Nook Tablet is the latest entry in the cheap Android tablets arena released by the B&N in an attempt to compete with the popular Kindle Fire. It’s the successor of the very popular but now obsolete Nook Color that we all used to love. Its available for only $249 and comes loaded with a 1GHz dual-core processor with a small 7-inch screen with 1024×600 resolution IPS display as well as 16GB internal storage. It comes packaged with B&N branded version of the Android 2.3 Gingerbread as well. We have already brought you a guide on how to root the Nook Read More >


Amazon Kindle Fire had an amazing holiday season with millions of units in sale bringing it to be most successful Android tablet only second to the mighty iPad series from Apple in overall standings. Of course, a lot of this can be attributed to the strong marketing, publicity and hype buildup from Amazon but the fact cannot be denied that Kindle Fire is one heck of a tablet for just $199 that you need to shell out to get your hand on it. You get a powerful 7-inch Android tablet with tightly integrated Amazon echo system with dual-core SoC under Read More >


Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime is one of the high-end Android tablets that have been released recently. It is targeted mainly at the performance tablet market rather than the cheap low cost tablets such as Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet. It also happens to be one of the first Android based quad-core tablet based on NVidia Tegra 3 (Kal-E1) SoC which is a successor to the hugely popular Tegra 2. As we reported some time ago in performance benchmarks it’s the most powerful Android tablet available in terms of raw computing power. If you happen to be a proud owner Read More >


Kindle Fire is one of the hottest Android tablets available currently available providing some of the best value for the money for the consumers looking for cheap yet powerful and capable Android tablet. Particularly those that are not willing to spend a fortune on the Apple iPad 2 or simply want something in the Android arena. Only available for $200 Kindle Fire is already selling like hot cakes although it has been said that Amazon is losing few dollars for each Kindle Fire that is sold. Its because manufacturing cost for it is slightly higher than the price-point at which Read More >


Kindle Fire is a cheap tablet released by Amazon and is in fact one of the lowest priced Android tablets that you can get these days. Its available only for $199. While the screen size is only 7-inch and might be on the small side for some people’s taste but you can’t really complain for a full-fledged tablet that costs so less that comes packed with a dual-core SoC. One of the problems for this tablet is that its so tightly integrated with Amazon echo-system. Many users will prefer the more open feel of the traditional tablets from Asus, Samsung Read More >


Yesterday, we brought you a simple method to run almost any Android app on your newly acquired Kindle Fire and also listed the currently known list of Android apps that seems to work well with Kindle Fire. No doubt that Kindle Fire is generating so much hype these days, first official tablet from Amazon that marks its entry in to a market that has traditionally been dominated by the likes of iPad. Kindle Fire does have a few tricks up its sleeves including the significantly lower price as compared to the iPad 2 and in fact can be considered as Read More >


Asus Transformer Prime has to be one of the THE most anticipated Android based tablets coming out this year. This is of course for several reasons and if the original Asus Transformer is any indication then successor is going to be even more successful because of the cutting edge software and hardware features. On the software side we know that it will be packed with the Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) – the latest & greatest from Google on the Android front. While on the hardware side things get even more exciting as we know that this will be the Read More >


HCT is traditionally known for making some of the best and most popular smartphones in particular based on the Android OS. However after great success in the smartphone arena they also decided to jump in the tablet market based on the Android. This is from which the HTC Flyer came in – a fantastic 7-inch tablet that might appeal to many users that looking for a more portable tablet with the full feature set but in a more compact form as compared to the 10-inch tablets. However, one of the things that might frustrate some people is that lack of Read More >

Windows 8

These days Windows 8 heat is all around the place on the Internet as Microsoft recently unveiled the Windows 8 developer preview build, and the availability of free download for everyone to get a personal look at the current state of the Windows 8 has worked as an icing on the cake. As you know already one of the most promoted aspects of the Windows 8 is the significantly enhanced GUI for use as a tablet OS. In particular, I am talking about the Metro interface in the Windows 8 that we have got enough of by now. Another, notable Read More >


We have been hearing a lot about the NVIDIA Tegra 3 SOC for quite some time now. NVIDIA has managed to generate a lot of hype around the possible performance prospects of its upcoming high-end processor. Of course, the main pitching point form NVIDIA is about the quad core capability of the processor, and as much as 5X performance increment as compared to the current Tegra 2 processors which had BTW became very popular, and also is integrated in countless recent smartphones and tablets from different Android hardware vendors released this year. Forbes has recently reported based on an interview Read More >

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