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Tablet Articles for September of 2010Below are the 60 Tablet articles for September of 2010
Sony today announced an update to its Reader lineup of eBook reading devices, slimming them down while adding touch to the eInk displays.
At a press event help to introduce a new line of iPods, Steve Jobs today also announced two updates the the iPad and iPhone operating system, now called iOS. New[...]
Electronics company Archos has announced five new tablets set for a fall release. While the devices differ in size, functionality, and capacity, all will feature Google Android version 2.2.
The 12-inch HP TouchSmart tm2t tablet PC offers the latest Intel Core i3 and Core i5 processors, optional ATI switchable graphics for high performance HD video and gaming, and a[...]
After months of rumors and speculation, Samsung today announced the Galaxy Tab Android tablet at IFA in Berlin. While much has already been revealed about the first viable iPad challenger[...]
TabletPCReview's Dragan Petric is in Berlin this week for the IFA show, considered by many as "European CES." On the eve of the show, Samsung unveiled its Galaxy Tab Android[...]
Toshiba announced today its upcoming Android-powered FOLIO 100 tablet computer. The device will come with a number of built-in apps when it starts shipping later this year.
Over the last three weeks we've reviewed dozens of photography apps for the iPad. Now we highlight the Top 12 iPad apps for easily editing, enhancing, and sharing your photos.
The headline may be a mouthful, but it says it all. ViewSonic, fresh off its ViewPad 7 Android tablet announcement, is showing the ViewPad 100, a dual-boot tablet PC running[...]
IFA officially opened to the public yesterday, and TabletPCReview was on hand to spy the latest tablets from Toshiba and others. Despite Samsung making big news in advance of the[...]
This is probably a bad weekend to announce a new tablet, what with it being Labor Day weekend in the States and the Samsung Galaxy Tab stealing all the late-summer[...]
While Samsung's big Galaxy Tab reveal finally put to rest the spec rumors, there are still a few key details missing, not the least of which being mobile carrier and[...]
While tablets where the talk of IFA days one and two, smartphones took center stage on day three. TabletPCReviews Dragan Petric worked double duty in Berlin, covering new devices from[...]
From the rumors, the HP Zeen and Zeus tablet/printer combo seems like an innovative device. However, new details have emerged to suggest that the tablet portion may be little more[...]
Set to start shipping next month, the V200 will sport many of the features expected in a rugged tablet coupled with the new addition of a LifeSupport battery swap system.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs said the release of iOS 4.2 makes the iPad "a completely new product." Apple iPad expert Ed Hardy takes a closer look at the new iPad[...]
The Sierra Wireless Overdrive 3G/4G Mobile Hotspot allows you to create your own personal hotspot wherever you are, connecting with up to five devices at once. Sprint currently offers the[...]
IFA closed shop this week and the big news coming out of Berlin was the Samsung Galaxy Tab. However, ViewSonic, Toshiba, Archos and others made news at the event dubbed[...]
Best Buy announced today that it will be offering the Amazon Kindle on its shelves for retail sometime this fall.
Will the popularity of the iPad and other tablets truly help to drive down PC RAM prices? That's the prediction of one industry report, although experts differ over whether tablets[...]
The Kno educational tablet has secured extra captial as it continues its push towards shipments and further innovation.
Rumors regarding the next iPad are nothing new, but now they indicate that Apple is pushing hard to get their latest tablet, which may feature a front-facing camera and FaceTime,[...]
The Toshiba Libretto W100 is a Windows 7 dual-screen tablet PC released by Toshiba to honor the 25th anniversary of Toshiba’s laptop line.
Call it a large Nintendo DS or "concept" tablet, the Toshiba W100 is a mix of the tried and true spiced with unique features not found on traditional hardware. But[...]
We still want to hear from you. We want to know which devices you want to see covered on TPCR in order to make this site the ultimate source for[...]
First, the rumors indicated the Galaxy Tab will come to Verizon. Then, rumor surfaced the Galaxy Tab will sport WiMAX and run on Sprint's network. Pictures suggested it is a[...]
Despite stiff market competition and growing tablet popularity, eReader sales are on the upswing, according to the analyst firm In-Stat. According to their numbers, eReader shipments will increase from the[...]
What is it about the tablet form factor that lends itself to novel devices? The Toshiba Libretto W100 looks like a Nintendo DS but acts like a laptop. The Lenovo[...]
Acer is working on three tablets, each running Android 3.0 (Gingerbread) and will release the devices in Q1 2011. The Android tablets will ship with three screen sizes: five, seven[...]
Everyone else is getting into the Android tablet game, why not HTC, a mobile-maker known for its Android smartphones? Once again, an unconfirmed report has surfaced on[...]
Networking specialist Avaya debuted the aptly-named Desktop Video Device, an Android tablet with an 11.6-inch screen aimed at the business market that will compete with the upcoming Cisco Cius.
ViewSonic is making an early splash in the tablet market by adding the G Tablet to their slate lineup, which already includes the ViewPad 100, a dual-boot Android and Windows[...]
Following months of leaks, speculation, teaser videos, unveilings, and hands-on reports, Samsung finally revealed the final details concerning the Galaxy Tab Android tablet.
The dawn of the great Android tablets is nigh, or at least TabletPCReview readers think its coming. Maybe it's the excitement surrounding the Samsung Galaxy Tab or other tablets shown[...]
Samsung Galaxy Tab is coming and TabletPCReview was there at the rollout event in New York City to gain some early gleanings about the Tab's long-term prospects as an Apple[...]
After months of delays and a move to Android, the Lenovo U1, a tablet/netbook hybrid first unveiled at CES is finally set to ship. Unfortunately, for fans of innovative designs,[...]
Further rumors regarding an HTC Android tablet surfaced this week, including possible specs. Also, BlackBerry maker RIM filed an application for the term "SurfBook" with the Canadian Intellectual Property Office.
Behold the Mighty Zeus! Well not really. HP has ditched the mythical moniker of their once-rumored Zeus and Zeen tablet and printer combo and unveiled the Photosmart eStation, a printer[...]
RIM could announce its rumored BlackBerry tablet as early as next week at a BlackBerry dev conference in San Francisco. The tablet is said to run a new QNX operating[...]
Owners of the newest Kindle can now take an early look at the version 3.0.2 upgrade for their eReader. For a limited time, Amazon is offering use of the software[...]
When it comes to Android tablet PCs, Droid smartphone maker Motorola will be forfeiting early mover advantage to Samsung and other manufacturers, if remarks made by company co-CEO Sanjay Jha[...]
The free Kindle for Android app has added a new update, Amazon announced today.
Listen to HP, Cisco or Avaya, and theyll tell you tablet use is set to explode in the enterprise, especially in the age of the mobile workforce, just as many[...]
With popularity rising for iPads and other tablets, it isnt surprising that the devices are already making their way into education, both in organized implementations such as a new iPad[...]
The Huawei S7 is a 7-inch tablet equipped with Android OS 2.1 and a relatively fast Qualcomm Snapdragon 768 MHz processor. It comes with 3G and WiFi support and can[...]
Dell chief Michael Dell confirmed his company is working on a seven-inch Android tablet during an Oracle conference in San Francisco. Cameras were rolling at the event and the tablet[...]
Apple will push to release a smaller and revamped iPad by Q1 2011, according an industry analyst and rumors coming out of China. If true, expect the new iPad to[...]
An HP tablet PC running Windows 7 has been spotted on YouTube in a user review of the device he calls thin and "lighter than the iPad." UPDATE: In a[...]
Target Corp. announced that it will begin selling the Apple iPad in 1,743 store locations on October 3. Shoppers will be able to pick up both the WiFi and WiFi[...]
Sharp debuted two new Android tablets, one with a 5.5-inch screen, the other with a 10.8-inch display, each nicknamed Galapagos. According to Sharp, the name is "a symbol of the[...]
Kno Inc. has announced its intentions to release a single-screen tablet PC around the same time later this year as its dual-screen LCD tablet.
It's not a BlackPad, and it's certainly not a SurfBook. RIM has puts those BlackBerry tablet rumors to sleep by unveiling the PlayBook, a seven-inch tablet (1024 x 600) sporting[...]
Apple may wait until Q2 2011 to unveil the next-generation iPad, which may be thinner and lighter and the current-generation tablet, analysts at Goldman Sachs report.
This is the first in a series of round-up reviews covering cases for the Apple iPad tablet computer. We won't cover every single case design out there, but will instead[...]
Amazon certainly did not waste any time getting on the new BlackBerry tablet. The company announced that the Kindle eReader application will be available on the PlayBook tablet computer, which[...]
When Michael Dell showed off a seven-inch Android tablet at an Oracle conference, few would have thought the device was close to release. But according to Dell Greater China President[...]
In rolling out the new BlackBerry PlayBook this week, RIM co-CEO Michael Lazaridis dubbed the long-rumored device "the world's first professional tablet." And while the PlayBook sports a lengthy list[...]
The Kobo eReader returns to the market with some new and retooled features. The device will also support WiFi, a feature not seen in the previous generation of Kobo.
The new Amazon Kindle is lighter and thinner than the previous generation eReader. It also offers faster page turns and improved screen contrast. Are the upgrades enough for hardcover lovers[...]
The Amazon Kindle is an eReader with a 6-inch eInk screen and either WiFi or WiFi and 3G connectivity.