It looks like a little more information on the upcoming Acer Iconica Tab A700 is coming our way very soon. According to a Russian website Acer are going to bring the Acer Tab A700 with them to this years CES and officially announce it to the world.
We have heard about the Acer A700 for a while now, but this is the first time we have gotten some real specifications on the A700, along with a number of photos. While the Iconica Tab A200 is a 10.1-inch model powered by the NVIDIA’s 1GHz Tegra 2 processor, the A700 makes use of the more powerful Tegra 3 hardware.
With the Kindle Fire tablet, Amazon have achieved what many thought impossible. They have produced and released a high quality, powerful tablet at less than half the price of the leading tablet.
With many people not willing to fork out $500 for an Apple iPad 2 tablet, but also not wanting to by a cheap low quality tablet, Amazon have come to the rescue offering an ultra affordable tablet ($199), which is far from “cheap” in any means.
The Kindle Fire also offers a huge advantage over all other tablets currently on the market, by offering integrated access to Amazon’s vast collection of digital film, tv, music, magazine and book services.
Although the Kindle Fire keeps the “Kindle” name from their highly successful range of ebook readers, the Kindle Fire is less Kindle / ebook reader and more so pure tablet.
A new tablet from Acer looks to be heading our way shortly. The Acer Iconia Tab A200 has just broke radar cover over on the FCC website confirming its existence.
The FCC report doesn’t provide us with a whole lot of information apart from letting us know it exists and a few basic specifications on the device.
Barnes & Noble have just announced their Nook Tablet computer. This announcement comes just weeks after Amazon launched their own tablet the Amazon Kindle Fire. Clearly the Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet is in direct competition with the Kindle Fire more so than with other tablets such as the iPad 2 or Samsung Galaxy Tab.
Amazon have shaken up the tablet world with their announcement of the Amazon Kindle Fire tablet PC, just as they did with their very first ebook reader.
The kindle is extremely well known and easily the market leading ebook reader. Now Amazon have taken the Kindle brand to a whole new level. The new Amazon Kindle Fire more than just a color Kindle. It is a powerful dual core tablet PC which can easily compete with the other tablets on the market, including the iPad 2, and less than half the price of the iPad 2, at just $199.
Samsung have just put out official word that their new Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus tablet will be available from November 13th.
Officially the pre-order started yesterday (October 23rd), Amazon jumped the gun and opened their pre-order pages a few days ago, only to pull them a few hours later. Now that the 23rd has passed you can now find these pre-order links live on Amazon.
The long awaited and revolutionary Asus Eee Pad Slider tablet is finally available for pre-order in the US.
The Asus Slider tablet is available for pre-order from just $479 for the 16GB version.
The slider was announced at the beginning of the year along with the very popular (and best selling) Asus Eee Pad Transformer tablet, which is available with an optional keyboard accessory which also contains a touchpad, extra battery and ports, essentially turning it into a Android powered laptop. The Asus Eee Pad Slider on the other hand is the very first tablet on the market which contains a built in keyboard, which is accessed by, you guessed it, sliding the tablet.
The Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet, which runs Google Android 3.1 Honeycomb is now available for pre-order directly from Lenovo, with prices starting from $499.
The ThinkPad Tablet is similar to their IdeaPad but is aimed more at business users, and brings with it a number of enterprise features.
While a quick glance at the ThinkPad’s specifications makes it look a lot like most other Honeycomb tablets on the market, it does have a number of features that sets it apart from the crowd.
Logitech have just released a new keyboard accessory for the iPad 2. The “Logitech Fold-Up Keyboard for iPad” is exactly what you would expect, it’s a keyboard which is split into two halves and unfolds to connect together to form a full QWERTY keyboard.
Unlike most other folio-style keyboards for the iPad, the Logitech Fold-Up Keyboard is fully sized for comfortable and accurate typing.
When the keyboard is in use it holds the iPad at an ideal angle for typing and using the pad. When the keyboard is not in use and you want to move the iPad, the keyboard rests securely underneath the iPad 2.
The Asus Eee Pad SL101 Slider, also known simply as the Eee Pad Slider has just taken one step closer to its highly anticipated release.
The Asus Slider has just got its official stamp of approval at the FFC, now meaning it can be released on U.S soil. The Slider was originally due for a release way back in May, but clearly missed this release by a fair way.