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LG's first tablet in many months is on display at the IFA tradeshow in Berlin, and we went hands-on with this mid-size Android model.
On the weekend before the September 2nd unveiling at IFA, Samsung Galaxy Tab pics have leaked online, suggesting the Android tablet could be coming to a CDMA network. Update: Add[...]
Samsung used IFA in Berlin to unveil the second-gen Galaxy Note 10.1. We got some hands-on time with this full-size Android tablet with a stylus.
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[...]
Sony's Vaio Tap 11 will come with Windows 8.1 and a clip-on keyboard. Check out our first thoughts on this upcoming model.
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[...]
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,[...]
Samsung's next tabletphone sets a high bar for the other exhibitors at this week's IFA. We go hands-on with this upcoming tabletphone.
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[...]
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,[...]
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[...]
TabletPCReview is in Berlin for IFA 2010. This year, tablets are the talk of the event dubbed "Europe's CES," with the Samsung Galaxy Tab and devices from Acer, Toshiba and[...]
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[...]
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.
The border between tablets and smartphones lies somewhere around five inches. Once crossed, large-screen smartphones become small-screen tablets, though the specific size is unclear. This is what makes the rumored[...]
Using the IFA stage in Berlin as an ideal platform to announce a slew of new products, Samsung has just took the wraps off the Series 5 and Series 7[...]
The biggest consumer electronics trade show in Europe, IFA, will open its doors in Berlin on September 2. Samsung is expected to lead with a new Galaxy Tab and the[...]
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,[...]
Contrary to previous reports, Archos has decided to release its two Gen 9 tablets prior to this year's IFA, with a slated release timeframe of June 2011.