The Samsung Galaxy Note has reignited my passion for Android and as a data centric user I think it may just be the perfect device I have been looking for over the past few years. It is a big phone or maybe a small tablet, but whatever it is I am loving it.
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The PlayBook 2.0 update is out and takes a good 7 inch tablet and makes it excellent. I am a huge fan of the 7 inch form factor and am pleased to see the PlayBook finally where it should have been last year.
The rise of Android is spreading from smartphones to tablets and Mint.com is there to help make the experience even better with their service optimized for the tablet form factor.
There has been quite a bit of discussion about the iPad lock in and content control over the Apple iBooks announcement. It makes sense to me and I applaud Apple for their efforts.
There are a number of keyboard solutions for iOS and Android devices and the latest model from ZAGG supports both of these leading smartphone and tablet platforms.
The Apple iPad clearly was the most popular mobile non-smartphone device of 2011. I am sure it will be popular again in 2012, but there are many more exciting things we are sure to see too.
Android is a very popular mobile operating system, especially with low cost tablets like the Amazon Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet available for less than $250. You can view, edit, and create Office documents with the six applications shown in this image gallery.
Kevin and I covered both the Amazon Kindle Fire and B&N Nook Tablet in fine detail in this podcast and actually went over an hour discussing just these two devices. Which one do you prefer?
Amazon has been known for locking down the Kindle ebook readers, but all that caution has been thrown to the wind with the Kindle Fire.
The weekend is here and thus another MoTR podcast is available for you to enjoy. Kevin and I had lots to talk about, including tablets, RIM devices, and Windows Phone Mango.