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• CES 2011: Are any of the new tablets an 'iPad killer'? •


2011 is shaping up to be the year of the tablet computer. Though we hadn't see too much viable competition for the Apple iPad since its release last April beyond the Samsung Galaxy Tab, electronics manufacturers have used this year's Consumer Electronics Show as a sort of debutante ball to unveil the tablets they hope will give the iPad a run for its money.

In many cases, these companies are capitalizing on the perceived shortcomings of the iPad, running the Android OS on their devices and adding features such as cameras, the ability to run Flash video, memory expansion, and USB connectivity—and of course, a choice of wireless carriers. Will that be enough to make any of these new tablets into an "iPad killer"? Maybe we'll know by this time this year!

Here are some of the contenders we've seen at CES 2011 so far.



• Toshiba Tablet •

Toshiba Tablet

Toshiba's contribution to the tablet market will carry several features the iPad lacks: HDMI and USB ports, an SD Card slot, and a replaceable battery. Emphasizing multimedia, the Tablet with support Flash (the iPad doesn't) and allow for movie, music, and book downloads. The Tablet is due out in the spring at an undetermined price.

• Dell Streak 7 •

Dell Streak 7

Dell's new 7-inch tablet will operate on the T-Mobile network, and though it will initially run Android's 2.2 OS, it can be upgraded to Honeycomb when that tablet-specific operating system becomes available. The Streak 7 lets you watch live television with preloaded T-Mobile TV and can act as a Wi-Fi hotspot. We're still waiting for a price and release date to be announced.

• Motorola Xoom •

Motorola Xoom

After lampooning the iPad as an oversized iPhone and criticizing the Samsung Galaxy Tab (the first real iPad competitor) as running an OS built for a phone, Motorola came out with the Xoom tablet. It boasts a dual-core processor running Android 3.0 ("Honeycomb"), an OS built specifically for tablets. The device is controlled completely via its 10.1-inch touchscreen surface—there are no buttons. The Xoom will run on Verizon Wireless's 3G network, upgradable mid-year to the carrier's 4G network. Expect availability in the next three months, along with pricing info.
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• Five cool new gadgets - Coming Soon! •


• Vizio's "passive" 3D TV •

Vizio "passive" 3D TV

Maybe you've wanted a 3D TV, but the bulky and costly glasses have held you back. Here’s good news: Vizio is offering the industry's first "passive" 3D TV models, which use the kind of inexpensive, lightweight 3D glasses you get in movie theaters. The company’s first model, a 65-inch XVT3D-series set (XVT3D650SV), should be available right now, at a suggested price of about $3,700.

• Sony's HD camcorders with built-in projectors •

Sony HD camcorders with built-in projectors

Sony unveiled three very intriguing high-def camcorders: Each includes a tiny projector embedded on the back of the flip-out LCD, which Sony says will be able to project a 60-inch diagonal image onto any flat surface. The camcorders include other nice features: The PJ50V (which includes a 220GB hard drive) and the PJ30V (32GB of Flash memory) each has a 12x optical zoom lens and includes a built-in GPS receiver for geo-tagging content. The PJ10 has 16GB of built-in Flash memory and includes a 30x optical zoom lens. And all three camcorders will include a 3-inch touchscreen LCD. The PJ30V and PJ10 will be available in March, and the PJ50V will be available in April.

• Motorola's 4G phone for AT&T •

Motorola 4G phone

AT&T claims that the Motorola Atrix 4G, an Android 2.2 phone that features a 1GHz dual-core processor (just like LG's recently announced Optimus 2X), will be the world's most powerful phone. Even better, it will run on the network’s fast HSPA+ network. The Atrix has a high-resolution HD display and includes a revolutionary, super-thin laptop dock for which ATRIX 4G is the "engine," as well as an HD media dock that will "enable a revolutionary browsing, application and media experience." It will be available in the first quarter of 2011.

• Nintendo's 3D portable gaming •

Nintendo 3DS

We recently had a chance to play around with the venerable company’s next entry into portable gaming, the Nintendo 3DS: No glasses are required to view its 3D display. The graphics were clear, and the 3D effects added a new dimension—pun intended—to the gameplay. A slider on the 3DS lets you lessen the 3D effect, all the way down to 2D. Two cameras on the back of the system let you take 3D photos. You can import your Mii characters from your Nintendo Wii system, or automatically create new ones by taking a photo of yourself with the built-in camera. The 3DS will ship in the U.S. in March, for around $300.

• Asus' first of four tablet computers •

Asus 12.1 inch tablet computer

Tablet computers were the biggest story at CES this year, and Asus started the show off with a bang, launching four tablets. The first one to ship will be the Eee Slate EP121, the largest tablet we've seen, at 12.1 inches. It will use an Intel Core i5 processor and run Windows 7 Home Premium. The widescreen display is a capacitive touchscreen that's LED-backlit and has a resolution of 1280 by 800. You can choose between 32GB and 64GB of SSD storage and up to 4GB of memory. It will be available this month for $1,000 to $1,100.
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