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Apple netbook rumors persist: 10-inch touchscreen order confirmed?

Apple netbook rumors persist: 10-inch touchscreen order confirmed?

Further momentum for the Apple netbook rumor, as Reuters claims an unnamed source has confirmed 10-inch touchscreens have been ordered by the company.  The source, who is supposedly close to Taiwanese touchscreen-specialist Wintek - the manufacturer tipped to provide Apple with the multitouch hardware in the second half of 2009 - has said he doesn't know which products the panels are intended for, but the assumption is that Apple are planning to develop an ultraportable computer.

Amazon tablet supplies potential delayed by Apple touch panel demands

Amazon tablet supplies potential delayed by Apple touch panel demands

Amazon's tablet production plans could be constrained by Apple's existing touch panel demands, and the two giants spar for component supplies. According to DigiTimes' sources, Amazon is looking for 1.5-2m touch panels for its first batch of tablets - the "Hollywood" and "Coyote" expected to offer ereading and media streaming as well as internet services - expected in September, with four million devices to ship before the year is out. However, some suppliers have expressed doubts that they could accommodate the scale of Amazon's demand.

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New Hitachi touchscreen tech could make gloves iPad-compatible

New Hitachi touchscreen tech could make gloves iPad-compatible

Hitachi's latest capacitive touchscreen is getting next-gen iPad soothsayers excited, since the new panel offers all the multitouch benefits of the company's current models but also works through gloves and even with a plastic stylus. According to TechOn, the new projection-capacitive touchscreen allows everything from fingertip icon control, stylus handwriting input and winter use of gadgets without having to first shuck your gloves.

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Dell Streak 7- and 10-inch tablets leak; AT&T Aero drops June

Dell Streak 7- and 10-inch tablets leak; AT&T Aero drops June

Looks like someone inside Dell is just desperate for the company's tablet plans to escape.  After one exec confirmed that the Dell Mini 5 (aka Streak 5) was just the first of "a family of tablets", a shot of two new Dell Streak models - one with a seven inch touchscreen, the other ten inches - has landed on Engadget's desk, with the smaller expected to arrive late this year and the latter to make its debut early in 2011.

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iPad clone wraps Android in Apple UI

iPad clone wraps Android in Apple UI

We've seen iPad-esque tablets coming out of China before now, but this one doesn't stop at form-factor or touchscreen: it even dresses up Android in an iPad skin.  Shanzhai don't know the specific manufacturer who made this particular homage, but apparently it runs a 600MHz ARM SoC chipset with a 10-inch touchscreen.

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Apple Tablet hype continues: Calacanis “beta tester” says 2-3hr battery

Apple Tablet hype continues: Calacanis “beta tester” says 2-3hr battery

With the Apple event kicking off in a matter of hours and - all things expected - the iPad tablet issue finally put to rest, do we have time for a few more quick rumors?  Jason Calacanis, a guy with a pretty solid tech reputation, has been tweeting about his hands-on experience as an Apple tablet beta-tester; Calacanis claims to have been playing with the tablet for two weeks now, that it has an integrated HDTV tuner and PVR, wireless keyboard and monitor connectivity, front and rear camera functionality and integrated 3G with support for both Verizon and AT&T.  Unfortunately there's also a sting in the tail: the apparent battery life of the tablet.

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EROS 10-inch Shenzhen tablet: nice idea, shame about the battery

EROS 10-inch Shenzhen tablet: nice idea, shame about the battery

Can't wait until next Wednesday?  Have to have a sizeable webslate right now?  Then get yourself to China, my impatient friend, and pick up this 10.2-inch EROS tablet, an Atom N270 based Windows XP/Windows 7 machine that's on sale there for under 3,000 yuan ($440).  Your money gets you a 1366 x 768 resistive touchscreen, 720p HD video playback and some reasonably clean (if uninspiring) design.

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Apple iSlate tipped for Q2 with aluminum casing

Apple iSlate tipped for Q2 with aluminum casing

Apple's iSlate tablet - long the subject of rumor - may have found its GPU in Imagination Technologies POWERVR SGX545 and be headed for a January 27th unveil, but according to insiders it'll only go on sale in Q2 2010.  Reuters claim two "sources familiar with the situation" have tipped AVY Precision Technology as supplying aluminum casings for the iSlate as of February 2010, while a third source has fingered TPK Solutions as joining Wintek as a touchscreen panel provider.

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