Verizon has launched a brand new Anroid tablet with a focus on providing an ideal experience for kids.
It’s called the GizmoTab, and it’s available from both Verizon’s online store and as well as its physical stores. It retails for $ 249.99, but customers can pick one up for $ 79.99 with a two-year agreement, or $ 0 down followed by $ 10.41 per month for 24 months.
Buyers will get an 8-inch display with a resolution of 1920×1200, an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon [Read More…]
In the past we’ve steered people clear of really cheap Android tablets at holiday time. Not this year.
The Amazon Fire Tablet is both really cheap and Android, though perhaps not the Android you’re used to. There’s no Google to be found, which means no Play Store or Google Apps of any kind.
But if you go for the 7-inch Fire you’re only going to be asked to part with $ 49 of your hard-earned cash. [Read More…]
Christmas is approaching quickly and if you haven’t purchased a gift for your kid yet, Verizon might have what you need. The carrier has just released a new child friendly tablet dubbed the GizmoTab, designed for children aged 3 to 8. The GizmoTab features an 8-inch HD display (720p resolution) and a Snapdragon 617 processor
Stop complaining about specifics, this is a tablet for $ 33.
Amazon has the 7-inch Fire tablet with 8GB storage (and “special offers” ads) on sale right now for just $ 33. If that’s all you needed to hear, click right here and buy one before they run out of stock.
If you aren’t convinced right away, for 33 bucks you’re getting a quad-core 7-inch tablet that can run Android apps from the Amazon app store [Read More…]
Get ready to spend a whole lot of money on Amazon.
Amazon has kicked off its Black Friday deals, offering heavy discounts across a variety of categories. We’ve got a constantly updated list of all the best deals, but if you’re looking for Amazon-specific offers, read on.
Amazon devices Fire TV Stick – $ 39.99 – $ 10 off 7-inch Fire tablet (with ads) – $ 33.33 – $ 16.66 off 7-inch Fire Kids Edition [Read More…]
There’s another nice Android tablet coming to the U.S.
After a long period of European exclusivity, the Huawei MediaPad M3 is finally coming to the U.S.
Starting on November 17, you’ll be able to buy the 8.4-inch tablet that features some of Huawei’s best-ever tablet specs for a fairly reasonable $ 299. It will be sold through Amazon.
In his review of the tablet, Alex Dobie said that it was a great device let down by [Read More…]
Device makers aren’t flocking to release tablets like they used to. However, there are still companies who consider that launching a tablet might be beneficial for their business. Like PSB Kids, a subsidiary of American public broadcaster and television program distributor PBS, which just unveiled its first kid-centric tablet computer. The new Playtime Pad has
What are the best way to watch football on my Android devices?
With the NFL season upon us, we want to make sure you’re fully set to not miss a second of the action. We’re going to run down how you can watch the big games live from your Android phone or tablet, and keep up to date on the latest developments.
This year, CBS is streaming various for free in the United States for [Read More…]
The Android 7.0 update makes the Pixel C the best Android tablet you can buy.
Best overall The Pixel C
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We liked the Pixel C when it first arrived at the end of 2015. We thought the aluminum design was striking, even at a time where we saw aluminum and other metal devices from all the people making phones and tablets and decided the added weight (a 10.2-inch aluminum tablet [Read More…]
If you jam any modern tablet between two airplane seats, bad things are going to happen.
You don’t need to look far for reports of Samsung things catching on fire these days. In the wake of the Galaxy Note 7 recall, the media — and public consciousness — is highly sensitive to anything that looks remotely connected to that phone’s unprecedented battery woes. That’s true whether we’re talking about a completely different phone with no known issues, or a [Read More…]