The Latest 4G Tablets are equipped with a whole set of new features that leave those before them in the dust. Interested?Come check out what they are!
Want a 4G tablet? If you want built-in 4G, you’ll have to go Android. (The iPad can get 4G only with a MiFi device.) There are about half a dozen 4G Android tablets in various sizes and price points available from the four major carriers.
The internet is now abuzz with the rumor that there will be a WiMax iPad available to Sprint customers
It appears to be that Sprint will no longer be offering Blackberry maker Research in Motion’s 4G-enabled Playbook, which the duo first announced at the Consumer Electronics Show back in January of this year.
The Evo View 4G Tablet is set to launch on June 24th according to Sprint. This will be the first unlimited WiMax enabled tablet sold in the U.S.
4G promises speed, speed, speed, but you need a solid 4G device and network access in order to reap the benefits. Each of the four national carriers in the U.S. (AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon) have some form of 4G in place, utilizing three different technologies (HSPA+, LTE and WiMax) among them. There is already an array of devices, including smartphones, wireless cards, tablets and netbooks, that can take advantage of 4G’s faster speeds and new features. All of these devices are also 3G compatible, since 4G network coverage is still spotty. I’ve talked about where you can get 4G; here’s how to get 4G.
Verizon was too small of a playing field for the Motorola Xoom, which is rumored to be moving to Sprint soon, as well as AT&T.
Research in Motion, maker of the highly-popular Blackberry, will be rolling out its new tablet, the Playbook, on April 14th in New York City.
Sprint rolled out the HTC EVO View 4G at CTIA 2011 in Orlando. Upon closer inspection, the View appears to be a sleeker, 4G-version of the HTC EVO Flyer.
Taiwan-based technology company HTC is planning on joining the raging tablet war with a device of its own – the 7-inch HTC Flyer. HTC has yet to unveil a launch schedule but pre-orders for the Flyer have already swelled to one million.