Amazon may be about to go down to a new low in terms of prices for its Fire line of tablets. A new report says the company is planning to sell a 6-inch tablet this fall that will be priced at just $50. That's about half the cost of the current Fire HD 6 tablet, which Amazon is selling for $99.
With all of the new products coming from Motorola in the last couple of weeks, like the Moto 360 (2015), Moto X Pure Edition, and Moto X Play, it's getting tricky to figure out what's coming out when and where. Some of these have release dates, others only have windows, some are already out. Some may not even be coming to your country, and many aren't sold by service providers. We'll be reaching as far back as the spring so you can see how all the latest generations compare. With any luck, we'll straighten everything out for U.S., U.K., and Canadian shoppers.
Alcatel Onetouch is refreshing its line of affordable Pixi tablets at IFA 2015, with the introduction of the Pixi 3 (10). As the name would suggest this is a 10-inch entry in the low-cost and colorful Pixi line, and it's available in both 3G and Wifi-only variants.
The idea of a tablet playing a central role in a family's day-to-day life isn't exactly a new one. We've seen any number of manufacturers give this a shot, to varying degrees of success. Now it's Alcatel's turn, with the 17.3-inch Xess. Yes, you read that right, it's a 17-inch Android tablet. But it's also decently thought out, even if we're in the early days on execution.
After it wrapped up officially unveiling the new Gear S2 smartwatch, Samsung once again gave us a tease for a new product — this time it's the "Galaxy View" tablet. The limited views we got of the device show a big, wide-screen form factor with some sort of a kickstand or case on the back. Obviously leaving the rest up to our imaginations.
If you are looking to purchase a new tablet, and have been eyeing Samsung's latest, the Galaxy Tab S2, you are likely wondering where to pick one up. Pre-orders for the tablet began in the middle of August, and the tablet is now officially available.
Book seller Barnes & Noble is once again launching its own version of a Samsung Galaxy Tab tablet that has the company's NOOK branding. The 8-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 NOOK tablet is now on sale for $399.99.
Lenovo is updating its line of Android-powered Yoga tablets at IFA 2015, announcing the Yoga Tab 3 in two sizes, as well as the Yoga Tab 3 Pro. All three models iterate on the wedge-style design, with a rounded chamber on one edge to hold the battery, camera and kickstand (with a new push-button release) as well as give your hand a place to grip. They all offer optional LTE connectivity as well. On the software side, all three tablets are running Android 5.1, with very minimal customizations by Lenovo.
Impressive components? Check. Interesting design? Check. Quad-speaker setup? Check. Say hello to the Acer Predator 8, which was announced today at IFA 2015. Acer is going all-in when it comes to gaming hardware and the Predator 8 tablet is no exception.
We've already taken one look at ASUS' latest round of ZenPad tablets (thanks, Computex!) Now we're getting another look at them here at IFA in Berlin, and this time they've brought some accessories along for the right.
If you're new to the ZenPad (and if you've used either of ASUS's Nexus tablets, particularly the 2013 model), you know ASUS can do some good stuff. And that continues in the ZenPad 7, 8 and 10 models.
After showing off its somewhat-crazy gaming tablet, the Predator 8, at Computex, Acer is ready to put it on sale for everyone. The Predator 8 (officially the GT-810) is a gaming-focused tablet with lots of power and looks to match its branding.
If you have been looking to get your hands on Samsung's latest tablet, the Galaxy Tab S2, Sprint will begin selling it on September 3. Recently, Samsung announced pre-orders of the Wi-Fi variant, and now carriers are beginning to sell the cellular model.
After becoming available on Amazon's Fire TV products earlier this year, the Sling TV Internet television service is expanding again to include Amazon's Fire tablets as well. The service is available via an app on the Amazon Appstore for the Fire HDX 8.9, Fire HDX 7, Fire HD 7 or Fire HD 6 tablets.
AT&T will offer the DIRECTV Everywhere app pre-installed on their upcoming version of the LG G Pad 10.1 tablet. It will go on sale September 4 online and on September 11 in stores for the price of $249.99 with a two-year contract or for $17.50 a month for 20 months.
ARCHOS has announced its newest Android tablet, the Diamond Tab, which follows shortly after revealing its all-new Diamond S smartphone. The tablet, which features a 7.9-inch display, will be available in October 2015 for £179. Running Android 5.1, the Diamond Tab will be powered by a Mediatek MT8752 Octa-Core 1.7 GHz processor partnered with 3GB of RAM.
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