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Reviews and articles including specifications and prices of the latest Android, iPad, BlackBerry, Samsung and Sony tablets.
BlackBerry Playbook
BlackBerry Playbook
5/24/2011
One thing about the PlayBook's QNX ­operating system is that it's incredibly smooth and responsive - coupled with the robust hardware and the capacitive screen, all your taps, pinches and flicks respond quickly and smoothly.
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Motorola XOOM
Motorola XOOM
5/7/2011
Motorola Mobility first teased us with an video showing various types of tablet, from the earliest tablet from Egypt to the latest tablet from Samsung, noting that the Motorola Xoom would be the evolutionary tablet that is powered by the Android 3.0
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ZTE S7
ZTE S7
3/29/2011
At a glance the Huawei S7 is virtually identical to the other tablets on the market right now, though latched on its back is a Roller Stay pole (standing frame) which gives it a slightly unique look compared its peers
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ZTE V9
ZTE V9
2/16/2011
Android tablets are sprouting quicker than we can count them, and ZTE has certainly joined the bandwagon of fragmentation. The 7-inch tablet is the Chinese company's first foray into the tablet market, so let's see what is in store.
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CSL Spice MI700 DroidPad
CSL Spice MI700 DroidPad
12/13/2010
The CSL Droidpad Mi700 is Tablet cum Smartphone that runs on version 2.2 of Android, which is also known as Froyo. As we have mentioned before, Froyo is a version of Android that has been tuned to run faster than before, so it will make devices with
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Samsung P1000 Galaxy Tab
Samsung P1000 Galaxy Tab
12/12/2010
The Samsung Galaxy Tab has generated a lot of buzz since it was unveiled at the IFA show in September. It is certainly the most talked about Android Tablet that everyone is eager to get their hands on.
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Apple iPad
Apple iPad
10/31/2010
The iPad so far has split opinions right down the middle. – Is it closer to a netbook or an e-reader? Does it have word processing capability? If so, how would I type? What about entertainment? It’s a medley of questions for one of Apple’s great leap
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Dell Streak
Dell Streak
9/2/2010
The Streak uses a customised Qwerty keyboard which has a numberpad. Typing on it takes getting used to because the alphabet keys are off centre because of the numberpad.
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