Popular Android Tablet Reviews Articles for 2012
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is an Android tablet that emphasizes drawing and other stylus-focused features. Here, we take it for a test drive.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 is a modest update to one of the best Android tablets of 2011, complete with a modest launch price of $400. But with Android[...]
Android purists will love the Huawei MediaPad 7 Lite as it ships with nearly stock Android 4.0. Read the full review to see how it measured up in tests.
The Google Nexus 7 has arrived, and with it comes a new standard for consumption tablets: a low price point combined with high-end specs to offer the smoothest media experience[...]
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 has a lot going for it, not the least of which is a stunning Super AMOLED Plus display. So we know it's pretty. But how[...]
The 10.1-inch Iconia A510 packs a cutting-edge Tegra 3 processor from NVIDIA and other high-end features. So needless to say, it's a solid option as far as Android tablets go.
Essentially a shrunken-down version of its predecessor with only a few other changes, the Toshiba Thrive 7-inch tablet is a Honeycomb tablet offering multiple inputs, including microUSB and microSD.[...]
For the Motorola's second stab at an Android tablet, it is leaning on its Droid branding by giving us the Droid Xyboard in two sizes, a 10.1-inch Xyboard and a[...]
The trend of releasing low-priced Android tablets continues, but the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, priced $250 at launch, really stands out in the crowd. So what makes it so[...]
The Sony Tablet S may be a late arrival in the crowded Android tablet market, but it certainly stands out from the pack. Can this oddly-shaped tablet make a dent[...]
With the Stylistic M532, Fujitsu has introduced one of its first Android business tablets to US enterprise audiences, complete with a Tegra 3 processor and a 10.1-inch screen.
The Lenovo IdeaTab S2109 has some appealing features, but for the most part this Android tablet is dragged down by generally sub-par hardware and poor battery life. Learn more in[...]
The Huawei MediaPad is a 7-inch Android tablet also known as the T-Mobile Springboard that boasts a whopping 216 pixels per inch display. Does the rest of the MediaPad match[...]
Users looking for an Android Ice Cream Sandwich tablet without having to break the bank now have a solid option in the form of Acer's new pseudo-budget tablet, the Iconia[...]
Lenovo is going after the Amazon Kindle Fire with a device we've dubbed the "budget brand-name tablet." Its spec sheet is basic, but its price tag is low. Does that[...]
The Motorola Xoom is one of only two Android tablets running Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0. Considering the nearly year-old dual-core tablet is cheaper than many other Android devices, should[...]
The ZTE Optik from Sprint is a low-cost 7-inch Android tablet, just like the Kindle Fire, B&N NOOK Tablet, and Lenovo A1. So what makes this 3G tablet special? Find[...]
With the Excite 10 LE, Toshiba has introduced what it once called the "world's thinnest 10-inch tablet." But unfortunately, this tablet doesn't have much more going for it than its[...]
The Motorola Droid Xyboard 10.1 takes aim at enterprise users with 4G LTE connectivity, a business-friendly suite of apps, and capacitive stylus support. Is it worth dumping your iPads or[...]
Samsung has high hopes for the Galaxy Note 10.1, considering the 5.3-inch version sold so well. Now they've redesigned that device to make it a top-of-the-line Android tablet.