CTIA Wireless: AT&T shows off new mobile products

CTIA Wireless: AT&T shows off new mobile products

Summary: ORLANDO -- AT&T hosted an invite-only reception at CTIA Wireless in Orlando this afternoon. Although there was no mention or answers about the T-Mobile merger, there were a handful of the carrier's latest mobile gadgets on display.

TOPICS: Hardware, Mobility, AT&T

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  • The iPad 2 really needs no introduction. Available since March 11, it's incredibly faster than its predecessor thanks to the new A5 processor. However, the poor reviews for the front-facing VGA camera have all been spot on. The quality was just as deplorable in person as it is in the photo above.

  • After an appearance at CES 2011 in January, the Acer Picasso is back on display. Originally expected to run on Froyo, the Picasso was shown running Android 3.0 (Honeycomb). Using a NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core processor, it felt faster than most other tablets. Yet it still felt a bit lagging when sitting next to the iPad 2. 

Topics: Hardware, Mobility, AT&T

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