NVIDIA Shield Tablet Starts Shipping

NVIDIA Shield Tablet

The new NVIDIA Shield Tablet was announced last week, and now NVIDIA has started shipping the device, this is for the 16GB version of the tablet that retails for $299.

The NVIDIA Shield tablet comes with some impressive specifications, which include an 8 inch full high definition display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab Q Officially Announced in China

Samsung Galaxy TabQ

Samsung continues to add more and more tablets to its product portfolio. The Korean OEM introduced the Galaxy Tab S a few weeks back, and now it seems it has more to offer.

Recently, Samsung released the Galaxy TabQ tablet in China, designed to work with China Mobile (SM-T2558) and China Unicom (SM-T2556). At the moment, the tablet is only limited to China, but we can expect Samsung to release it globally in the coming months.

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Microsoft Confirms That The Surface Mini Has Been Killed

Surface Mini

Before the new Surface Pro 3 was launched, there were rumors that Microsoft would launch a new Surface Mini tablet, although the device was pulled at the last minute before Microsoft’s Surface press event.

Microsoft has now confirmed, in their latest earnings report, that their Surface Mini tablet has been killed off, and it looks like we will not see this device in the future.

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LG G Pad 10.1 Launches on Best Buy for $249.99

LG G Pad 10.1

Earlier this month, LG announced the mid-range LG G Pad 10.1 tablet. At the time of launch, LG didn’t reveal the price tag it will carry in the US, but it seems we have an answer to that now.

The LG G Pad 10.1 will be available at Best Buy for $249.99, both online and in-stores as well. The tablet doesn’t offer top-of-the-line specifications, but it’s still good enough considering its price tag.

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Lenovo Isn’t Ditching Windows Tablets In The US

Lenovo

Not too long ago, some rumors said Lenovo may stop selling small screen Windows tablets in the US due to lack of interest from the customers.

The rumors were intensifying, but Lenovo has jumped into the whole situation and mentioned they are not ditching the small size Windows tablets. The company mentioned they will continue to sell both 8 and 10-inch Windows tablets in both the US and non-US markets.

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