• ARCHOS Unveils Entry Level Elements Tablets with ARCHOS 97 Carbon

    ARCHOS Unveils Entry Level Elements Tablets with ARCHOS 97 Carbon

    The tablet wars are in full swing…and ARCHOS, known for it’s wallet-fiendly line of mobile devices, has just debuted its new Elements range of entry level tablets with the new 97 Carbon. Featuring 1GB of RAM, a 1GHZ processor, Android 4.0 and 16GB of internal storage, the 97 Carbon is an excellent option for those looking for a more cost-effective solution to their tablet needs. As with other Android tablets, the 97 Carbon will be able to take advantage of the thousands of apps available on the Google Play store. The ARCHOS 97 Carbon will be available from mid-July for an SRP of $229.99 – $249.99, and you can click past the jump for the full PR as well as specs.  

     
  • Ematic’s eGlide Steal Tablet Stays True to its name with $119 Price Tag

    Ematic’s eGlide Steal Tablet Stays True to its name with $119 Price Tag

    Looking for a budget level tablet that also has a 1GHz processor and Android 4.0? Then look no further than Ematic’s 7″ eGlide Steal–which boasts both of those along with 1080p video support, front-facing camera, external HDMI connection, and of course thousands of apps from the Google Play store. The eGlide Steal also comes with 4GB of internal storage and a MicroSD slot for further expansion. We’ve yet to get our hands on one, so we can’t vouch for the quality yet–but the price tag to feature set ratio was more than enough to get our attention. The eGlide Steal is available now for $119.95..and more specs and details can be found after the jump.

     
  • The eGlide Prism: A 7″ Tablet Featuring 3D and Android 4.0…for Under $200

    The eGlide Prism: A 7″ Tablet Featuring 3D and Android 4.0…for Under $200

    Though you may not be familiar with the company known as Ematic, it’s probably time we all paid a bit more attention to it–thanks to their new eGlide Prism. This new 7″ tablet not only features Android’s latest 4.0 (a.k.a. Ice Cream Sandwich) operating system, but also features a display capable of displaying 3D videos at up to 2160p (we did the math–that’s twice the current 1080pHD standard). At 9mm thin and a little more than half a pound, you’ll also get 8GB of built-in memory, a MicroSD expansion slot, front-facing camera, and 5GB of cloud storage–the package even includes 3D glasses,a protective sleeve, headphones, USB cable and charger. Of course the eGlide Prism’s most impressive feature may be its price–it retails for $216, but can be found ShopNBC.com for a mere $157. We’ll have a full review once we get our hands on one–but for now, you can check […]

     
  • Android 4.0 Updates Rolling Out to Archos G9 owners OTA

    Android 4.0 Updates Rolling Out to Archos G9 owners OTA

    You lucky jerks. Add Archos to the small but growing list of companies delivering tasty bites of Ice Cream Sandwich. G9 owners should be seeing OTA notifications for the update starting today. With it should bring a whole host of performance improvements, plus software perks like better video codec support and spell checking. Archos is also bundling their own new tweaks like wireless media streaming through DLNA, and support for 3D video files. Now if only some of the other big names in Android hardware were sending this update out soon…

     
  • Happy Galaxy Nexus Day!

    Happy Galaxy Nexus Day!

    We told you about Samsung’s latest flagship handset back in October–and today the first device bearing Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) finally hits the streets. The Galaxy Nexus is available at Verizon Wireless retail stores (as well as verizonwireless.com) for $299 on a 2 year contract.

     
  • Ice Cream Sandwich Coming to Archos G9 Tablets

    Ice Cream Sandwich Coming to Archos G9 Tablets

    While Samsung, Motorola and HTC seem to be getting most of the Android tablet attention these days, Archos has quietly been putting out some of the best “bang-for-the-buck” tablets on the market–and their G9 series of tabs is about to get even more cutting-edge with an Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) upgrade coming in the first quarter of 2012. CLICK HERE to watch a video showing what ICS looks like on the Archos G9 series, or you can learn more about the tablets by heading over to Archos’ product page.

     
  • Samsung and Google Make the Galaxy Nexus Official

    Samsung and Google Make the Galaxy Nexus Official

    After weeks of speculation, Samsung and Google have finally made the latest Nexus phone official–and it’s called the Galaxy Nexus. This new flagship device, expected to hit the US, Europe and asia next month, will not only offer class-leading hardware (which includes a 4.65″ Super AMOLED display with 720p resolution, 1.2 GHz dual core processor, 1080p video camera and lag-free still camera), it will also be the first Android device to feature Android 4.0–also known as Ice Cream Sandwich. This new operating system is a huge departure from the Android we’ve become familiar with–but that’s not necessarily a bad thing; users will be treated to such innovations as facial recognition technology, embedded Near Field Communication tech, and Android Beam, that lets you share information, apps and web pages with your friends by simply tapping your phones together. There’s much to learn about both the device and Android 4.0, and we’ll […]

     
 

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