A 13.3″ MacBook Pro modified into a tablet with a Wacom digitizer interface. It retains all of the laptop’s internal hardware and runs OS X (and Windows by way of Boot Camp).
It has a 7″ 1280×800 IPS touchscreen, a Tegra 3 CPU, 1GB RAM, 8-16GB storage, NFC, micro USB and will run on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Looks like a competitor to the Kindle Fire. Available this July.
An Android 4.0 tablet with a 10.1″ 1920×1200 HD screen – not as sharp as the new iPad’s display but still impressive. It also has an NVIDIA Tegra 3 CPU, 1GB RAM, 32GB memory and a microSD slot.
Available in 11.6″ and 13.3″ models, the Taichi tablet-laptop hybrid that has two 1080p screens. It has an Intel Ivy Bridge Core i7 CPU, 4GB RAM, SSD storage and 2 USB 3.0 ports.
Chameleon is an alternative to the vanilla home screen on Android tablets. It lets you place groups of apps and then switch to different home screens based on location, Wi-Fi network or time.
Dropping Apple’s numeric naming convention, the new iPad gets a crazy 2048×1536 retina display, 5mp iSight camera w/1080p video, a fast quad-core A5X chip, and 4G LTE wireless. Out 3/16.
Aatma Studio became famous for its futuristic take on the iPhone 5. They’re doing it again with the iPad 3, imagining a magnetic edge-to-edge display, NFC and holographic capabilities. More like iPad 10.
A concept tablet designed to run PC games, thanks in part to its Core i7 CPU and controllers with force feedback. Also has a 10.1″ 1280×800 touchscreen, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and a ridiculous codename.
An Android 3.2 tablet with a quad-core 1.4GHz Tegra 3 CPU, 1GB RAM, up to 64GB storage and a mobile dock that adds a keyboard, touchpad, a USB port, an SD slot and 6 hours of extra battery.
The Toughpad A1 is an industrial-strength 10.1″ Android 3.2 tablet resistant to dust, water and drops. Has 4G, a 1.2GHz dual-core CPU, 1GB RAM, 16GB storage, micro-USB and microSDHC slots.
Not to be outdone by Kindle Fire, B&N strikes back with their 7″ Android tablet, made for movies, games, web-surfing and of course, reading books. Has a dual-core CPU, 16GB storage, and 1GB RAM.
Has a 10.1″ WXGA IPS screen, Android 3.1, dual core 1GHz Tegra 2 CPU, USB, micro-USB, SD and mini-HDMI ports. Pre-loaded with 25 apps and has an optional stylus that converts handwriting to text.
A 7″ tablet running Android 2.3. It has a browser, runs apps and plays media, but it’s still very much an eReader. Users can participate in social reading – a book club supercharged by the Web.
Maximize your laptop’s usefulness with DrawTop, a vinyl adhesive that can be used as a whiteboard. Use it for work, to make notes, to doodle or to personalize your laptop. Also available for tablets.
A portable stand for tablets, smartphones, e-book readers and anything else that can stick on its reusable and washable adhesive panel. Its curved base and strap lets you use your thigh as a desk.
While we don’t really think there’s anything that special about Roni Margolin’s concept tablet itself, the wireless soft keyboard built into its felt case is pure genius. We want one for our iPad now.
Made of patent-pending co-molded metal and plastic material, the InfiniteLoop tablet stand and the MiniLoop smartphone stand have both strength and flexibility, and thus unbelievable versatility.
Available in 8″ and 10.1″ models, G9 tablets have a dual core 1.5GHz OMAP4 CPU, Android 3.1, USB port, HDMI out, and either 16GB flash storage (plus microSD slot) or a 250GB hard drive.
Stick the PadTab on the back of your gadget, then stick the WallTab on any clean flat surface. Then slide the PadTab into the WallTab to mount your tablet. Each PadTab comes with 2 WallTabs.
If you’re like us, you’ve probably got a laptop, a tablet, and a smartphone. RenÃ© Woo-Ram Lee’s Bento Book concept lets you combine all three into a single gadget, then still use them individually.
It’s easy to dismiss concepts and visions of the future as impossible, but as this extremely prescient video from 1994 shows, some people really do have a firm grasp of what’s to come.
Turn your iPad, Android tablet or smartphone into a virtual canvas with these special brushes that work with capacitive touchscreens. This Kickstarter project needs your pledge if you want one.
Volker HÃ¼bner’s tablet is optimized for designers and artists. With a 15.6″ OLED screen, pressure-sensitive stylus, programmable buttons and scroll wheel, it’s like a Cintiq with a computer built-in.
Blurring the lines between laptop and tablet, the Iconia has a pair of 14-inch multi-touch LED/LCD panels covered with durable Gorilla Glass. Powered by a Core i5-480 CPU and runs Windows 7.
The EVO View 4G runs Android 2.3 with the Sense UI on top. It has a 7″ touchscreen, 1.5GHz CPU, 1GB RAM, 32GB storage, microSD slot. It also has a stylus, but unfortunately it will be sold separately.
The Galaxy 10.1 tablet has a 10.1″ 1280×800 touchscreen, 1GHz dual core CPU, 8mp rear camera, 2mp front camera, Android 3.0, dual surround speakers, Flash, Google apps and more.
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