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Posts Tagged ‘tablet’

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by Simon Brew
Simon ponders the continued explosion in the sales of tablet devices, and wonders how it can all be turned to good

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by Russell Barnes
Linux User & Developer magazine has got together with ViewSonic to give two lucky readers the chance to walk away with a cutting edge 7″ Android Tablet each.

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by Russell Barnes
Can ViewSonic upset the establishment with an affordable tablet inspired by Apple’s iPhone 4? Russell Barnes puts the 7″ Android-powered ViewPad 7 through its paces in an effort to find out…

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by Russell Barnes
Another month, another Android tablet release. This month it’s Toshiba’s turn to enter the fray with the Folio 100. Russell Barnes puts it through its paces…

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by Russell Barnes
The Samsung Galaxy Tab is the first true contender to Apple’s tablet crown, but has Samsung bitten off more than it can chew? Russell Barnes spends a week with the Tab to find out…

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by Russell Barnes
The S7 is the first ‘true’ Android tablet finally touches down in the UK, but does it live up to the promise of a bright future for the platform? Russell Barnes investigates…

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Posted by Russell Barnes
Linux User & Developer talks to Tommy Forslund, producer at Swedish mobile developer Polarbit, to see if Android can do for Tablets what it’s achieved in the Smartphone market…

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by Phil King
The Samsung Galaxy Tab is the poster child of the Android Tablet movement. This being the case we’ve put its specifications and features head to head against the current king of the hill – the Apple iPad. As you can see it raises the bar in several key areas including processing power, pixel density, system memory and storage among others…

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by Phil King
The success of the Apple iPad has prompted other manufacturers to launch their own tablet devices, mainly based on the Android platform. But can Android have the same impact as it has done in the smartphone market? Phil King examines the market and speaks to analysts and retailers to find out…

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by Russell Barnes
ViewSonic have today announced the ViewPad 7, the world’s first 7″ Android tablet with phone capability. Click through to learn more…

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by Russell Barnes
The Dell Streak. Is it a tablet, or is a smartphone? Get your answers on a postcard, but not before checking out Linux User & Developer’s review…

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by Rory MacDonald
New analyst’s report predicts a bright future for Linux mobile market with a 62% share expected by the year 2015. Rory MacDonald investigates…

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