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Channeling Nintendo's DS, Sony's Tablet P applies the dual screen concept to a pair of larger screens. Part novelty, part useful feature, the device's dual screen functionality allows it to close on itself and fit in places other tablets can't. It's an interesting idea, but it remains to be seen if Sony will take advantage of it.
Shortly after announcing the 7-inch Galaxy Tab 2, Samsung announced a follow-up to the 10-inch version as well. At 1280 x 800, the Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1) offers a higher resolution than that of its predecessor. Equipped with 1GB of RAM, Bluetooth 3.0, and running Android 4.0, the device comes in both 32 GB and 16GB variations.
Lenovo's IdeaPad Yoga is yet another device that experiments with the tablet form factor. Running Windows 8, the Yoga Pad's dual-hinge design allows it to bend 360 degrees. Spanning two device categories, the IdeaPad Yoga is meant to be a tablet with notebook features rather than the reverse. That, along with its inclusion of Windows 8, is sure to set the device apart when it launches later this year.