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  1. abarbarian

    WikiPad WP005 Tablet PC

    WikiPad WP005 Tablet PC NVIDIA Tegra Quad Core 1GB RAM + 16GB Flash 7" Touchscreen + Wifi Bluetooth + Front Camera Android (Jelly Bean) http://www.ebuyer.com/670780-wikipad-wp005-tablet-pc-wp005 I did some research on this tablet and I gain the impression that it is quite a reasonable speced tablet for £69.99. I was thinking that I could use it to surf the web with at me mums through her tv. Would this give me a fairly decent surfing experience ? I know it is not the latest and greatest so would not expect it to be blisteringly fast. Any thoughts would be most welco
  2. abarbarian

    Peng Pod open source tablet

    http://www.linuxbsdos.com/2013/02/15/what-about-the-pengpod/ http://shop.pengpod.com/ Neat. So for $160'ish you get the top of the range PengPod with a case and keyboard and 32 Gb of storage. You can use Android or GNU/Linux. Sounds like a winner to me.
  3. Guest

    Microsoft Surface

    Microsoft's new Surface tablets make a solid first impression - ZDNet - by Ed Bott Excellent article. My favorite part: So true!
  4. Guest

    HP Slate 8

    HP Slate 8 Tablet Thinner Than iPad, Runs Windows 8 - eWeek HP 'Slate 8' Windows Tablet Details Surface - PCWorld Could this be HP's Windows 8 business slate? - ZDNet
  5. ASUS Transformer Pad TF300 review Engadget More in the article and more at PCWorld review here. Looks very interesting. Of course the image shows it connected to it's special keyboard dock. Sure makes it look like a laptop, non? Very nice!
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