Category: Android Tablets
I just received my new Galaxy Note 10.1 GT-N8000 not in the mail (as I missed pickup) but at the San Francisco FedEx office. Well, I didn’t expect the new Galaxy Note 10.1 to comes with broadband/phone capabilities, but it does! That alone makes it better than any other tablet on the market.
Although I didn’t go to Google IO this year (I probably never will as I don’t like going to shows anymore), I had the chance to “de-virginize” a brand, spanking new Nexus 7 Android tablet on the day it was released thanks to CruzerLite CEO Joel, who allowed me to do the unboxing. (Thanks a ton Joel!)
In this episode 3 of HighOnAndroid show, we unbox the latest Transformer Prime Android tablet that comes with world’s first 1.3Ghz quad-core processor.
Want to root your Kindle Fire?
Well, we’ve got some good news for you, Kindle Fire can be rooted on a Windows, Mac OSX, or even Linux.
I am probably the last person who’s gonna tell you to run Android on HP TouchPad because I think WebOS is so much better already than Android nevermind lack of apps. But since HP stopped supporting their own tablet line, it might be actually a good idea to run Android on it. But no, I am not getting one because I don’t want to be stuck with a legacy, never-will-be-updated tablet device.
Want to be one of the first to get the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 Plus? JR.com has the P6210MAYXAR (16GB) and P6210MAVXAR (32GB) up for pre-order already.