Samsung Preps 10-Inch Tablet With Keyboard

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With the Galaxy Tab selling more than one million units in a month, Samsung keeps the momentum going with the unofficial announcement of their new Windows-based 10-inch tablet: the Samsung Gloria. Blogeee’s sources indicate the new tablet will feature a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, as well as a custom UI developed by Samsung. Details are scarce, … Continue reading

Scosche Provides Galaxy S Tab Accessories Line-up

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Scosche Industries announced the launch of a new arsenal of products designed to enhance the user experience for the recently launched Samsung Galaxy Tab. The lineup consists of several signature cases: folDIO, gloSEE gt1, and snapSHIELD gt1. Each is priced at $44.99, $29.99 & $24.99 respectively. The foldIO is available in black or white with … Continue reading

Samsung Galaxy S Tab Is Coming

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When the time for holiday shopping arrives, the Samsung Galaxy Tab will be available to on all the big mobile carrier networks: AT&T, Sprint, T- Mobile and Verizon. While the no price info has been leaked, what has leaked are the specs such as the Media Hub–aka a downgrade version of iTunes, but for video, … Continue reading

Nintendo Preps Tablet Peripheral For Wii

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Publisher THQ is launching the uDraw Game Tablet for the Wii later this year. The tablet is about the size of the Wii and connects to a Wii controller, which enables gamers to draw and play compatible games. The tablet will cost around $70 and comes with uDraw software. Pictionary and Dood’s Big Adventure will … Continue reading

OQO Model 03 Revealed, Along with Specs

OQO sadly went out of business in April of 2009 just before they were able to get the Atom powered OQO Model 2+ into the hands of customers. This was a deeply felt loss for UMPC fans. The site http://www.oqo.cc is now showing something they are calling the “OQO Model03”, which is an upgrade version … Continue reading

Dell Streak Releases This Week

Dell confirmed it will offer its 5-inch Android-powered Streak tablet sometime this week. According to the official page, signing up for the pre-sale will get you a free upgrade for second business day shipping, and the option to purchase a Plantronics Bluetooth headset for $0.99. The Dell Streak includes a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 3G, … Continue reading

SmartQ T7 Android Tablets Hits China

Import junkies will have to venture into the China marketplace for these two. SmartDevices introduces two new Android tablets (the SmartQ T7 and T7-3G), each donning a a 7″ touchscreen display. Both models run on Android 2.1 OS, Wi-Fi capability, 1080p video playback; as well as RMVB, AVI, MKV and WMV video formats and a … Continue reading

Will We See That Windows 7 Tablet in 2010?

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer announced at the World Partner Conference that Windows 7 slate devices will indeed be coming at the end of 2010. “We know you really want to know what’s coming…They [the Slate PC’s] will come from the people you would expect. From Asus, from Dell, from Samsung, from Toshiba, from Sony,” says … Continue reading

OLPC’s XO-3 Tablet a Dream for the Underprivileged

One Laptop per Child latest XO-3 Tablet is just as impressive as when chief Nicholas Negroprone introduced it last December. Working off of Marvell’s Moby reference design, the multi-touch tablet features a semi-flexible plastic casing, 1GHz processor, 1080p full-HD encode/decode, USB-integrated camera; and supports Flash, Linux, WinMo and Android. With an expected 1-watt energy consumption … Continue reading

ExoPC Slate Tablet Gives iPad Some Competition

ExoPC will soon release the Slate—a Windows-based tablet, which is larger and said to be more powerful than the iPad. With the availability of 32GB or 64GB SSD storage and 2GB of memory at your disposal, the Slate supports Flash and Wi-Fi. The tablet comes with an onscreen keyboard, multiple USB ports, a 1.3 megapixel … Continue reading

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