Jolla not so Jolly
Published in Mobiles
25 November 2015

Jolla not so Jolly

Trouble ahead

Jolla, which was supposed to rise from the ashes of an overcooked and badly carved Nokia, is in financial trouble.

Acer opens up Predator 8 for pre-orders
Published in Mobiles

Week late

Acer has finally opened up pre-orders for its first gaming tablet – the Predator 8.

Intel thinks PCs will come back
Published in Processors

But tablets are history

The PC will make a comeback, but the so-called Tablet revolution is history, according to the Chipmaker who missed out on it.

Tablet venders try to get specific
Published in Mobiles

Might save the Tablet industry

Tablet venders are rethinking the model away from the law laid down by Steve Jobs which decreed they needed to be big smartphones which cannot make a call.

Samsung officially announces 18.4-inch Galaxy View tablet
Published in Mobiles

18.4-inch tablet with low pixel density

After plenty of rumors, Samsung has now officially announced its 18.4-inch Galaxy View tablet.

Microsoft shows new Surface Pro 4 tablet
Published in Notebooks

12.3-inch tablet, starts at US $899

During its Windows 10 event in New York, Microsoft showed off its 4th generation Surface Pro tablet.

Google unveils new premium Pixel C tablet
Published in Mobiles

10.2-inch tablet powered by Nvidia Tegra X1 SoC

During its press event, Google has unveiled its new premium tablet, the 10.2-inch Pixel C powered by Nvidia Tegra X1 SoC and running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS.

Amazon Fire 7 inch runs MediaTek MT8127 D
Published in Mobiles

1.3 GHz Quad A7 in $49 Tablet

The latest Amazon Fire tablet and console update is powered by various MediaTek chips and the 7invh $49 / 59 Euro peaked our interest the most. 

Amazon's US $49.99 Fire tablet launched
Published in Notebooks

7-inch tablet with quad-core 1.3GHz SoC

In addition to the two new Fire HD tablets, Amazon has unveiled its newest budget tablet, the 7-inch Amazon Fire.

Toshiba Launches Affordable 10" Two-in-one
Published in Notebooks

Great, affordable alternative to Chinese tablet-laptops.

Toshiba is showing real awareness of the changing market reality and has launched an affordable two in one. The machine is very well specced, comes with a keyboard and you don't need to sell a kidney to get it with 64 GB of storage.