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Android Tablets

Cheap Android tablets for under $200 – best inexpensive tablet PCs

Posted December 7, 2011 by Mike

Tablets are hot right now and I’m sure most of you want one. However, I’m also sure most of you guys aren’t ready to spend $400+ on such a device, that’s why I put together this post, where I’ve gathered most of the good cheap tablets available in stores now, that you can get for […]

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The Kindle 4 is the latest member of the Kindle e-reader family.
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Guides and How-Tos

Amazon Kindle 4 unboxing (video)

Posted October 8, 2011 by Adrian

Ever since the new line of Amazon Kindle e-readers was announced and officially released, we were dying to get our hands on the new devices and to see them in action. Today is the day where we catch the first live glimpse of the new Amazon Kindle, the fourth generation reader. Along with us, you […]

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The HP Touchpad can now run Android Gingerbread 2.3.5
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10 inch tablets

How to install Android Gingerbread on the HP Touchpad (video)

Posted September 12, 2011 by Adrian

The HP Touchpad saga is about to turn into a real soap-opera, as we have for you today a good, but also a bad piece of news regarding the development of Android Gingerbread on HP’s 10-inch tablet. As you probably already know, the HP Touchpad, along with all other webOS devices, has been discontinued and […]

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Using Tablet PCs in school: a good or bad idea?

Posted August 17, 2011 by Adrian

Ever since technology has started to progress and devices such as laptops, notebooks and tablet PCs have started being taken into account as learning devices as well as devices for fun, there has been a question that has yet failed to receive a clear and definite answer. Could these kinds of gadgets be introduced in […]

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The HTC 7-inch Flyer is one of the few tablets that offers a stylus for taking notes
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Can you use a modern tablet for inking or taking notes?

Posted August 14, 2011 by Adrian

Tablet PCs have come a long way and have progressed year after year, becoming lately something that was very difficult to anticipate a while back, in terms of performance and technical specifications. Having this in mind, it was almost inevitable that some of the features supported by tablets in the past would end up corrupted […]

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4:3 aspect ratio is great for reading
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Top 10 inch tablets – bigger means better?

Posted April 28, 2011 by Mark

Tablets are the most hyped gadgets today. No wonder, as they offer the functionality of a computer, the flexibility of a cell phone and most of them let the user customize them at will. A tablet lets you access the internet, check emails, watch videos, listen to music or read e-books. A slate usually comes […]

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Samsung Galaxy Tab
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Top 7 inch touch screen tablets – what makes them so popular?

Posted March 24, 2011 by Mark

The 7 inch format was, until recently, synonymous with touch screen tablets. When companies realized the potential of touch screen devices, they decided to add a couple of inches to smart phones and this is how the 7 inch tablet appeared. These devices are usually associated with Android. The OS was initially developed as an […]

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What you see on a Windows 7 tablet desktop is not different from that of a netbook or desktop computer
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Windows tablet PCs – are they on the right track after all?

Posted March 22, 2011 by Mark

Traditionally, people will get a little worried when they hear about Windows on a tablet. In a way, the emergence of Android as the primary mobile OS was also a breath of fresh air on the entire personal computing experience, as most people were eager to try something new, something more oriented towards their need […]

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