Reinventing the neebooks

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Top 10 Tablets with Android

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JKK at JKK Mobile has posted what he thinks is the list of the best 10 Android Tablets coming this fall to the market. These are in my own opinion the best of the best Tablets that have been shown so far.

Toshiba Folio 100

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If are one of those waiting for the Samsung Galaxy Tab thinking that you are getting an iPad killer think again. Wait until September and get a Toshiba Folio 100, a machine that according to Toshiba will give you up to 7 hours of battery live in a 10 inches display with more side and resolution than what we see in the Galaxy Tab. The machine will come with the trio WiFi-BT-3G and a video chip nVidia. Android Froyo with Flash support and multitasking, web cam, sd reader, and both mini and full size USB ports all these are enough to make the iPad seems like a toy.

Samsung Galaxy Tab

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The Samsung Galaxy Tab, everybody is waiting for this machine with huge expectations. Why? Well, technically this machine brings some features that the iPad does not have. That with Android 2.2 supporting Flash and the fact that is device coming from Samsung gives this machine the potential to become the first real competitor that Apple will face this year.

Galaxy Tab from Samsung

The future of Tablets

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Glen Burchers from Freescales has a very clear picture of how Tablets of the future should look and how they should be used. This video shows clearly an example of his vision.

Ruvo’s new Tablet Pc

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Recently I received a press release from Ruvo about a new Tablet PC, the Avox AT11. According to Ruvo this is a device ready to compete against the iPad.

PhatWare Releases WritePad 4.1 for iPad

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I know that many Tablet PC owners have not bought yet an iPad because of the lack of any handwriting recognition. Well, here is WritePad. Many of us know this software from the time when we were starting to play around with Pocket PCs, more than 7 years ago. The recognition engine developed by PhatWare was probably even better than the one from Microsoft at that time. And now it’s available for iPads. Another reason to buy this gadget!

WritePad lets users take notes in their own handwriting with an iPad stylus pen, or a finger. The state-of-the-art handwriting recognition software will adapt and learn while it is being used, improving the recognition quality over time. WritePad supports simple gestures, to select text, cut, copy, paste, insert special characters, and more. The new WritePad Twitter client allows users to send Twitter updates directly from WritePad. It can also display the Twitter timeline and replies to your updates, making it possible to copy, retweet, and reply to Twitter updates.

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