The T-Mobile SpringBoard has the performance and features to rival most small tablets, but the price is a bit hard to swallow.
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Thanks to its high-quality screen, streaming TV features, and 4G support (if you're willing to sign a contract), the T-Mobile G-Slate is one of the better Honeycomb tablets on the market today; however, its high no-contract price insures that it's not the best.
With its huge screen and throwback stylus, the Samsung Galaxy Note with Android 4.0 is a polarizing smartphone that winks at tablet territory. Those who like their screens extra-large will find a top-notch device that lets multimedia shine. The S Pen adds some artistic potential, but for some, the phone will simply be too big.
AT&T and T-Mobile will offer cellular-ready versions of the Samsung tablet in early September.
You'll still have to pay for a monthly wireless plan on the carrier's Alcatel OneTouch Pop 7 promotion, but the tablet's cost is on T-Mobile.
The Android 5.0-powered HTC tablet is available through T-Mobile's website.
The wireless war between Sprint and T-Mobile heats up as T-Mobile fires yet another salvo for a second consecutive day.
A limited-time promotion sees the Un-carrier discounting popular tablets, including the LTE-equipped Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1-2014 Edition.
The self-proclaimed 'un-carrier' is expanding its tablet presence with a rollout of its "free data for life" offer at Walmart stores.
The company will let new and existing postpaid customers add an LTE slate to their existing plans and get nearly 1.2GB of free data through the end of the year.