It is unsurprising that Android still leads the IDC ‘s latest forecast for tablet shipments. The market intelligence expert, however, is making several predictions that could somewhat change the face of the tablet market come 2017. Compared to 2012, tablet shipments are expected to reach 221.3 million units this year.
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The retail availability of the rather intriguing, if not schizophrenic, ASUS Transformer Book Trio might soon be a reality. The device has twice been spotted making its way through the FCC, first in September and then last week for a quick change in one of its components.
HP originally unveiled the Slate 8 Pro and Slate 7 Extreme back in September. That announcement also included the Slate 7 HD and Slate 10 HD
Not long ago, people considered tablets to be a passing fad that would quickly fade away like the short-lived netbook. Now, almost everyone is spitting out tablets like crazy.
Lenovo unveiled a pair of tablets a few weeks earlier.
ASUS has revealed that owners of its odd yet interesting ASUS PadFone smartphone/tablet hybrid will eventually be receiving Android 4.4 . But while this won’t take place until the middle of next year at the latest, it will, at least, cover both variants of the device.
It seems that HP is quite in a rush to get out an affordable tablet that will try to endear itself to budget-conscious buyers this coming Friday. Teaming up with Walmart , the PC maker will be selling the 7-inch Mesquite tablet with a very low price and somewhat low specs. As far as 7-inch tablets go, the HP Mesquite is quite mediocre
When you reach for a device, is it your tablet or your laptop? Most of us would say tablet, and research suggests that trend is only going to continue. Canalys research suggests that in 2014, tablets will continue to outpace the PC market, and comprise half of non-smartphone purchases.
Ematic has announced their latest 7-inch tablet, the EGQ307. This one is touted as being their “most powerful tablet yet” and is powered by a quad-core 1.5GHz processor. The tablet is running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and as we often see coming from Ematic, a big focus of the EGQ307 comes in regards to pricing