Samsung has a winner in the Galaxy Note 8.0. It competes directly with the iPad mini by adding features that Apple can't duplicate.
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Microsoft is reportedly delaying a launch of Office for the iPad and Android to late next year. That may be too late with Google poised to take Office customers.
Even if tablets crush cheap PCs in demand, it's not a slam dunk that Nvidia's Tegra processor franchise will be the big winner without Apple's iPad or Amazon's Kindle Fire HD.
Quite a few apps are now available for both the iPad and Android tablets but they are quite different on the two platforms. The 8 apps are shown in screen shots, first on the iPad followed immediately by one taken on the Nexus 7.
'Amazon's Kindle Tablet Will Only Support Two Fingers To The iPad's Ten' hyperventilates Ed Sutherland over on Cult of Mac, missing the point entirely.
The race to produce a hot tablet that competes with the iPad has not had a winner yet, and it is worth a look at the tablet tableau by platform to see where things currently fall.
Electronic House recently posted its Home of the Year Awards and the overall winner features a Savant home control system running from a wall-mounted iPad.
iPad 2 is clearly a winner. But that doesn't mean it's perfect. Here are my first impressions after a week of use.
We can expect to see several Android-based tablet devices coming out to take on the iPad and Samsung looks to have a winner with the Galaxy Tab.
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