The Tablets of CES

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  1. OffWorld

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    Engadget has put together a nice little table of the tablets being shown off at CES, what version of Android they'll have, what CPU, release month and (if available) price range.

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

    If you're considering buying in 2011, this might help you decide how soon you want to jump into a new tablet.
     
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    I was looking at that too, but then I saw them recommend the Notion Ink ಠ_ಠ
     
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    What's wrong with that? It's gonna be the awesome of awesomeness.
     
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    The Asus tabs look really nice. The 10" transformer is very thin. Love the ability to dock to the keyboard to become a laptop. The ips screen looks very bright with great viewing angles. I think this has taken over as current top dog on my wish list. For now. The Asus 7" tab looks real nice too.
     
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    The hardware looks okay on paper for the Notion Ink, but I really do not like what they are doing to the software.
     
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    The Eden UI? I like that they're at least trying something new, there's so many tablets announced that are shipping with stock Froyo without making any efforts to take advantage of the tablet format.
     
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    I think the Xoom was my fav. If I ever get frustrated with my pandigital, I will probably go with that
     
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    I have pandigital now, but it's just a kids toy compared to XOOM.

    Can't wait until it comes out.
     
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    About what those guys Notion Ink are doing, I don't think it's a good idea at all, especially with Honeycomb coming around. Check out the interview of Matias Duarte: Exclusive interview: Google's Matias Duarte talks Honeycomb, tablets, and the future of Android -- Engadget

    The Xoom really doesn't interest me because the hardware isn't really anything new. Plus they want to lock people into data plans, which I think it absurd for most end-users but is a good tree of money for the industry. We'll see how open Google is with the rest of the devices out there for Honeycomb. Motorola doesn't really play nice at all with developers.
     
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    That razor looks pretty sweet. Like how the keyboard changes. Pretty sweet stuff coming out !
     

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