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[Update: Now Cheaper] Deal Alert: Nabi Big Tab (20-Inch) On Sale For $199.99 Via eBay ($100 Off)

[Update: Now Cheaper] Deal Alert: Nabi Big Tab (20-Inch) On Sale For $199.99 Via eBay ($100 Off)

Samsung has a giant tablet for grownups, but it doesn't seem to be a hit. The Nabi Big Tab for kids is pretty popular, though. The 20-inch variant usually sells for $300, but it's on sale for $250 via eBay right now. The sale is good for a few days, but there is a limited supply and a few hundred have already sold.

This deal is back and cheaper than ever before.

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Fuhu Nabi Big Tab HD Lightning Review: Because Sometimes Bigger Actually Is Better

Fuhu Nabi Big Tab HD Lightning Review: Because Sometimes Bigger Actually Is Better

Let's talk about massively huge tablets. When's the last time you said to yourself, "you know, I sure wish Google would make a Nexus 20...?" Probably never. You know why? Because as adults, we want tablets to be portable, utilitarian devices. Kids, though? Those crazy little humans don't care about utility or portability. They only care about maximum fun. So really, it only makes sense that a bigger screen = more funnerer, right? In the mind of a child, I'd say yep.

Since Fuhu knows a thing or two about making tablets kids want, they're keenly aware of the "bigger is better" mentality.

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Fuhu Announces The Nabi Big Tab HD In 20 And 24-Inch Variants

Fuhu Announces The Nabi Big Tab HD In 20 And 24-Inch Variants

You know what this world needs? More huge Android tablets. I'm talking full-on monitor-replacements. Or small TVs. Let's throw portability out the window in favor of bigger screens. I like it. Fuhu gets that, so it just announced two new massive nabi tablets: the nabi Big Tab HD 20 and Big Tab HD 24.

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Like the names suggest, these are 20 and 24-inches, respectively. Big ol' tablets that are designed with family time in mind. Both units offer the ability for two people to play at once on certain games, like chess, checkers, backgammon, tic tac toe, and a few others.

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Google resumes rolling out Chrome OS 86 update following multiple reports of issues

Google resumes rolling out Chrome OS 86 update following multiple reports of issues

It's been a rough week for most Chromebooks following Google's ill-fated attempt to roll Chrome OS 86 out to the stable channel. Shortly after Google announced the major milestone update, I covered a slew of new features and improvement found within, including accessibility improvements, an improved login screen experience, and a refreshed gallery app. Although some people are enjoying OS 86 without problems, others are still anxiously waiting for the new update to land on their Chromebook. In a surprising move by Google, it silently pulled the build off the update server a couple of days before the update finished rolling out.

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Yummly now tailors its recipe suggestions based on what's in your pantry

Yummly now tailors its recipe suggestions based on what's in your pantry

Yummly has been, and continues to be, my favorite cookbook and recipe manager app. I love browsing the app for suggestions and ideas, but I also like digging into different ways to prepare a certain dish then combine them all for my own version. Until now, my two biggest complaints were the inability to make personal notes or recipes, as well as the lack of an option to search by ingredients. The second issue has become moot as the app just added a proper pantry manager and search filter.

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[Weekend Poll] Do Giant Tablets (Over 13-14") With Mobile Operating Systems Have Any Appeal?

[Weekend Poll] Do Giant Tablets (Over 13-14") With Mobile Operating Systems Have Any Appeal?

Earlier this week, photos of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy View tablet - a word I use primarily because there isn't a better one for a product like this - leaked. Extensively. It's an 18.4" touchscreen with a huge stand/handle attachment, and as far as we can tell, it has basically zero productive aspirations. It's a media consumption device. So, dare I ask: why do we need this?

Samsung isn't the first OEM to try it, either. Alcatel is working on a very similar device called the Xess, and the Nabi brand of children's tablets already has several gigantic slates under its belt.

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Uber And Fuhu Roll Out uberFAMILY To Keep DC's Little Ones Occupied During Trips

Uber And Fuhu Roll Out uberFAMILY To Keep DC's Little Ones Occupied During Trips

Not all of Uber's passengers are childless 20-somethings looking to stay out late with friends. Some riders have children, and it helps everyone involved if those kids have something to keep them busy. So Uber and Fuhu have come up with a way to keep to do precisely that.

Ubernabi

The uberFAMILY service, available first in DC, will equip cars with Fuhu's nabi tablets. In addition to apps, children will be able to take advantage of subscriptions containing both entertaining and educational content.

Everything, from the custom interface to the content, is catered to younger folks. So these are not the most exciting tablets out there, and there's no reason for parents to dawdle on devices if the kids aren't interested.

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Black Friday Weekend Sales Roundup: The Best Deals On Devices, Accessories, And Everything Else (Updated Continuously)

Black Friday Weekend Sales Roundup: The Best Deals On Devices, Accessories, And Everything Else (Updated Continuously)

It's now officially the holiday season, and that means the time has come to beat your fellow man to the best deals on the internet. Some of this stuff will be first come, first serve, so no wasting time. We'll list the time certain sales are supposed to go live so you can plan ahead. This post will be updated with deals as we come across them through the weekend.

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Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro (13") Review: Interesting Hardware And Poor Software Combine To Make a Below-Average Tablet

Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro (13") Review: Interesting Hardware And Poor Software Combine To Make a Below-Average Tablet

Lenovo has crammed just about everything it can think of into the Yoga Tablet 2 Pro to make it interesting, with the exception of a stylus and a can opener. And it is interesting, from a purely technical point of view - it has a huge 13" screen, 2.1 JLB speakers, integrated kickstand, and oh yeah, a built-in pico projector. This machine epitomizes one of the best things about Android hardware: a diversity of manufacturers can yield an amazing variety of features.

Unfortunately, Lenovo's design is more ambitious than its execution. With a build quality that's only average, some questionable hardware decisions, and a software experience that's poor at best, the Yoga Tablet 2 Pro simply won't be worth a look for most people.

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Spotify's Android app will get track reordering... at some point

Spotify's Android app will get track reordering... at some point

Spotify is (probably) the most well-known music streaming service, but it isn't without its foibles. Up until earlier this year, it was a common complaint that free users couldn't actually directly select songs to play, and the A/B UI tests are almost Google-level frustrating. By far my biggest personal issue has been the inability to reshuffle tracks in a playlist from the Android app—a very basic feature that even Play Music has. Thankfully, that particular annoyance is now set to be fixed in a future update.

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