Posted on 10 November 2011.
Panasonic’s Toughbooks are famed for their go-anywhere, do-anything, survive-Armageddon build quality, and the world’s toughest laptops now come in tablet form too. Panasonic’s Toughpad A1 and B1 bring military-spec toughness to the world of tablets.
Posted in Featured, Panasonic, Tablet News
Posted on 19 July 2011.
The forthcoming Toughbook tablet will be “designed and constructed with the mission-critical mobile user in mind”, the firm says, which is marketing-speak for “it’ll be pricey”.
Posted in Android, Featured, Panasonic, Tablet News
Posted on 09 June 2011.
We’ve known about the Asus Eee Pad MeMO tablet for a while, but it’s evolved since Asus first announced it: the ultra-portable tablet now boasts a 3D display and stylus support, making it stand out from the rest of the Android tablet crowd.
Posted in Asus, Featured, Tablet News
Posted on 08 June 2011.
Reviews of Viewsonic’s first tablet computers were fairly lukewarm, but the newly announced ViewPad 7X should get a better reception: it’s got much heftier hardware than its predecessors, and it’s the world’s first seven-inch Honeycomb tablet. Is that enough?
Posted in Featured, Tablet News, Viewsonic
Posted on 26 May 2011.
In a frenzy of alliteration, Toshiba has decided that the Toshiba Tablet will be the Toshiba Thrive. The firm can clearly make an excellent tongue-twister, but can it make an excellent tablet too?
Posted in Android, Featured, Honeycomb, Tablet News, Toshiba
Posted on 19 May 2011.
Launching a tablet to compete with the iPad 2 is a brave thing to do. Launching a tablet that costs quite a bit more than an iPad 2 is braver still. Launching a tablet that costs twice the price of an iPad 2 makes us wonder if the company concerned has lost its mind.
Posted in LG, Tablet News
Posted on 13 May 2011.
We’ve already given you the heads-up on Amazon’s super-secret Kindle tablet and now details are starting to emerge.
Posted in Amazon, Tablet News
Posted on 04 May 2011.
Asus is a fantastic company: its Eee PCs spearheaded the netbook phenomenon, and now its Eee tablets hope to capture a big chunk of the nascent tablet market.
Posted in Android, Asus, Featured, Tablet News
Posted on 03 May 2011.
On paper, Notion Ink’s Adam is one of the most exciting bits of kit the world of tablets have ever seen. Unfortunately in the real world the picture isn’t quite so sunny.
Posted in Tablet News
Posted on 27 April 2011.
Creative Labs have been making portable devices since God was in short trousers, and it brings its considerable expertise to the world of tablets in the form of the ZiiO. Unlike some other Creative devices this is a fully-fledged tablet rather than just a really big music and movie player.
Posted in Android, Creative, Tablet News
Posted on 26 April 2011.
Sharp’s expertise in computing and mobile phone technology means it was just a matter of time before it joined the tablet party, and it’s doing that this year with two tablets dubbed Galapagos.
Posted in Android, Sharp, Tablet News
Posted on 22 April 2011.
Samsung’s been busy recently: as if making smartphones and tablets wasn’t enough, it’s having a go at a new kind of PC too. Like Asus’s Eee Slider the PC 7 Series transforms from a tablet into a netbook thanks to a slide-out keyboard.
Posted in Featured, Samsung, Tablet News, Windows
Posted on 12 April 2011.
It isn’t official yet, but the Internet is swirling with rumours about the supposed Sony S1 Tablet, the first tablet from the famous electronics firm. These are the key rumours so far
Posted in Featured, Honeycomb, Sony Ericsson, Tablet News
Posted on 28 February 2011.
Acer has not one, not two but three tablets it hopes will excite and delight you: the seven-inch A100, the ten-inch A500 and the ten-inch, Windows powered W500.
Posted in Acer, Android, Featured, Honeycomb, Tablet News, Windows