Posts tagged tablets

Xperia Z2 Tablet

We recently saw the Sony Xperia Z2 getting root access even before it hit the markets. And now, its bigger sibling the Xperia Z2 Tablet has received similar treatment along with a ClockworkMod based custom recovery being flashed onto the tablet.

Lenovo TAB A10

Lenovo has just announced four new budget ranged Android tablets with pricing starting from¬†¬£99.99 or $166. The lineup consists of two 7 inch tablets, an 8 inch model and a 10.1 inch display variant, so there’s quite a lot of variety on offer.

Kindle Fire HDX

American online retailer Amazon is now offering decent discounts on the Kindle Fire HD and HDX tablets. The 7 and 8.9 inch Kindle Fire HDX tablets have received discounts of $30 and $40 respectively, while the standard 7 inch Kindle Fire HD gets a $40 discount.


Acer isn’t exactly known for its tablets around the world. It has tried its hand with a few large sized devices over the past few years since the Honeycomb days, but has failed to leave a mark on our minds. So in order to make a lasting impact on the market, the Taiwanese manufacturer has been launching a number of budget tablets. The most recent of these is called the Iconia One 7 which has now made its way to the FCC.

ASUS AT&T Padfone X

The ASUS Padfone X was originally launched back in January during the CES, with AT&T announcing the availability shortly after. However, the tablet is yet to see a launch despite teasers being posted by the carrier. This tablet-smartphone hybrid has now made its way to the FCC for certification, indicating that it’s one step closer from official retail availability.

Galaxy NotePRO

The Samsung Galaxy TabPRO and the NotePRO tablets only recently made their way to the U.S. via major online retailers like Amazon and Best Buy. However, the pricing was a bit on the higher side. Amazon has now decided to fix that with discounts of $30-50 on all four tablets.

Nexus 8 Leak

There has been plenty spoken about Google’s plans to launch an 8.9 inch Nexus device to succeed the widely popular Nexus 7. And newer reports are now pegging this device to be priced slightly more than the predecessor to accommodate for the change in display size and “high-performance” internals.

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