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Sharp At It Again With Overpriced Galapagos Tablet

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It seems like every time I turn around a less-than-popular electronics vendor is attempting to boost their sales through the creation of a tablet. In the United States, the company Sharp would qualify as one of these less than popular vendors, although its tablet line is aimed instead at the Japanese market.

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Supernote Takes Super Notes On Your ASUS Tablet

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Now I have another reason to make me want go back to school, and that is Supernote. Supernote is an app that helps you take…notes, but in a super way. It had previously been shown on the Eee Pad Transformer and Slider earlier this month, when ASUS brought out the OTA update to Android 3.2.1, but now there are more details on new features within Supernote and they sound really nice.

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Toshiba Thrive 7” Tablet shipping in November for $400

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Toshiba seems to be cooking up something in time for the holiday season. No, it’s not your favorite sushi or tempura but some sassy gadgets that will surely make your mouth water as well. The AT 200 is not the only tablet the company is planning to launch when it announced the latest addition to its Thrive Tablet collection—the Thrive 7” Tablet.

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Previewing the Sony Tablet S and Tablet P with Honeycomb

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The world of Android tablets is about to get a little more crowded. We first saw Sony's ambitions into this realm earlier this year, but the official launch of the Sony Tablet S and the Tablet P is just around the corner. Personally, I'm more intrigued by the Tablet P, the dual-screen Android tablet that we had previously known as the Sony Tablet S2.

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Huawei MediaPad first tablet to be released with Android 3.2

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Prior to the selection made available at Wind Mobile, I don't think I really ever heard of Huawei. Now, it looks like the Chinese company isn't satisfied with being a cheap, almost knockoff-like brand. It wants to innovate. It wants to be first to market. And that's exactly what it has done with the newly launched Huawei MediaPad.

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