Survive anything with Panasonic Toughbook H1 Field tablet

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It’s clear that Steve Jobs and the rest of the team in Cupertino have opened up an incredible floodgate with the announcement of the Apple iPad. We’re going to see a lot of new entries in the tablet/e-reader department in the months to come, but very few will be able to be quite as rugged as the new Panasonic Toughbook H1 Field. It ain’t slim, it ain’t sleek, but it’s tough as nails.

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Can’t Decide Between Tablet or Netbook? Have Both!

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The Apple Tablet (or “iSlate” if you prefer) is probably going to be announced later this month, but it will likely still “restrict” you to a touchscreen only experience. What if you want to have a full keyboard to use at times? It seems that the Lenovo U1 overcomes this very concern by combining a […]

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Asus Eee Pad to Enter Tablet PC Market?

So, the current expectation is that the Apple Tablet will be ready for primetime next March or April. It has the potential of really changing the market, much like what the Cupertino crew were able to achieve with the Apple iPhone. Well, it seems that Mac won’t be the only way to go. There are […]

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Much-Discussed ITG xpPhone Will Do Windows 7 Too

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Do you remember that ITG xpPhone? Remember how it was supposed to be one crazy smartphone that got powered by a full build of Windows XP? Well, ITG is going further, because they’re going to plop Windows 7 into that frame. We all know that Windows 7 is supposed to be more efficient than Windows […]

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Amazon Kindle for PC to Invade Windows 7 Tablets

You know how the Barnes & Noble Nook eBook Reader was announced earlier this week? It seems that the crew at Amazon are fighting back, but it’s not without another piece of hardware; it’s with eBook software for your Windows-based computer instead. Barnes & Noble already had a software solution that allowed people to buy […]

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How to Transform Dell Mini 9 into Tablet PC

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Gigabyte has its netbook-sized tablet PC, but the build quality leaves much to be desired and the price point isn’t exactly in the ideal range. So, what can you do if you want to have the tablet experience in a netbook-sized package? You do it yourself, of course, as evidenced by this modified Dell Mini […]

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Pre-Orders Taken for ITG xpPhone with Windows XP

BlackBerry OS? iPhone OS? Symbian OS? These are all perfectly viable mobile platforms, but they still don’t offer the same kind of utility that you’d be able to extract from a true desktop operating system. That’s why ITG has decided to create a new smartphone that is powered by a full build of Windows XP. […]

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Kids Get PeeWee Pivot Tablet Laptop/Netbook

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This certainly isn’t the first netbook to be targeted at school-aged children, since we’ve long since grown familiar with devices like the Intel Classmate PC. However, this new laptop/netbook comes with an interesting twist. The PeeWee Pivot happens to be a convertible tablet PC for kids. The 8.9-inch display features a 1024×600 pixel resolution and, […]

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It Takes $99 to Convert a Notebook to a Tablet PC

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Tablet PCs are utterly fantastic for graphic designers and other creative types, but not all of us want to fork over the big bucks for that kind of thing. As it turns out, it only costs $99… if you take the third-party roundabout accessory route with the good people at Brando. Using Brando’s special USB-based […]

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Asus T91: Eee PC Officially Converted to Netbook Tablet

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Aha! Just as I predicted, the world will soon be treated to a larger variety of netbook-sized convertible tablet PCs. We’ve seen the more expensive versions from Flybook and Gigabyte, but something closer to netbook in stature (and price) could soon be on the way. Once again leading the charge for netbooks is Asus, the […]

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Fujitsu U820 LifeBook UMPC Powered by Intel Atom

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The netbook market is a terribly confusing place. The first Asus Eee PC was a seven-incher, but there has been a recent push toward 8.9-inch and 10-inch model. Dell has taken it even further by offering a 12-inch Inspiron Mini, making netbooks bigger than ever. Fujitsu, on the other hand, is taking netbooks in the […]

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Nokia N810 Internet Tablet Gets First Dibs on Firefox Mobile

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Yeah, the Mozilla guys may be feeling a little down since Google released its own Chrome web browser. After all, Google was one of Mozilla’s biggest supporters. Oh well, you live and you move on, and that’s exactly what that crew is doing. You may have heard about the development of Firefox Mobile web browser […]

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Kohjinsha Keeps Shining with W130-Series Subnotebook Tablet

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When I was over in Tokyo last year, I walked into the Yodobashi Camera store in Shinjuku and was immediately overwhelmed by an incredible little machine bearing the Kohjinsha name. Looking almost like an overgrown e-dictionary, the Kohjinsha subnotebook was running on Windows Vista. I was impressed. Keeping up with its good name, Kohjinsha has […]

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Hands-On with FlyBook V5 Convertible Tablet

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Everyone seems to be falling in love with the small form factor of subnotebooks like the Asus Eee PC, but some people may not be satisfied with the level of performance that they offer. The MSI Wind, HP Mini-Note, and other similar devices are meant to be secondary computers, but the FlyBook V5 from Dialogue […]

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