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November 1, 2011  3:17 PM

Samsung Tablet Hardware the Best, How will Apple Respond?



Posted by: Jamison Cush
android, apple, galaxy tab 8.9, honeycomb, ipad, samsung, tablet

Since the original iPad launch in 2010, Apple has arguably held the tablet title for the best tablet hardware, best tablet software (both apps and operating system), and best tablet marketing/retail experience. Because Android is an ever evolving work in progress with major fragmentation issues,...

September 21, 2011  1:43 PM

Samsung Gives Windows 7 Its Best Tablet Chance



Posted by: Jamison Cush
samsung, series 7, slate, tablet, tablet pc, windows 7

The Windows 7 tablet hardware slated to hit the market in the waning days of the venerable operating system promises to be some of the best yet, and one tablet in particular, the Samsung Series 7 Slate PC, may yet prove that Windows 7 - an operating system built for the precision of a mouse and...


September 8, 2011  9:45 AM

IFA Once Again Proves that Tablets Are No Fad



Posted by: Jamison Cush
at200, galaxy note, galaxy tab 7.7, ifa, samsung, tablets, toshiba

Anyone wondering if tablets are just a fad need only look at technology trends coming out of the last three major electronics tradeshows: CES, CTIA Wireless, and IFA (Europe’s consumer electronics gathering). All three have served as launchpads for major devices and have been dominated by...


July 27, 2011  11:39 AM

The Tablet Marketing Challenge: What Does Your Device Do Differently?



Posted by: Jamison Cush
apple, galaxy tab, honeycomb, ideapad, ipad 2, lenovo, Netflix, samsung, tablet

Having tested out every Honeycomb tablet released to date, I can safely say they are all 99% alike. They all have the same build (rectangular), design (thin), software (Honeycomb OS with Flash support), and size (10.1-inches, with one 8.9-inch exception in the LG G-Slate).

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