Leaked 7- And 10-inch Dell Tablets Not Coming That Soon

Dell is slowly ambling its way into the tablet arena. This summer we’ll see the Dell Streak 5, an unfortunately-named 5-inch Android tablet that’ll feature AT&T 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity. That’s a decently sized screen but the 800×480 resolution may leave people wanting more.

In that spirit, Dell will also be launching 7- and …

Toshiba Prepping Windows 7 And Android Tablets

Everybody, please welcome Toshiba to the tablet party. The company is currently developing a few different slate designs and will offer some with Windows 7 and some with Android.

Toshiba America’s Jeff Barney said the devices will launch this year, although a firm timeframe hasn’t been established yet. Aside from a standard 10-inch …

Google Working In ‘Stealth Mode’ On Android Tablet?

Funny how we didn’t hear much out of Google when the Apple iPad launched. If there’s one company that could legitimately compete by bringing a tablet with similar specs to market, it’d be Google and its Android operating system. While various Android tablets are available with 5- to 7-inch screens and 800×480 resolutions, it seems …

Rumor: HP Slate In June, Priced At $550 Or Less?

Spanish-language site apparently got some hands-on time with the HP Slate and revealed that European pricing will be set at 400 Euro, which is equivalent to just under $550 here in the US.

That’s not to say that it’ll actually cost $550 here, though. If I were a betting man, I’d think that HP might be shooting for …

Samsung Prepping Slate PC

Over the next few months, it appears that we’re going to be seeing a distinct divide between tablets and slates. There will probably be some crossover in naming conventions—some slates called tablets, maybe some tablets called slates—but for the sake of argument, let’s refer to tablets as devices that run more mobile-ish …

Sony Prepares To Do Battle With Apple, Itself

Ask anyone what they think of Sony today and chances are you won’t get a positive response. The company that once dominated the consumer electronics sector has fallen on hard times in recent years. Every facet of the business is playing catch up to companies like Microsoft, Samsung and Apple. What went wrong?

I fondly remember my …

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