Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 arrives on Verizon Wireless

by Edwin

Verizon Wireless has a surprise for those who are on the lookout for a tablet – the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 that will play nice with Verizon Wireless’ 4G LTE network, ensuring you will be able to enjoy speedy connections no matter where you are, assuming there is coverage, of course, while positively making you surfing on a 3G connection feel as though you have been transported back to the …

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Triangle Tablet, as satirized on “The Office”, could actually be a reality

by Mark R

Some of you might remember when we covered how the popular television show The Office (American version) satirized PC tablet culture as Dwight Schrute introduced a triangular tablet. Apparently, someone wants to harness “The Power of the Pyramid” as they are trying to develop an actual triangle tablet. The man is Eric Calisto, and apparently he was inspired by the aforementioned episode of The Office. You can read about his …

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CooTek TouchPal Tablet Keyboard app announced

by Edwin

CooTek has just announced their TouchPal Tablet Keyboard app which will play nice with the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, and what makes this special is it is the only Android tablet keyboard app which will rely on gestures in order to split and resize the keyboard. Not only that, you will be able to enjoy swiping and typing input methods. With the plethora of Android-powered tablets having …

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ePillow for the iPad

by Mark R

If you are one of those who needs a last-minute gift for an iPad user, it is here, better late than never. Actually, I’m sure that the ePillow has been out for a while now, but I only got a chance to recently try it out. It is designed to use the iPad or other Tablet comfortably while sitting or lying down. There is a video of it after the …

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Facebook for PlayBook introduced

by Edwin

When you are the 800lbs gorilla in any industry, niche or otherwise, you can certainly throw your weight around, and whatever you do or say does have repercussions on others who are far smaller and depend on you. Case in point, RIM’s BlackBerry PlayBook – this particular tablet is not exactly doing gangbusters in the market ever since it was released earlier this year, never mind the fact that the …

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Archos 70b can be yours for two Benjamins

by Edwin

If you are in the market for a new tablet that will not break the bank, I am quite sure that Archos’ latest release is right up up your alley – after all, you need not pay more than $200 for an Android 3.2 Honeycomb powered tablet, making it the cheapest tablet in its class that runs on that particular version of the operating system. The latest release is known …

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Portal 2 Aperture iPad Sleeve

by Edwin

Can’t get enough of Portal 2? Well, you might want to check out a technologically advanced tablet known as the iPad 2, and have it go along with the $29.99 Portal 2 Aperture iPad Sleeve to boot. Yes sir, this is an officially licensed Portal 2 product, and it will play nice with both the iPad and the iPad 2. Available in an orange color to match Chell’s jumpsuit, it …

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REV360 for the iPad Family

by Mark R

Some of you might remember when we reviewed the iPad Handstand, a way of putting the iPad on a frame so it can be held with one hand and easily rotatable. As I recall, this Handstand might not have been available for the iPad 2, but the REV360 is made for both models. Like the Handstand, it has a rotating disk that allows you to spin at 360 degrees with …

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