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.
So on Thursday we decided to give away an Asus Transformer Prime along with a Keyboard Dock and a $25 AMEX gift card to celebrate the release of Dark Meadow: The Pact for Android Tegra 3 quad-core devices. Well I'm sure everyone is eager to find out if they have won.
You know we just love giving stuff away here at DroidGamers and once again we have teamed up with nVidia as well as Phosphor Games to give away some more goodies. This time it is for a Asus Transformer Prime Tegra 3 quad-core tablet, the dock for the tablet and a $25 Amex gift card to help stock your new tablet.
We've reported on a couple cheap Android 4.0 tablets in the past week including the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 and the Ematic eGlide Prism. Today, a New York company called XTEX is getting in one the action with its new tablet called the XTEX My Tablet 7. XTEX is selling this device on its website for $149.99.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 is pretty tempting at $249, but there's another Android 4.0 tablet available that's even cheaper than that. The tablet you see here is called the Ematic eGlide Prism. It's being sold for $157.16 from Shop NBC. I'd understand if you cringed just now, but let's give this tablet a fair shake before condemning it.
So fresh off of the press is a new rumor which Android and Me are reporting on regarding the rumored Google's 7-inch Nexus Tablet that would be selling for $199 when it is released, if it actually exists. According to two reliable sources that Android and Me spoke with at MWC 2012, Asus will be the company building the device.
If you haven't noticed by now with the internet full of upcoming MWC 2012 news, this event is drawing near and the closer it gets, the more information is getting out about various Android devices whether it is through a leak or a company teasing a new product.
If you’ve been keeping count on the continuing saga of Samsung and Apple paten wars then add a point on the scoreboard for the Korean giant. According to a Bloomberg report, the Cupertino based company’s latest attempt to ban the newly redesigned Galaxy Tab, 10.1 N and Galaxy Nexus was dismissed by the German court.