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PiPO W4s Dual Boot tablet with 8 inch screen

PiPO W4s is another version of the small 8 inch tablet PiPO W4 series, this time has Dual Os and up to 64 GB eMMC. PiPO W4s tablet is equipped with an Intel Atom Bay Trail processor Z3735F, 2 GB of RAM and 64 GB

Pipo Work W4 is an $81 Windows tablet (for China)

The cheapest Windows tablet from a big-name PC maker may be the $120 Toshiba Encore Mini, but Chinese device maker Pipo is launching a new 8 inch Windows tablet which will sell for just 499 yuan, or about $81. It’s called the Pipo Work W4

Acer unveils Selfie-Hat (pink sombrero with a tablet)

Acer partnered with designer Christian Cowan-Sanluis to create something they’re calling the Acer Selfie-Hat. It’s a giant pink sombrero with a tablet case that dangles the side. You can rotate the hat to snap a selfie with the tablet from just about any angle… unfortunately

Hisense Sero 8 Pro

Hisense Sero 8 Pro tablet with high-res display coming in November

Chinese device maker Hisense recently started selling a low-cost 8 inch Android tablet in the US market and the company seems to have a few new 7 inch models in the works as well. But if you’re looking for something a little more premium, the

Alcatel OneTouch introduces the Hero 8 Android tablet

Some companies refer to their flagship phones and tablets as “hero” devices. Alcatel OneTouch goes a bit further and actually uses Hero in the name of its top-of-the-line devices… like the new Alcatel OneTouch Hero 8. It’s an 8 inch Android tablet with a an

Onda V819 Tablet 4G for 130USD. Onda V698 4G in preparation.

Onda creates a new series of devices with 4G/LTE network. Tablet Onda V819 4G is the first of them. At the end of June Onda on the conference announced a tablet with a built-in modem, 4G and Android. Onda V819 4G has an 8-inch IPS

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NVIDIA launches $299 Shield tablet for gaming on the go

The NVIDIA Shield Tablet is an 8 inch Android tablet with a full HD display, an NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor with Kepler graphics, and a starting price of $299. While that makes it a bit more expensive than an entry-level Kindle Fire HDX or Google