Creative Labs has launched their 7-inch and 10-inch Android-based ZiiO Wireless Entertainment Tablet devices in India at Rs. 18,000 and Rs. 22,000, respectively.
Update: HTC has confirmed that the Flyer would get a Android 3.0 aka Honeycomb update once Google makes the OS available to it.
HCL Infosystems has rolled out affordable Android-based tablets in India with prices starting at as little as Rs. 15,000.
ViewSonic is all set to display its latest dual-boot Android and Windows Phone 7 tablet and a dual SIM Android phone at Mobile World Congress (MWC 2011).
Enspert Identity E201U Android tablet is all set to ship next month. Dynamism has announced that it will start taking up pre-orders for the Enspert E201 Android tablet from February 1, 2011. After giving an order, you can expect to get the delivery within few week’s time. The tablet is priced for $349.
Samsung Galaxy Tab Android tablet now costs Rs. 28,000 at Flipkart.
The tablet fever is not over yet. Like every other company, Hannspree also had a few tablets to show off at the CES 2011. The company unveiled new 7- and 10-inch models.