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ExoPC Windows 7 slate: Now with (unofficial) Android dual boot goodness

Sure, the first retailer in the US to offer the ExoPC 11.6 inch slate is the Microsoft Store. And sure, the computer runs Windows 7 and a custom user interface out of the box. But when has that ever stopped anyone from installing the OS of their choice on hardware? An Australian user has posted […]

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Fox News: HP/Palm’s new PalmPad headed for CES, looks exactly like the Slate

According to Fox News, HP/Palm will be showing off three new tablet devices at CES in January. Fox states that the PalmPads will run webOS 2.5.1, and sport similar hardware to the iPad. The device will feature USB 3.0, possible multi-format card reader and a mini-HDMI port, as well front and rear-facing cameras (at 1.3 […]

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Kno single and dual-screen tablets begin shipping today

A while back we heard that the Kno and its comparatively massive dual 14-inch screens (as well as its single-screen brother) would be shipping some time before the end of 2010. When the company began accepting pre-orders, it looked as though they would meet their deadline –and they have. Gotta Be Mobile reports that the […]

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Microsoft: Windows Phone 7 is for phones… not slates

Now that Microsoft has officially launched its Windows Phone 7 operating system, we should start seeing mobile phones from HTC, LG, Samsung and Dell hit the streets later this month. But it looks like that’s all we’ll see, because Microsoft has consistently stated that the OS is designed for phones and not slate computers. ZDNet’s […]

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AMD to launch tablet chips with high performance graphics… eventually

AMD sort of sat on the sidelines of the netbook space for the first few years, but this year the company introduced a line of chips that offered decent battery life, about 2-3 times the CPU performance of an Intel Atom chip, and support for 1080p HD video playback as well as 3D graphics acceleration. […]