The Samsung Galaxy Note Pro has a desktop-inspired interface thanks to tools like Multi Window and the new Magazine-style layout. The Android tablet with a 12.2-inch HD display also has a laptop-inspired price.
Thursday will see the debut of the LG G Pad 8.3 Android tablet as 4G LTE device in the US. Previously seen as a Wi-Fi capable device, the G Pad 8.3 will launch on Verizon Wireless's LTE network beginning March 6. Initially, the tablet will cost only $99 on a two year contract, but that price will double to $199 beginning March 10.
Like most people who reviewed the Lenovo Yoga Tablet last year, I thought the device had a spectacular kickstand that enabled new media modes but was disappointed by the screen quality and processor. Lenovo has addressed both of those issues with the announcement of the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 HD+.
The latest Sony Android tablet has a lot in common with the latest Sony Android smartphone, so it makes sense that it's called the Xperia Z2 Tablet.
Samsung has a history of mocking Apple products as a way of trumpeting the value of its devices. The new Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 commercial is the latest commercial to follow that trend. Watch both videos here.
The Google Nexus 7 debuted in July 2013. Quick math should tell you six months have passed since then, but Verizon Wireless has not made the Android tablet available until this week. The anticipated arrival will finally come February 13 when Verizon begins selling the Nexus 7 (32GB) for $349.99 when purchased off contract or $249.99 with a two-year agreement. The 4G LTE-compatible tablet can be added to a Share Everything plan for $10 per month when purchased online or in Verizon stores starting this Thursday.
HTC made the very first Nexus, but Google has chosen Samsung, LG, and ASUS to co-develop multiple Nexus devices without once returning to HTC. That may finally change later this year as HTC is rumored to be developing a "high-end model of the Google Nexus tablet line."
The Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 and the Galaxy Tab Pro series of devices that Samsung unveiled at CES 2014 will make their US debut next week. Samsung today announced plans to begin accepting pre-orders for its latest line of tablets, and they come with hefty price tags.
It took time for me to wrap my brain around the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro and the Galaxy TabPRO 12.2. I see tablets as mobile devices, but there's very little "mobile" about the prospect of a tablet this large. The software and use case might change your opinion on that matter.
Samsung today at its CES press conference announced a set of new tablets running Android. The long-rumored Samsung Galaxy Note Pro, with its 12.2-inch display and S-Pen, leads the pack. The Galaxy Note Pro is the largest tablet Samsung has made to date, and it features a WQXGA (2560 x 1600) resolution.