HTC Nexus 9 confirmed to pack a 64-bit dual-core Tegra K1 processor

While we were waiting for HTC and Google to announce an 8.9-inch Nexus tablet, we’ve been served with more than one leak about the much awaited Nexus 9, also known by its aliases; Volantis and Flounder. The latest information comes from hardware-assessing app CPU-Z, which confirms that the SoC in charge of the Nexus 9 is none other than the latest dual-core 64-bit Nvidia Tegra K1. The Tegra K1 inside the Nexus

Flipkart launches Digiflip Pro ET701, XT801, XT811, XT901, and XT911, starting Rs 5,999

Flipkart has just launched five new affordable tablets in partnership with Intel with a starting price of just Rs 5,999. All these DigiFlip Pro tablets; Digiflip Pro ET701, Digiflip Pro XT801, Digiflip Pro XT811, Digiflip Pro XT901 and Digiflip Pro XT911 use Intel Atom processors.   The DigiFlip Pro ET701 is the cheapest of the lot and it comes with a 7-inch IPS LCD display, 1.2GHz dual-core Intel Atom Z2520 processor, 1GB of RAM

HTC Flounder/Volantis specifications leak again, verified by South Korean certification authority

The forthcoming HTC Nexus 8 tablet has come under the rumour scanner again. The rising Twitter leakster @UpLeaks has shared some of its key specifications. This Android tablet has been named as Volantis and Flounder before but it is now being called by @UpLeaks as the ‘HTC T1’. It also appears to be done with certification process in South Korea. The Nexus 8 can be expected to launch some time in the fall

Acer Iconica A1-830 launched in India for Rs 11,299

Acer has launched the Iconica A1-830 tablet in India to cater to the budget tablet segment in India. It features a display size similar to the iPad Mini. It has been launched for Rs 11,299 in an exclusive partnership with Flipkart. It comes with an aluminium back cover and strong frame which lend it a premium build quality.     7.9 inch IPS display with a 4:3 aspect ratio and

Asus Fonepad 7 (2014) launched in India for Rs 8,999

Asus showcased the 2014 version of the Fonepad 7 in India alongside the launch of the Zenfone series a few weeks ago. It has now launched the tablet in India at a price of Rs 8,999 which makes it the cheapest tablet from a renowned manufacturer. It is also cheaper than the last generation of the Fonepad 7 and is slightly lighter on specs. It gets voice calling abilities and

Xiaomi MiPad showcased in India, launch soon

Xiaomi has come to India with all the guns in its arsenal and is leaving no stone unturned to capture the lion's share of each of the segments which it is venturing into. It has launched the Mi3 for Rs 13,999, Redmi Note for Rs 9,999 and Redmi 1S for Rs 6,999 and all the three smartphones are going to give every smartphone manufacturer in the country nightmares for times