Just two days back HP has unveiled its first ever Tablet running on much expected WebOS named “TouchPad”. HP Touch pad, which is loaded with dual core 1.2 Ghz snapdragon processor and 1 GB of RAM, is already started...
As we reported in our post last week, finally the day comes when Research in Motion was all set to unveils company's first ever, indeed most anticipated, Tablet PC to the world. At BlackBerry Developer's conference in San Francisco, president and co-CEO Mike Lazaridis kickeed off the events with widely anticipated news: Tablet PC from RIM.
The enormous success of Apple iPad and Samsung Galaxy Tab has influenced many other vendors to launch similar Tablet Devices in cost constraint countries like India. Latest, Binatone, a UK based manufacturer of landline phones and GPS devices, has announced the launch of its Android based tablet in India today.
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.
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.
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.
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