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Will the Kindle Fire make seven-inchers sell?

When Amazon unveiled its Kindle Fire tablet, most of the attention went to its headline-grabbing, ultra-low price tag – but the size could be significant too. Rather than go for an iPad-esque ten-inch screen, Amazon went for a much smaller seven-inch model. Could that be the sweet spot for media tablets?

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Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101 Hands on Review

The nice people at Asus let us play with their Eee Pad Transformer TF101 tablet, and we were keen to discover if it was as good as it looks.

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Viewsonic Viewpad 7 Review

It must be quite annoying being Viewsonic: the firm doesn’t have the cachet of Apple or Samsung, largely because its products tend to be me-too offerings rather than genuinely innovative devices.

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Motorola Xoom

Motorola’s going through something of a purple patch just now, with well-liked Android phones and now, an impressive Android tablet too. The Xoom won’t be cheap, but it’s one of the most interesting Android devices to date.

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Dell Streak 5 and 7 Reviews

Dell has two tablets to choose from: the 5-inch Streak 5 and the forthcoming seven-inch Streak 7. A third tablet, the Streak 10, is due later this year, although that one’s aimed at business users and will run Windows. So what do Dell’s current tablets have to offer?

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Viewsonic Viewpad 100 Review

The Viewpad promises the best of both worlds: all the horsepower of a Windows tablet for work, and the fun of Android for touch-related tomfoolery. When it’s good it’s very, very good, but it has a couple of serious flaws – not least that you can’t actually buy it yet.

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