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Tablets at CES 2011: Honeycomb, Windows 7, and all the rest

Definitely an impressive array of tablets to look forward too. Is there actually a market big enough to support this many tablets? Isn’t most of them riding the hype of iPad?

Amplify’d from www.engadget.com
official Engadget tablet chart of CES 2011.
favorites in bold,
Enjoy!

  Tablet Platform Size Notes Avail./$
Acer Iconia Tab A500 Android 3.0 10.1-inch Tegra 2, Verizon LTE, dual cameras April
Aluratek Cinepad Android 2.2 10.1-inch Borders application pre-loaded February / $300
AOC Breeze Android 2.1 8-inch Rockchip processor, 1.1 pounds January / $200
ASUS Eee Pad MeMo Android 3.0 7-inch Dual-core Qualcomm processor, includes a capacitive stylus June / $499
ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Android 3.0 10.1-inch Tegra 2, IPS display, keyboard dock included April / $400 – $700
Asus EEE Slate EP121 Windows 7 12-inch Intel Core i5, IPS display, wacom digitizer January / $1000
ASUS EeePad Slider Android 3.0 10.1-inch Tegra 2, IPS display, slide out keyboard May / $500 – $800
BlackBerry PlayBook QNX 7-inch Very attractive UI, dual-core 1GHz ARM A9 CPU Q1 (Sprint 4G Summer)
Dell Streak 10 Android 10-inch
Dell Streak 7 Android 2.2 7-inch Tegra 2, T-Mobile 4G, Dell Stage UI January
eFun Nextbook Next4 and Next6 Android 2.2 7-inch & 10-inch 1GHz Cortex A8 processor, Borders Books apps Q1 / $350, $300
Fujitsu Windows 7 tablet Windows 7 N/A Intel Oak Trail Atom Z670, removable battery Q2 2011
Kno (single and dual-screen) Linux 14-inch Dual screens, meant for students, includes stylus Invite only now / $599, $899
Lenovo LePad Android 2.2 10-inch 1.3GHz Snapdragon, Lenovo UI, U1 dock available separately Q2 for US market
Lenovo Windows 7 Slate Windows 7 10-inch Intel Oak Trail, active digitizer with stylus
Motion Computing CL900 Windows 7 10.1-inch Oak Trail processor, Gorilla Glass, active digitizer with stylus Q2 2011, less than $1,000
Motorola Xoom Android 3.0 10.1-inch Tegra 2, LTE, dual cameras (rear shoots 720p) Q1 / 4G in Q2
MSI WindPad 100A Android 2.2 10-inch ARM Cortex A8, 1GB of RAM
MSI WindPad 100W Windows 7 10-inch 1.66GHz Atom Z530 CPU, 32GB SSD, 2GB RAM Q1 / $499
NEC Cloud communicator LT-W Android 2.1 7-inch Two 7-inch resistive touchscreens, stylus included
Netbook Navigator Nav 7, Nav 9, Nav 10 Windows 7 7-inch, 9-inch & 10-inch Intel Atom processors, touchpad on backside Q1 / $599 for the NAV9 and $699 for NAV7 & NAV10i
Notion Ink Adam Android 2.3 10-inch Tegra 2, Pixel Qi display, Eden UI Janurary / Starting at $449
OpenPeak OpenTablet 10 Android 10-inch Transflective screen, Gorilla Glass, dual cameras
Panasonic Viera Tablet Android 4-inch, 7-inch, 10-inch Viera Connect, not much else revealed
Pandigital Multimedia Novel Android 2.1 9-inch No Android Market, OS not upgradeable $214
Razer Switchblade Windows 7 7-inch Oak Trail processor, all about gaming
Samsung Galaxy Tab WiFi version Android 2.2 7-inch Hummingbird processor, Gorilla Glass display, dual cameras Q1 2011
Samsung Sliding PC 7 Windows 7 8-inch Intel Oak Trail processor, slide out keyboard, Samsung Touch Launcher UI May / $699
T-Mobile G-Slate Android 3.0 10-inch T-Mobile 4G, made by LG
Toshiba unnamed Tablet Android 3.0 10-inch Tegra 2, dual cameras, removable battery Q2
Velocity Micro Cruz tablets Android 2.2 or 2.3 7-inch, 8-inch & 10-inch Tegra 2, dual cameras
Viliv X10 Android 2.3 10.2-inch ARM Cortex A8, over 10 hours of battery life promised
Viliv X7 Android 2.3 7-inch ARM Cortex A8, SIM card slot March
Viliv X70 Windows 7 7-inch Intel Oak Trail processor, optical trackpad, split software keyboard April
Vizio tablet Android 8-inch IR blaster, 1GHz processor, Android layer

Read more at www.engadget.com

 

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