Are you in the market for a new high-end slate? If so, Samsung has you covered.
Never one to miss out on an opportunity to hold a promotion, Amazon is in the process of gearing up for its Easter sales event. One of the standout deals so far is the Amazon Fire HD 6 tablet, that is discounted to £69, today only.
Samsung’s Galaxy Tab A (2016) that’s been rumored for quite some time is now official! The slate has been listed on the company’s German website as well as a few other regional sites.
IDC has released new data on the tablet market in India for 2015, revealing bargain focused manufacturer Datawind managed to slide into the top spot during the fourth quarter with a 20.7% share of the market. Datawind managed to almost double their shipments year over year for the fourth quarter by focusing on the sub $100 segment. According to IDC, “cost benefits through local manufacturing, free internet bundled tablets, higher online presence in Q4 2015 were few key factors which worked in favour of the vendor.”
Many of us have been updating our respective Nexus devices to the Android N Developer Preview build that Google released yesterday, enjoying the new features as the split screen and the ability to reply to messages directly from the notification shade. But, one question did keep raising its head – where and what was the easter egg? Well, it’s time to find out.
If you’re interested in a Google Pixel C, now’s the time to make a purchase. Google has cut a significant 25% off the price of the latest in the Pixel line, bringing the starting price down to just $375. That’s well within the price range of many other high-end tablets.
While many of us wait for Marshmallow to hit our respective devices, it seems that Sony has opened the floodgates for its customers with a Marshmallow update rolling out to a slew of devices. If you own any of the Xperia Z5 range, the Xperia Z3+ or the Z4 Tablet, you can expect to see your device being bumped up to Android 6.0 in the coming hours and days.
It’s bad news for Nook fans in the UK because Barnes and Noble has announced that it will stop selling its digital content in the country from March 15 . This means that the Nook Store, the Nook Reading App for Android (or iOS), and the company’s UK website will cease to operate from the date mentioned. To soften the blow, Barnes and Noble says it has partnered up with the UK supermarket brand, Sainsbury’s, to bring the ‘vast majority‘ of purchased books to the retailer’s ‘Entertainment on Demand’ service.
Dell did a pretty poor job naming the Venue 8 7000, but that doesn’t mean it’s not a solid tablet, especially at the right price. It’s got a slick design, great hardware, and a unique camera set-up that uses Intel’s RealSense tech that tracks motion, and a relatively untouched version of Android. And now, Dell has cut a significant $200 off the price of the tablet, bringing it down into a very affordable price range.
If you reside in the UK and own an Amazon Fire 7-inch tablet or Fire Kids Edition 7-inch tablet, you may want to stop using the charger supplied with the device because Amazon UK has just issued a Voluntary Recall and Exchange Programme for the adapter. The retailer has determined that there is a risk of electrical shock when the charger is removed from the wall socket, with the possibility that its assembly, or casing, may detach from the rest of the plug.
After all the excitement of MWC 2016 that saw the announcements of flagship devices such as the stylish Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge, the modular LG G5, and Xiaomi’s budget-busting Mi 5, we are back to our normal daily routine. Thanks to Samsung’s habit of releasing new devices almost every other week, though, that doesn’t mean we will be short on leaks and rumours. Speaking of which, renders of a couple of its latest low to mid-range tablets, the Galaxy Tab A 7.0 and Galaxy Tab E 7.0 have emerged.