycomb is a great OS. I don’t think there are many out there who would argue with either of those statements. The reviews of the Xoom and Honeycomb are all fa…

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Samsung Tablets

Samsung is changing the iPad/Android tablet conversation

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If you subscribe to any other Android news feeds, you’ll have noticed the continuing coverage of Samsung reacting to the iPad. It’s just shocking that a manufacturer is changing their strategy b…

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Motorola Tablets

PCWorld UK may have WiFi-only Xoom release window [Updated]

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We knew a WiFi only Xoom was on its way, and now we have a vague and unofficial release date for it. PCWorld UK has put up a pre-order page for the WiFi only Xoom. The page lists the price at ?499.99 (~$815), and says th…

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Motorola Tablets

iSupply teardown prices the parts of the Xoom

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A few days ago we saw the teardown of the Motorola Xoom and the ease with which the 4G upgrade could be performed. Now, we’ve got the cost breakdown of all those parts from the teardown, and the total cost of t…

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LG Tablets

Mobilecity puts LG G-Slate 4G pre-order at $699

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Mobilecity has put up a pre-order page for the LG G-Slate with a listed “Retail Price” of $799, but their price at $699.?Of course, this is not an official price announcement by LG or T-Mobile, but I…

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Motorola Tablets

Xoom 4G Upgrade: a PR fiasco in the waiting?

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When Motorola announced the Xoom, they said that everyone would get a free upgrade to 4G in Q2. They said, you’ll just have to bring your Xoom to the Verizon store, and they’ll do the upgrade for you.…

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Motorola Tablets

Motorola Xoom on-contract price and starting data plan revealed

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There had been rumors going around that the Motorola Xoom would be $599 on a two-year contract and they have been confirmed. So, this means your options for the Xoom are $799 off-contract, and $599 on-contract f…

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Tablets

Lenovo LePad launching in May or June

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The Lenovo LePad is lecoming to this year running LeAndroid 2.2 and a highly customized LeOS (that last one isn’t even a joke, it’s actually called LeOS.) Though the tablet was shown off at CES, Len…

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Dell

Dell roadmaps show 4 Honeycomb tablets and 2 Ice Cream phones

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A leaked Dell device roadmap is showing that a Honeycomb future isn’t too far off. The Dell roadmap has their first Honeycomb tablet, the Dell Gallo, slated for April. Following that will be the Dell Ster…

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Motorola Tablets

Motorola confirms Xoom pricing at $799, ~$600 for WiFi only

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The flyers have been out for quite a while putting the Motorola Xoom tablet at $799 unsubsidized through Verizon, but that price has finally been confirmed. Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha confirmed the pricing today…

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Sony Tablets

Good news: Sony making a tablet for $599. Bad news: “Sony is busy customizing” the Honeycomb UI

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Two things we knew would happen, but only one that we were hoping for. Sony has told Engadget that they are working on a Honeycomb tablet, the S1, which they plan to bring to market in September for $599. The price p…

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Android Devices

ZTE taking the high road with new Android devices

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One of the more interesting announcements at this year’s MWC has come from ZTE, a Chinese telcom which has held a solid portion of the Chinese market by offering a number of low-end Android phones. Last ye…

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