Waterfield Designs makes some of my favorite slip cases and I have them now for my MacBook Pro, Kindle/REDFLY, and MSI Wind. The MSI Wind is a very popular netbook and Waterfield is known for quickly providing cases for the latest and greatest devices. They make cases for much more than just laptops too and I was sent a sample of a T-Mobile G1 slip case to check out.
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The Samsung Galaxy Tab is the most popular Android tablet that is available on all four major US wireless carriers. In this gallery, with accompanying article and video, you can see three carrying cases with the ability to prop up the device for viewing video content and using an external keyboard.
Evernote released a new tablet-optimized client that turns out to work very well on the 7" HTC Flyer. The new Android Market app adds a slick user interface with books and movie rentals too. You can now find apps much faster in the Android Market with this new version of the store.
The Nokia N800 Internet Tablet has a beautiful display and works well as a portable media player with two Secure Digital slots for memory expansion. Proporta has an accessory that protects the device and serves to prop it up for video watching in hands-free mode.
HTC finally entered the tablet space with the HTC Flyer and in order to differentiate their entry into this growing market they added support for inking with a pen. While this may seem like a throw back to a few years ago with the UMPC, the pen functionality works quite well and has its uses. The Evernote integration is also key to the device usefulness and capabilities.
The TSA has started a new program that allows compliant laptop bags to pass through the X-ray security system without being removed from the bag. These bags should be popular with frequent travelers and so far the TSA seems to be accepting of compliant bags.
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.
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.