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Toshiba Unveils The Thinnest Honeycomb Tablet Yet, The 7.7mm-thick AT200

Just like the rumor stated, Toshiba used IFA 2011 to announce its latest Android tablet and it’s just as tiny as it looked. The AT200 packs a 1.2GHz TI OMAP 4430 CPU, up to 64GB of memory, and most of the ports that made the Toshiba Thrive popular: micro-USB, microSD, and micro-HDMI.

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Samsung Unveils Dual-Core Galaxy Tab 7.7 And 5.3-Inch Galaxy Note

Size matters. Don’t let anyone tell you different. Samsung understands this, and has thus tried to build a tablet for just about any size pocket or backpack you may own. We all know about the GalTab 10.1 and 8.9, but today even smaller models join the pack. At the IFA conference in Berlin, Samsung today announced the Galaxy Tab 7.7 and the 5.3-inch Galaxy Note.

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HP TouchPad gets Android Port and Final Production Run

To meet the high demand for its discontinued, but steeply discounted $99 TouchPad tablet, HP says it will do one more production run before finally killing the project for good. Meanwhile, an alpha Android port to the WebOS-based TouchPad has been demonstrated, and a bounty for a full Android hack...

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Two Reasons Why an Amazon Tablet Could Compete with the iPad

Not long ago, when Amazon first reported that it would be selling the Kindle eBook device, many analysts scoffed, and they had good reasons to do so.

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HP Could Revive The TouchPad, Says Former webOS VP

Hold on to something tight, webOS geeks. Your favorite tablet, which I can only assume is the TouchPad, might not be the last webOS tablet incarnation from HP. An HP executive and former webOS VP recently stated that the company could resurrect the TouchPad stating to Reuters, “tablet computing is a segment of the market that’s relevant, absolutely.”

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