Hands-on with the Sharp Galapagos tablets

Sharp is showing off its 5.5 inch and 10.8 inch Galapagos tablets at CES this week. Both tablets run a highly customized version of Google Android with a heavy focus on eBooks, magazines, comic books, and other digital media, although there’s also a web browser. Unfortunately the WiFi wasn’t working at the Sharp booth, so […]

Acer unveils convertible tablet/notebook with detachable keyboard

Acer is showing off a mockup of an upcoming convertible Windows tablet which takes an interesting approach to the question of what to do with the keyboard when you’re not using it. Instead of a slide-out keyboard, or a swiveling keyboard, Laptop Magazine reports that this computer has a detachable keyboard. The idea is that […]

MSI shows off tablet design concepts

MSI is showing off four tablets at CES this week, including two that are purely concept devices which may never see the light of day, and two tablets which are likely to come to market eventually… but which are clearly only in the prototype stages at this point. One rather unusual prototype (pictured above) is […]

Hands-on with the OpenPeak tablet

OpenPeak is showing off its upcoming tablet with an Intel Atom Moorestown processor. The demo units at CES are all running Google Android 2.2 and have 7 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel capacitive touchscreen displays, but OpenPeak says the specs are subject to change. For instance, the tablet could easily run MeeGo or use a […]