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NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet and SHIELD Controller Review

With the Android platform continuing its growth, mobile app and game developers, as well as hardware manufacturers, are all looking to sliceĀ themselves off a piece of the pie. NVIDIA, known for their long history in desktop computing, has always seemed highly...

Unboxing and Hands-on: LG G Pad 8.3 Google Play Edition

On Tuesday, Google and LG announced a Google Play Edition of the G Pad 8.3 tabletĀ - the first GPE tablet device to ever be released by Google. Much like every other GPE device, the tablet comes running stocking Android, this time being Android 4.4 aka Kit Kat....

NVIDIA SHIELD Review

Unveiled at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, NVIDIA's SHIELD portable gaming console has changed quite a bit from when it was first shown off. We were one of very few sites that were able to get an early hands-on experience with the device,...

Samsung Nexus 10 Review

Here it is, the official Nexus 10 review from yours truly. After having bought a Nexus 7, I have been quite content with the 7" size and what it offers in terms of being an Android tablet. Although, I know many people out there in our community have had their...

Quick Look: Hands-on With the Archos 101 XS Tablet

Watch out, folks. Archos is looking to make a blast in the Android tablet market with their new Gen10 lineup of devices. The first to debut is the 101 XS. While it's a 10.1" tablet, featuring Ice Cream Sandwich and a pretty beefed up OMAP 4470 processor, it...

Google Nexus 7 Review

The Nexus 7 wasn't a complete surprise when Google unveiled it at I/O two weeks ago, but that doesn't mean it didn't impress. At $199, this tablet sports specs that most "high-end" tablets can't compete with. Sure, Google and Asus had to cut a few corners to...

Asus Transformer Pad Infinity Review

Asus is back this month with another Android tablet entry that looks to build upon their ever-expanding line. This new release is called the Transformer Pad Infinity, a slightly beefed up Transformer Prime-esque device with an incredibly high display...