The new Modbook, an OS X Tablet

The Modbook Mac Tablet is Back

Modbook is teasing a new Mac tablet on its Facebook page and promising full details tomorrow. The original Modbook debuted at MacWorld Expo 2007 as a modified 1...
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Keyboards Don’t Sell Tablets

Attention everyone who thinks a keyboard is the key to beating the iPad: 2009 called. They want their thoroughly disproved idea that tablets need keyboards back...
Toshiba Excite 10 LE

Toshiba Excite 10 LE Review

Last year Toshiba waded into the Android tablet market with the Thrive, a 10.1-inch slate that served as the company's response to what they deemed missing in t...
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Ditch Expensive (Or Spam-Filled) Hotel Wi-Fi With These Alternatives

According to Hotel Chatter's Hotel Wi-Fi report, hotels pay an average of $7,500 a year to maintain their Wi-Fi networks yet make an average profit of $200,000. Is that the sound of travelers being ripped off I hear? Yeah, it is. Instead of using hotel wireless when you travel, consider these alternatives.
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Samsung Galaxy Tab Guide | 10.1, 8.9 and 7-inch Tablets Explained

Navigating the many Samsung tablets available can be a bit confusing, so I put together a Guide to the Galaxy Tab to help you sort them out. Below is a list of all the Samsung tablets either currently on sale or announced starting with 10-inch devices and moving on down. (I know I'm cheating a little by including the Galaxy Note, but it's a tablet!)
Nook Tablet vs Galaxy Tab 2 7.0

Nook Tablet vs. Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (7.0)

If you read my post comparing the Kindle Fire to the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, you probably think you know how this particular matchup is going to end. After all, the Nook has many of the same limitations as the Fire, including limited hardware and app selection. However, the Nook has some benefits over the Kindle Fire that make it a better choice for some consumers, even over the Tab 2.
Kindle Fire vs Galaxy Tab 2 7.0

Kindle Fire vs Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (7.0)

With the introduction of the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 Samsung has entered the low-cost tablet space with an excellent entrant. Priced at $249, it’s only $50 more than the $199 Kindle Fire from Amazon. The price alone is enough to tempt many users, but $50 is a significant gap when budgets are tight. Is the Galaxy Tab 2 worth the $50 premium?