As the CES 2011 is going to kick-off today, companies like HP, ASUS, LG, Samsung, Toshiba and probably few more are ready to rock with their latest gadgets, technology, innovations and productions. However, it will be tablet devices which...
After a long roller-coaster ride, finally LG is all set to join much-hyped tablet market. As per the sources, LG can unveil its first ever tablet - LG Optimus Pad - this week at CES. LG has confirmed that...
Yesterday, Samsung has launched its tablet device “Galaxy Tab” in India with the expectation of overwhelm response from India customers. There is no doubt in the success of tablet devices in Indian market as Apple’s iPad is already going...
If you are among the ones who are enthralled with the Samsung’s latest bet in Tablet market – Samsung Galaxy Tab – but still struggling with your own mindset towards its features, then you must be thankful for Samsung for this video – probably one of the most enhanced and detailed video overview of any Tablet yet.
RIM can officially jump into the Tablet device market next week by launching its first ever Tablet with new OS. As reported earlier, Company is already working on such device which has been named as "BlackPad" similar to Apple's iPad. Th new device will be ready to go for sales as early as end of this year.
Samsung has decided to take Apple's iPad on its own turf for the launch of Galaxy Tab - a 7 inch touch screen tablet device which Samsung announced few weeks back. Samsung has cracked the deal with four carrier in U.S. to launch its much awaited "Galaxy Tab" tablet device during the upcoming holiday season.
Intel IDF 2010 can't have better sign-off than this - Launch of Dell Atom Powered Inspiron Duo - 10-inch Tablet running on windows 7 - ability to turn into a Laptop. Amazingly Dell's new baby satisfies the need of users of laptop as well Tablet Device by swiveling the screen of the laptop from within the frame. A 10-inch touch screen tablet, houses a Dual Core Atom N550 and runs on Windows 7 premium.
As companies are aiming to grab the chunk of fast-growing Tablet device market, spearheaded by Apple's iPad, it's time for Toshiba, a Japanese Electronic device manufacturer, who has decided to fight for the share in Tablet device market following to Samsung, Microsoft, RIM and LG.
Finally the suspense over the Samsung's tablet PC comes to an end after company has spilled the details about its first tablet computer: "Galaxy Tab". The new baby from Samsung inherits some of the great features which are either similar or missing in its nearest competitor "iPad" from Apple. In a press conference at Berlin, company has announced its roll out plan with Vodafone.
Samsung Electronics is poised to unveil its first tablet PC offering at the IFA electronics show in Berlin, Germany early next month. The rumored nickname for the new device is the “Galaxy Tab,” a la the company’s new Galaxy S smartphone series. Moving further, Samsung has released a teaser video for its upcoming Android based Tablet yesterday.
The war of Tablet PC market is showing no sign of slow down. After enormous success of Apple's iPad, companies are gearing up to reserve their Tablet market share and as a result, many Tablet were announced in last few weeks by Microsoft, RIM etc. Now it's LG electronics who jumped into the competition with an open challenge to Apple and much of worries for others.
Dell's new Tablet Device "Dell Streak" is all set to launch in US on 12 August with new price tag. A 5 inch tablet device, with a price tag of $299 with 2 years contract of At&T or unlocked edition at $549.99 will challenge Apple's iPad, RIM's BlackPad and Microsoft's Tablet PC ( Yet to be launched) with its smaller offerings and low price.
Apple's overwhelmed success of iPad has pro-activated many other players. In last couple of weeks, market expectations have been raised as many companies announced few upcoming products like BlackPad from BlackBerry and Microsoft. Adding joy to competition, an Indian company EC Media (international) Pvt. Ltd has announced another eBook Reader keeping Indian contribution to IT intact.
It's not many days over when Apple did sense future dent in its unchallenged iPad territory by other competitors like Microosft & HP. Before Apple start working on future strategy to avoid any pie to share, BlackBerry makes it further more difficult by announcing "BlackPad" - a BlackBerry Tablet PC which will be launched by November this year, according to a latest Report by Bloomberg.