Tag Archives: Android 3.2

ZTE V66 tablet finds its way through the FCC

It looks like ZTE may not just be aiming for Sprint when it comes to launching new tablets. According to a recent FCC filing, the manufacturer is also planning on bringing a new 7-inch tablet to Verizon’s airwaves as well. The tablet is known as the V66 right now, but we imagine that that will change by the time it lands on Verizon’s shelves. As for… Read more

Pantech Element for AT&T now available

While Verizon is busy launching three versions of the same device, AT&T has released the first Android-powered tablet from Pantech on their network. The Element is a water-proof device that was released on Sunday, January 22nd, and it is available now across all channels. The Pantech Element is an 8-inch device with a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, a 5MP… Read more

HTC Flyer rumored to receive Ice Cream Sandwich update some time in first quarter

We are big fans of customer service representatives, because there’s a level of help that these folks are required to give you, and then there’s the level that some of them out there will go to to make sure that you’re a happy camper. We’ve heard in the past as customer service representatives have outlined a planned update to a device, but it seems about… Read more

Acer Iconia Tab A200 now available for purchase at Best Buy

The Iconia Tab A200 by Acer may not be the most high-end tablet out there, but it’s certainly not the worst, either. And for a price tag listed at Best Buy of just $349, the 10.1-inch slate has the potential of popping up on anyone’s tablet radar, if they happen to be in the market. The Iconia Tab A200 features a 1GHz dual-core Tegra 2 processor under… Read more

WiFi Motorola XOOM now receiving Ice Cream Sandwich update

Ice Cream Sandwich has already been sent out to testers of Motorola’s XOOM tablet, but if you didn’t happen to be in that particular pool of interested candidates, it looks like your time has finally come around. Motorola has confirmed that they are now officially pushing out the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update to the WiFi-only tablet. There are… Read more

ASUS Transformer Prime listed at HH Gregg for only $400

The Transformer Prime is now out and about, and in most retail locations you’ll notice a price tag that lists the quad-core tablet for $500. That’s the normal price, so seeing a tag like $400 is pretty exciting. Of course, if you’re someone who doesn’t like to buy things online, you’ll have to find an HH Gregg location to get your mitts on this device for… Read more

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 with WiFi heading to Canada

Yesterday, at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Samsung announced that the Galaxy Tab 7.7 with LTE would be heading to Verizon’s network sometime in the near future. Of course, that never meant that a non-LTE version would be available in other markets. Mobilesyrup is reporting this morning that the WiFi-only version of the tablet will be making… Read more

Pantech Element for AT&T hands-on at CES 2012

We’ve seen the Pantech Element a couple of times in the past, but AT&T and Pantech were more than happy to showcase the waterproof device at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Our dear friends at PhoneDog were able to get their hands on the device and play around with it for a bit, which they were nice enough to record. The Pantech… Read more

Toshiba Excite X10 hands-on at CES 2012 by PhoneDog

During their time at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, PhoneDog managed to get their hands on the recently announced Excite X10 Android-powered tablet from Toshiba. The manufacturer is marketing it as one of the thinnest tablets out there, and after some hands-on time with the device, there’s no arguing how remarkably thin it is. Go ahead and… Read more

Toshiba Excite X10 tablet launching first quarter in the US

There’s no doubt that Toshiba has taken their time with the Excite X10 Android-powered tablet. The company originally unveiled the device way back in September, and has kept quiet about the device since then. That changed late last night, though, as the company has finally spilled the important details regarding the super-thin tablet. Toshiba unveiled… Read more