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Best Android tablet for work
[October 7, 2022 – 10:24 pm]
Best Android tablet for work

Tablets have rapidly emerged as one of the most in-demand personal electronics items. By providing the portability of a smartphone along with some of the more robust functionality users expect from a laptop, tablets make great productivity tools. Many business professionals who spend time outside of a traditional office setting find that tablets are the best choice for an on-the-go computing tool. Android, a mobile operating system (OS) from Internet giant Google, has several version iterations and includes many desirable features. Business professionals should get to know the…


Nabi tablet reviews
[August 18, 2022 – 09:26 pm]
Nabi tablet reviews

Until recently, kid-friendly tablets have been held back by cripplingly slow hardware and half-hearted ecosystems built for children. The original Fuhu Nabi Kids Tablet was no exception. Fuhu has learned something the second time around, and has made great strides with its successor, the Nabi 2 ($199.99 list). Powered by a quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 processor and preloaded with plenty of compelling children s content, the Nabi 2 is fast, responsive, and a joy to use. It bests the other kid-friendly tablets we ve tested, but it s also a great full-featured Android tablet that has…


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Asus Android tablet reviews
[August 3, 2022 – 09:17 pm]
Asus Android tablet reviews

Asus ZenPad 10 cheap tablet review The ZenPad 10 has a low price, a nice design, a UK keyboard, great sound, microSD support and okay battery life on its side, but it’s also slow and running old, bloated software. It can’t stand up to the best Android tablets, but at just under £200 it may well do the job. Let’s have a closer look at the Asus ZenPad 10 ZD300C. Also see: Best cheap tablets 2016. Asus ZenPad 10 review: Price and UK availability There are two variants of the Asus ZenPad 10. The Z300C is simply the tablet, while the ZD300C reviewed here comes with the AudioDock…


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Dragon Touch tablet review
[July 19, 2022 – 08:56 pm]
Dragon Touch tablet review

Budget Android tablets are usually a hit or miss proposition and the Dragon Touch Y88X Plus missed on several levels. Read on for the full review of the Dragon Touch Y88X Plus. Dragon Touch Y88X Plus Specifications Google Android 4.4.4 (KitKat) 7” IPS Screen 1024×600 Quad Core 4 x 1.3 Ghz 8 GB storage, 512MB RAM Dual Camera, 2.0MP rear Wireless N (802.11b/g/n), Bluetooth G-sensor What’s In The Box Tablet AC Adapter USB Cable User Manual Design The Dragon Touch Y88X Plus is about as basic as it gets when it comes to design. There’s absolutely nothing thrilling about how this…


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Android 12 inch tablet
[June 24, 2022 – 08:46 pm]
Android 12 inch tablet

Both the Slate 8 and Slate 12 are running KitKat and include a handful of pre-installed HP apps. Though HP is marketing them as business-ready tablets, that s primarily because HP is ready to sell you an entire ecosystem of business accessories if you want them — otherwise, they re fairly standard tablets. The other standout feature of these tablets is that they re bundled with HP s new Duet Pen, which allows you to write on any surface and have that writing automatically appear on your tablet. The two tablets are fairly expensive for the Android world, with the Slate 8 selling…


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Android 4.1 tablet review
[June 19, 2022 – 08:43 pm]
Android 4.1 tablet review

I ve been salivating at the thought of getting a Nexus 7 for quite some time, as I really just wanted to test out Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Do you remember when the 3DFX Voodoo Banshee video card came out, and it arrived with Half-Life: Day One? I was one of those people that literally rang every single retailer in my state (this was really pre-Internet) to get my hands on it. When I want something, I want it bad. This is how I felt with the Nexus 7. I didn t want a review sample of the Nexus 7, I wanted my own, so I purchased one last week and I have been having the time of my…


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Fire tablet review
[June 9, 2022 – 08:41 pm]
Fire tablet review

Amazon s new Fire HD 8 looks a lot like last year s Fire HD 8, but there are a few key differences, the biggest of which is the new lower price tag. Much lower, in fact: $90 or £90. (It s not available in Australia so far, but the US price converts to about AU$115.) By comparison, the similarly sized costs $399, £379 or AU$569 and the costs $269, £239 or AU$369. Both now start at 32GB capacities, but you could literally buy three or four Fire HD 8s for the price of once Mini. The previous generation Fire HD 8 started at $150 (£130 or AU$215). That model came with only 8GB of…


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Google Android tablet 4.0 review
[May 15, 2022 – 07:14 pm]
Google Android tablet 4.0 review

Android Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) marks a major change for Android smartphone owners lucky enough to receive the upgrade. As Google has outlined and demoed on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, ICS is a major leap for Android design and navigation, and just short of a major overhaul. The good news for tablet owners is that just about every major dual-core Honeycomb tablet released in 2011 and early 2012 will also receive the update, which was designed to unify Google’s tablet operating system, Honeycomb (3.x), with its smartphone offering, Gingerbread (2.3). At the time of this review…

Dell Android tablet review
[April 20, 2022 – 06:34 pm]
Dell Android tablet review

As a Guy Who Reviews Android Devices™, I ve been faced with a strange sort of conundrum lately: When someone asks me to recommend a 10-in. Android tablet, I haven t had a good answer. Sure, there are plenty of options out there. But it s been quite a while since there s been one that s stood out for being really great . Most of the contenders come with at least one serious caveat, be it chintzy construction, less-than-perfect performance, or software that makes you want to strike yourself with the nearest blunt object. And suffice it to say, those kinds of things take significant…

Tablets reviews
[April 15, 2022 – 06:28 pm]
Tablets reviews

The Little Monoprice Graphics Tablet that Could They have a reputation for making good stuff, cheap, including graphics tablets. But, on those, I never bit. When reviewing the Yiynova Cintiq alternative, I researched all of Wacom’s competition, learning that those 1st gen Yiynovas used a Waltop digitizer (digitizers being the flat hardware panel that interprets pen movement and translates it onscreen). I decided to buy a Monoprice stylus to see if it would work on a Waltop digitizer. It didn’t. This roused my curiosity. If the Monoprice wasn’t a Waltop based tablet, what was…

Pendo Pad 7 Android tablet review
[December 31, 2021 – 05:01 pm]
Pendo Pad 7 Android tablet review

Remember the HP Touchpad and the that sent the otherwise middling tablet flying off of shelves? Now nearly two years later, quality tablets are beginning to approach that sweet-spot price for impulse shoppers. The Hisense Sero 7 Pro is, by most standards, a merely average small-screen tablet. Some may lament its now aging Nvidia Tegra 3 processor or modest build, but its $129 (list, 8GB) price cannot be denied. That s less than the already-solid value offered by the Asus MeMO Pad HD 7 , and if you re not willing to shell out $200 for a cutting-edge Google Nexus 7 , the Sero…

MID Android tablet review
[December 16, 2021 – 04:41 pm]
MID Android tablet review

Earlier this year, I reviewed an inexpensive Android-based tablet PC (LY-706 Tablet Pad Netbook) for the 2011 Geek Gift Guide. If you read the review, you will see that I was not impressed by that device. Well a representative of the distributor (Focalprice) responsible for importing the device to the United States, suggested I try a more expensive and full-featured tablet PC. Specifications Distributor: Focalprice Product: RAMOS MID W9 Android Tablet Operating System: Google Android OS V2.1 Max RAM Support: 32GB, 8GB tested Graphics: Integrated Graphics Display: LCD at 800…

IPad v Android tablet review
[November 26, 2021 – 04:36 pm]
IPad v Android tablet review

Such is the huge growth in popularity of tablets over the past few years that there are now vast swathes of possibilities for a would-be buyer. In this article we’ll try to make things a bit simpler by taking many of the top models in different size categories and exploring what makes them worth your hard earned cash. The test is broken down into three sections which focus on large, around 10in, small, 7in, and dedicated children’s tablets. Before we begin though here are a few helpful tips that could make deciding on your tablet a little easier. We have reviews of the best…

IPad VS Android tablets
[October 12, 2021 – 06:12 pm]
IPad VS Android tablets

Security always starts with a solid foundation – for tablets, this means each mobile device and operating system’s security architecture. The Apple iPad employs various system security measures to ensure tablet integrity, including a secure boot chain (verifies bootloader, OS kernel, and firmware authenticity), system software personalization (prevents OS downgrade), application code signing (prevents execution of code not reviewed and signed by Apple), an encrypted file system that maintains strict separation between user and OS partitions, and application sandboxing (stops…