The seven-inch Nexus could be a big rival to the top-selling Apple device which starts at around £400.
Another machine that only cost $199 is going to take on with the best selling iPad which starts around $499.
The Nexus which only measures 7-inch, much smaller than iPad, could be a good rival to Apple’s tablet. The new machine is said to be equipped with a powerful computer chip and will have the latest version of the Google’s Android OS which has been a great success for the millions of smartphones all over the . . . → Read More: Google’s Nexus Tablet for $199 Takes on iPad
A picture apparently exhibiting ASUS‘ 7-inch Eee Pad tablet, allegedly set to launch at CES 2012 in a few days, has appeared, together with ideas that the scaled-down slate can borrow the removable battery-keyboard form-factor from the Transformer Prime. The picture, captured by NotebookItalia, reveals a machine quite definitely in step with the Prime’s aesthetic, and much different from what we have witnessed from the Eee Pad MeMo also anticipated within this month.
Nonetheless, it is uncertain whether ASUS promises to bring 2 units [the 7-inch tablet and 7-inch MeMo] to CES, or whether or not . . . → Read More: Photos of 7-inch Eee Pad Tablet Leaks
A narrative proposal: Hide a smartphone inside the back of a tablet, and you could have the best of both worlds. That is what Asus has done with its PadFone, snuggling its latest Android smartphone into a docking bay in the back of its bigger-screened tablet companion, full with a little door that closes behind it, storing the handset secretly.
This may remind us of the Motorola Atrix 4G smartphone. Yet, it is not fairly similar, because Atrix plugs into a laptop-like buddy, containing a keyboard and screen.
At this moment, details of the configuration are . . . → Read More: Asus PadFone Tablet Has a Smartphone Hidden Inside It