Tablets News

Amazon Works on $99 7-inch Kindle Fire HD

Amazon has the means to go head-on against the swarm of sub-$100 entry-level tablets, most of which are driven by Android. The company is reportedly planning a $99 7-incher featuring 720p resolution, a similar TI SoC as its siblings, and the brand's market standing.

Galaxy Note III Meets AT&T Execs This Week

Samsung's upcoming premium 5.9-inch smartphone/tablet intermediate, the Galaxy Note III, earned itself an audience with AT&T top-brass later this week, which includes senior execs, and most likely, the company's CMO. It's just that they'll be toying with a mock-up.

Lenovo Unveils Entry-Level Android Tablets

Over at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Lenovo announced their new lineup of entry-level tablets. The IdeaTab lineup comes in at 7-inch and 10-inch with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system. All devices will be available in the second quarter of 2013.

ASUS Also Outs PadFone Inifinity

In addition to FonePad, ASUS announced the PadFone Infinity, its latest addition to the series of smartphones that transform into tablets by docking into large touchscreens. The new model ups screen size on the phone, and resolutions on both its screens.

ASUS FonePad Launched

You might be familiar with the PadFone, a smartphone that docks into a large touchscreen to transform into a tablet, but could you turn the concept around? ASUS thinks it managed to do so, with its new FonePad, a 7-inch tablet with smartphone functionality.