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Fujitsu pushes Stylistic Q550 tablet for professionals… with tongue

Well here’s something you don’t see every day. Fujitsu has put together a series of videos to promote the company’s new Stylistic Q550 Windows tablet. The overall theme? It’s designed for professionals. But I’m not entirely convinced that’s the message these videos send. In at least two we see office pranks but no sign of […]

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First look at Lenovo’s 10 inch Windows 7 tablet

I got a chance to check out the new Windows 7 tablet that Lenovo is showing off this week, and it looks pretty nice. The only problem is it’s not a real product yet. Don’t get me wrong. It has a decent screen, runs Windows nicely, and even gets halfway decent battery life — but […]

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Lenovo introduces a new Windows 7 tablet

As expected, Lenovo is starting to show off tablet computers in advance of CES. The folks at Laptop Magazine snagged some time with the company’es new Windows 7 tablet powered by an Intel Atom Oak Trail processor. While there aren’t a lot of details to share at this point, we do know that the tablet […]

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Asus to showcase 12 inch EP121 Windows tablet at CES

We’ve known that Asus is working on a Windows 7 tablet for a while, but now the company has put out a teaser video showing some of the tablet’s features. The company will debut the Eee Pad EP121 during the week of CES in January. Here’s what we know about the EP121 so far: It […]

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It’s official: HP’s Windows 7 tablet isn’t dead (yet)

OK, we know that HP is working on a tablet computer running the Palm WebOS operating system. So what’s up with that HP Slate 500 tablet that was spotted on the HP web site yesterday? You know, the one running Windows 7? Didn’t HP kill off its Windows 7 tablet plans months ago? Well it […]

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Anadem tablet is the anti-iPad (Windows 7 + a ton of buttons)

The Apple iPad runs a simple operating optimized for touchscreen displays, and the screen is practically the only thing you use to control the device. Sure, there’s a power/home button and volume buttons, but that’s about it. The Anadem P101 is the opposite. OK, I guess the opposite of a tablet might be a ball […]