Tablet PC

Fujitsu Lifebook TH40/D gets hands on treatment

Fujitsu Lifebook TH40/D gets hands on treatment

We talked a little bit about the interesting looking Fujitsu TH40/D last month. This tablet reminds me a bit of the Asus Eee Pad Slider tablet. The TH40/D has the same slider style that the Eee Pad Slider sports with a screen that pops up to reveal a full keyboard underneath the screen. The TH40/D has turned up at Computex 2011 and the gang over at Pocket-lint got hands on with the tablet.

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Ultimate Tablet, m • pad Concept Design

Ultimate Tablet, m • pad Concept Design

German designer Volker Hübner developed this tablet he calls the m • pad to cater specifically to the needs of designers and developers. It combines the functionality of a 15.6" OLED display. It also includes full multi-touch functionality married with a pressure sensitive stylus. Looking at the pictures from Yanko also suggest that this tablet should have a wide range of USB, Ethernet, firewire and whatever else available for connection external keyboards or mice for a more traditional computing experience.

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Netbook shipments expected 18% decline

Netbook shipments expected 18% decline

Tablet PCs are elbowing out netbooks according to a report put forth by DRAMeXchange in Taiwan. The forecast predicts that netbook shipments in 2011 will decline 18% to about 27 to 28 million units with primary growth only to remain in emerging markets.

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Samsung Sliding PC 7 Series Unveiled at CES 2011

Samsung Sliding PC 7 Series Unveiled at CES 2011

Samsung, following closely in step with the previous announcement of their Series 9 super-thin notebook, have just announced the brand new Sliding PC 7 Series, which is meant to combine the world of a notebook and mobile PC. This is Samsung's first sliding tablet PC device, and they've decided to go with Microsoft's Windows 7 Operating System. Under the hood, Intel's made a nice little home, and the device only weighs 2.2 pounds.

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KDDI Powered Slate Delivered in Japan by Onkyo

KDDI Powered Slate Delivered in Japan by Onkyo

Onkyo blasts out its latest Windows 7 Tablet, the TW317A7, powered by an ATOM CPU. This model is actually a TW317A5 loaded with KDDI 3G module letting you access the internet wherever you may roam, and includes a 11.6" screen with 1366×768 resolution, Atom N450, 32GB of SSD, and 1GB of RAM. It also has a magically tiny 0.3 megapixel web camera. Fun!

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