Barnes & Noble has partnered with Samsung for another Nook branded Galaxy tablet.
Barnes & Noble has teamed up with Samsung yet again to bring us a new NOOK branded tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Tab E NOOK.
Barnes & Noble introduced a new Nook tablet this morning, the Samsung-produced Galaxy Tab E Nook. Priced at $249, the idea is to bring a large screen tablet device to the masses for enjoying all of B&N’s content. The Galaxy Tab E Nook...Show More Summary
Barnes & Noble got out of the business of making its own tablets a long time ago but it found a way to work around the very expensive process of making your own hardware. B&N decided that it will team up with Samsung and use the company’s...Show More Summary
Barnes & Noble and Samsung have added a new device to their burgeoning range reader-focused tablets — the $250, 9.6-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab E Nook. The new tablet comes a month after the duo launched the 8-inch, $400 Galaxy Tab S2 Nook, which followed on from the $150 Galaxy Tab 4 Nook tablet and $250 […]
Barnes & Noble has partnered with Samsung yet again for another NOOK branded Galaxy tablet, this time the Galaxy Tab E Nook. The 9.6-inch tablet features Samsung's design combined with NOOK's reading and entertainment experience, offering you a great way to read with ease and stay productive, wherever you are.
If you want to sell a tablet to the masses -- an increasingly difficult thing to do with tablet shipments now on the decline, according to International Data Corporation -- the go-to strategy is to pitch a vibrant display and boast about its thin and light design. Everything else is secondary, including hardware specs and benchmark performance,...
We know that Google is all busy with their announcement of the spanking new Android 6.0 Marshmallow mobile operating system today, but this does not mean that other devices need to reside in the shadows, right? T-Mobile has also updated a couple of their devices – although this will bring only half a smile to the faces of the owners of said devices. Show More Summary
A complete review of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S including all features and design. Includes images of the device. This device is about to get really cheap! The post Samsung Galaxy Tab S Review appeared first on Hardware Secrets.
When it comes to tablets, the current thinking seems to be “go big or go home,” or at the very least, “come with a keyboard.” The Galaxy Tab S2, on the other hand, seems like a careful perfection of the way tablets used to be — not a computer replacement, but a straightforward 8-inch or 9.7-inch tab with no real bells, whistles, or gimmicks. Show More Summary
Normally, a 16 gig Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 will run you $230. Right now, an eBay seller is doling them out at the low low price of $160. It is, however an open-box item.
Back in June, Samsung officially announced the Galaxy Tab E, an entry-level tablet with rather modest specs. Now the LTE version of the tablet has made its way over to Verizon.
Verizon is now selling the Samsung Galaxy Tab E, a 9.6-inch Android 5.1.1-based tablet both online and in-store. The new tablet features a 5MP camera on the front, and a 2MP camera on the back, partnered with 16GB of internal storage that can be expanded with the use of a microSD card.
A couple of Samsung devices are receiving a new software update today from Verizon, it will bump up both devices to Android 5.1.1, which is the most recent version of the operation system that’s available to the public. The carrier today...Show More Summary
Amazon has launched its $50 tablet Fire in a bid to compete with high-flyers in the same industry, and the new 7-inch device is already being compared to similar devices from other brands.
A year ago, when Samsung debuted its original Galaxy Tab S, we noted how rare it had become to review a high-end tablet that wasn't from Apple. Well, the situation hasn't changed much today -- in fact, it's even more unusual to see a premium Android tablet. Show More Summary
Well, sort of: You need to trade in any working tablet and schlep out to a Best Buy store to do so.
Technically Incorrect: Just after Apple launches its latest iPad, Samsung releases a new ad for the Galaxy Tab S2. Apparently, your downtime needs to be elevated.
Apple just showed off their all-new iPad Pro, and we wanted to see how it stacks up against a couple of the best current Android tablets out there — the Nexus 9 and the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2. Of course, we don't know the full hardware specifications for the new iPad pro, but we've got enough here to make for some fine discussion. Let's have some!
Samsung’s big, beautiful Galaxy Tab S2 is just about the most gorgeous Android tablet on the market. Here’s when it’ll be out in Australia, and how much it’ll cost. More »