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New Apple iPad 3 Review: The Best Gets Better

Apple is the 500 lb 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[...] Read full article

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Lenovo IdeaPad A1 Tablet Review: Kindle Fire Killer?

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. Does that[...] Read full article

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Can Budget Android Tablets Compete in New Tablet Market?

Budget Android tablets used to cost less than the brand name alternatives, but now tablets from Amazon and others launch at budget prices. We take a look at a tablet[...] Read full article

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Amazon Kindle Touch Review: The Best New eReader

The Kindle Touch is the new flagship Amazon eReader. With no physical keyboard or navigation buttons, the Kindle Touch is the first Amazon eReader to rely exclusively on touch. Find[...] Read full article

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Amazon Kindle Fire Second Look Review: Features and Content

The Amazon Kindle Fire is more than just a low-cost Android tablet. With it comes Amazon's vast content services, including music, eBooks, apps, and video. The question is how much[...] Read full article

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Amazon Kindle Fire Review: A True Consumption Tablet

Amazon is putting all its mighty marketing muscle behind the Kindle Fire, suggesting the 7-inch tablet is poised for big holiday sales. But beyond the hype, is this consumption-oriented Android[...] Read full article

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New Amazon Kindle Review

The new Amazon Kindle is smaller, lighter, and less expensive than its predecessor (the newly-dubbed 'Kindle Keyboard'). But is that enough for Kindle and NOOK owners to ditch their older[...] Read full article

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Velocity Cruz Micro Review

The Velocity Cruz Micro tablet features a 7-inch capacitive touchscreen with Android 2.0, 256MB of RAM, and Wi-Fi wireless networking. It is currently available for $249, with some online stores[...] Read full article

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Amazon Kindle 3 WiFi/3G Review

The new Amazon Kindle is lighter and thinner than the previous generation eReader. It also offers faster page turns and improved screen contrast. Are the upgrades enough for hardcover lovers[...] Read full article

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Aluratek Libre eBook Reader Review

Borders may be late to the eBook market, but it is a major force in the book biz. Unlike Barnes & Noble and Amazon, Borders has no dedicated hardware. Instead,[...] Read full article