Tesco Hudl 2 Tablet

Even kids today now know how to use a tablet. Some kids even learn how to use one even before they know how to read. It is for…

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Archos Neon tablets unveiled

Archos has unveiled its latest line of tablets. The Archos Neon lower-end tablets includes three models, namely 90 Neon, 97 Neon, and 101 Neon, with differences on its…

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Lenovo ThinkPad 8 tablet unveiled at CES 2014

Lenovo kicks off its CES 2014 campaign with a tablet that does not sacrifice productivity. The Lenovo ThinkPad 8 is geared towards students and professionals who take their…

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Tegra-powered Gigaset tablets launched

Gigaset may not be a familiar brand to you, but you may have used one of its cordless phones in the office. These days, the Germany-based company is…

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Tesco Hudl: UK retail chain unveils own tablet

Tesco, a leading retail chain in the United Kingdom, has been selling computers and tablets from major tech companies. It comes as a surprise that the company has…

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 gets a 2014 makeover

It weren’t just the Galaxy Note 3 and the Galaxy Gear smartwatch that Samsung introduced during this year’s IFA, the company also unveiled an updated version of its…

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LG G Pad 8.3: Bringing LG back to slab wars

It has been two years since LG unveiled the Optimus Pad with lukewarm reception. The South Korean company is done licking its wounds and is ready to get…

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Samsung tablet for kids announced

Samsung has confirmed it is set to launch a Galaxy Tab designed specifically for children. The Samsung tablet for kids, nicknamed Galaxy Tab 3 Kids, comes pre-installed with…

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New Google Nexus 7 Unveiled: Back Camera Now Included

Google has launched the latest version of its Google Nexus 7 tablet. While the tablet costs $30 more than the original Nexus 7 tablet, the latest edition comes…

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Photos of Google Nexus 7 Successor Leaked

Google has announced its press event for next week with Head of Android Sundar Pichai at the hosting helm, but it stopped short on what the company would…

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