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Dell’s strikes Gold with Windows and Android-based Tablets (Complete Spec List)

As each an every electronic producer is trying to hit Gold with Tablets, Dell has struck as well to make news with three awsome tablets, First the Lattitude ST Tab which boasts a HD 1366×7680 pixels screen along wuth a 1.5Ghz processor and HDMI Output! And then Streak Pro which has a Tegra T25 Processor and boasts the feature-laen Honeycomb along with Dell’s Stage 1.5 UI! Last but not the Least Latitude XT-3 a Convertible Tablet with Intel’s Core i-Series Processor boosted up with 4GB of Ram and Encrpyted HDD Support, These are some great piece of work by Dell expected to hit shelves in June Streak Pro will land in June, followed by the Latitude XT3 convertible tablet in July, and the Latitude ST in October.

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Windows-Based Elitepad S10 Speeds itself up with 1.5Ghz Processor

The 10-inch Windows slate boasts a 1.5GHz Intel Atom Z670 processor (not the Z760, as being reported elsewhere). Other specs include 1GB of RAM, flash storage, a 1.3 megapixel camera, WiFi, HDMI-out, and Bluetooth 3.0 and Oak Trail CPU! This tablet is cool because of it’s support for Windows 7 a feature that makes it competitive to others! Read the rest of this entry

Packard Bell brings it’s Honeycomb-based Liberty Tab

You didn’t think that Acer wouldn’t be sharing some of its new tablets with its still-kicking Packard Bellsubsidiary, did you? The latter has now debuted the Liberty Tab, its own spin on Acer’s Iconia Tab A500. As you might expect, however, there aren’t many differences beyond the name, with this one packing the same styling Read the rest of this entry

Acer Iconia Tablet, Dual-Screen available in Canada and U.S.

Acer’s Iconia-6120 dual-screen tablet has finally become available for pre-0order in the U.S. and Canada. The new Iconia Tabl is aredy making big news with the set of specs it has: two 14-inch Gorilla Glass LED-backlit LCDs, Intel Core i5 2.66 GHz CPU, 4 GB of DDR3 RAM, a 640 GB, 5400 RPM hard drive, Wi-Fi, gigabit Ethernet LAN, two USB ports, HDMI output Read the rest of this entry

HDMI / USB adapter for iPad, iPod 4, iPhone 4

Hanwha’s latest dongle might do the job. As you can see above, in place of the original adapter’s dock connector port is a USB 2.0 socket — compatible with cameras supporting mass storage connection — alongside the 720p-friendly HDMI port, but you’ll have to use the switch to toggle between the two modes. And that little mini-USB port on the far right? Well, it’s there to provide some juice to “reduce battery drain,” but probably not enough to charge up your iDevice. If you’re still interested and have a friend in Japan, Hanwha’s charging ¥5,980 (around $73), which is almost double that of Apple’s $39 connector. Read the rest of this entry

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