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Maybe Japanese engineers have gotten tired with miniaturizing gadgets, because here is the 2nd tablet-like device greater than 20-inches coming from the island. The maker is Frontier, and the product is the 21.5-inch, 11 lb. Frontier FT103. The FT103 runs Android 4.0 ICS, and the resolution is 1920x1080. But the rest of the specs are lackluster - 1 GHz dual-core ARM chip, 8 GB flash storage. And unlike the Sony VAIO Tap 20, there doesn't seem to be a battery. Hmm, maybe it is, as the makers call it, just a "SmartDisplay." The Frontier costs just US$440, which is good, since you'll need that money to pay for your flight to Japan to buy it, and all of the chiropractic work afterwards.