Speaking of super thin, Toshiba claims the title of the thinnest tablet with its new Excite X10 which is just 7.7-mm thick, beating out the Transformer Prime by .6mm.
The 10-inch Excite X10 will be available in the first quarter and features Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, Gorilla Glass, two camera, and more. The 16GB version is expected to retail for $529.
Dell, after its attempt to break into the tablet market and failing miserably, is to relaunch its consumer assault and launch a new tablet later this year. Read the report from ZDNet's Zack Whittaker.
Here is more photos of Dell's X13.
Acer's Iconia Tab A200 tablet retains the 10.1-inch screen of the A500, but adds a bit of style in the form of an optional strawberry-red backside. Really.
CNET's Eric Franklin says it will be available in February for $329. He also zooms in on one missing feature.
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