Posts Tagged ‘Tablet’
Nothing is looking well for Sony at the moment. The company’s very own PS Vita gaming system that went on sale in Japan a few weeks ago, and after the first week smokes cleared, the launch was seen as a success, then came the second week bad news. It now appears as if Sony is having similar problems with its first set of Android tablets, and rightly so when you take the price into consideration.
Needing an Android tablet on the cheap you say? No problem you poor bastard, we’ve got your covered. There’s a cheap little tablet that goes by the name Novo 7, by a company called Ainovo. The tablet is expected to retail for no more than $100, and the best thing is, it is coming jam packed with Android 4.0 and the likes.
Sony is showing itself to be supportive by announcing that it will update the first two tablets from the company to Android 4.0, aka Ice Cream Sandwich. Not only that, but every Xperia named smartphones released in 2011 will also get the update, how awesome is that? Unlike other companies, Sony is not out to force consumers to upgrade to new hardware to get the best of what Android has to offer.
If you are a huge fan of the Asus Transformer Prime Android tablet, then you would be happy to know that the device is a now a member of the XDA Developers forum with its own space. For those who are lost to everything, the Transformer Prime is the first Android tablet with NVIDIA Tegra 3 Quad Core processor sitting inside, nothing else compares.
Great Scot, the new Asus Transformer Prime is going to kick some serous ass, true story. The tablet that will go on sale in December is looking to take the crown as the most powerful Android tablet ever made with that sexy NVIDIA Kal-El quad core Tegra 3 processor lodged inside. This beauty of a tablet is expected to ship with Android 3.2, however, no word on when users might see Ice Cream Sandwich making rounds.
Hurrah, Amazon is ready to kick some serious ass with its tablet efforts. For the first time, it appears Apple is in for some real competition, and if Amazon can pull it off, Android might just get the boost it needs to compete with iOS in the tablet market.