Category: Gemini (Android)

Drive Like A Fighter Pilot – Garmin Head Up Display

Navigation experts Garmin have announced what I think is the coolest add on to your smartphones navigation app.This small HUD (Heads-Up Display) unit connects to your smart phone via Bluetooth, and beams pertinent navigation information on to a small screen attached to your car windshield or to an included …

Gemini JoyTab Duo 7 3G – Review

So, in the time after my original First Impressions post on the Gemini Devices JoyTab Duo 7 3G, a few things have happened. North Korea decided to try and bluff the world into a nuclear war, Margaret Thatcher died, I began revising for exams and the document that …

Gemini Joytab Duo 9.7 – Review

Some would have you believe that if you want a tablet that you have to have an iPad, some would also say you have to have a Nexus 7 but my take on things is that sometimes in life you need to take the Red Pill and try …

Gemini Joytab Duo 9.7 – Initial Impressions

Gemini Devices are one of those companies that keep releasing decent products at decent prices. The latest products in their line-up are a selection of Jelly Bean tablets. Over the years we have had reviewed a few different tablets from them, most recently I used the JoyTab Pro …

Gemini Joytab Duo 7 3G – Extended Initial Impressions

What have we here? Well, the lovely people at Gemini have sent me their new Joytab Duo 7 3G for review. I’ve spent a few days playing with the device to a point that I have started to get a feel for its capabilities. You can see some …

Gemini Devices announce two new Dual Core 7 inch tablets

Gemini Devices have today announced two new models in their JoyTab range. The JoyTAB Duo 7 3G (Gem7032G) RRP £139.99 and the JoyTAB Duo 7 (Gem7020) RRP £79.99. Price wise the new tablets are certainly intriguing. The other thing with the JoyTab spec is that they come with …

Gemini JoyTAB GEM7008 review

What can you get for £80 these days? The surprising answer is an Android Ice Cream Sandwich tablet with Play store compatibility from a British brand. Sub £100 tablets are nothing new, but on the whole they’re poorly built, slow and sold under a name nobody’s has ever …

Gemini Devices are to unveil new devices at the Gadget Show Live

Gemini Devices make the Joytabs like we reviewed here and here. They are affordable well spec’d tablets and the range is about to expand. They have two new 7″ tablets and two new 9.7″ tablets, one of which has a keyboard. Here is the basic spec and info for …

Gemini JoyTAB with bluetooth keyboard – Review

The other week we published our initial impressions of the Gemini JoyTAB with bluetooth keyboard. Things looked good apart from a few ill placed logos. I’ve been using it for a few weeks now and it’s time to bring you the full review. Design The JoyTAB is made …

Gemini Joytab Gem9212 announced – updated info

Gemini make a range of budget tablets, one of which was reviewed by Ronnie a few months ago (review here). Yesterday Gemini announced a new model to add to their ranks. The new tablet will be called the Gem9212 costing only £229.99 and it will feature the usual …

Gemini JoyTab 8″ Tablet Review [updated 02/08/12]

Not so long back we announced that Gemini had become a new name in the Android tablet world. Aimed squarely at the entry level market, the Gemini JoyTAB range aims to bring the full Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich experience to a price point that has, until recently, …

Gemini JoyTAB Budget Ice Cream Sandwich Tablet Range

A new player in the UK Android market has officially announced a full range of budget tablets today. Gemini Devices have been trading for a while in China, but are now bringing their JoyTAB Android tablets to the UK. Consisting of three tablets – 7”, 8”, and 10” …