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DreamTab 8 tablet for kids packs Tegra 4

DreamTab 8 tablet for kids packs Tegra 4

The market is full of tablets aimed at kids, but many of them sport hardware that is less than notable aimed at very casual Web use and simple apps. The latest slate from Fuhu nabi is different, bringing with it, among other things, a Tegra 4 quad-core processor.

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Dell Inspiron Series 2-in-1 duo arrive this month

Dell Inspiron Series 2-in-1 duo arrive this month

In addition to updated Venue 7 and 8 tablets, Dell has rolled out the red carpet for a couple new Inspiration convertibles, both of them being 2-in-1 offerings able to fold into tablets. Unlike the Venue slates, the new Inspiron devices will be available starting later this month.

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Dell Venue 7, 8 updated tablets bring KitKat

Dell Venue 7, 8 updated tablets bring KitKat

Dell has introduced updated versions of its Venue 7 and Venue 8 tablets, each bringing with them updated Intel Atom processors, among other things. The tablets will be available on July 1 for $159.99 and $199.99, respectively, proving slightly more expensive than the original models.

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Acer Iconia Tab 8 tablet unveiled

Acer Iconia Tab 8 tablet unveiled

Acer has taken the wraps off a new Iconia tablet, the Iconia Tab 8. As its name suggests, this tablet features an 8-inch display and notable specs, including Android KitKat and a quad-core processor. No information on pricing has been revealed at this point.

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Lenovo A Series tablets launch in US

Lenovo A Series tablets launch in US

Last month, Lenovo announced that its new A-Series tablets would be arriving shortly, and soon after revealed the US pricing for the various slates. As anticipated, the trio of tablets is now available in the US, each bringing its own features to the table.

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CitizenM high-tech hotel arrives in New York

CitizenM high-tech hotel arrives in New York

In late March, it was revealed the high-tech and youth-centric hotel CitizenM would be making its US debut in New York, bringing with it the same connected features as its Amsterdam and London siblings. Perhaps its most interesting feature is the ability to control everything with a tablet.

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Project Tango tablets tipped for June production

Project Tango tablets tipped for June production

Google's Project Tango could be in for an expansion next month, if sources that spoke to The Wall Street Journal are correct. Reportedly, the tech giant is prepping for the production of 4,000 prototype Project Tango tablets, with production set to kick off in June.

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HP 7 Plus budget tablet arrives with Jelly Bean

HP 7 Plus budget tablet arrives with Jelly Bean

HP has introduced a less expensive version of its HP Slate 7 Plus, the aptly named HP 7 Plus tablet. With the 7 Plus comes a slight downgrade in specifications and a similar decrease in price, as well as a snazzy white body and the promise that it "looks sharp with a suit and dynamite with denim."

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Surface Pro 3 goes up for pre-order

Surface Pro 3 goes up for pre-order

Microsoft took the wraps off its newest Surface yesterday, giving everyone a look at the 12-inch slate in all its thin goodness. Now the device is up for pre-order on Microsoft's online store, as well as the company's retail stores and certain third-party shops.

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Galaxy Tab 4 Education arrives for schools

Galaxy Tab 4 Education arrives for schools

In late January, we got our first look at Samsung's educational tablet ambitions, with the company taking the wraps off its Galaxy Tab 4 Education. Samsung announced at the time that it would be available to channel partners in April, following this up yesterday with the official availability notice.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 shows up at FCC

Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 shows up at FCC

The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 that surfaced last week has cropped up online again, this time on the FCC's website, where it has been unveiled through a handful of images. As previously hinted at, the design is akin to the Galaxy S5.

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Entegra Crossfire Pro ushers in modular tablets

Entegra Crossfire Pro ushers in modular tablets

If you like the idea of being able to swap out the components in your smartphone for different or better ones, you'll soon have the option of doing the same with your tablet. Entegra Technologies has taken the wraps off its Crossfire Pro, a tablet with components that can be swapped out to add different functionality to the system.

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