Posts Tagged ‘Tablets’

Amazon has today updated the Fire HD 10 tablet with new internals, although it looks the same and the display hasn’t changed either. Here are the details.

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The Amazon Fire 7 tablet is a great low cost tablet for those who want something to throw on the coffee table, and Amazon has today announced that a new model will arrive next month with a faster processor than the older model, and more storage.

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Here’s iPad Pro Vs Galaxy Tab S5e comparison. Want an iPad Pro but don’t want an iPad Pro price? Oh, and don’t mind Android? Great, because Samsung has just announced a new tablet, the Galaxy Tab S5e, that looks very much like Apple’s high-end tablet, although it won’t cost quite as much.

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Users of Windows 10 powered PCs and tablets can now take advantage of Facebook’s Instagram service beyond viewing images in a web browser following the release of a dedicated Instagram app for the platform.

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Amazon has made a new version of its Fire HD 10 tablet that aims to give users more perceived value for money by looking and feeling a lot more premium than previous versions. The company’s range of Fire HD 10 tablets has consistently proven to be extremely popular with consumers looking for a relatively cost-effective, but still highly performant slate solution that offers access to popular apps and services.

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If you’ve ever been after a performant Android tablet with a ridiculously low price-tag, then the chances are that you’ve probably looked at Amazon’s 7-inch Fire tablet. When it was originally launched, no-one could really believe that the behemoth retailer was selling it for just $50 – or a multipack of six for $250 – meaning that it quickly became an extremely popular budget-tablet for those who didn’t need the power of an iPad or higher-end Android slate. Now, it seems that Amazon is trying to actually give the Fire tablet away by reducing the price by an additional 20-percent, meaning it now ships for just $39.99.

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Amazon has refreshed its $50 7-inch Fire tablet with three new colors and a 16GB storage option. The Fire Kids Edition tablet also gets an upgrade to 16GB with no increase in price. Here are the details.

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Samsung has today reentered the Windows tablet market by announcing the Galaxy TabPro S. While specs have been detailed, Samsung hasn’t yet announced pricing for the tablet, though it has confirmed that both WiFi and Cellular versions will be available in February this year.

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Samsung Electronics has today officially introduced the world to the rumored Galaxy View, a device that the company says will “deliver an unprecedented mobile entertainment experience by streaming video and media content on the largest Android mobile device available on the market”. In short, the South Korean company has built a whopping 18.4-inch tablet that it hopes will appeal to consumers around the globe who are passionate about consuming content from streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and YouTube.

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Multinational online retail-behemoth, Amazon, has just introduced a slew of new affordable tablets. The four new tablets will all fall under the existing “Fire” range of hardware and will exist as part of a focused attempt by Amazon to convince more customers into buying into the ecosystem that it has worked so hard to build through the offering of services like Amazon Prime and the Amazon Appstore.

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When we report on cool gadgets, most of them come from well-established, or at least somewhat reputable companies. This time, however, we’re featuring a device that was created by a single Chinese geek with more extra time than most of us would have at our disposal. This enthusiast has created a touch-screen device with Apple’s branding, which, dare we say, looks comparable to most tablets available on the market today, only cleaner.

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Interesting news coming out of Canaccord Genuity analysts T. Michael Walkley, Charles John and Matthew D. Ramsay today suggests that while Google’s Android smartphones may be popular amongst many buyers, those same customers are turning to Apple to scratch their tablet itch.

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