Elocity A10 is probably the “best” 10.1 inch Android tablet I saw at CES 2011, mostly due to the fact that I like the slim form factor while it still gives you a full HDMI and USB port. And USB can be used as host meaning you can attach all kinds of USB peripherals and should work easily with Android OS. This also brings up the possibility of easily converting it into a dua
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We have no idea how India’s Human Resource Development Minister, Kapil Sibal has been able to bring a 7-inch resistive Android Tablet with 2GB of RAM, micro SD slot, 3G/Wifi, and Android OS for just $35. But it may be that the Indian government has some good connections for manufacturing.
Who knows, maybe Indian government can start exporting these to the U.S. At $99, I think it’s still a steal and could be a good thing for educational purposes. (Did you hear that a California private high school is actually buying up iPads for their students? I don’t th
The 5-inch Android Tablet from Dell, the “Streak” has now been available for pre-order and to be released into the public very soon.
The Dell Streak features a TFT 5-inch screen with a 1Ghz Snapdragon processor (same as the one used on Nexus One and HTC Evo 4G), 5 megapixel camera, and an option for the user to purchase cellular contract with AT&T.
For T-Mobile users, you can still use it but 3G is currently not enabled, meaning your web browsing will suffer from slow Edge speeds.
This 5-inch tablet from Dell is the first “hybrid” And