Dell introduced their new Duo the other day, and it has a very unique flip-style display that turns it into a tablet. I prefer the swivel method myself but it still looks pretty cool: Here’s a video:
RIM just unveiled their new 7 inch tablet which will be called the “playbook” and will launch early next year. It will feature a dual core 1GHz processor, have dual HD cameras and hdmi out among other things. Looks like this has the potential to blow the iPad out of the water. The GUI looks very smooth and multitasking looks good as well, here’s the video:
The Asus Eee PC 1015PEM isn’t the first dual-core netbook to be announced, but it’s the first to be available. It features the new N550 1.5GHz dual core Atom processor along with Bluetooth 3.0 and DDR3 RAM.
Here are the full specs:
Toshiba has announced today that by year’s end they will release a new 10.1″ tablet pc that runs on the Google Android OS. The tablet will be available in Europe, the Middle East and Africa but no word on whether they will sell in the US or Japan.
Here are some specs:
Samsung officially debuted their new Galaxy Tab yesterday and it looks pretty nice. Here are the full specs:
What’s nice is that it included Android 2.2 right out of the box so there’s full flash support.
The Acer Aspire One D255 is the first netbook to feature the dual-core N550 Atom processor that is available for purchase. Somehow the Home Shopping Network secured the rights as the first stop for this netbook, but I’m sure it will be available at other retailers shortly.
It’s listed at $399 and has the following specs:
It looks like Asus accidentally put up their new product page for the 1015PEM dual core netbook this morning. It must have been an accident because it was quickly taken down, but not before some details were gathered from it: