Here’s how some of the upcoming HP tablets look like

HP tablet

Thanks to the ever-savvy EVleaks, we have first press shots of “upcoming HP design language” to show you. The company which is best known for its printers won’t be giving up on the tablet market so easily. On one hand we have what looks like an entry-level device (picture above) that has super-thick bezels and…

Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 leaked!

Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5

The other day we’ve told you that Samsung is working on the premium Tab S tablet series and today we’re happy to show you leaked photos of the 10.5-inch model. Unlike other Samsung tablets currently selling, the Tab S line-up will boast AMOLED rather than LCD-based screens. This in theory should allow these devices to…

Microsoft Surface Mini to be unveiled on May 20th?

Microsoft Surface Mini to be unveiled on May 20th?

Microsoft has started sending out invites for a “small gathering” taking place on May 20th in the New York City. During the upcoming Surface-themed event we expect to see the new Microsoft tablet unveiled. Yup, we’re hoping to see the Surface Mini which will run the full-blown Windows 8 rather than Windows RT. Or we…

Xiaomi tablet with a 7.85-inch 2048×1536 pixel Retina screen, price tag of $160 coming soon

Xiaomi tablet with a 7.85-inch 2048×1536 pixel Retina screen, price tag of $160 coming soon

And yet again we have a story to share involving Xiaomi’s rumored tablet. The latest piece of information we’ve got suggests that the Chinese company is working on an iPad Mini-like device with 7.85-inch 2048×1536 pixel Retina screen. However, unlike Apple, Xiaomi won’t ask a hefty premium for its product — according to GizChina’s report,…

4K tablets coming later this year?

4K tablets coming later this year?

This year we may see the first 4K tablets hitting the market with Japan Display (JDI) announcing the 10.1″ screen with whopping 3840 x 2160 pixels resolution. That’s 438ppi baby! In comparison, Samsung’s Galaxy Tab PRO 8.4 has a 359ppi screen with 2560 x 1600 pixels display. And there’s more. Thanks to the frugal LTPS…

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