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Dell Streak Now Available In New Cherry Red Color

Dell Streak Now Available In New Cherry Red Color

There is a new Dell Streak up for grabs and it sure looks enticing in a shade of bright cherry red, it ooks gorgeous in pure white and now things have become all the more colorful with the coming of the cherry red Streak with $99 price tag…….

By On January 14, 2011 Respond
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Motorola XOOM Tablet Available For Pre-Order

Motorola XOOM Tablet Available For Pre-Order

The dual-core 10.1-inch Android 3.0 Honeycomb superstar,Motorola XOOM tablet is now available for pre-order at a rogue distributor out of the UK Handtec…….

By On January 14, 2011 4 Responses
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Hanvon Announced HPad A116 Android tablet

Hanvon Announced HPad A116 Android tablet

Hanvon has introduced a new tablet, the HPad A116 at ces 2011.The Hanvon HPad A116 features a 7 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel capacitive touch TFT display, powered by a 1GHz ARM Cotex A8 processor, and Android 2.2 or 2.3.There is no information about pricing and availability.

By On January 7, 2011 Respond
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Sharp Announced Galapagos E-Media Tablet and Cloud-Based E-Bookstore

Sharp Announced Galapagos E-Media Tablet and Cloud-Based E-Bookstore

Sharp announced its Galapagos tablet at CES 2011.The company didn’t overtly mention Android, they could have slipped in a gem. They focused mostly on televisions and displays along with 3D, color optimization, and efficiency, but an interesting couple of devices called the Sharp Galapagos Tablet may have a dose of hidden Android.No specs for the US model have been confirmed, including the screen size.

By On January 7, 2011 Respond
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Acer Announced ICONIA Tab A500 Android Tablet

Acer Announced ICONIA Tab A500 Android Tablet

Acer has announced its Iconia Tab A500,which will connect in the States via the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE network.Like two of Asus’ new Android tablets, the Acer Iconia Tab A500 has a 10 inch multi-touch capacitive display and is powered by an Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core processor.No pricing details have yet been confirmed, and there’s no pictures of the device yet either.

By On January 7, 2011 1 Response
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OpenPeak Showed Off Its 10-inch OpenTablet at CES 2011

OpenPeak Showed Off Its 10-inch OpenTablet at CES 2011

OpenPeak has showed off its upcoming 10-inch OpenTablet at ces 2011.It is powered by Intel Atom Moorestown processor.The company claims that the device offers performance, usability and features not available on any tablet on the market.There is no word on pricing or availability.

By On January 7, 2011 1 Response
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Toshiba’s Android Tablet Announced

Toshiba’s Android Tablet Announced

At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2011,Toshiba has unveiled its first Android tablet.The device, which doesn’t yet have a name,is one of several shown Tuesday in Las Vegas on the eve of the Consumer Electronics Show.The Android tablet from Toshiba will start shipping in the first half of the year, but pricing has not been announced.

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Samsung Announced 4G Samsung Galaxy Tab, Smartphone for Verizon at CES

Samsung Announced 4G Samsung Galaxy Tab, Smartphone for Verizon at CES

Samsung and Verizon Wireless announced a new 4G LTE capable version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab will be available to Verizon’s customers in the future.Products bearing Verizon’s new LTE network, which shuttles data 10 times as fast as its current 3G speeds, have received top billing at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show. While we have no pricing information at this time, Verizon has said that all of its new LTE devices will be available in the first half of the year.

By On January 7, 2011 1 Response
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ViewSonic Revealed ViewPad 4 Android Tablet

ViewSonic Revealed ViewPad 4 Android Tablet

At CES ViewSonic announced an Android 2.2-based tablet/phone the ViewPad 4.In spite of its name, which suggests that it’s a tablet, the ViewPad 4 is actually a fully functional smartphone.There is not any pricing and release date information,but we expect that it will release sometime this quarter.

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Dell Announced Streak 7 4G Dual-Core Android Tablet

Dell Announced Streak 7 4G Dual-Core Android Tablet

At CES in Las Vegas Dell has officially unveiled the Dell Streak 7, Android OS based Tablet.It is supported by T-Mobile’s 4G HSPA+ network, and is capable of peak download speeds of 21Mbps for watching videos or online browsing.While no pricing information has been announced at this time but T-Mobile said that the Streak 7 will be available in the coming weeks.

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Notion Ink Adam Tablet at CES 2011

Notion Ink Adam Tablet at CES 2011

It seems that different android and windows tablets are dominating at ces 2011.An unknown company from India called Notion Ink introduced the first Android tablet to feature a Pixel Qi display and NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor.After hard working at last the Adam tablet is finally ready to ship, with the company saying that the first units should go out to customers the week of January 11th.

By On January 6, 2011 Respond
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Fujitsu Announced New Windows 7 Tablet Powered By Intel Oak Trail

Fujitsu Announced New Windows 7 Tablet Powered By Intel Oak Trail

Fujitsu has informally announced a new windows 7 tablet at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.With the informal announcement the company did announce some details to its Windows 7 slate, which unlike previous Tablet PC models, will be powered by an Atom-based Oak Trail processor.Like virtually every other PC maker in the known universe, Fujitsu is also reportedly planning to launch an Android tablet later this year.

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Samsung Debuts Its First Sliding Tablet PC 7 Series at CES 2011

Samsung Debuts Its First Sliding Tablet PC 7 Series at CES 2011

At CES 2011 in Las Vegas Samsung announced a new tablet device.The Microsoft Windows 7 PC 7 Series tablet is powered by Intel’s Atom processor designed for small mobile devices, which is codenamed “Oak Trail”. Rather than having just a touchscreen the machine has a sliding keyboard.Basically, the PC 7 Series has a sliding keyboard that can come out and sit at the foot of the display itself.The Samsung 7 Series Sliding PC will be available in March 2011 with a base price of $699.

By On January 6, 2011 2 Responses
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NEC Android Powered Dual-Screen  Cloud Communicator LT-W At CES

NEC Android Powered Dual-Screen Cloud Communicator LT-W At CES

NEC shows off the hinged Android tablet Cloud Communicator LT-W teased last month. Somebody suggesting it could be a great e-reader, a digital notebook for students, a scrapbook, or whatever devs dream up. This device is powered by Android 2.1 tablet with WiFi, Bluetooth, and optional 3G. The “Cloud” part of the “Cloud Communicator” name means that NEC thinks the LT-W would be great for generic cloud services.

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Panasonic’s Android Based TV Accessory Tablet Viera Has Unveiled At CES 2011

Panasonic’s Android Based TV Accessory Tablet Viera Has Unveiled At CES 2011

Panasonic has showed a Consumer Electronics Show press audience a tablet, but it’s definitely not a PC. Instead, it’s an extension of a Panasonic connected TV.The android-based mobile device that was being formally announced Thursday in Japan and was due to reach global markets later this year, according to Panasonic Consumer Electronics Co. president Shiro Kitajima.No word on pricing, release date, or specs yet, but details on a Japan launch are expected to be revealed soon.

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