LG G Pad Europe Release

LG has finally decided to lift the veil on the new G Pad 7.0, 8.0 and 10.1, after having omitted almost all technical features from the official presentation.

The three tablets are in the pipeline in Europe: the first will be the 7-inch model that might appear in some countries already this week and we will also have those from 8 and 10.1.Specific countries unfortunately have not yet been specified.

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HP Tablet 10 Features

Between the different tablet with Windows 8.1 that HP is about to launch, today’s leaked a new device that will mount Android as an operating system. About the HP Pro Slate 10 EE G1, already appeared on the website of the FCC in the variant with Microsoft OS that, judging from the first images appeared on the network, it will be slightly thicker and robust of his brothers, with lots of doors that would seem to suggest a rugged product.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 Specs

Samsung is working on new tablets. We have said several times lately, so this is not new, but rather the fact that these new models there is an old one. On GFXBench you can find the tablets SM-T477, that others do not seem but a slightly revised version of the Galaxy Tab 4 8.0, which could very well arrive on the market under the name of Galaxy Tab 5: the juice is that it is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 410SoC, which as you know is a 64-bit, although we underline that it is necessary to take advantage of different Android 5.0 really addressing.

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ASUS Fonepad 8 Italiano

After more than half year after its formal submission at Computex, ASUS Fonepad 8 arrives, or rather, starts to arrive saw that stocks appear to be very limited, in Italian stores: the tablet that wants to replace your smartphone thanks to 3 g antenna so you can use your SIM (complete with microphones and speakers for calls) is available in the white versionat a price which is around 200 euros.

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Fuhu Nabi 2 Android 4.0 Tablet

The title of this article could indeed not apply just to all you readers, but unless you have a screen over 65 “we’re still in there.

We speak of the new Android tablet (misplaced name) of Fuhu, which in the past had grappled with something decidedly targeted at smaller, in a literal sense, but this time he outdid herself.Four models: 32, 43, 55, and 65 inches, called not surprisingly Big Tabs.

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