As each an every electronic producer is trying to hit Gold with Tablets, Dell has struck as well to make news with three awsome tablets, First the Lattitude ST Tab which boasts a HD 1366×7680 pixels screen along wuth a 1.5Ghz processor and HDMI Output! And then Streak Pro which has a Tegra T25 Processor and boasts the feature-laen Honeycomb along with Dell’s Stage 1.5 UI! Last but not the Least Latitude XT-3 a Convertible Tablet with Intel’s Core i-Series Processor boosted up with 4GB of Ram and Encrpyted HDD Support, These are some great piece of work by Dell expected to hit shelves in June Streak Pro will land in June, followed by the Latitude XT3 convertible tablet in July, and the Latitude ST in October.
“Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 and new Galaxy Tab 10.1: thinner than the iPad 2, dual-core power, TouchWiz 4.0”
“You know who took the iPad 2 launch pretty seriously? Samsung, that’s who. Just as we had heard, the company’s executives were impressed by Apple’s ability to slim down its tablet and, well, it turns out that it took it as a challenge to come up with some thinner tablets of its own. That’s right, in addition to theSamsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 that we have seen repeatedly teased over the last few weeks the company’s announcing a totally revamped Galaxy Tab 10.1, and both slates are incredibly thin yet very well spec’d. On top of that, both will be the first Honeycomb tablets to stray from the pure Android 3.0 experience and add what Samsung’s taken to calling its TouchWiz UX or TouchWiz 4.0 Read the rest of this entry
Rumors about this started swirling last week, but Sprint and Samsung have just made it official that theEpic 4G and Galaxy Tab will both be getting firmware updates this week that add Sprint ID, the carrier’s Android skin / theme platform first introduced on the Transform, Optimus S, and Zio last year. For the Epic, the update will also mark the return of Android 2.2 — Froyo had already made a brief official appearance for Epic owners several weeks back, but bug woes led to a quick pull and a temporary return to Eclair. Looks like the updates start rolling out today, with all current owners having access to the updates by this Thursday, the 24th. Continue reading to see the official statement!
Tablet-Giants Archos had planned to release many new tablets this IFA, but it turns out the upscale Gen 9 hardware is coming a couple months prior to the September trade show. The new Honeycomb slates are set for a June 2011 release and pack a 1.6GHz ARM A9 dual-core chip (the prospect of which should get you spec-heads drooling), up to a 250GB HDD / 32GB SSD, and a patent-pending “disruptive 3G modem” — all for €400 (about $566). Archos’attempt is steal some of the iPad 2’s thunder with its speedy processor and competitive price. Read the rest of this entry