Top 10 Tablet PC in 2010

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  1. liaqat

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    Better question What don't I own, Oh a generic APAD
    While I like Lenovo, It cannot run Android unless you install the Android SDK. Soo, unfortunately this is not really appropriate to the forum. I would be thrilled if you had posted the latest about Lenovo's Android tablet. Not this Windows 7 unit

    Sorry
     
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    Everyone can make a list.

    But with that said, the Thinkpad X series has always been excellent. These convertible tablet PCs are one of the best computing form factors imo.

    These are all x86 devices. Too bad Android doesn't have good support for this chipset platform right now, or I would be running Android on my HP 2710p too.

    Anyways moved.
     
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    that computer takes me back.... It reminds me of my first laptop. I played Command and conquer constantly on that ibm....
     
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    Sigh... IBM Thinkpads weren't supposed to be just about looks, but Lenovo has really washed the line down with the lowend Thinkpads. I have the SL, and it's pretty crappy compared to the real ones like the T series or even any of the R series Thinkpads.

    I like the way Thinkpads look though...
     

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