Samsung has launched a new convertible laptop today dubbed the Samsung Notebook 7 Spin. The beastly laptop will make its debut this weekend, and comes in two sizes with a price tag that begins at $799.
Amazon has unleashed a brand new e-reader for bookworms dubbed the “All New” Kindle E-reader. As you might suspect, they have given the slate the incremental upgrade treatment while still keeping the price affordable.
We have covered a slew of smartphones and slates from Huawei this year, but one has eluded our reach. The Honor T1 tablet price has just become official for India today, and we have the skinny on what lies under the hood of Huawei’s Honor-branded tablet.
Towards the end of last month, we learned of a new slate from Asus called the ZenPad Z8. We knew it was coming to Verizon, but some details were still up in the air including the price. Today Asus took the wraps off their new tablet, and it’s going to set you back $249.99 through Big Red.
As far as tough hardware goes, the latest Toughpad FZ-A2 tablet from Panasonic is the definition of roughness and manliness, aimed at the enterprise sector.
The long wait for the new Microsoft Surface Pro 5 gets more intense with new rumors about its hardware specs. Microsoft are well known for their marketing technique of making us wait and sweat bullets for their next awesome product to arrive, and the new Surface Pro 5 is no different in this regard.
Summer is upon us here in the states, which means its tablet time. Samsung usually starts rolling out its tablet lineup in the summer, and the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 8.0 release appears to be imminent as it has just leaked again today ahead of a formal announcement.
We haven’t covered anything from iBall since the beginning of last month, but they have just announced an interesting new smartphone in the iBall Slide Bio-Mate. As the name implies, it’s a slate from the company’s popular Slide lineup, but this time around you’ll be getting an additional feature.
When the initial version of the Amazon Fire HD 10 was released back in September in 2015, it played in the “best bang for the buck” category, featuring a “cheap” looking plastic built, a relatively low ppi density, but a very reasonable $229 price tag.
Back in February of last year, we touched on a tablet from Panasonic with the Toughpad FZ-B2. It appears the company has given the slate a refresh, so we are here to take a quick look at the updated specs.