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Last week we heard that Samsung would be launching a range of new devices at this years IFA, one of those was the Samsung Galaxy Note, although we didn’t have any information about this new Galaxy device from Samsung.
Lenovo has announced the launch of a new budget Android
tablet which will retail for $199, the Lenovo IdeaPad A1, and it will
come with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, and features a 7 inch touchscreen
Flex is a revolutionary collapsible tablet computer, with flexible screen while still maintaining rigidity.It encapsulates a flexible spine plus a bendy screen
within the frame, which allows the user to translate flex from a slate
to several form factors. A loop stand integrated into flex paves way for
best content viewing experience. Flex’s flexible spine facilitates
efficiency as well as collaboration on a tablet.
Last week we heard that Samsung intends to launch a new range of devices at this years IFA, one of those is the follow on to the original Samsung Galaxy Tab, and it will be called the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7.
We know that Amazon are working on their first tablets
which will run Google’s Android OS, and it looks like Amazon will have a
similar pricing strategy to that of their Kindle eBook reader, which is
sold at a low price in order to get people to purchase the device and
content for it.
A German court has uphold a ban on the sale of the Samsung Galaxy Tab
10.1 Android tablet in Germany, although a final ruling on the matter is
scheduled to come down as soon as September 9. The injunction follows
Apple’s claims that the Galaxy Tab 10.1 is too similar in design and
functionality to the iPad 2—Apple was originally granted an injunction
on the sale of tablets throughout the European Union, but the court
later reduced the scope of its order to cover only Germany.