Anyone in the market for a new tablet, especially one that's supposed to have a 12.2-inch display, will probably be able to have that once the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro arrives at AT&T next year.
Samsung and HTC were the first companies to release versions of their popular smartphones running plain versions of Android through the Google Play Edition program. That has extended today with the announcement of the first GPE tablet, the LG G Pad 8.3.
Though the Android-powered Yoga Tablet doesn't drastically change form factors like the Windows-based hybrid, it does feature a design to convert into more useful positions. Here's a look at the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 8, the most interesting tablet seen in a while.
The LG G Pad 8.3 is the first Android tablet that LG has made in a long time, and anyone thinking of giving the device a chance should head over to Newegg to purchase it. Newegg has the tablet available for a limited time with a $100 discount.
US retailer Staples has started its Black Friday deals early with a one-day promotion that will cut the price of tablets by $50. The deal excludes Apple products, so it?s of no use to iPad buyers, but someone eyeing a Nexus 7 can get a 16GB model for as little as $179. Someone looking to purchase a Samsung Galaxy Note 8 for only $299. This is a limited time offer that ends today, November 27, 2013. Details are available at Staples
Anyone contemplating purchasing an Android tablet as a gift for someone, or even for personal use, might want to consider the Nexus 7. A new offer from Google might entice them even more than the device's standard praise.
As promised when the firmware was first unveiled in October, Google has begun delivering the Android 4.4 KitKat update to its Nexus tablets. Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 owners can now download the latest version of Android right now.
LG's return to the tablet market is official now that the company has launched its G Pad 8.3 in the United States. The Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean tablet is available today and may have the specs to raise more interest than previous LG devices.
Sprint will soon add the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 to its lineup of devices that are available on its 4G LTE network. The new tablet will go on sale later this week for a temporary price that's much lower than what tablets typically cost.
The Amazon Kindle Fire line is due for a refresh and Amazon has given the Kindle Fire HD an upgrade to a new Snapdragon 800 2.2 GHz quad-core processor, an HD display, and an updated version of its Android-based Fire OS software. Here's the new Kindle Fire HDX.