ViewSonic has officially made the next tablet in their Android series. The ViewPad 7e is a 7 inch tablet that runs Gingerbread and makes use of SPB Mobile Shell’s home replacement app for eye candy. The specs for the VeiwSonic tables include a 1GHz processor
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The ultra thin RAZR shows it’s pricing in the inventory system at Rogers. Pre-orders of the device are already available for Canadians, with no release date being official. The inventory listing shows a pricing for the phone at $549.99 of contract and $149.99 on three-year contract. [via PhanDroid]
If you have been thinking about picking yourself up a Galaxy S II on TELUS you may want to pay attention to this one. The outright, off contract pricing for the Hercules has now been released by Best Buy, and as expected it is not cheap. The TELUS version fo the SGS2 will run you […]
Samsung has just officially annoynced that November 13 the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus will be release in the U.S. The new device will sport a dual-core CPU, Android Honeycomb, and other updates that make it a worthy successor.
As we announced earlier the Eee Pad Transformer Prime made a appearance on stage yesterday at the AsiaD conference.
This all new Android is built for Sprint’s Direct Connect network. It will be available on October 23rd and in stores November 13th. The Admiral offers a 1.2GHz processor, 5MP camera, and 3.1 inch Gorilla Glass display, housed in a body
Reports say that the Transformer 2 tablet from Asus boasts a quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 chip, measures in at 8.3mm thick. The device was shown off at AllThingsD’s AsiaD conference in Hong Kong yesterday by Asus’ Chief Executive Officer, Jonney Shih. The 10-inch device will be officially announced on November 9, The
While I am sure that Samsung and Google were trying to keep the new Nexus phone as much of a secret as possible, it seems that Samsung unveiled the device by mistake. As with any new phone launch people start to search for pages as soon as the announcement day arrives, or even before. […]
The Motorola Droid RAZR just looks stunning, from the empressive specs and great durability and still seems like it needed to be introduced with Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0).