The Toshiba Excite line of Android tablets has been refreshed with new displays and more powerful processors. The new Excite Pro, Excite Write, and Excite Pure all have hardware upgrades and Android 4.2 software to go with other unique features.
Samsung has made its new Galaxy Tab 3 device with a unique processor official. Following its track record of introducing Android tablets of varying screen sizes, Android users looking for a tablet with a 10.1-inch display now have a new option in the Intel-powered Galaxy Tab 3 10.1-inch.
Though it also introduced the Galaxy Note 8.0 and a 7-inch Galaxy Tab 3 model in recent months, Samsung has already added the Galaxy Tab 3 8-inch to its slate of devices. What makes this tablet so special?
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 will depart from the ARM-based processors that appear in virtually every Android device and instead employ an Intel chip. Samsung's been believed to switch things up, and new reports back up those rumors.
Barnes & Noble is making an adjustment that will see the introduction of Google Play, and the more than 700,000 apps currently available in the biggest Android app store, available on its most recent tablets.
Samsung today announced that it's not quite done with its tablet portfolio. Though the company recently began selling the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 and it's 8-inch display, it will soon add the 7-inch display of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 to its portfolio.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 is the first Android tablet to meet Samsung's in-between niche for its S Pen feature. The Note 8.0, which is smaller than a full-sized tablet but bigger than a large phone, will make its U.S. debut later this week.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 has arrived to fill the gap between Samsung's smartphones and larger screen tablets. Packing a quad-core processor and S Pen features found in the other Galaxy Note devices, Samsung's latest tablet is out to compete with the iPad Mini.
ASUS already has a PadFone that can be a Android phone or a tablet when connected to a smartphone accessory, but the company today announced the Fonepad, an Android tablet that's capable of making phone calls without any add-ons.
An HP Android tablet? Yes, it's more than a rumor that makes sense; it's now officially happening with the release of the HP Slate 7. HP confirmed that its second foray into tablets will feature Android 4.1 software rather than its own webOS.