Android Tablets For 2019

We bring you Android tablet reviews that cover tablets of all sizes and configuration. The best Android tablets by Asus, Samsung Google, Toshiba, and other brands are discussed in detail, include the best 7-inch Android tablets. Pure tablets or tablet hybrids, models such as Sony Xperia Z4 for newbies or versatile gaming tablets such as the Nvidia Shield are reviewed for features and performance. Android, by virtue of being an open source OS, offers a diverse range of tablets and there’s a tablet for every need.

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Sony Tablet S Review

Sony Tablet S Review

Most tablets have followed Apple’s design for thinness and design: make it as light, and perhaps as small, as possible. Keep the screen big, but the size has to remain small. Tablets like Samsung’s Galaxy Tabs or the Motorola Xyboards are exactly like that. But Sony entered the tablet market…
Sony Tablet P Hands On (CES)

Sony Tablet P Hands On (CES)

Late last year Sony released the Tablet S, a fairly standard tablet with some major design changes over the typical bunch we’ve seen from other Android tablets. The P is an even further departure, with a clamshell build and not one, but two screens that shut like a Nintendo DS…
Archos 101 G9 Review

Archos 101 G9 Review

It seems like every company out there is trying to put out a tablet now a days, and Archos is no different.  With so many different ten inch tablets coming in costing more than $400 mark, they’re not as budget friendly as the smaller tabs for people who don’t need…
Toshiba Thrive Review

Toshiba Thrive Review

This week I got a chance to play with the Toshiba Thrive. And the first thing I noticed about this Android Tablet is its rather robust in its design and a tad hefty. Also, with its 10.1” wide-screen touchscreen, with a resolution of 1280 x 800, it’s easy to see…
Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet (hands on)

Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet (hands on)

If Barnes & Noble’s original Nook Color, which debuted late last year, blurred the line between e-reader and tablet, the freshly unveiled Nook Tablet completely erases it. It’s a tablet, no question (it’s right there in the name), even though the Nook brand began as a dedicated e-reading device. B&N…
Kindle Fire vs iPad 2 (comparison)

Kindle Fire vs iPad 2 (comparison)

Move over smartphones, the tablets are going at it! The competition in the tablet market is getting hotter and while many still prefer the iPad, there seams to be a new player in the market that really brings the heat! Amazon’s long-awaited tablet is finally here and they’re calling it…
HTC Flyer Review

HTC Flyer Review

Tablets right now aren’t business ready. They are great for media, games, and basic mobile communication. As tablets become more powerful, the complexity of applications will expand and the overall ability of these handheld devices will work for more situations. Today, even the best tablets are still highly limited. I…
Win an Archos 4.3 Tablet from GadgetReview

Win an Archos 4.3 Tablet from GadgetReview

GadgetReview is giving away an Archos 4.3 Tablet to one luck GadgetReview reader! The Archos 4.3 is an Android tablet that boasts a 4.3-inch touchscreen and 8GB of storage. It’s powerful processor can playback hi-def movies, allow you to access your email just about any where you go and play…
Amazon Kindle Fire Price and Launch Date (video)

Amazon Kindle Fire Price and Launch Date (video)

Yesterday, Amazon, who has long sold a variety of Kindle e-readers, announced their first, true tablet computer, the Kindle Fire. Despite the fact that the tablet marketplace is already over saturated, the Kindle Fire is shaping up to be a significant contender. At the core of the device is a…
Sony Tablet S Hands On (pics)

Sony Tablet S Hands On (pics)

Last Wednesday I stopped by the Sony store at the Century City Mall here in West Los Angeles, where the company was holding a launch event for their Tablet S. The Tablet S is one of two Sony tablets that the company plans on releasing.  The S sports a 9.4-inch…
Samsung Series 7 Slate PC, Price and Launch Date

Samsung Series 7 Slate PC, Price and Launch Date

The inherent problem with most tablet computers is that they’re not a practical replacement to a laptop.  More often than not, they are infused with an underpowered processor to conserve on battery life and lack a full operating system negating it from becoming an everyday work horse. Samsung thinks they’ve got the…
ARCHOS G9 Tablets Claim to be the Fastest, Price and Launch Date Announced

ARCHOS G9 Tablets Claim to be the Fastest, Price and Launch Date Announced

Today, ARCHOS unveiled their line of G9 tablets, which will be available this September in two sizes; 8-inch (80) and 10.1-inch (101).  Both ship with Android 3.0, an OMAP 4 processor with an ARM Cortex dual-core A9 running at 1.5 GHz, and Seagate’s 250GB hard drive. By default both sizes are limited…
Samsung’s 700Z0A-A01 Z670 Tablet PC Might Be Shipping

Samsung’s 700Z0A-A01 Z670 Tablet PC Might Be Shipping

Samsung has yet to officially announce a ship date for their 700Z0A-A01 Z670 tablet PC, but that hasn’t stopped a few retailers from selling the computer. Today, the hybrid PC popped up on Amazon for $649, but has since been removed.  Provantage lists the lappy for $662, but since there…
Toshiba Regza Tablet Coming to Japan for $700, US Release TBD (video)

Toshiba Regza Tablet Coming to Japan for $700, US Release TBD (video)

Toshiba, who hasn’t been at the forefront of the mobile movement, today officially released the Regza AT300 tablet.  It’s an Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) affair and sports a 10.1-inch 1280×800 “adaptive display” for a better contrast ratio in varied lighting. Under the hood is a 1Ghz Tegra 2 CPU, 1GB of…
Samsung WiFi Galaxy Tab Official, Includes 32GB Of Storage, Costs $350

Samsung WiFi Galaxy Tab Official, Includes 32GB Of Storage, Costs $350

Today, Samsung made the existence of the WiFi only 7-inch Galaxy Tab official.  It will hit retail stores as soon as April 10th for $349.99.  Specs, compared to the 3G version sold by Verizon and a few other carriers, will remain the same, which includes Android 2.2, 32GB of built-in…

Learn More About Android Tablets

It’s just a matter of finding out the right Android tablet for you. Our android tablet reviews can help you with it. Use them as buying guides and make an informed purchase decision. Looking for a tablet with great audio, then check out the Amazon Fire HDX 8.9. If you’re always connected and have your data in the cloud, then it’s the Nexus for you. And, we’ll let you when there’s a sale happening or there are deals on tablets to be grabbed.

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