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Light, thin and featuring a very robust battery life, Tablets have risen to be a great supplemental computer for some, and a main computer for others. It is also a good way to keep occupied and a great replacement to bring a library of books, songs and videos around.

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Chumby and LG team up to deliver expanded ecosystem

12/06/2011, It must be said that a device like Chumby has failed to capture the imagination of 300 million Americans, let alone folks living outside of the country, but I suppose it still sells more than its fair share of units to be fit to continue being produced...

Asus Transformer Prime has origami-like smart cover

12/06/2011, There is one thing that you really need to hand it to the folks over at Apple – they are clearly pacesetters in recent years when it comes to hardware design as well as ease of use in their software. I mean, give any grandpa or grandma an...

Jetbook Color e-reader will arrive in January and cost you $500

12/06/2011, If you were thinking of getting yourself a color eInk e-reader, you might have to end up paying $500 for the Jetbook Color e-reader by Ectaco, a company that takes the Havon readers and pairs it with their own firmware that has been exclusively developed...

Scanomat TopBrewer brews you a cup of coffee via your iPhone/iPad

12/06/2011, Ever wished you had a faucet that could dispense you coffee while being controlled via your iPhone? Okay to be honest that would be a rather weird wish and we’re not sure how many of you guys actually have that, but the good folks down at Scanomat have...

7″ Toshiba Thrive tablet now available

12/06/2011, Toshiba unveiled its 7” Thrive tablet several months back. The tablet was expected to be made available come November 2011 but it appears that Toshiba has missed their mark although not by much. For those who may have thought about picking up the 7”...

NVIDIA, Qualcomm,TI to supply ARM processors for Windows 8 tablets?

12/06/2011, Microsoft’s Windows 8 platform is expected to be both a desktop software and a mobile platform for tablet as well, and if Digitimes’ latest piece of rumor is to be believed, it seems that we can expect a variety of Windows 8 tablets that run on a...

Amazon Kindle Fire users complain about WiFi issues

12/05/2011, Some strange issues have cropped up with Amazon’s debut tablet, the Kindle Fire. According to reports online, and even Amazon’s own Kindle forum – quite a number of users have complained about their tablets having trouble connecting to WiFi...

HTC Flyer gets Honeycomb

12/05/2011, Remember HTC’s debut Android tablet, the HTC Flyer? It shipped with Android 2.3 Gingerbread when most of the tablets from other companies were shipping out Honeycomb tablets. Well for those of you who picked up a HTC Flyer and feel left out from the...

Dell Streak 7 appears to have been discontinued

12/05/2011, It looks like Dell has called it quits on yet another Android product, this time in the form of the Dell Streak 7. It was “confirmed” today via Dell’s website which states that the “Streak 7 is no longer available online”, which seems to suggest...

Samsung shows off flexible display concept tablet in video

12/05/2011, Some time earlier this year there were concept drawings of a Samsung phone with a flexible OLED display. This was a rather intriguing concept that we didn’t think would be happening anytime soon, but we were then proved wrong as Samsung stepped forward...

ASUS Padfone to come shipped with NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 instead

12/05/2011, Some time back in November, we reported that ASUS’s Padfone was spotted on GLBenchmarks with a Qualcomm MSM8960 processor. As it turns out that may not be the case according to Nicole Scott from netbooknews.com who claims to have it on good authority...