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Three reasons why the Amazon Kindle Fire could be a hit

Posted September 29, 2011 by Adrian

You probably already know that the Amazon tablet we have heard so much in the last couple of months has finally been officially announced and will start shipping in a matter of weeks. This is supposed to be quite a hit, according to all the speculation going on right now. In the following lines we […]

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New Kindle Touch reader – features, prices and realese date (video)

Posted September 28, 2011 by Mike

The Kindle is by far the most popular ebook reader in the world right now and for good reasons. In order to keep it the best, with facing competition from the Nook and the Sony eReader, Amazon just announced their revamped lines of ebook readers, including an updated new Kindle and the brand new Kindle […]

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The IPS screen makes the device more versatile when it comes to viewing angles
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B&N Nook Color – ebook reader or cheap tablet?

Posted May 6, 2011 by Mark

The Nook Color is primarily an e-reader, being Barns and Noble’s response to the highly popular Kindle, released by Amazon. Unlike the Kindle, the Nook Color feels more like a tablet, as it comes with a color screen and is much more customizable than the Kindle. Let’s take a closer look at the features of […]

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The tablet has a 16:9 aspect ratio, which is great for watching HD videos
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Coby Kyros 7 inch Android tablet- affordable and mostly enjoyable

Posted April 12, 2011 by Mark

The time is for another cheap tablet, namely the Coby Kyros 7, and it seems like the pipe with affordable slates becomes more and more crowded. It’s no wonder, as what was considered mainstream or even a top buy only a year ago becomes obsolete in comparison with the iPads and Xooms of the current […]

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4:3 aspect ratio is great for reading
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Velocity Micro T301 – nice tablet with some trick up its sleeve

Posted March 19, 2011 by Mark

The Velocity Micro T301 is basically an e-book reader with some tablet features coming as a bonus. Wait, don’t run just yet! There’s more to life than flawless 1080p playback and Android 3.0. All joking aside, this little fellow does what it promises to do quite well and has a very accessible price, making it […]

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Red, green and blue versions will be available later on
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Note Slate – cheap note taker with plenty of charm

Posted March 19, 2011 by Mark

Tablets have increasingly numerous features these days, being able to deal with video and audio playback, web surfing, taking pictures and video (editing them), gaming and so much more. Don’t get me wrong, having all these at our disposal is great, and I couldn’t picture the tablet landscape without iPads, the Xoom tablet and so […]

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A7's multi port setup lets you move around content much easier
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eLocity A7 Touchscreen – solid for the money 7 inch tablet

Posted March 6, 2011 by Mark

Tablets are known for matching and sometimes outmatching the performance of computers or some netbooks and the eLocity A7 is a good example for this. The 7 inch tablet, running on Android 2.2, has a capacitive touchscreen with a 480 x 800 resolution and packs the Tegra 2 1 GHZ dual core processor and an […]

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A large picture of one of the newest HTC tablets.
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What is a touch screen tablet PC – a thorough explanation

Posted March 6, 2011 by Cosmin

In a world where new electronic devices are being invented every day, it becomes more and more difficult for the regular users to make a clear distinction, especially if we consider that their names are sometimes so similar… For example, how many people out there know what are the main differences between netbooks and notebooks […]

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8.4 inch Prestigio MultiPad tablet heading to stores for below 200 euros
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Prestigio MultiPad line of Android tablets goes the affordable way

Posted February 22, 2011 by Mike

You probably haven’t heard much about Prestigio, a company based in Cyprus and specialized in producing various electronics for the EMEA market (Europe, Middle East and Africa), most of them targeted towards budget oriented customers. Their products might not be the best but they do offer good value for the money and that’s why they […]

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