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The Google Nexus 7 has arrived, and with it comes a new standard for consumption tablets: a low price point combined with high-end specs to offer the smoothest media experience possible.
The Lenovo IdeaTab S2109 has some appealing features, but for the most part this Android tablet is dragged down by generally sub-par hardware and poor battery life.
For our preview of Windows 8, we were given a Samsung Series 7 Slate on which to test the OS.
We took a look at the Leader Impression i10 tablet a year ago and were impressed but not blown over by the low-cost tablet from a non-brand name contender.
The Leader Impression i7A is one of the most affordable 7-inch tablets on the market.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 is a modest update to one of the best Android tablets of 2011, complete with a modest launch price of $400.
With the Excite 10 LE, Toshiba has introduced what it once called the "world's thinnest 10-inch tablet." But unfortunately, this tablet doesn't have much more going for it than its looks.
The Barnes & Noble NOOK Simple Touch with GlowLight is the latest addition to the eInk family of readers.
The 10.1-inch Iconia A510 packs a cutting-edge Tegra 3 processor from NVIDIA and other high-end features.
The trend of releasing low-priced Android tablets continues, but the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, priced $250 at launch, really stands out in the crowd.
The ZTE Optik from Sprint is a low-cost 7-inch Android tablet, just like the Kindle Fire, B&N NOOK Tablet, and Lenovo A1.
Users looking for an Android Ice Cream Sandwich tablet without having to break the bank now have a solid option in the form of Acer's new pseudo-budget tablet, the Iconia A200.
Apple is the 500 lbs gorilla of the tablet market, so the release of this company's third-generation model generated a tremendous amount of hype...much of which is well deserved, as the new iPad offers a number of enhancements over its predecessors.
Lenovo is going after the Amazon Kindle Fire with a device we've dubbed the "budget brand-name tablet." Its spec sheet is basic, but its price tag is low.
The Motorola Droid Xyboard 10.1 takes aim at enterprise users with 4G LTE connectivity, a business-friendly suite of apps, and capacitive stylus support.
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