Dell was once a company most folks only associated with PC’s, but they’ve branched out to include all sorts of gadgets under their branding. The Dell Venue slates are one of them, and a new one has just been unveiled with the Dell Venue 10 7000.
We all knew Samsung had new tablets in the works, and one of the lineups is set to be the Galaxy Tab A’s. The tablets made an appearance in Russia last month, and now Sammy is getting ready to bring the slates to a wider audience in Europe. The Samsung Galaxy Tab A 9.7 release is coming to Germany, and it’s set to arrive next month.
Earlier today we told you about a slew of upcoming devices from HTC, and talked about the HTC A50AML smartphone. Now we’re going to take a look at a device that could be its companion with the HTC T1H. It’s a new tablet from the company, and it could be one to watch considering what they did with the Nexus 9.
We haven’t talked about Microsoft’s Surface tablet in a while, and that’s because there hasn’t been much to say. The majority of the planet saw the Surface Pro 3 released in August of last year, but we never got a mini or a Surface 2. If a new rumor pans out, the company has been quite, but not unproductive as we may soon see the follow-up to the Surface 2.
The last time we checked in on iBall they had just announced the oddly named Cobalt Oomph for India. Now they’re back with another new gadget, but this time it’s a tablet called the iBall Slide Q40i. It won’t impress you with its specs, but it also won’t break the bank with its Rs. 4,999 price tag.
In 2014, the Galaxy Tab S lineup gained Samsung a lot of new fans, and while we haven’t seen the company’s lineup for this year, they are already rolling out several midrange slates. One of the newest is called the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 V, and it’s just been announced for Malaysia with the rock bottom price of $135.
There’s no shortage of Android slates in the states, but a new one is getting ready to land that’s well worth a look. It’s called the Iconia Tab 10, and its specs are fairly impressive when you consider its price.
Samsung’s strategy for 2015 and the years ahead involve using better materials and making their device lineups a bit easier to recognize. The company has turned to a new single letter naming convention lately, and the first tablets to go that route have just shown up in Russia in the form of the Samsung Galaxy A Tablets.
Another day, another benchmark listing. We’ve seen a number of new devices make their first appearance through benchmarks in 2015, and you can add the Samsung SM-T561 to that list. It’s another slate from Sammy, and you probably won’t be too impressed by the specs.
If you own a PC, you have probably heard of or used one of D-Link’s products – they’re pretty popular. Apparently, the company also makes tablets and they’ve just announced the D-Link D100 which has landed in India.
MWC has finally arrived, and we’ve already seen a half-dozen releases this morning with the big guns still waiting in the wings. Huawei has already made their reveals, and we’re going to take a look at an upcoming slate that’s going to get your attention. Ready to meet the upcoming Huawei MediaPad X2?