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    Asus PadFone X Mini Comes to AT&T This Month

    The Asus PadFone X mini is a shrunk-down version of the PadFone X that we reviewed earlier this year. The PadFone X is a rare breed of hybrid device—instead of being a 2-in-1 tablet and laptop like we’re used to seeing, it’s a 2-in-1 smartphone and tablet, thanks to a tablet docking station that the […]

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    Ashton Kutcher Shows Off His Newest Baby, The Yoga Tablet 2 Pro

    You might remember that last year, Lenovo hired Ashton Kutcher to be a product engineer for their tablets. Well, Kutcher has been doing a series of videos showing him with focus groups taking about Lenovo’s Yoga Tablets and asserting that yes, he really is doing this product engineer thing, he’s not acting. He’s also been […]

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    Asus Releases Ridiculous FonePad and PadFone Infinity [Hands-on]

    Say what you want about Asus, but you have to admit, they have an impressive commitment to taking the road less traveled. First we had the dual-screen Taichi, and now we have an update to the smartphone-tablet PadFone duo, called the PadFone Infinity. And, because why not, Asus also revealed the FonePad at Mobile World Congress […]

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    HP Introduces the Budget 7” HP Slate7

    True to rumor, HP has unveiled a tablet running Android at Mobile World Congress. The HP Slate7 is a 7” tablet available on the cheap, with specs decent enough to make it worth a look when it hits stores in a couple months.

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    Panasonic Toughpad Can Beat Up Your iPad

    Toughpad tablets by Panasonic are designed for those of us that drop things. You always see these tablets for kids and I always wonder why they think we get any better at how we treat our stuff as adults. Toughpad got the memo and made a tablet that can seriously take a beating. It is […]

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    Hands-On with ASUS’s New Line of Transformer Tablets for 2012

    It seems like the Transformer Prime just came out, but ASUS is already prepping consumers for their new tablets for 2012, all of which will be branded with the Transformer Pad name. ASUS introduced high-end, mid-tier, and low-end offerings, but all three manage to pack in some very impressive tech, regardless of price point. All […]

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    $249 NOOK Tablet Hands-On and First Impressions

    Barnes & Noble has finally unveiled their NOOK Tablet and it’s just as everyone expected based on last week’s leaks. Read on for our first impressions and hands-on with the NOOK Tablet. The new NOOK Tablet looks just like the original NOOK Color, but under the hood the device has been revamped with significant upgrades. […]

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    Intel AppUp Center Review

    The app. It was one of the buzz words of 2010. It has redefined how we enjoy electronic entertainment. Of course, the app in 2010 was mostly relegated to the smartphone, and those who had one could enjoy brilliant titles like Tap Tap Revenge and the current pig-wrecking juggernaut that is Angry Birds. Apps weren’t […]