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[IFA 2012] Lenovo Announces A Trio Of Android-Powered Ideatab Tablets: The Keyboard-Packing S2110, Ultra-Portable A2107, And Affordable A2109

Lenovo took the wraps off its newest editions to the Ideatab tablet lineup this morning, announcing the S2110, A2107, and A2109. All three tablets cater to a different niche, with the S2110 sporting a Transformer-like keyboard dock, the A2109 coming in at a very affordable price point, and the A2107 hitting the 7" slate market.

Ideatab S2110

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The Ideatab S2110 is probably the most versatile of the bunch, thanks to its keyboard dock accessory.

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[IFA 2012] Samsung Officially Unveils The Galaxy Camera With A 16.3MP Sensor, 21x Optical Zoom, And More

Samsung's rumored Galaxy Camera, which we saw leak just a short while earlier, is now official. The Jelly Bean packing point-and-shoot is Samsung's first foray into Android-powered cameras, and is in fact helping to shape what could become a successful niche market (after all, we did just see Nikon unveil a new Android-powered point and shoot).

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Of course what you're really interested in is the camera's specs. The Galaxy Camera doesn't seem to disappoint on paper, packing a 1/2.3" BSI CMOS sensor with an impressive 16.3 effective megapixels.

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Getting To Know Android 4.1, Part 5: Calendar and Settings

We're back! If you are somehow just joining us, where have you been? This is Getting To Know Android, the series where we milk every little detail out of the latest version of Android and put other change logs to shame.

Expect this version to be heavy on the pictures because, honestly, we're getting down to the bottom of the barrel here. There won't be much left to cover after this.

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LG Officially Announces The Optimus G – Headed For Korea Next Month With Global Release To Follow

The LG Optimus G, the tantalizing flagship device for which LG released an teaser video last week, is finally official.

The phone, which we know to be packing a 4.7" 1280x768 display, 2GB RAM, a 1.5GHz quad-core S4 Pro processor, and a 13MP rear camera, is slated to launch in Korea next month, followed by a yet undated global release expected to start with Japan in either October or November.

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Archos 101 XS Review: Too Many Compromises In A Suddenly Competitive Budget Market

"Unique" is the name of the game with the Archos 101 XS. Just about every design decision goes against the status quo. Most tablets are made out of aluminum or plastic, but Archos went with stainless steel and a plastic rim. It's a tablet-laptop hybrid, but there's no hinge, everything is held together with a kickstand and some magnets. The included keyboard dock also doubles as a magnetic cover. At a time when some Android OEMs are accused found guilty of doing little more than firing up a photocopier, some out-of-the-box thinking is very much appreciated.

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T-Mobile MyTouch Q Review: There Are Good Budget Phones, And Then There's The MyTouch Q

With a 1.4GHz single-core CPU, a majorly outdated version of Android, and a $50 price tag, the MyTouch Q is a hard sell to enthusiasts. (In fact, I'd bargain that literally no enthusiasts would buy it.) But as I explained just a few days ago, there's a lot more to the smartphone picture than devices that cost a few hundred dollars and can do everything short of make breakfast. A very large percentage of consumers have no desire to use their phone as a media streaming device or a mobile gaming powerhouse.

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Sprint Will Sell The Kyocera Rise For $20 After Rebate With Contract On August 19th, Tries Selling A Budget Smartphone Without The Rope

Sprint has finally announced what we'd heard almost a month ago. The Kyocera Rise, the budget smartphone best known for making my movie references easy, is heading to the Now Network on August 19th. The device will cost $19.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate. So if you want the internal specs of the original Evo in a QWERTY slider from the company that you probably didn't know also makes cutlery, it will run you $70 out the door.

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Samsung Officially Announces The Galaxy Note 10.1 For The U.S., Available August 16th Starting At $499

Well, it's finally official: the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 will be available in the U.S. beginning tomorrow. The 10.1-inch slate packs identical specs to its international counterpart:

  • 10.1" 1280x800 display
  • 1.4GHz quad-core Exynos processor
  • 2GB RAM
  • 16GB or 32GB storage capacity, microSD card slot
  • 5MP rear shooter, 1.9MP front
  • 7,000mAh battery
  • Bluetooth V4.0, Wi-Fi a/b/g/n, MHL, IR LED (Smart Remote)
  • 262 x 180 x 8.9 mm, 597g
  • Android 4.0
  • S-Pen technology

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This giant-er Note will be available at two different price points: $499 will land you the 16GB version, while $549 gets you 16 more geebees for the 32GB version.

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Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 Coming To Verizon With 4G LTE On August 17, Priced At $349 With Data Plan

This morning, Verizon announced that Samsung's Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 has been infused with LTE, and that the mobile data-fied cheap-slate will be available on August 17th for a rather appealing $350. The Tab 2 may not be our favorite 7" Android tablet anymore (hey, who can blame us?), but when Eric reviewed it back in April, he found it to be a highly capable little device. And that's surprising, because he hates things with stupid names.

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Pantech Marauder Review: "Budget" Isn't Such A Bad Place To Be

While everyone loves to gush over flagship phones, the truth of the matter is that for many customers, cheaper phones - be they last-gen's flagships or this-gen's budget devices - are the route of choice. Traditionally, the former route tended to work out better, especially for enthusiasts; after all, generation-old flagships tend to still outperform and out-feature current-gen budget devices. Plus, high-end devices generally have a ton of developer support and are usually better supported by the manufacturer.

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