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Acer Iconia Tab A510 Will Reveal In Europe This April

After the Iconia Tab A700, Acer's second quad-core Android Tab A510 will reportedly release in Europe this April. This tablet was shown off at CES 2012. Then many people have already admire of this tablet. At a pre CeBIT event in Germany, Acer was finally declared and given a reveal date. Side by side Acer also declares this tablet price.
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Toshiba Excite, The Slimmest Tablet on the Market so Far

This year’s Consumer Electronics Show is reportedly going to present a lot of exciting new products and first news about new releases are just hitting the blogosphere. As rumored previously, Toshiba already presented a new tablet that broke a record. Toshiba Excite, is with about 7.7 millimeter thin, 1 millimeter thinner than the previous world…
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Pre-Order Available For Motorola Xyboard WiFi Tablet

I think all of us already informed about Motorola's new tablet Xyboard! For those who are waiting to have a Motorola Xyboard WiFi version tablet they do not have to wait any more. Motorola just start accepting pre-order for Xyboard WiFi Tablet in Motorola’s website.
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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…
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Archos 70b Android 3.2 Honeycomb Tab At $199

The new Archos 70b tablet powered by Android 3.2 Honeycomb will be less than two hundred USD. The 70b Internet Tablet, the company's first Honeycomb-based slate features with a 1.2 GHz processor, 1024 x 600 capacitive touchscreen, 8 gigs of flash storage, 512MB of RAM and WiFi connectivity. The Archos 70b may familiar to the tablet lovers, that is…
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ASUS Says That Netbooks Still Outsell Tablets

As the year comes closer to an end, Asus has just released its financial results for the third quarter of 2011 and the news are pretty good. The Taiwan based company managed to beat the forecast for net profits and in the process uncovered some fascinating figures about their product shipments. So it turns out that Asus shipped 1.3 million Eee PC…
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