Every now and then, a company produces something that exceeds expectations. This year, that’s the Duet Chromebook from Lenovo.
Honor has today launched a barrage of new products around the world, most coming to the UK in due course. In addition to a series of smart home products, Honor also announced the MagicBook Pro laptop, the ViewPad 6 tablet, Honor Router 3 (a Wi-Fi 6+ router), and the Vision… [Click for more]
I can’t pretend to have been particularly interested in tablets for the last few years, and besides the success of the iPad Pro in certain markets, I don’t think many people still hold them in the same regard as years ago – if they hold them at all. Hence most… [Click for more]
Vodafone today announced the Tab speed 6, a 4G-enabled 8-inch tablet that will retail on prepay for just £125, or from £16 per month on contract (with 3GB of data included). The specs provided by Vodafone are pretty sparse (see below), and the selection of images even more limited (see… [Click for more]
I was blown away by the original Hudl, and having now had a Hudl 2 since October, I have to say that Tesco has created something quite exceptional.
A year ago, Tesco entered the arena with its own brand tablet, the Hudl. Unlike other low-cost Android tablets, the Hudl had one big difference: it was good. Good enough to come top in a group test of budget tablets that I wrote last year. And now it is ready to launch its second device,… [Click for more]