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  • Qualcomm Debuts 7nm Snapdragon 8cx CPU For Windows PCs; New ARM Machines...
    by Radu Iorga on December 7, 2018 at 5:10 pm

    Late last year we saw a new segment coming to life: Always Connected PCs, basically laptops with 4G, Snapdragon CPUs and loads of battery life. Today we take one more step in that direction, as Qualcomm releases the 7nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx chip. That’s meant for Windows PCs and it’s detailed below. The first Windows […] The post Qualcomm Debuts 7nm Snapdragon 8cx CPU For Windows PCs; New ARM Machines Incoming appeared first on Tablet News. […]

  • Samsung SM-T387W is a New Tablet, Freshly Certified by the FCC; Could End Up as...
    by Radu Iorga on December 6, 2018 at 10:06 pm

    Samsung is preparing a slew of new devices for 2019 and aside from phones, they also have a few slates scheduled for debut. Those include the brand new Samsung SM-T378W, that was recently certified by the FCC. We have a theory about its identity. Considering the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2017) had the codename […] The post Samsung SM-T387W is a New Tablet, Freshly Certified by the FCC; Could End Up as a Galaxy Tab A (2019) appeared first on Tablet News. […]

  • Archos Oxygen 101S is a New Tablet, Available From 2019, Priced Below $200
    by Radu Iorga on December 5, 2018 at 1:44 pm

    French outfit Archos just debuted a new tablet, known as the Archos Oxygen 101S. This model is a budget offering, which promises “versatile use”. It’ll be available from Q1 2019, priced at around $169. The French company has been on a roll over the past years, debuting a series of affordable devices and even some […] The post Archos Oxygen 101S is a New Tablet, Available From 2019, Priced Below $200 appeared first on Tablet News. […]

  • Microsoft Puts the “Andromeda” Project in Standby and Starts Working on a...
    by Claudiu Sima on December 4, 2018 at 1:45 pm

    When it comes to patents, Microsoft is looking like a company who is afraid to launch its product on the market. For a few years now we’re seeing a lot of patents for a foldable smartphone, but in spite of so many applications, MS didn’t launch a single product with this specific feature. Whilist companies […] The post Microsoft Puts the “Andromeda” Project in Standby and Starts Working on a Dual Display PC Known as “Centaurus” appeared first on Tablet News. […]

  • Xiaomi Mi Pad 4 Plus Leaks on GeekBench, Running Android 9.0 Pie; Could Have...
    by Radu Iorga on December 4, 2018 at 12:18 pm

    Xiaomi Mi Pad 4 Plus was recently spotted with Android 9.0 Pie on board and probably with MIUI 10 as well. It appeared on GeekBench and we have more details about it below. This is supposed to be a large screen tablet and it appeared for now in benchmarks. Xiaomi already debuted the 10.1 inch […] The post Xiaomi Mi Pad 4 Plus Leaks on GeekBench, Running Android 9.0 Pie; Could Have MIUI 10 on Board appeared first on Tablet News. […]

  • Barnes & Noble Launches Nook Tablet 7 Incher Priced at $49.99
    by Radu Iorga on December 4, 2018 at 2:59 am

    Barnes & Noble is still kicking and the outlet has just debuted a new Nook tablet. The device is simply called Nook Tablet and this time it’s a 7 inch version of the 10 incher launched last month. The new Nook sells for a mere $49.99, which is less than the price of a gourmet […] The post Barnes & Noble Launches Nook Tablet 7 Incher Priced at $49.99 appeared first on Tablet News. […]

  • Samsung Patents Smartphone With Stretchable Screen, That Expands When Needed
    by Radu Iorga on December 3, 2018 at 6:07 pm

    Samsung continues to patent technologies for its future smartphones, this time a model that expands from a handset into a mini tablet. The company has been coming up with stretchable and rollable screens lately. This time Patently Apple uncovered an invention that has to do with a smartphone that stretches out to a mini tablet […] The post Samsung Patents Smartphone With Stretchable Screen, That Expands When Needed appeared first on Tablet News. […]

  • E Ink Debuts JustWrite Technology Used for Writing on Digital Paper
    by Radu Iorga on December 1, 2018 at 10:55 am

    E Ink keeps unveiling fresh technology and this time it came up with the JustWrite tech, used for writing on digital paper. They usually handle stuff like black and white screens on eReaders like the Kindle. The new technology promises a “natural writing experience” with close to zero latency. The concept was shown during the […] The post E Ink Debuts JustWrite Technology Used for Writing on Digital Paper appeared first on Tablet News. […]

  • HP ProBook 400 G6 is a New Business Laptop Lineup With Whiskey Lake-U CPUs
    by Radu Iorga on November 30, 2018 at 12:35 am

    HP ProBook 400 is a new business laptop lineup with Whiskey Lake-U processors. HP seems to be set on updating its entry level laptop lineup and that’s why they came up with the HP ProBook 400 G6 models. Let’s check it out. The series includes the following units: HP ProBook 430 G6, HP ProBook 440 […] The post HP ProBook 400 G6 is a New Business Laptop Lineup With Whiskey Lake-U CPUs appeared first on Tablet News. […]

  • Oppo Confirms Foldable Phone Showcasing at MWC 2019
    by Radu Iorga on November 29, 2018 at 3:38 pm

    Oppo has confirmed it’s going to bring its foldable phone to MWC 2019. Oppo’s Product Manager Chuck Wang was the one to confirm it, after a series of foldable device patents showed up online. The official didn’t diclose info about the device, but let’s recap what we know so far. This year, in July and […] The post Oppo Confirms Foldable Phone Showcasing at MWC 2019 appeared first on Tablet News. […]


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