Released officially earlier this week, the HTC Flyer is an Android tablet which won’t be arriving with Google’s tablet dedicated Android OS 3.0, Honeycomb. According to the leaked Amazon product page, which is apparently still live, the HTC Flyer will retail for a pricey €669 or $900 USD.
Keen to pave the way forward for their popular Galaxy series family, Samsung has now made official that the latest Galaxy S II (S 2) and Galaxy Tab II will soon be arriving.
Nissan has given a first teaser of their new sporty vehicle for the environmentalist-cautious, its known as the Nissan Esflow concept and will likely debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month.
I’m don’t sure about you, but I’m still getting used to the fact that it won’t be officially called the PSP anymore but instead the “Next generation portable”, aka NGP. As you can see in the gallery below, the NGP will be the first portable entertainment system to feature two analog sticks.
NGP? You read that right – the Sony “Next generation portable” is supposedly what the new successor to the PSP will be codenamed. Announced today, and due to be released by the end of 2011, it feels as though Sony is trying to move on from the PSP label into another level.
Panasonic wanted to make the impossible, possible by letting kids in the Bahrain desert (lowest temperatures even during the Winter season of greater than 15C) see snow for the first time, an unusual task?
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Just three more days to go until CES kicks off and Toshiba’s been busy in preparation for the revealing of their latest thus far unnamed flagship tablet. Though without a name, we still do know abit about its specs, it will be a new, Tegra-2 powered Android Honeycomb tablet on a slim diet (0.6-inch thick and weighing only 1.7 pounds) with useful features such as spill resistance and rubberised back for improved grippiness and greater comfort during use.