The new iPad Air weighs 28% less and is 20% thinner than the current-gen 9.7-inch tablet. It’s also got the new 64-bit A7 CPU, M7 motion processor, improved cameras, MIMO Wi-Fi antennas, and still offers 10-hour battery life.
These days, your smartphone is probably just as powerful as an iPad. ASUS takes advantage of this with a new tablet powered by docking your phone. Both devices share data, apps and connectivity.
LG finally reveals their first tablet computer. This one boasts an 8.9-inch (1280×768) display, runs Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) OS, a dual-core Tegra 2 CPU, and a stereoscopic camera for 3D video.
HP’s first serious tablet runs an optimized version of Palm’s webOS, has a 9.7-inch 1024×768 display, dual-core Snapdragon CPU, front-facing camera, Wi-Fi and an optional 3G model with GPS.
Dell’s Android-based 5-inch mini-tablet is official. The Streak will include a capacitive multitouch 800×480 display, Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity, GPS navigation, a 5MP camera and 16GB of memory.
The latest of HPs TouchSmart portables, the tm2-2050 wields a zippy Core i3-330UM CPU, and features a 12.1 capacitive touchscreen which can flip between laptop and tablet modes.
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