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.

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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.

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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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Velocity Micro Introduced 3 New Android Tablet

Velocity Micro Introduced 3 New Android Tablet

There really are a lot of tablets being announced at CES 2011 and Velocity Micro kept their footprint in that line.The company has just launched their new lineup of Android tablets as well: the 7″ Cruz Tablet L37, the 8″ Cruz Tablet P38, and the 10.1″ Cruz Tablet L510.There is not any pricing information or availability. However, Cruz has traditionally sold their tablets at the sub-$300 mark, so we are expecting similar price tags here as well.

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Motorola Xoom Android 3.0 Tablet Launched At CES 2011

Motorola Xoom Android 3.0 Tablet Launched At CES 2011

At Consumer Electronics Show (CES) Motorola Mobility has announced the Xoom tablet running the new Android 3.0 OS, formerly codenamed Honeycomb.The Motorola Xoom tablet will be coming in the first quarter of 2011 to Verizon.The company announced its tablet just minutes before T-Mobile dropped news of its own first Honeycomb tablet, made by LG Electronics.

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Windows 8 on ARM Chipset Has Confirmed

Windows 8 on ARM Chipset Has Confirmed

At Consumer Electronics Show (CES) Microsoft confirmed its long-rumored plans to port the next version of Windows, currently known as Windows 8, to ARM chipsets, in addition to those based on the Intel x86 architecture.Windows 8 will support System on a Chip ARM-based systems from “NVIDIA, Qualcomm, and Texas Instruments.” Microsoft also made plain at the time that x86 support will continue and that “normal” Windows software will run on an Intel based System on a Chip machines without rewrites.

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BlackBerry 4G PlayBook Coming This Summer Under Sprint Network

BlackBerry 4G PlayBook Coming This Summer Under Sprint Network

RIM has unveiled plans for an updated version of its new touchscreen tablet capable of accessing 4G cellular networks.Now they have a 4G version so the new tablet has named as BlackBerry 4G PlayBook.The BlackBerry 4G PlayBook, as it’s being called here, is heading to Sprint this summer.RIM also announced a deal with American telecom carrier Sprint to create the BlackBerry 4G PlayBook, the first RIM tablet capable of accessing wide area wireless networks.

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Android 3.0 Honeycomb for Tablets Catches On Video

Android 3.0 Honeycomb for Tablets Catches On Video

Google has dropped a video on its on its Android YouTube page.It seems that it is the first real look of the Android 3.0 operating system, known as Honeycomb.The video says Google Android Honeycomb is built entirely for tablets.That means the little green robot will be better equipped to handle the larger screen size.

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Viliv Launches Smallest Windows Tablet

Viliv Launches Smallest Windows Tablet

At CES 2011, the Korean company, Yukyung Technologies and its brand, Viliv, is squeezing Windows 7 into the smallest slate tablet at the show thus far.The Android tablets come in 7 and 10 inch sizes, and are labeled the Viliv Android Tablet X7 and X10, respectively.

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First Glimpse Of Windows 8 At CES 2011

First Glimpse Of Windows 8 At CES 2011

According to a report,Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer will reveal parts of Windows 8 during tomorrow night’s CES keynote.Ballmer will make a number of announcements regarding Windows Phone 7, Xbox and Windows.The main announcement will reportedly center on a version of Windows that will run on ARM microarchitecture, as has been rumoredin recent days.

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Lenovo IdeaPad Windows 7 Tablet

Lenovo IdeaPad Windows 7 Tablet

Beside Asus Eee Slate and Motion CL900 tablet now its turn to lenovo.Lenovo has just unveiled a Windows 7 powered tablet which is as of yet un-named as CES.As we informed it is powered by the soon to come Intel Oak trail new generation Atom processor.

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Motion CL900 Windows 7 Tablet

Motion CL900 Windows 7 Tablet

CES is knocking at the door.Almost every major manufacturer seems to have its own iPad competitor in the works and Motion is no different.The company has announced the Motion CL900 rugged tablet PC. Expected to be available in Q2 of 2011.It uses uses Intel’s latest “Oak Trail” Atom processor.

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Amazon Confirmed Kindle apps for Android and Windows Tablets

Amazon Confirmed Kindle apps for Android and Windows Tablets

Amazon has announced that it plans to release free Kindle apps for devices running either operating system.The new Kindle apps built for Android and Windows tablet computers will let customers “Buy Once, Read Everywhere”–on Kindle, Kindle 3G, Kindle DX, iPad, iPod touch, iPhone, Mac, PC, BlackBerry, and Android-based devices.

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