Android tablet

Best Buy lands WiFi HTC Flyer launch exclusive

Best Buy lands WiFi HTC Flyer launch exclusive

Best Buy and HTC announced at CTIA this week that Best Buy stores would have the exclusive pre-order rights on the WiFi HTC Flyer Android tablet. The little tablet will go on sale "this spring" according to both firms. I wish they would just tell us when the tablet would land. The tablet will run Android and use the HTC Sense UI over the top.

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Hands-on with the Acer Picasso tablet

Hands-on with the Acer Picasso tablet

Android Community spent a bit of quality time with the Acer Picasso Android tablet recently and put up hoards of pics and a video to document the process. The Picasso is compared to the iPad 2 and the Xoom in size and weight. The Picasso is a tablet intended to run Android Honeycomb and right up front the thing is noted to not be ready for release.

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Japan pre-orders on LG Optimus Pad start March 15

Japan pre-orders on LG Optimus Pad start March 15

One of the more interesting of the new and coming Android tablets to me is the LG Optimus Pad. The little tablet has some interesting features like an 8.9-inch screen putting it between devices like the iPad and the Galaxy Tab in size. It also packs a powerful NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core processor inside.

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Concept Phone: HTC Eerie HD3 by Wallec

Concept Phone: HTC Eerie HD3 by Wallec

The HTC Eerie HD3 is a new concept phone which, with its 4.7 inch AMOLED display, is closer to a tablet than a smartphone. The phone was created by Wallec (wwalczyszyn from Deviantart), and has some pretty amazing specs. To start with, a 2GHz Snapdragon processor, supports 1080p HD video...continue past the break to see more.

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Sony S1: A PlayStation Tablet Coming This September?

Sony S1: A PlayStation Tablet Coming This September?

With all the rage that is the tablet market right now, it’s surprising that one of the major players in consumer electronics, Sony, has yet to join the party. However, this may change very soon according to some exclusive details received by Engadget from “two highly trusted and independent sources.”

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Advent Vega Update Brings Back Flash Player 10.1, and There Was Much Rejoicing

Advent Vega Update Brings Back Flash Player 10.1, and There Was Much Rejoicing

If you'll remember back in December of 2010, there was a bit of an upsetting announcement for those who had or were planning on obtaining the Advent Vega Android Tablet. It seemed that the Vega slate, according to Advent, up until that point did “not exhibit the optimal performance that the NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor is capable of running with certain Flash website content” -- therefore, they pulled Flash Player 10.1 from the system and said that it'd be ready in the early part of 2011. Turns out that time is now, today!

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Dell Announces Creation of 10 Inch Android Tablet

Dell Announces Creation of 10 Inch Android Tablet

At the "Dell Means Business" Press Conference, Dell announced the largest consumer product line they have ever launched, with 39 products in the works. The products include include laptops, tablets, desktops, and workstations.  The interesting mention was the 10 inch Android Tablet and maybe a Windows 7 Tablet.

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DreamBook ePad F10: New Intel Windows Tablet

DreamBook ePad F10: New Intel Windows Tablet

There are more and more tablet options on the market these days. Pioneer Computers in Australia is offering up another alternative in its new DreamBook ePad F10. This sleek tablet runs on the Intel Atom processor and is ready for either Microsoft Windows 7 or Android.

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