Tablets News

Microsoft Won't Launch Surface Pro 5 This Year

Microsoft is rumoured to announce its next-generation products on May 23 in Shanghai, but if you were hoping to see the Surface Pro 5, then you'll be sorry to hear that such device does not exist and the software giant will probably just update the current lineup with better

Verizon To Launch A New ASUS ZenPad Tablet

Motorola is not the only one that is working on a new tablet. ASUS' unannounced tablet with model number ASUS P00J (ZT582KL) has just cleared the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) in the United States and from what we know, it will be a Verizon exclusive model.

ARM Announces Next-Gen Display Processor

ARM has just announced that it has updated its Mali display chipset lineup with a brand new architecture. Codenamed Mali-Cetus, the new display processor works with the GPU to improve overall efficiency and support Android Nougat's multi-tasking functions.

Samsung Galaxy Book Now Available In The US

Samsung's latest 2-in-1 devices have just hit the shelves in the United States. Both the 10.6-inch and 12-inch models are available for purchase at Samsung's online store and select retailers, in Silver and Black color options, but the latter is exclusive to Best Buy.

Samsung Galaxy Book Arrives April 21

Samsung's 2-in-1 Galaxy Book will go on sale tomorrow, April 21. The Windows 10 product, which has a tablet-like design and a snap-on keyboard, was introduced during Mobile World Congress. No release date was announced during its unveil. The LTE version will be sold first.

Huawei Also Launches New MediaPad Tablets

Besides launching the Huawei Watch 2 in the United States, Huawei has also launched two new tablets - the MediaPad T3. The tablet is available with an 8-inch and a 7-inch display. The former costs €219 or €239 with LTE, while the latter is only €129.

LG Unveils New 8-inch Mid-Range Tablet

The South Korean cellular carrier owned by LG has now unveiled a new 8-inch tablet called LG U+ Pad 8. Formerly known as LG Telecom, the LG U+ is now selling the tablet for around 242 000 Won or approximately $210. It can be purchased on 2000 LG U+ retailers, distributors and