Le Pan is a name you may not know but you really should. We have received so much feedback on our review of the original Le Pan TC970 tablet and our unboxing video is one of our most viewed videos on our YouTube page. The Le Pan tablets are really powerful and great tablets. There are so many Android tablets out there it is really hard to decide which one to get, especially with all of these larger brands shoving their overpriced and underpowered tablets down your throat. The Le Pan II is much improved over the original Le Pan tablet with a faster processor, more memory and it runs Android 3.2 with a free upgrade to 4.0 when it becomes available. Let’s take a look at see what the TC979 is all about.
Today we have a really cool unboxing video for you! We are taking a look a the Le Pan II TC979 Tablet. A little while ago we reviewed the TC970 from Le Pan and now we have their new version of the tablet. This new tablet has the same form factor and design but features a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of memory, 9.7-inch screen, 8GB of storage, 2-MegaPixel camera, WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS. This version of the tablet runs Android 3.2 and is upgradable to 4.0 when it becomes available. Read on to check out our unboxing and overview video!
I got into the Steam for Android beta and thought I would share some screenshots with our readers! The interface is pretty slick. I’m a little annoyed that it feels more like an iPhone app than an Android app, but hopefully it’ll improve in future versions.
Upon sign-in, the user is presented with their friends list and can start a chat with anyone who is online.
Home products maker Homedics’ Sharper Image and HMDX brands of audio products this year are focusing on Bluetooth-enabled products in order to win over the growing number of Android users whose primary method of audio playback aside from the stereo jack is Bluetooth. ThinkComputers’ Colin Dean speaks with Anthony Koperski in this video interview about the various mobile and stationary speaker products they were showing off this year.
Our focus this year for the Sony booth was the Japanese electronics giant’s new line of Android tablets. The Tablet S is a 9.7″ tablet with a unique wedged edge developed as the result of rigorous user testing and feedback. The wedge helps the user better balance the unit by shifting weight to one had without increasing the overall weight of the device. The Tablet P is Sony’s newest design, a clamshell tablet with dual screens. For both, Sony used screen designs from its line of televisions in order to deliver the highest quality viewing experience. ThinkComputers’ Colin Dean speaks with Sony’s Otis Gates about this line of tablets.
A company that sparked my interest was a new app called Shodogg. Basically this app will allow you to deliver any wireless streaming content to any web-enabled screen for free at very high speeds. This app releases in March on iPhone and Android platforms and soon after on Blackberry and Windows Mobile. Read on to check out the app in action and an interview with Seth Green who is an investor and adviser to the company.
LOS ANGELES, CA – Jan. 07, 2012 – Be captivated by the breathtaking new Le Pan™ II tablet, redesigned with a sleek and light exterior, an incredibly fast and powerful new 1.2GHz dual-core processor with 1GB of RAM, a whole new user interface powered by the latest Android™ 3.2 Honeycomb operating system and an amazingly smooth and responsive 9.7-inch multi-touch display that will be available in North America starting this December 15.
Tablets have really made a push this year and they are no longer novelty devices. They can be serious productivity machines and gaming machines. With that said it is very hard to be productive on a touch interface. Many people want a keyboard and that is where the Logitech Tablet Keyboard comes in. The keyboard is small and lightweight and designed for easy travel. It also comes with a nice carrying case that doubles and a stand for your tablet. Read on to check out our unboxing and overview video!
We all know the two big players in the mobile operating system game are Apple and Google. Apple has iOS and Google has Android. Once these guys have you in their app ecosystem it is really hard to make the decision to change to another mobile OS. With the announcement of the new iPhone 4s last week one thing I think many people looked over was that the iPhone 3GS would be free with a new 2-year contract. How will this effect the smartphone and mobile OS market? Read on to hear my thoughts.
Velocity Mirco, makers of custom PC’s and Laptops have their own line of Tablets called Cruz. I think the main reason behind these tablets were to give away with the purchase of a custom PC or laptop. Whatever the case we have the Cruz T301 7-inch tablet in for review today. It features a 7-inch TFT Capacitive Touch screen, 256MB of memory, 2GB of internal storage and is running Android 2.2. Let’s check it out. Special thanks to Geeks.com for providing us with the Velocity Micro Cruz T301 7-inch Android Tablet to review. Geeks.com is a great place to find an Android Tablet.
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