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RIM Can Officially Unveil BlackBerry Tablet Next Week [Report]

RIM can officially jump into the Tablet device market next week by launching its first ever Tablet with new OS. As reported earlier, Company is already working on such device which has been named as "BlackPad" similar to Apple's iPad. Th new device will be ready to go for sales as early as end of this year.

Samsung Launches Galaxy Tablets in U.S.; India Rollout Expected by October

Samsung has decided to take Apple's iPad on its own turf for the launch of Galaxy Tab - a 7 inch touch screen tablet device which Samsung announced few weeks back. Samsung has cracked the deal with four carrier in U.S. to launch its much awaited "Galaxy Tab" tablet device during the upcoming holiday season.

Dell Unveils its First Windows 7 Tablet – Can Turn into a Laptop [Video]

Intel IDF 2010 can't have better sign-off than this - Launch of Dell Atom Powered Inspiron Duo - 10-inch Tablet running on windows 7 - ability to turn into a Laptop. Amazingly Dell's new baby satisfies the need of users of laptop as well Tablet Device by swiveling the screen of the laptop from within the frame. A 10-inch touch screen tablet, houses a Dual Core Atom N550 and runs on Windows 7 premium.
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