Samsung Challenges the iPad Mini and Nexus 7

KOREAN HARDWARE MAKER Samsung announced the Galaxy Tab 3 on Monday, a 7in tablet that it will release in May. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 is the third generation of Samsung’s original Android tablet, as the firm looks to steal market share from the iPad Mini and Google Nexus 7. “Its compact, one-hand grip form factor ensures users can hold comfortably for hours as well as store in a pocket or small bag for reading…

"Samsung Challenges the iPad Mini and Nexus 7"

Perhaps Google will call it the Nexus 10?

The tablet market has been clearly split. There is the high-end, dominated from inception by the iPad. Then there’s the evolving low-end, which has been led by the Kindle Fire, but is also party to offerings from Google (Nexus 7), Samsung (Galaxy Tab 7) and Barnes & Noble (Nook HD). As Apple prepares to enter the low-end with the iPad Mini, Google may now be looking to take on the iPad. According to CNET, NPD…

"Perhaps Google will call it the Nexus 10?"

Nexus 7 tablet – Google’s first foray into the tablet world

The Nexus 7 is an innocuous looking little device. The unassuming face of Google’s first foray into the tablet world has no hardware buttons aside from the power button and volume rocker, and the lithe 7-inch form factor means it can be slipped away into your bag or even jacket pocket. With prices starting at US$199 for the 8 GB model, the device has basically sold out on its first run in the U.S. So…

"Nexus 7 tablet – Google’s first foray into the tablet world"

The Nexus 7 is built by Asus and ships with Android 4.1

 Google kicked off its three day I/O event at the Moscone Center today with several announcements, the most significant of which may well be a 7-inch Android-based tablet named the Nexus 7. Built by Taiwanese hardware manufacturer Asus and offered at a price of just US$199 for the 8 GB storage model, the Nexus 7 is already available for pre-order for consumers based in the US, UK, Canada and Australia.Details are still pouring in, but…

"The Nexus 7 is built by Asus and ships with Android 4.1"