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LG UX10 Brings Windows 7 To Tablets

What with all this controversy lately over Window's viability as a tablet OS, thanks to the HP Slate, it's interesting to see LG's UX10, the company's upcoming Windows-based tablet. Engadget luckily got some hands-on time with ...
 
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Apple Sells 2 Million iPads

Apple has just announced that they've sold two million iPads in less than sixty days since its April 3rd US debut. They probably brought themselves over the mark with last week's international launch, which included countries F...

 
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ASUS Eee Pad Makes Its Debut

ASUS announced an onslaught of new products at the Computex show, and their Eee Pad tablet is one of the most exciting. Coming in ten and twelve screen sizes, the Eee Pad runs on Windows 7 and features support for stylus handwr...
 
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mTouch Touchscreen Table Is Cheapest And Coolest We’ve Ever Seen (video)

[GR]8Pd_4TYb-Z4[/GR] When the Surface surfaced it cost an arm and a leg.  Worse, it wasn't really available for public purchase.  But now, just a few years later all the tech that went into the Surface has become relatively che...

 
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VIA To Release Four Android Tablets For Below $150 Each

In a bid at market dominance through price over quality, VIA has announced four Android tablets with prices below $150, with names like the G-Link A8, EKEN M001, EKEN M003. and the FirstView PC70. The thing is, there's no offic...
 
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Acer’s 7-Inch Android Tablet Is Shrouded In Mystery

Acer's sticking Android on whatever they can find these days. Thanks to Shufflegazine we know that in addition to their smartphones, Acer CEO Gianfranco Lanci briefly showed off an upcoming 7-inch Android tablet during a press ...

 
Tablets
 
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OLPC’S XO-3 Tablet Is Still Alive

If you're unaware, the One Laptop Per Child project (OLPC) has spent the last few years making inexpensive, well-constructed laptops for children in developing countries. Last year, they announced plans for a tablet device that...
 
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HP Slate Still Being Released This Year, But With What OS?

With HP's recent acquisition of Palm, rumors began flying that the HP Slate, the company's anticipated tablet, was being delayed and retooled to run on webOS instead of Windows 7. This rumor was fueled by reports that Windows 7...

 
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BlackBerry-tablet

BlackBerry Tablet Details Revealed

BoyRobotReport has received exclusive news about RIM's upcoming BlackBerry Tablet. The 8.9-inch touchscreen is considered a "companion" to the BlackBerry --  primarily a content viewer, be it e-books, movies, or photos. Users a...
 
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Intel Unveils New Tablet & Netbook Processor

Yesterday, Intel held its 2010 investor meeting, and they used the opportunity to launch full-scale attacks at the iPad with two new products -- a dual-core netbook and tablet concept. Intel VP Mooly Eden touted their tablet co...

 
Tablets
 
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HP Slate To Be Reborn As WebOS Tablet HP Hurricane?

The HP Slate is apparently dead in the water, thanks to difficulties with Windows 7 as a tablet OS. Sources said that Microsoft's OS was simply too power hungry for a device that's supposed to compete with the iPad, whose custo...
 
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Adobe Flash Android Tablet
Adobe Flash Android Tablet

Adobe Flash Running On A Yet To Be Branded Android Tablet (video)

What do we have here? According to Zedomax this unbranded tablet, which is running Android OS 2.1, supports both Adobe flash and Air apps "flawlessly". The video below shows the tablet running a Wired magazine application - a v...