NEC has released a press release confirming the rumored dual-screen Android tablet we reported on last week. Great news as no pictures have been released yet so we can still use the mock-up from last week which looks like a weird Nintendo DS. This will be a Cloud Communicator tablet for access from home and NEC's apparent App Market.
Today we found news that NEC will be announcing their new dual-screen Android tablet at CES in just one month. That's right, you read correctly. This will be a dual-screen tablet which could be huge for our gaming itch when it comes to the tablet market. This could get really fun and interesting with gaming!
A couple of days ago some specs were leaked out about the upcoming Motorola dual-core tablet, dubbed the Everest. Well new information has come to light regarding this great looking tablet along with the confirmation of specs previously leaked out. Also Mr. Blurry Cam decided to release some more photos of the Motorola tablets.
Great news for all you NookColor owners out there, especially if you have rooted it. Now you have a nice, affordable tablet but a bit of a pain to install stuff sometimes and no Android Market access... wait! Now you can have the Android Market on your NookColor, so you'll be able to play those games you've wanted from the Android Market.
Let the leaks begin! This time with the Motorola dual-core Android tablet, the specs and a screenshot of Honeycomb has been leaked out by some guy in Taiwan. While we can get all excited about the specs and Honeycomb, let's just remember to take everything with a grain of salt, especially when we get Mr. Blurry Cam involved.
Motorola demonstrated an unnamed (although dubbed the Everest) prototype tablet slated for sometime in 2011 featuring a "dual core 3D processor" by nVIDIA, who preps for that growing Android gaming market with dramatically improved gaming performance, likely Tegra 2 or a later variant. It also comes with Honeycomb, Android's tablet focused OS.
Atmel maXTouch sensors are used in a lot of Android products, mostly Samsung phones. Sporting the ability to handle an 'unlimited' amount of touches on the screen, these are some of the best touch sensors for Android devices and make every Android gamer's gaming experience that much better, if they are using a device with them inside.
We have some pretty sweet tablets available to us now like the Galaxy Tablet and in the near future such as the Notion Ink and it seems that Acer is getting into the game too. They are releasing anything half-assed either with their upcoming 10.-inch and 7-inch tablets that they just announced today at the Acer press conference.
Samsung Galaxy Tablet, the first real Android tablet? While a lot of other companies have released tablets using Android, the Galaxy Tablet has so far been considered the real first tablet. Available on multiple carriers, this 7" tablet is available with or without contract. Verizon just dropped one off on our doorstep so we did what any good site would do, recorded myself unboxing it!
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