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Old 01-14-2011, 06:40 AM   #1
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The answer to readers, tablets, CES 2011 & the Answer to the Universe

Endgadget has what seems to be a super list of all the tablet/slate devices shown at CES 2011. Here is the list:

http://www.engadget.com/features/tablets-at-ces-2011/

I am thrilled there are so many 10" devices and that the Kno is still breathing because that is my perfect size device.

What I find helpful about this list is not only does it give a great jumping off point for what is coming or what is just doing some heavy breathing. Also it has me sold on buying a new DX in the short term then selling it when either the Adam hits wide availability and we know how the thing works in the wild. But also I can live with greyscale for 6-months or so.

I had this thread from the other day where I was whinging over a handful of less than ideal options for my suddenly immediate need for a large format reader:

https://www.mobileread.com/forums/sho....php?p=1334761

Now I can say that I feel fine buying a DXG because I am sure I'll get most of my money back, well a good 70% back after 6-months.

Anyway, if someone has more large format devices the Engadget missed post them so we can maybe create a master list to use as a shopping list. Because shopping can be fun, even for us guys!!

Added Link to Amazon Tablet Marketplace (01/16/2010):
http://www.amazon.com/b/ref=amb_link...d_i=B00422TXZA

I never even knew there was a Tablet portal or marketplace on Amazon. This could be helpful to see almost everything that can be purchased at any given point in time. Hope it helps people at least have another research option.

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