Well it looks like the Google Nexus Tablet is going to be hitting store shelves a bit sooner than anyone expected it to according to a new report from Digitimes. In this report, the 7" Nexus Tablet for Asus has already begun shipping out, at least to San Francisco where it is now going to be officially unveiled during Google I/O 2012.
The larger brother of the Galaxy Note from Samsung has apparently quietly slipped onto Amazon for pre-orders already. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 quad-core tablet will roll on out when it is release with Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) and is apparently going to be available as soon as 3-5 weeks.
We have been watching and reporting on all the rumors about the Nexus tablet Google has been wanting to release. One rumor is that Asus would be the manufacturer that would be making the device, something that makes a lot of sense. Well it is now confirmed that Asus is indeed making the Nexus tablet.
Asus teased an Android and Windows 8 machine ahead of Computex 2012. It initially seemed that Asus was actually referring to a new partnership with BlueStacks that brings Android apps to its range of PCs. It turns out Asus does have a hybrid device after all.
Earlier this week, Asus put out a teaser video that basically told us to expect the next line of Transformer products at Computex 2012. The video also told us to prepare ourselves for May 31. Well, May 31 is today, and Asus is coming very close to blowing our minds with a device that is half Android and half Windows.
The last time we wrote about Ematic, the company was selling its eGlide Prism tablet for just under $160 on ShopNBC. Today Ematic is back with another Android 4.0 tablet, but it's even cheaper than its previous offering. The eGlide Steal will be sold for $119.95 from online retailers such as Walmart.
Asus makes some of the best Android tablets around. In addition to their quality, the Transformer tablets also carry pretty decent price tags. If you're thinking about purchasing the Transformer Prime or even the Transformer Pad 300, you may want to wait until Computex 2012 is over. It's there that Asus will debut a new addition or additions to the Transformer family.
GameStop has expanded into the mobile market even further by announcing the availability of Android tablets in more than 1,600 of its stores across the United States. There are a handful of tablet models right now, which should be enough to prevent GameStop customers from getting overwhelmed. You can also purchase the tablets online with free shipping.
Back during CES 2012 Toshiba busted out a rather large 13" Android tablet that, for the most part, was mostly just a concept product at the time. The 13" Toshiba Excite tablet at the time was the biggest Android tablet until now. ViewSonic has begun teasing a new 22" Android tablet that will be coming with Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0).
nVidia has reveal their newest platform, called Kai, which is apparently going to bring to market those $199 quad-core Tegra 3 Android 4.0 tablets we have been hearing rumors about over the past month or two. More specifically, the rumored Google Nexus tablet which has been rumored to be a quad-core tablet that will sell for $199.
Stereoscopic 3D is something you either love or hate. There really is no in-between with it. Most people find it pointless while others do enjoy it and occassionally a company will still produce and Android device with it such as the WikiPad. We have seen some good examples of stereoscopic 3D as well as horrible ones.