After it’s great success in India, Datawind has released it’s UbiSlate line of tablets to the Canadian market.
There are 3 models to choose from starting at just $37.99:
- Ubislate 7Ci – $37.99 – Wifi only
- Ubislate 7C+ – $79.99 – Wifi and Edge
- UbiSlate 3G7 – $129.99 – Wifi and 3G
You can see the comparison here.
I hope these machines are of decent quality. It will be great to have an affordable tablet option. I have yet to get my hands on one of these, but I look forward to seeing what a sub $50 CDN tablet can do…
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We just saw a leaked photo of the new Nexus 7 tablet and now we have another one, this time showing the side profile of Google’s next Nexus 7 tablet.
The new Nexus 7 tablet is expected to be made official by Google this week, and it will apparently go on sale on the US before the end of July, with a possible release date of the 30th of July.
We’ve seen a few leaks so far that put the release date of the new Nexus 7 on the last day of July. However, a new leaked ad from Best Buy is pegging the release date on July 30th. Yeah, it is just one day, but with the excitement around this device, a day early is great news.
Wacom has today unveiled a new addition to its range of products with the launch of the new Wacom DTU-1031 Pen Display, which has been specifically designed to provide businesses with a handy sized touchscreen display to show customer documents on and capture signatures.
The Wacom DTU-1031 is fitted with a 10.1 inch LCD display sporting a resolution of 1280 x 800 that allows full letter-size documents to be viewed on the devices with the minimal scrolling.
We have been hearing rumors for a while that Nokia are working on a new tablet that will run Microsoft’s Windows 8 platform, and the device is expected to continue the Lumia branding from Nokia’s Windows Phone smartphones.
Now it would appear that we may have our first photo of the Nokia Lumia tablet, which was snapped at a recent Nokia Lumia launch event in Pakistan, the photo below shows the device on one of the displays at the event.
Anyone who is patiently awaiting the arrival of the new Asus Taichi dual screen Windows 8 powered hybrid ultrabook, will be disappointed to learn that computer manufacturer Asus has announced that the new tablet will be delayed yet again.
A spokesperson for Asus confirmed to the PC World website that the new tablet has been delayed, but explained that shipping might still start in December.