Pre-orders for Samsung’s Galaxy Tab E are said to open May 6th on AT&T.
Amazon’s tablets are cheap. We all know that. The company cuts corners with hardware and just pushes its online store in a locked ecosystem. Rather than making a profit on hardware sales, Amazon relies on whatever apps, games, movies, television shows, and magazines you buy frequently. It’s just that sometimes the experience suffers, but customers have proven to the world that cheap tablets attached to Amazon’s ecosystem are here to stay.
For a limited time, the company’s cheap tablets are even cheaper.
In previous weeks, we’ve seen Sony push the Marshmallow update to its Xperia Z5 and Z3 range of devices, as well as the Z4 Tablet. One device that was missing from the list, though, was the Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact that was still laboring away on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. Until today, that is, because the Marshmallow update is now available. Read more
It’s likely that you’ve never heard of CHUWI, but the company’s new Hi12 Stylus is worth knowing about. This hybrid is a laptop and a tablet, runs two operating systems, and supports a stylus.
Designed to be “the perfect 17-inch accessory for the kitchen,” Alcatel’s 17-inch tablet, the Xess, will be available for pre-purchase April 22.
By now, Talk Android Deals is a familiar section of our site. It’s the place where we can save you a lot of money on high-end products and services. Saving money is great, but not spending any money at all while getting the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 is way better. We’re hosting a giveaway right now on Talk Android Deals that will have one very lucky winner receiving Samsung’s flagship tablet for no cost at all.
Let’s send you a Galaxy Tab S2 for being so loyal to Talk Android.
What does a company do when they get burnt out on making consumer electronics? That’s right, they build giant robots. It’s happened to tons of companies in the movies, so it was bound to start happening in real life, too. Right? Read more