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Verizon is expected to be carrying tablets in the near future, and its close relationship with Motorola leads to speculation that Motorola’s 10-inch tablet could be headed to the CDMA carrier as an opponent for AT&T’s iPad. One fresh report suggests that Motorola’s slate will be launched with Android 3.0 Gingerbread in November. More »

From Ziggytek: Smartbooks will try to intellectualize the dumb and slow netbook. Toshiba’s Android 2.1 powered AC100 is a 10.1-inch (1024×600) smartbook with a muscular NVIDIA Tegra 250, which is based off the duo 1GHz ARM Cortex-A9 processor. More »

From Ziggytek: Malata’s SMB-A1011 10.1-Inch Android slate could be a winner because it possesses many magnificent traits: Android 2.1 Eclair, powerful NVIDIA Tegra 2 (Duo-Core 1GHz ARM Cortex-A9) that destroys the iPad, HDMI output with 1080p support, and a capacitive touchscreen. More »

Before the end of the year, Motorola will have an Android 2.2 FroYo smartphone that is powered by a 2GHz processor (battery life grimaces) with NVIDIA’s Tegra chip. Stateside, Motorola has kept fairly quiet in the midst of paramount launches from closest Android rival HTC, but with the Droid Xtreme, Droid 2, and the 2GHz model set for Q3-Q4 releases, the American phone corporation should strike back intensely. More »

From Ziggytek: Notion Ink’s very promising Adam tablets have been pushed back to November. In February, when the company enthusiastically showed off the slate, the targeted release was June/July. Alas, because of Adobe Flash 10.1 issues and production/hardware supply problems (lots of tablets are being manufactured by other big firms), the Google Android based Adam is arriving late 2010. More »

From Ziggytek: An Indian start-up company has set its cross-hairs on Apple’s iPad. The Notion Ink Adam tablet runs Android and has a multi-touch Pixel Qi display, which could equal Apple’s multi-touch technology. More »

Weeks prior to Apple’s iPad unveiling, Android tablets had been shown prominently at CES in early January. The tablet makers were MSI, Notion Ink, ICD, and Compal. Dell, Quanta, and Archos also have their own machines on the way. More »

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