For quite some time, Nokia has been rumoured that it is working on a Windows 8 tablet. This time, the internet was flooded with photos of alleged Nokia's upcoming tablet. Details about the tablet were not provided, but we can clearly see that it is using Windows 8.
Micro-Star International, a Taiwanese electronics company, has released the successor to the Enjoy 7 tablet. The Enjoy 71 is a 7-inch tablet which is powered by a 1.5 GHz AML8726-MX dual-core processor combined with the Mali-400 GPU and runs on an Android 4.0.
According to ReadWrite, Hewlett-Packard is reported to have plans to build the Android tablet. HP will use an NVIDIA mobile processor Tegra 4 and reports are saying that the company plans to announce it very soon which will be one of the first Tegra 4-based tablets.
Finnish smartphone maker Nokia launched today its new Windows Phone 8 device in Pakistan. According to members of the event, Nokia allegedly showcased a Windows 8 tablet next to the phone. Nokia is already rumored to be preparing Apple's rival tablet.
The Microsoft Surface Pro reviews are out and they make for very interesting reading. This is the first Intel tablet from Redmond and its running on Windows 8 Pro. And as with any first generation tech product, its just full of things to both love and hate.
Microsoft's Surface with Windows 8 Pro will be going on sale on February 9th and the tablet is already on display in some locations. This is the company's long-awaited version with an Intel Core i5, full size USB 3.0, a microSDXC card slot and mini DisplayPort.
Panasonic caught everybody by surprise when it announced the industry's first tablet featuring a 4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160 pixels) resolution. As its specifications now reveal, it takes a lot more than anything ARM SoCs pack to drive a display that rich in pixels.
ASUS has officially announced the availability of VivoTab ME400 in the United Kingdom. The tablet was initially seen at Consumer Electronics Show as VivoTab Smart, but that is the same tablet. The ME400 is looking to challenge Apple iPad 4 and Google Nexus 10.
If the rumours are to trust, Google is planning on upgrading the Nexus 10. The 10-inch tablet is about to receive a hardware update, becoming more powerful. According to Bright Side of News, the Nexus 10 is getting a quad-core CPU and a new 8-core Mali-T678 GPU.
Panasonic dropped a bombshell on the CES show-floor by unveiling what it claims to be the first tablet with 4K Ultra-HD resolution (3840 x 2160), beating standards such as Apple's Retina Display, and the ubiquitous 1080p. Unfortunately, the tablet isn't for backpacks.