Looking for a large, uber-productive, robust, physical keyboard-boasting and/or stylus-supporting tablet to meet your enterprise needs? The answer to your prayers is only a couple of clicks away. How about a rugged, muscular, almost unbreakable Android slate? We have you covered there, too. Don’t want much, just ultra-fast LTE connectivity and keeping non-vital expenses to
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.
Are Android tablets on their sure way to extinction, caught in an inescapable chokehold by rapidly soaring phablets and slowly recovering conventional Windows PCs? Hard to cast a definitive verdict, but even Apple’s mighty iPads seem to be losing steam, as iPhones close the size gap. What’s crystal clear is Google-endorsed slates have trouble standing
As smartphones grow in size and affordability, and laptops shrink their prices to stay afloat, tablets find themselves in a seemingly inescapable chokehold. The textbook definition of a passing fad, they rapidly soared half a decade back at the expense of uninspired netbooks, and are now in the process of becoming obsolete as “the next
The AT&T branded #LG #GPad 7.0 with LTE can now be snatched up from eBay on the cheap, as the retailer is merely asking you to shell out $129.99 for the tablet. This is a GSM product, so it can work with any GSM carrier in the U.S. (which means networks like Sprint and Verizon
As the back to school season draws near (or revs up, depending on who you ask), students, parents and faculty nationwide enter this state of unproductive frenzy, where the quest for the ideal education and work tools seems never-ending. We’ve all been there. Just as one settles on the “perfect” new smartphone, tablet, laptop or
It’s a new day, it’s a new dawn, it’s a new week, and we’re feeling… like shopping. As we do essentially every beginning of the week, when work has that overwhelming, suffocating, hopeless vibe and you could use any distraction you can find. A spanking new powerhouse Android smartphone, perhaps a dirt-cheap backup handheld, soon-to-be-replaced
T-Mobile is not one to shy away from attractive promotions. In fact, that’s the reason it’s still quite a popular name in the American mobile industry. The carrier has now announced yet another attractive promotion where the LG G Pad 7.0 is being offered for free if you sign up with a qualifying data plan.
Although we haven’t gone through an entire “upgrade cycle” since July 2014, when we first rounded up your top ultra-affordable Android tablet options, the seven-name list from ten months ago feels dated enough. It’s time we revisited and revised it therefore, expanding the “magnificent seven” to a “grandiose ten”, as the market greatly diversified and
If you’ve ever found yourselves pet peeved by smartphone battery shortcomings, odds are tablet energy efficiency makes your skin crawl and blood boil. Generally, these laptop replacements can last longer than their larger, physical keyboard-sporting ancestors, and in many cases, they infuriate their owners far less than meager handhelds as they don’t tend to be
Must resist the urge to buy Android gear prior to the ceremonial holiday shopping season kickoff. You must do it. No matter how badly you may need a new phone or tablet, or how lucrative early deals on various retailers may look. They’re nothing compared to what’s coming, and savings currently offered are peanuts. Black
A few months ago, LG announced a trio of new, more affordable tablets. One of the models is the LG G Pad 7.0 and according to Evleaks, an LTE variant will be launching on AT&T. The LG G Pad 7.0 has a 7″ screen with a resolution of 1,280 by 800, a 1.2 GHz quad-core Snapdragon CPU,
After timidly trying its hand at tablets for the first time in eons with the compact-but-punchy G Pad 8.3, LG seems to have found its footing in the ever-growing, ever-competitive market, feeling secure enough to turn the G Pad from a one-off affair into a family of devices. Made official teased a couple of days
If you thought LG was very limited in its approach towards the tablet market with a solitary 8.3 inch tablet, we have some good news for you. The Korean manufacturer has officially announced three new tablets in the form of the G Pad 7.0, 8.0 and the 10.1. This is a leaf straight out of
After a dreadfully sluggish start to Android 4.4 KitKat updates, LG has all of a sudden cranked up its software support efforts, bringing the G2 up to date internationally as well as in South Korea, Canada and on AT&T and T-Mobile US. They’ve also began rolling out KitKat for their OG Optimus G Pro and
The original LG G Pad 8.3 with only Wifi was released a few months back, with a Google Play Edition shortly following it. Now, if you want Verizon, you’ll be able to get an LTE model of the G Pad 8.3. On March 6th, you’ll be able to either walk into a Verizon and
Who said there’s no more room for innovation in the mobile technology arena? The hell there isn’t! You just wait and see what’s coming at this year’s IFA. First held way back in 1924 (!), the Consumer Electronics trade fair will officially debut its newest edition on September 6 and wrap up five days later.
More and more information about LG’s Android tablet, an 8 inch LG G Pad, is surfacing, we might know everything there is to know about it before the expected September 4th launch. For instance, earlier today, we heard that the LG G Pad tablet would be powered by a Snapdragon 600 SoC and not so long
According to latest reports, the upcoming LG G Pad tablet could feature the quad core Snapdragon 600 chipset and not Snapdragon 800 as initially rumored. The tablet is slated to be announced at IFA 2013 next month in Berlin, so we don’t have to wait long to clear our doubts. We are certainly disappointed that
LG Bulgaria executive Dimitar Valev has made comments on LG’s future plans in the mobile world for 2014, in an interview, the executive has revealed a new Firefox OS device, smartwatch and Android phablet will be coming to the market next year. With the recent release of the LG G2, the South Korean company has unleashed