Images Of Google’s Upcoming Nexus Tablet Allegedly Leaked

There have been many rumors regarding a Google Nexus tablet. In fact, recently some very clear hints of the 7-inch tablet surfaced on a benchmarking site, showing off Asus as the vendor of the hardware of this tablet. And now, yet more hints show that Asus may be the one crowned with the creation of this Google tablet.

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Google May Launch A 7-inch Tablet This Year

The niche market of 7-inch tablet had been unexplored until Amazon released Kindle Fire and it took the world by quite a storm, at least for a few weeks after it's release. It's overall sales too could be bested only by Apple. This success made all tablet vendors realize that 7-inch tablet market is a lucrative and no less important avenue. So while we had earlier heard that Apple is working on a similar sized tablet, we now have been told by analysts from DisplaySearch that Google is also in the process of developing a 7-inch tablet.

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Kindle Fire, Nook Tablet, Responsible for 7 Inch Tablet Demand?

Kindle Fire just won’t stop growing. And even if that’s very good news for Amazon, we are hearing reports of people being actually worried that they will be left out in the cold with no Fire to heat up their living rooms for Christmas. One solution is that they reconsider and go out to buy a Barnes&Noble Nook Tablet instead. Nooks have been doing great as well, feeding the apparently growing need for 7-inch tablets of the population.

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Tablet Review: Toshiba Thrive 7-inch tablet

Toshiba's 7-inch tablet, Thrive is quite a treat. If you want a nifty, little tablet rather than a 10-inch one and are really looking for an awesome display with perfect touch responsiveness, this may be your thing. Of course you have to be an Android fan to tool the Android 3.2 Honeycomb installed on it. The price, too, may seem a little high compared to the other options in the market.

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Kindle Fire Offers Poor Usability Experience, Says Study

According to a recent study carried by the notable usability expert, Jakob Neilsen, the usability experience of Kindle Fire is not quite good. According to Neilsen, the screen size makes accurate tapping quite difficult while the response to the tapping is also quite slow. Moreover, the lack of standard buttons such as home, volume control etc makes it annoying for a user.

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PanDigital 72-70FW 7-Inch Cheapest Tablet In Amazon

PanDigital 72-70FW 7-Inch is the Cheapest Tablet In Amazon. The PanImage Multimedia tablet changes the way you access the web, access email, check social networks and curl up with a good book. With instant access to the Barnes and Noble PanImage Color Multimedia Tablet lets you read and carry hundreds of books, magazines, and newspapers with you wherever you go.

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BlackBerry PlayBook With Wi-Fi Coming To Sprint

BlackBerry PlayBook headed to Sprint and Sprint Marketing Director Gerald Evans revealed on his personal blog earlier today that the WiFi-only, 16GB version of the tablet will be hitting Sprint stores on Sunday, June 5th for the usual $499.99. Sprint has stated in the past that a 4G WiMAX enabled BlackBerry PlayBook would join their network in the Summer and if Sprint embraces the Wi-Fi only PlayBook this weekend that is a good first step towards a 4G version for the near future............

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