In late January, we got our first look at Samsung's educational tablet ambitions, with the company taking the wraps off its Galaxy Tab 4 Education. Samsung announced at the time that it would be available to channel partners in April, following this up yesterday with the official availability notice.
If you like the idea of being able to swap out the components in your smartphone for different or better ones, you'll soon have the option of doing the same with your tablet. Entegra Technologies has taken the wraps off its Crossfire Pro, a tablet with components that can be swapped out to add different functionality to the system.
Asus is prepping an addition to its MeMO Pad tablet lineup with the ME176C, an Android slate that has leaked in full on the Ukrainian website ITC.ua. In addition to a complete gallery of what is said to be the tablet, a list of specs have also surfaced detailing, among other things, a Bay Trail processor.
Zagg has launched the first of three tablet cases designed to fit nearly any Android tablet available, whether a name-brand slate or a generic device from an unknown company. In addition, the Auto-Fit is spring-loaded and hinged, allowing the tablet to be adjusted like a laptop display.
It has been a touch over a month since Microsoft released Office for iPad, and over the past 33 days users have been vocal about the various changes they'd like to see made. Following this, Microsoft has announced the first update for the software today, bringing about some of those most requested features.
The Lenovo Thinkpad 8 tablet we recently reviewed is a solid Windows slate, but one that -- given its size -- isn't up to the task of more demanding business use. Lenovo apparently plans to fill that void with a larger Lenovo ThinkPad 10 business tablet that has shown up on its Australian website.