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Sony announces S1 and S2 PlayStation Certified Tablets

Pushing forward with the PlayStation Suite, Sony has unveiled a pair of PlayStation-certified Android 3.0 tablets: the 9.4" S1 media tablet and dual-screen S2. Noting the names, they're a welcome break from the weird naming…

Samsung unveils Galaxy Tab 8.9 and Galaxy Tab…

Samsung has officially announced two new additions to the Galaxy Tab family, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. Both new models are NVIDIA Tegra 2 based running Android 3.0 Honeycomb…

HP unveils 9.7″ WebOS TouchPad tablet

One of the inevitable results of HP's acquisition of Palm is a webOS-enabled tablet.  Today HP has unveiled just that, a 9.7" tablet powered by the latest version of webOS, the HP Touchpad. The HP…

Notion Ink’s Adam in pictures

One of the most awaited Tablet Projects, Notion Ink's Adam has posed for the camera at CES 2011. The Adam will be available in multiple configurations, and unlike most tablets which rely on local carriers…

Motorola introduces the XOOM tablet

Motorola has officially entered the tablet market with the introduction of the 10.1″ Motorola XOOM tablet.  The company calls dibs on the title as the first (Honeycomb) Android 3.0-powered tablet and touts it's  powerful dual-core…

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Toshiba ships 10.1″ Folio 100 slate in Europe

Toshiba is starting to ship it's Folio 100 tablets in several countries in Europe. The 10.1-inch slate is equipped with a 1024x600 capacitive multitouch display and powered by a dual-core 1GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 system-on-a-chip…