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Announced in January as the Excite x10, Toshiba's Excite LE is an extremely thin and light tablet that somehow manages to pack both Micro-USB, HDMI, Micro SD port in its slight frame. The device goes on sale this Spring, starting at $529 for the 16GB model.
Apple may have played some naming games with its latest iPad, but the device is just as impressive as ever. The iPad's biggest and most noticeable feature is its 1048-by-1536 resolution display, which is four times the resolution of the display in the iPad 2. The device is also equipped with 4G LTE radio, allowing for faster browsing speeds.
Those two features may not sound like much alone, but together they make an iPad that is a vast improvement over its predecessors, and light years ahead of nearly every other tablet.
Google's Nexus phones are some of the most popular and well-designed Android devices around, and if recent rumors are to be beleived, Google may intend to bring the Nexus brand to tablets as well. It's reported partner is Asus, which is pretty good at selling quality devices at compartively low price points. That's likely music to Google's ears, which is why the deal seems so possible. So if an Asus Nexus device does emerge, expect it to be cheap.