September 2011 Tablet Articles

Listed below are all of our news and reviews articles for September 2011. If you are looking for an article on a particular day or on a particular topic, you can use the menu on the right to narrow your search

Tablet Articles for September of 2011

Below are the 91 Tablet articles for September of 2011

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 Official, Features Super AMOLED Screen

Add another to the Galaxy Tab lineup as Samsung today announced the Galaxy Tab 7.7, a Honeycomb slate with a 7.7-inch Super AMOLED Plus display at IFA.

Samsung Unveils the Galaxy Note, An Android PDA

It looks like the Samsung Galaxy Q and the Samsung Galaxy Note are one in the same, as the company has added yet another portable device to its Galaxy lineup,[...]

Students Just Say No to Tablets, It’s Laptops They Need

Take a peek at any college campus and pay close attention to the students strolling from class to class. For academic year 2011, you are more likely to see practical[...]

Samsung Unveils Windows-Powered Series 7 Slate

Samsung revealed its Series 7 Slate today, a compact tablet PC capable of running full, 64-bit versions of either Windows 7 Home Premium or Windows 7 Professional.

Toshiba Announces Ultra-Thin AT200 Honeycomb Tablet

Thin must be in at Toshiba as the Thrive-maker unveiled the AT200 Honeycomb 3.2 tablet, a device the company describes as "ultra-thin and ultra-light."

Lenovo Outs IdeaPad A1 Android Tablet, Prices It at $199

Lenovo has taken the wraps off its 7-inch Android Gingerbread tablet, which the company describes as an affordable and entry level device.

ViewSonic Details Release Plans for Three New Tablets

ViewSonic has finally let the cat out of the bag by announcing the release dates (or windows) and price points for its handful of upcoming tablets: the ViewPad 10pro, 7x,[...]

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7, Galaxy Note Hands On

IFA has not officially commenced but, as was expected, Samsung has already stolen the show. The Galaxy maker revealed its lineup of new devices before the official start to IFA,[...]

PowerDVD Mobile for Android Launches on Honeycomb Tablets, Brings Media Streaming

CyberLink has released a new media streaming app for Honeycomb tablets that is now available in the Android Market.

BlackBerry PlayBook Gets $150 Price Cut

It looks like the BlackBerry PlayBook will also be getting a price cut at Best Buy.

Lenovo A1 Hands On: Both a Brand-Name and Budget Android Tablet

TabletPCReview caught a bit of hands-on time with Lenovo's upcoming IdeaPad Tablet A1, a budget-friendly gadget offering "offline GPS" and slated for an Ice Cream Sandwich Android successor. [...]

Amazon Tablet Details Emerge, It’s More Nook Color than iPad

Very specific details regarding the highly anticipated Amazon tablet have emerged, and they confirm what many had already assumed: that the Amazon Android tablet will be Amazon's answer to the[...]

Toshiba AT200 Honeycomb Tablet Hands On: The Slimmest Tablet in the World?

Toshiba turned heads with what it claims is the slimmest 10-inch tablet in the world. It is called the AT200 and it runs Android Honeycomb 3.2. After trying it out,[...]

Sony Tablet S and P Hands-On: Innovative Powerhouses

We got to spend some hands-on time with the highly unusual Tablet S and Tablet P from Sony at IFA this year, and with a few exceptions, Sony looks ready[...]

Huawei Ideos S7 Slim Review

The Huawei S7 Slim tablet is a seven-inch Android 2.2 tablet and a single-core Snapdragon processor. It slots somewhere between the budget and big-name tablets on the tablet shelf. Find[...]

Huawei Ideos S7 Slim

Huawei Ideos S7 Slim is a seven-inch (480 x 800) Android tablet running version 2.2 (Froyo) and sporting a 1GHz single-core Snapdragon processor.

What Are the Best Fantasy Football iPad Apps?

Are you ready for some fantasy football? Pigskin season kicks off September 8, so now it's time for true fans to start putting together and managing their fantasy teams, possibly[...]

HTC Jetstream Now Available at AT&T

The HTC Jetstream is now available from AT&T. The Honeycomb-based tablet can be purchased from the carrier for $699.99 with a two-year contract or for $849.99 sans the contract. [...]

Symantec Launches First Norton Security Product for Tablets

Symantec on Wednesday rolled out its first Norton security software product specifically for tablets, designed to protect Android tablets (but not iPads) from phishing attacks, malware, and physical theft. [...]

HP Orders 100,000 to 200,000 More TouchPads

HP has ordered the production of 100,000 to 200,000 new TouchPads set for a late October release, after announcing last week that it would release another batch of TouchPads to[...]

Windows Phone 7 Apps May Run on Windows 8, says NVIDIA CEO

As Microsoft continues to build Windows 8 OS, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang reveals his prediction that the new OS will run Windows Phone 7 apps in some capacity.

Seagate GoFlex Satellite Review

The Seagate GoFlex Satellite provides portable wireless storage for iOS and Android tablets. The 500GB hard drive features its own Wi-Fi connection, letting you access files and stream media, but[...]

IFA Wrap Up: Tablets, Tablets, and More Tablets

Berlin was the host to a quarter million technology enthusiasts for IFA. Attendees witnessed global premiers of numerous devices, with tablets grabbing the most headlines, though the current patent war[...]

Velocity Micro Announces 8-inch and 10-inch Android Tablets

Velocity Micro has announced its two latest Android tablets, the 8-inch Cruz T408 and the 10-inch Cruz T410, which are set to hit shelves at the end of the month.[...]

Apple iPad 3 to Have Thinner, Lighter Battery

A new report has surfaced claiming that the iPad 3 battery will be thinner and lighter than the iPad 2 battery, suggesting a thinner and lighter device.

Jetpack Joyride for the iPad Review: Best Time Waster Ever

Behold, the time-waster extraordinaire: Jetpack Joyride. Prepare to get sucked into a game that is so hilarious and addicting that it's worth every last one of its 99 cents.

ASUS Announces Eee Slate B121, Enterprise-Friendly Tablet PC

ASUS has quietly introduced a new business-centered slate to its enterprise lineup: the Eee Slate B121.

Apple Wins Ban on Galaxy Tab Sales in Germany

A German court ruled in favor of Apple once again, this time permanently banning the sale of Samsung's Galaxy 10.1 tablet in Germany.

Windows 8 Quad-Core Tablet to Demo at Build

A new report has surfaced claiming that a Windows 8 tablet packing NVIDIA's upcoming quad-core Kal-El chip will make an appearance at the Build conference next week.

Attention Catalog Shoppers: Can Google Catalogs Replace the Real Thing?

Google Catalogs for the iPad is a hub for major brand catalogs. Is it possible to 'shop until you drop' with the app? What added features does it offer? Can[...]

Acer Announces Iconia A501 with AT&T 4G

Acer and AT&T have just announced the Honeycomb-powered Iconia A501 with AT&T 4G connectivity.

Amazon Considering eBook Subscription Program

Amazon may be considering launching an eBook "streaming" service, similar to Netflix, where subscribers would be charged an annual fee for content access, according to a new report. [...]

New Details of Philly Papers’ Tablet Plans Revealed UPDATE Real Price Revealed

With the Philadelphia Inquirer and Philadelphia Daily News set to kick off a tablet integration program Sept. 13, the papers' publisher, Greg Osberg, has revealed some details of the plan,[...]

Fusion Garage Grid 10 Gets $200 Price Drop

It appears the Fusion Garage Grid 10 tablet is getting a price cut before it even hits the market.

GameStop Working On its Own Android Tablet

Electronic game retailer GameStop will be joining the tabletsphere, as the company's president, Tony Bartel, confirmed they are testing the sale and distribution of an unspecified Android tablet.

Lights, Camera, iPad! What’s the Best iOS Movie Editing App?

The next hit indie breakout may come from an iPad, thanks to the plethora of movie editing tools on Apple's tablet. So far, two five-star offerings stand out: iMovie and[...]

Microsoft Shows off Windows 8 on Tablets at BUILD

Though Microsoft BUILD is a conference for developers working on Windows 8 apps, the Redmond-based tech giant still showed off multiple tablets running the new operating system during Windows president[...]

Students Grounded with Wired Internet Have New Hope for Connectivity

It's back to school time for colleges and universities, and Connectify is offering students the ability to turn their laptops into a secure Wi-Fi hotspot with its new Connectify Pro[...]

IDF2011: Intel Shows Off Medfield-Based Superthin Android Tablet Prototype

At IDF in San Francisco this morning, Intel showed off an upcoming Android tablet based on its mobile-oriented Atom CPU, codenamed Medfield. They didn't give many details out about the[...]

WD My Book Live Gets Personal Cloud Features with Mobile App

Now owners of the WD My Book Live drive can access their stored content via a mobile device as Western Digital has released the WD 2go mobile app for iOS[...]

Apple iPad 2 Outshipping PlayBook 19:1

With RIM set to release its quarterly earnings tomorrow, a new report suggests that the company may have shipped just one BlackBerry PlayBook for every 19 iPads last quarter.

Kensington Unveils iPad Lock, But Logitech Just Wants to Rock

Logitech, the company that brought tablet owners the Logitech Joystick, has just announced two new products, the Logitech Wireless Headset and the Wireless Boombox. Kensington also introduced two versions of[...]

Snapseed for iOS Review: High-end Photo Editing on the Go

Does the world really need another mobile photo enhancement app? As one image expert sees it, yes. And at $4.99, Snapseed 1.2 can hardly be beat. Read the full review.

Samsung Series 7 Slate: Powerful, Slick, and the Best Windows Slate to Date

Windows 8 is almost here, and it may be Microsoft's great hope for making a dent in the tablet market. But if any device can make a case for Windows[...]

ASUS Eee Pad Slider to Launch by End of Month

The ASUS Eee Pad Slider, a convertible tablet with an attached keyboard, will hit the U.S. by the end of the month.

Apple iPad 2 Heading to Sprint?

Sprint could be getting its own version of the iPad 2, according to new reports.

ViewSonic ViewPad 7e Low-Priced Tablet Unveiled

ViewSonic has revealed its latest low-priced Android tablet, the ViewPad 7e.

Microsoft to Take 14% of Tablet Market in 2014, Experts Say

A new report expects Microsoft's share of the tablet market to rise 14 percent by 2014, up from just one percent in 2010.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 Shows Up on Best Buy Website

Samsung has been mighty quiet about its upcoming Galaxy Tab 8.9 Honeycomb tablet. That may soon change, however, as the Galaxy Tab 8.9 is now appearing on for preorder.

RIM Ships Only 200,000 PlayBooks Last Quarter, Price Cuts Coming?

The bad news continues for RIM in regards to its PlayBook tablet. The BlackBerry maker shipped only 200,000 PlayBooks in the last quarter, according to its financial results, and neglected[...]

Archos G9 Tablets Available for Pre-Sale Sept. 20

Archos latest G9 tablets will be available for pre-sale starting September 20 on the company's website.

What Is a True Tablet and Why Should Students Care? Readers Respond

Most students have settled into class routines by now, although the controversy and discussion over what computer is best for academic excellence continues. While most students interviewed by TabletPCReview preferred[...]

Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 Available September 22

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 Wi-Fi Honeycomb tablet will finally hit the U.S. market on September 22.

HP TouchPad Go Images Leak

A recent report leaked the first, and quite possibly only, images of the recently axed 7-inch TouchPad Go.

PowerDVD Mobile Review: Media Streaming to a Tablet Made Easy?

Streaming media between tablets, PCs and HDTVs over DLNA is still a clunky process, which is something that PowerDVD Mobile looks to change. Can this $20 app turn your tablet[...]

What Are the New Key Features in Windows 8?

Windows 8 is now available, in a developer preview mode at least, and the operating system contains over 300 new features, many of which are catered to the touch controls[...]

Possible Motorola 7-inch Tablet Spotted

A Motorola tablet sleeker and thinner than the 10.1-inch Xoom could be on the way, according to leaked images.

Apple iPad Market Share Up, Android Tablets Share Down

Apple owned 68.3% of the media tablet market during Q2 2011 with its iPad and iPad 2, according to IDC analysts, while its closest competitor, Google, only secured 26.8% with[...]

Windows 8 App and Program Download Details Emerge

Microsoft has been adamant in its claim that Windows 8 will be a universal experience across all devices. So it comes as little surprise to learn that Microsoft is encouraging[...]

Should the Drop Series Case Protect Your iPad 2?

The iPad 2 is known for being sleek, slim, and lightweight, but even the most confident user can see the design just screams of vulnerability. With this in mind, Gumdrop[...]

Tablets In Business

Tablets a Top Trend, But Management and Security Are Key Concerns Businesses are refocusing their mobile strategies and turning to tablets. While worldwide annual tablet shipments may top 120 million[...]

Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet First Look Review

While some manufacturers have carved out a niche with Windows 7 tablet PCs, the iPad is still the most popular tablet with business users. So when Lenovo extended the ThinkPad[...]

Logitech Harmony Link Transforms Tablets into Universal Remotes

Logitech, the company that is best known for its universal remote controls, has a new device that will allow you to use your iOS or Android-based tablet as a controller[...]

ASUS Eee Pad Slider Silently Slides into the Market

The ASUS Eee Pad Slider is finally available. After an announcement back in January at CES and following a string of delays, the Honeycomb-based ASUS Eee Pad Slider has hit[...]

Apple iPad, USB and SD Cards: Making the Most of a Connection Kit

Apple iPad owners are painfully aware that their tablet of choice does not have a USB input or SD card slot. However, that doesn't mean they can't take advantage of[...]

Could the Galaxy Tab Plus be T-Mobile’s New Tablet?

T- Mobile may be getting a revived version of last year's Galaxy Tab 7-inch, as images of a T-Mobile branded tablet, apparently dubbed the Galaxy Tab Plus, have surfaced.

BlackBerry PlayBook Manufacturer to Layoff 1,000 Employees

Quanta Computer, manufacturer of the BlackBerry PlayBook, plans to layoff 1,000 employees in its Taiwan plant that was contracted to produce the tablet.

T-Mobile’s One-Day Sale Offers Slates for $100 or Less

T-Mobile is having a one-day sale tomorrow, Sept. 24, where the carrier will be selling select tablets for a $100 or less.Of T-Mobile's offerings, the G-Slate and the Dell Streak[...]

Can the Logitech Joystick Turn the iPad Into a Real Gaming Tablet?

Logitech has manufactured a solution to the grievous problem of virtual d-pads: a stick-on joystick for the iPad. A great idea, to be sure, but is it worth the $20[...]

Will a Tablet Be the Star of Amazon’s Press Conference?

Those rumors about an upcoming Amazon tablet may be put to rest on September 28 when the company plans to hold a press conference in New York City. The late[...]

Blurry Motorola Xoom 2 Pictures Leak

Blurry pictures of what may be the Motorola Xoom 2 Android tablet have leaked, providing further evidence that Motorola is set to release a follow-up to the original Honeycomb tablet.

STM Micro for iPad Shoulder Bag Review

Who feels comfortable tossing their tablet in a backpack or travel bag? Who could use a travel bag built specifically for the iPad or any other tablet that offers additional[...]

More Xoom 2 Details Emerge, Media Edition Coming?

Following the recent leak of blurry images that may be the Xoom 2, more details have emerged from Motorola tipsters suggesting Moto's next Android tablet will be thinner and lighter,[...]

Barnes & Noble to Launch Another Nook Tablet

Barnes & Noble will be launching a new, more expensive tablet under the Nook name, according to the new report.

Quickoffice Pro HD Review: Bringing Office to the iPad

Although not without limitations, the iPad edition of Quickoffice is aimed at compatibility with Microsoft Office for Windows and Mac. Can this robust app turn the iPad into a productive[...]

Retailers Slash Price for BlackBerry PlayBook

It appears the BlackBerry PlayBook is getting another price cut, this time from multiple retailers.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 will Land in U.S. this Weekend

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9, the compact tablet Sammy showed off at CTIA, will finally be available in the United States on Sunday, Oct. 2.

Wacom Offers Tablet Trifecta in New Bamboo Line

Wacom has updated its Bamboo line with a trio of more affordable tablets aimed to incorporate art hobbyists and enthusiasts alike.

NVIDIA Tegra 3 Chip Surfaces in Beijing

NVIDIA's Tegra 3 chip, aka Kal-El, made a recent appearance at a Beijing-based expo inside a tablet from ZTE.

Surprise! 7-inch Toshiba Thrive to Hit Shelves in December

Toshiba has expanded its line of tablets with the addition of the 7-inch Toshiba Thrive.

Amazon Announces Kindle Fire Tablet

Amazon is the next to step up to the tablet plate, and it looks like it's trying to do it right, as it unveiled its Kindle Fire tablet at an[...]

Amazon Reveals New Kindle eReaders, Including Kindle Touch

Amazon has just unveiled its first Kindle eBook reader with a touchscreen, appropriately dubbed the Kindle Touch. But that is not the only new addition to the Kindle family of[...]

Amazon Drops Third Gen Kindle Price

In the wake of Amazon's announcement of a three new Kindles, the current 3rd generation Kindle is getting a name change and a price drop.

T-Mobile to Carry Galaxy Tab 10.1

T-Mobile has just announced that it will soon offer the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1.

Tablets a Top Enterprise Trend, but Management is a Key Concern

Businesses are refocusing their mobile strategies and turning to tablets. But new devices present new challenges for IT and decision makers. Join us in exploring the world of enterprise tablets,[...]

Motorola Xoom 4G Upgrade Starts Today

Motorola Xoom owners will finally be able to upgrade their tablets to 4G speeds starting today, according to a Verizon Wireless announcement from yesterday.

Can Amazon’s Kindle Fire and New eReaders Burn the iPad?

After managing a first-hand look at the Amazon Kindle Fire and new eReaders, the first question that comes to mind is, can the Kindle Fire succeed where other Android tablets[...]

Skype for Android Update Supports Additional Tablets

Skype has just released an update to its Skype for Android app, bringing the video calling feature to additional Android tablets, as well as several other devices.

Android Ice Cream Sandwich to Appear in most Tegra 2 Tablets

A few recent reports suggest that most NVIDIA Tegra 2 tablets will be getting the upcoming version of Android OS, known as Ice Cream Sandwich.

Samsung Introduces the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus

Samsung has just announced its latest addition to the Galaxy Tab family, the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus Honeycomb tablet.

Huawei Mediapad Headed for T-Mobile and CTIA?

A recent report has revealed some images of the upcoming Huawei Mediapad tablet that could be headed for T-Mobile.