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Review: Motorola Xoom

Photos: Jon Snyder/ See Also: Motorola Xoom Launches Without Flash Apple Likely to Introduce New iPad at March 2 Event Report: Motorola Xoom Tablet to Cost a Hefty $800 Why Nobody Can Match the iPad’s Price Report: Motorola Xoom, HTC Thunderbolt Due This Month Video: Motorola Tablet Running Android 3.0 Honeycomb Motorola Previews New Android…

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Review: Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime

With Android Ice Cream Sandwich on board, I experienced more fluid scrolling and a much-reduced pinch-to-zoom response time. This showed up while browsing the web, and also within books and magazines downloaded from Zinio and Press Reader. Swiping around in the menus and dismissing notifications feels very natural, as does the new action of grouping…

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Review: ClamCase Pro

Turning an iPad into a laptop isn’t difficult to do, functionally speaking. But as with any gadget-repurposing effort, there are always trade-offs. After inserting my iPad 3 into the ClamCase Pro and schlepping it to the last gate at San Francisco Airport, one immediately became clear: My iPad now weighed as much as a 13-inch…

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Review: Google Nexus 7 (2013)

When Google debuted its first Nexus-branded tablet last summer, it was pretty much everything we wanted. Its pint-sized body was handsome and speedy, the display was beautiful, and it ran a version of Android that (finally) felt like it was made to run on a tablet. The $200 price tag was gravy. Fast forward a…

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Review: Samsung Galaxy Tab S

Samsung makes a lot of different kinds of tablets. In fact, Samsung makes so many tablets that it’s hard for one lineup to stand out amongst the company’s offerings, let alone the competition. But with the 8.4-inch ($400) and 10.5-inch Galaxy Tab S ($500), Samsung has managed to stand out quite a bit. They’ve also…

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Review: Dell XPS 12

If the Dell XPS 12‘s design looks familiar, that’s because you’ve probably seen it before. Dell pioneered the unique swiveling screen in 2010 as the Inspiron Duo, a hybrid Windows 7 laptop and tablet. The twist: Rather than rotate horizontally through a monster hinge on the base, Dell’s hybrid screen is designed to flip 180…

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