Just 8.8mm thick, the iPad 2 trims 33% off its slim profile, gets a dual-core A5 CPU, front and rear cameras. Options: HDMI adapter, and a cover which wakes or sleeps the iPad when opened or closed.
Has a 7″ 1024×600 touchscreen, 1.5GHz CPU, 1GB RAM, 32GB storage, microSD slot, micro USB port, Flash support, runs Android with HTC’s Sense user interface and proper stylus support. More here.
Paper for the 21st century. Meant for sketching, taking notes or reading documents. It has a 13″ eInk display, with “ink” available in a variety of single colors. A 4-color version is coming too.
Honeycomb features lots of apps and widgets. An ever present status bar with virtual buttons helps with navigation. Apps include Google eBooks, a tablet-optimized GMail app and Google Maps 5.0.
Engadget got their hands on a production unit of the Notion Ink Adam. The tablet has a dual-core Tegra 2 CPU, 10″ Pixel Qi display, 3.2mp camera, HDMI out, 2 USB ports, SIM and micro SD slots.
The first tablet to run Android 3.0, XOOM has a 1GHZ dual-core CPU, 10.1â€³ screen, dual cameras, mini-USB, mini-HDMI ports and an SD card slot. Eventually it will use Verizon’s 4G LTE network.
Both have a 1GHz CPU, GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth, HDMI out, front camera, IR blaster and universal remote app. The phone has a 4″ screen, MicroSD slot, and 5mp rear camera. The tablet has an 8″ screen.
Carry all your media files with this new 250GB model. The tablet runs Android 2.2, has a 7-inch 800×400 LCD touchscreen, 1GHz CPU, a webcam, and USB, microSD and HDMI out ports.
Notion Ink finally shows off some of the capabilities of their tablet, the Adam. It’s able to run and display multiple apps at once, and it’s USB support is great too. Swiping is a bit sketchy though.
While enTourage’s 7-inch “dualbook” isn’t the sexiest gadget out there, it does give you a powerful Android tablet on one panel with an easy-to-read electronic ink reader on the other.
Acer’s new tablets will run Android 3.0 (aka “Honeycomb”), Google’s “Tablet OS.” They’ll come in 7 and 10.1-inch versions, with 1280×800 resolution, and the 10-inch has 1080p HDMI out.
Unveiled at the Intel Developer Forum, the Inspiron Duo is an Atom-powered netbook running Windows 7. Oh and also its 10-inch screen can be swiveled 180 degrees, turning the device into a tablet.
An Android 2.2-based cellphone with a 7-inch touchscreen, the Tab has many features that the iPad lacks, like Flash support, a 3.0MP camera, 1080p playback, and a microSD port. And a phone.
Designed as a digital replacement for textbooks and notepads, the Kno tablet will feature two large touchscreens, accept pen input, and a full-featured web browser supporting HTML5 and Flash.
UI Centric is out to make Windows 7 tablets awesome with their user interface. The UI has an overview home page, a page-turn gesture, and support for Flash, USB, camera and video chat.
This Android-based media player from Archos has a 7-inch touch screen, and is great for movies on the go. The expandable 8GB handheld can also surf the web, and read e-mail over its Wi-Fi connection.
The latest entry into the recently-crowded tablet space is ICD’s Android-based Gemini, powered by a zippy Tegra 2 system-on-a-chip, and sporting an 11.2″ 1366×768 touchscreen display.
The tablet formerly known as CrunchPad, the JooJoo has a 12.1″ touchscreen interface and a number of features that the iPad doesn’t have a camera, a USB port, and support for Flash.
Android users won’t be left out in the cold if Neofonie has its way: its WePad tablet sports an 11.6″ display, Atom N450 CPU, GMA 3150 graphics, webcam, and UMTS modem.
While we liked both Wired and Sports Illustrated‘s take on the tablet magazine, VIV Mag’s iPad Demo is a real page- and head-turner; it’s an all digital publication concept.
HP’s EliteBook 2740p tablet targets business users; it packs a touch/pen screen, Core i5/i7 CPU, military-spec magnesium alloy case/DriveGuard tech, built-in GPS, Wi-fi, and Gobi 3G.
If you liked Sports Illustrated’s tablet magazine concept, you’ll be happy to know that Wired, our favorite geeky magazine, also plans to go tablet; note that this is an Adobe AIR app.
Sony’s dash is on our radar with a 7″ touchscreen, 1500 apps, and chumby widgets, but the bedside tablet is an entertainment center, too: it now streams Netflix TV shows and movies.
The OpenTablet 7 is a 7″ multitouch tablet designed to serve as a home command center; it weighs 1.15 lbs and features 802.11n Wi-fi, dual HD video/still cameras, and Flash CS4.
Panasonic’s Toughbook H1 Field is a rugged 3.4 lb tablet; it features a MIL-810/IP65 chassis, 10.4″ touchscreen, Gobi EV-DO/HSPA module, Atom Z540 CPU, 2 GB RAM, and 64GB SSD.
Uploaded two days before Apple’s iPad unveiling, this Chrome OS Tablet UI may be a warning shot across Cupertino’s bow; it’s purely conceptual, but it’s also made by a Google employee.
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