It's been a long journey for RIM's BlackBerry PlayBook. But at last, the 7-inch tablet with a speedy 1GHz dual-core processor and a nifty smart bezel can be brought home next month for as low as $500.
Which tablet is the fairest in all the land? We just can't decide — so this handy infographic might help point you in the right direction....
Up to speed on the whole iPad hates Adobe Flash and Google Android loves it story? Good, Android fanboys, we've got some bad news. If you were anticipating the dual-core Motorola Xoom iPad-killer to run Adobe Flash from the start, you'll be disappointed, because it won't.
Lately, Sony's been spreading its PlayStation brand a little thick — on the Xperia Play, NGP and Android smartphones. Word on the street is that Sony is working on a full-blown PlayStation Certified gaming tablet to take on the iPad's runaway gaming success.
Take a look inside the bag of an early-adopter techie and what do you think you'll find? Probably a smartphone and a tablet. What if your smartphone was your tablet too? You'd be able to ditch the bag and go for a stroll with a tablet in your pocket.
Is it just us or does it seem like Verizon is getting all the goodies this year? First the Droid Bionic, then the iPhone 4 and now it's expected to get the lightning fast BlackBerry PlayBook? Sounds like a plan to us!
Back when our grandparents were in school paper notebooks were really expensive, so school kids worked on iPad sized chalk slates. Now that idea is being revived, with this low cost electronic notepad called the NoteSlate.
Dell's "looking glass" tablet is no longer a secret. Cellphone blog, Cellphone Signal just leaked the 7-inch tablet with some sweet, but slightly blurry pics.
Tablets run mobile operating systems for one reason: to extend battery life. Apple's iOS and Google's Android both understand this. Asus is digging back in the archives of the Microsoft tablet PC days — it's planning to release its Eee Pad EP121 as if it were a notebook.
Why should you be interested in this tablet as opposed to say, all the other tablets that are slowly flooding the market? Because this tablet isn't any regular tablet — it's the first real tablet that will take full advantage of Android 3.0 Honeycomb, the next revision of Google's mobile OS.