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Andy Pad Review

Some tablet firms just don’t get the same attention as Apple. Just look at the Andy Pad – we’re willing to bet you’ve never heard of it, and yet they – there are two models – are among the cheapest Android tablets on sale in the UK.

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Will the Asus Padfone start a trend?

A few weeks ago Asus teased everyone with what appeared to be a combination of tablet and telephone, but few people expected anything quite as weird as the Asus Padfone. It’s a kind of hybrid tablet, but it’s not a tablet with phone features: it’s something a lot more interesting.

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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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Galaxy Tab 2 Video footage

Another fine combination of video from T3 and Steve Chippy, this time showing off the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 or 10.1, both offering hands on device overviews.

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LG Optimus Pad Video demo

A combination of LG Optimus Pad video demos from T3 and Techdigest, featuring the device and operating system recently announced at MWC.

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Blackberry Playbook vs iPad Comparison Demo

Below is a browser speed test comparison of the Blackberry Playbook and the Apple iPad, supplied by the web browser team at RIM. Also featured is the official preview of the Playbook tablet.

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HTC Flyer Review

HTC makes some of the world’s most popular Android smartphones, so the news that it’s making the HTC Flyer tablet is going to make lots of people happy. With the iPad 2 imminent, is it too late to the party?

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Archos 70 Review

Archos likes to do things differently from other firms, and its ultra-cheap Android tablet can also run a more traditional form of Linux if you prefer. So is this a tablet for Linux geeks, or is it useful for non-geeks too?

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