Huawei are one of the biggest telecommunications equipment companies in the world. They are huge in China although their kit is used the world over. Chances are if you are a BT Broadband customer you are using modems build by them. Huawei make no bones about their desire to become one of the biggest smartphone manufacturers in the world, and a couple of years ago they started their assault on the European market. I reviewed the G300 and found it to be a stunning budget range phone. The Huawei Read more [...]
Tesco have started selling the Android 3.2 Honeycomb Sony’s Tablet S device in store at what seems to be a permanently reduced price of £299 for the 16GB WIFI model. This matches the price at most other retailers in a move the must be seen a new standard retail price for the UK. The fondle slab had an Ice Cream Sandwich update this month and looks at being quite the bargain, as it is still one of the most innovative devices on the market.
UK mobile network Orange has long offered own branded phones and now they are offering their own brand of tablet: the Tahiti. The tablet is based on Android Honeycomb and sports a 7 inch screen. Specification wise it is not a bad device with a dual core Qualcomm 8260 processor clocked at 1.2GHz. It comes with 8GB of storage plus microSD expansion and 512MB of RAM for Apps. Weighing in at a nice 390g and being only 11mm thick, it seems to be a more preferable package to the HTC Flyer which also recently Read more [...]
Owners of the HTC Flyer tablet have been receiving messages for an over the air update to Android Honeycomb. Whilst this only applies to the 32GB 3G variant, it is good news. Currently European countries seem to be getting the update. The Flyer was the first Android tablet to not try to play the iPad at its own game and HTC should be applauded for that. It is just a shame that it has taken them so long to get to this point. Via Android Community Read more [...]
The Asus Transformer has seen a £100 price cut on Amazon.co.uk.. This year’s standout Android tablet was notable if only that it exceeded expectations by delivering a total Android tablet experience when the Motorola Xoom failed so miserably. The Android Honeycomb tablet features a 10.1 inch screen, nVidia Tegra2 1GHz processor with 16Gb of storage. Despite the imminent arrival of it’s successor, the Transformer Prime, £279 is one hell of a bargain and there is not a tablet that can match Read more [...]
Sony’s original if odd Tablet P is now available in the UK. The dual screened Android Honeycomb tablet comes in a beefy 32GB configuration with built in 3G. Available right now via the Dixons chains, we are not sure if this has a better chance of attacking the tablet market over the Tablet S but you cannot deny that at least Sony are giving it a fair crack. Available from Currys now for £499. Read more [...]
Arguably the Android tablet of choice in 2011, the Asus Transformer has seen an £80 price cut until December 4. Probably associated with the impending Transformer Prime, a £299 markup for the 16Gb Wi-Fi version is a pretty impressive asking price. Considerign the beast is not even a year old and more than capable of slapping the competition around in the face, I’d say this rockets to the top of the Christmas Buying List. The discounted tablet is available from Best Buy and Amazon.co.uk. Via Read more [...]
£50 has been chopped off (http://tidd.ly/a2b69b5c) of the asking price of the Sony Tablet S fondleslab. The Android Honeycomb tablet is, to my learned mind the top of the pops when it comes to non-Apple devices. If we didn’t have a TouchPad I would be down Currys right now. Via eurodroid.com Read more [...]