Three Places the iPad Beats a Notebook

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The iPad may not be able to completely replace a notebook, but it is pretty darned amazing at beating out a notebook in several situations. Over the past two weeks I have been testing out notebooks from the 13″ MacBook Air up to a 17″ Alienware M17X, but despite the larger screens full fledged software […]

The iPad Split Keyboard Raises the Bar for Onscreen Keyboards

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When iOS 5 arrives this fall, the new split keyboard is one of the features that users will notice. After spending a week using the new split keyboard on the iPad 2, and comparing it to the split keyboard from SwiftKey on Android 3.0, I am a firm believer in doing it first doesn’t always […]

Is This the Mystery LG Q, LG Optimus Slider with Dual Screens?

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Both Sprint and T-Mobile USA are rumored to be bringing an LG Optimus Slider handset of some variant to the U.S. market, and a device spotted with T-Mobile branding may be that handset. The device has a landscape-oriented sliding keyboard, which by itself isn’t a new concept. What is new and unique to this sliding […]

Dell’s Prototype 7-Inch Tablet with Sliding Keyboard Leaks Out

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Images of a prototype of Dell’s 7-inch tablet with a hardware sliding keyboard mechanism have begun to surface on the Internet. The tablet is an interesting one as it has not appeared on Dell’s previously leaked roadmap, and the keyboard is not the typical staggered or grid keyboard that is marketed to touch-typists, but rather […]