Tablet Reviews

tablets 340On this page you’ll find all of the tablet reviews I have posted to this blog, including everything from the Pandigital Novel, the first media tablet to hit the US market, to the HP Mesquite, the first Intel Android tablet to ship with a sub-$100 price tag.

If you’re looking for a recommendation, here are the 3 budget Android tablets that I have used and would regard as the best value for the price.

Ematic EM63 - 7″ Android Tablet

HP Mesquite - 7″ Android Tablet

Barnes & Noble Nook HD+ (the 9″ Budget Tablet Edition)

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Amazon Kindle Fire

Archos Arnova 8

Barnes & Noble Nook HD+ (the Budget Tablet Edition)

B&N Nook Tablet

ClickN Kids Tablet

 Coby Kyros MID 7033 – 7″

 Coby Kyros MID 1042 - 10″

Double Power 7″ Tablet

Eken M001 – 7″ Android tablet

Ematic EGQ307 – 7″ Android Tablet

Ematic eGlide XL Pro II – 10″

Ematic eGlide Reader2 – 7″

Ematic EM63 - 7″ Android Tablet

Ematic Twig

E-Fun Nextbook Next5 – 7″ Android tablet & pen sensor extras

E-Fun Nextbook Next7 – 7″ Android tablet

E-Fun Nextbook Next 7SE – 7″

E-Fun Nextbook Next 8SE – 8″

Hisense Sero 7 Pro

HP Mesquite - 7″ Android Tablet

Idolian IdolPad – 7″ Android tablet

Idolian Mini Studio – 8″ Android Tablet

Innovatek InnoSoul – 7″ Android tablet

Kaser Net’s Go – 7″ Android Tablet

Kobo Arc 7

Kobo Arc 10HD Android Tablet

Lenovo IdeaPad A1107 – 7″

Medion LifeTab E7312 – 7″

Nvidia Tegra Note

Pandigital Nova - 7″ Android tablet

Pandigital Novel (white) – 7″ Android tablet

Pandigital Novel (black) – 7″ Android tablet

Pandigital Novel (black) – 9″ Android tablet

Polaroid PMID701 – 7″ Android tablet

Polaroid PMID702C – 7″ Android tablet

Samsung Galaxy Player 3.6

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0

Skytex Skypad Alpha – (7″ Android tablet, runs Gingerbread)

Smart Devices SmartQ V7

Smart Devices SmartQ R7

Sylvania ?? – 7″ Android tablet

Toshiba DB50 eReader

Visual Land Connect – 7″

Xelio 10.1″ Android Tablet

8 thoughts on “Tablet Reviews

  1. Hi’ I have a Proscan 10″ tablet and I would like to know how can I install the google play so I can play my games on it

  2. Why is it so hard to get across to the manufacturers that there are serious readers out there? I mean, readers who want to store literally thousands of e-books, with the ability to organize and cross-reference them. B&N’s nook offers “shelves”, but no sub-shelves or super-shelves, no way to do a hierarchical or multi-tree organization of books one loves to read again and again.

    Or am I missing out on a device that already does this?

    1. You’re not missing anything, no.

      I don’t know of any ereader or app that has a smart and complex library management tool. Some are not bad, but none are really up to organizing thousands of books.

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