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iPad Coming in 7-Inch Version, Bringing Two Cameras Along With it in 2011

iPad Coming in 7-Inch Version, Bringing Two Cameras Along With it in 2011

A new report from Rodman & Renshaw analyst Ashok Kumar claims that Apple is currently working on a smaller, camera-featuring iPad, which is set to debut some time in the early part of 2011. Annual refreshes for Apple-based technology isn't a new thing, so everyone is already expecting Apple to announce a new iPad next year, but these new claims make it sound like Apple is indeed taking a look at the competition, and readying their hardware to reflect that.

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Invasion of the Tablets

Invasion of the Tablets

The day started with the Wall Street Journal reporting that the CEO of Best Buy Brian Dun shared that the iPad was cannibalizing Best Buy's laptop sales by a shocking 50%. They day ended with Samsung announcing that their Galaxy Tab 7 inch slate will be available on all four major wireless carriers here in the US in the coming month's.

Samsung is the first of what I expect to be many major consumer brands launching tablets with carrier support over the next 6 month's. Smart phones and soon to be Super Phones may be the fastest growing category in the industry but tablets are certainly the hottest trend I am seeing right now. With the latest comments by Best Buy's CEO you can see why so many in the industry have their eyes fixed on this space.

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iPad vs. Galaxy Tab

iPad vs. Galaxy Tab

In our wrap-up, we mention that choosing between Apple's iPad and Samsung's upcoming (to the United States) Galaxy Tab tablets would be something you would need to figure out on your own. Simply put, the User Interface, hardware, and pricing all play a major part in what products we buy, and that's no different when it comes to something like a tablet. But, that doesn't mean we can't give you a ton of pictures comparing the two devices, as well as a bit of our own insight.

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SlashGear Week in Review – Week 36 2010

SlashGear Week in Review – Week 36 2010

Welcome to the latest edition of the SlashGear Week in Review. Monday we found out that the Samsung Galaxy Tab would cost in the area of $200 to $400 depending on subsidies from wireless carriers. We can assume that the Galaxy Tab will cost on the higher end of that range. Later in the day on Monday the pricing for the Samsung Galaxy Tab in Germany surfaced via Amazon. The price of the Tab sans contract was listed at €799 or about $1,030 here in the States.

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