If you’ve been following our website lately, chances are you’ve already purchased a tab… or ten. You’re only human after all, and probably couldn’t resist the temptation of a stellar bargain, the best 7 inch+ gamers around, the endurance champions or ultra-high-res media streamers. But there’s one market segment we haven’t tackled in a while.
HTC Nexus 9
In a Hot Deals promotion today, HTC is offering up to 50% off select devices and accessories. This includes the One M9, the Nexus 9, and even the Dot View case for the One M9. The Nexus 9 is HTC’s tablet flagship that was released in 2014 as a launch device for Android 5.0 Lollipop.
It’s all (relatively) quiet on the Nexus release front, and with a measly few days left until the Google I/O 2015 opener, that can only mean one thing. Whatever Big G has planned for the stock Android-running hardware program, we won’t be able to check out any N5, N6 or N9 sequels in the flesh
They say Android tablets are good for casual, mundane, non-straining tasks and activities like web browsing, e-book reading, unpretentious YouTube watching or music playing. For everything else, buy an iPad. Or go big and bulky, and get a Windows laptop or convertible. Unfortunately, for the most part, they are correct. The blame is split evenly
The Nexus 9 is the largest Nexus tablet to come out of Google’s stable, and it’s also the most powerful thanks to the Tegra K1 processor ticking away inside. But like the Nexus 6, the 8.9-inch tablet is nowhere near as cheap as the Nexus devices that came before it, and that makes Amazon’s $50
The LTE version of the Nexus 9 can now be purchased through AT&T in the U.S. as well. And to attract more customers to the network, the carrier is now promising to offer a $100 credit from their monthly bill. Strangely, the Nexus 9 is not directly available from AT&T in the U.S., so customers
After months of speculation, the HTC-made Nexus 9 is now official. It runs Android 5.0, which now has the official name of Lollipop. It has all of the rumored specs at the expected prices. The Nexus 9 has an 8.9″ 2K screen with a resolution of 2048×1536 and weighing 436 grams. Powering this tablet’s screen is
Just two days to go, and our best lead for a possible Google I/O 2014 headliner is crushed. Sure, the HTC Nexus 9 rumor that cropped up over the weekend could still be phony. At least in part. Namely, the part about the hottest Nexus tablet to date rolling out “sometime in Q4” rather than
We’ve already hear reports that Android Silver will be replacing the Nexus line of Google however that hasn’t stopped HTC from developing a new Nexus based tablet which will soon be released in the market. The tablet is codenamed Volantis (or Flounder) and is an 8.9-inch Nexus tablet which will probably be called the HTC