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  • , this will alter in the near future.Lets be clear out here – we are not saying that the 3G tablet is a bad gadget, really the reality is quite the opposite. What we dislike is Dependence”s decision to pollute the <strong>OS</strong> with their skin just for the sake of pushing the Reliance brand. Make no error, that”s exactly what it is. They could claim that their interface is distinct however it is not. It does not add even one little functio...

    Review: Reliance 3G Tab

    , this will alter in the near future.Lets be clear out here – we are not saying that the 3G tablet is a bad gadget, really the reality is quite the opposite. What we dislike is Dependence”s decision to pollute the OS with their skin just for the sake of pushing the Reliance brand. Make no error, that”s exactly what it is. They could claim that their interface is distinct however it is not. It does not add even one little functio...

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  • We think 32GB is the sweet area and must be sufficient for the majority of, but multimedia fanatics can constantly update.PC Sync and Market The majority of <strong>Android</strong> tablets in the market are based on Google”s Honeycomb <strong>os</strong> however in the case of the HTC Leaflet, which is also <strong>Android</strong> based, we get <strong>Android</strong> 2.3 Gingerbread. This suggests theFlyer can process each and every one of the 290,000 odd <strong>Android</strong> apps in their native resolution offerin...

    Review: HTC Flyer

    We think 32GB is the sweet area and must be sufficient for the majority of, but multimedia fanatics can constantly update.PC Sync and Market The majority of Android tablets in the market are based on Google”s Honeycomb os however in the case of the HTC Leaflet, which is also Android based, we get Android 2.3 Gingerbread. This suggests theFlyer can process each and every one of the 290,000 odd Android apps in their native resolution offerin...

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  • Viewsonic”s new tablet has a distinct solution for customers who are still sticking to Microsoft”s Windows, even as Google”s <strong>Android</strong> operating system gains traction: It provides both. The ViewPad 10 is a dual-boot facility. It can introduce either Windows 7 or <strong>Android</strong> as you start the computer. From the box, the specifications are impressive. The ViewPad has a 10.1-inch display, which is larger than the iPad”s 9.7 inches....

    Review: ViewPad 10 features Windows and Android

    Viewsonic”s new tablet has a distinct solution for customers who are still sticking to Microsoft”s Windows, even as Google”s Android operating system gains traction: It provides both. The ViewPad 10 is a dual-boot facility. It can introduce either Windows 7 or Android as you start the computer. From the box, the specifications are impressive. The ViewPad has a 10.1-inch display, which is larger than the iPad”s 9.7 inches....

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