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iPad X

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According to insiders, Apple will release a new iPad that features a 10.5" display, complete with an improved Apple Pencil. Similar to the iPhone X, this updated tablet offers a trimmed bottom bezel near the device's edge to offer a more immersive screen that fills nearly the entire front display, and unfortunately, will also have the notch up top where the True Depth cameras will be for Face ID. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Surface Note

Industrial designer Ryan Smalley believes that Microsoft should release a Surface Note, or a device that falls right between a full-sized tablet and laptop. Sporting a lightweight magnesium body, it features Surface Pen compatibility, dual cameras, and coolest of all, a folding display. When in laptop mode, one of the displays turns into a virtual keyboard of sorts. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Microsoft Surface Mobile

Unlike traditional smartphones and phablets, the Microsoft Surface Mobile boasts a flexible display, all running on Windows One Core Mobile, also known as Future OS or Andromeda. Featuring a 5.8 inch OLED HDR display with 3D Touch / Surface Pen support, 8GB of RAM, 256GB of internal storage, dual 8MP cameras in front, and two 20MP rear cameras. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Dell Latitude 7212

Designed to withstand just about any disaster, the Dell Latitude 7212 Rugged Extreme Tablet features an 11.6-inch 1080p display, a 6th / 7th generation Intel processor, 8GB / 16GB of RAM, 128GB to 1TB of solid state storage, and up to two separate 34Wh batteries. With prices starting at $1899, users can also opt for a rugged dock, keyboard cover, battery charger, shoulder strap, handle and an IO module. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.

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Lenovo Folio

Unlike other tablets, the Lenovo Folio features a display that can expand from 5.5 inches to 7.8 inches, thanks to its flexible design. It's powered by a Snapdragon 800 CPU, and features a 4.2 mm fold radius with narrow bezel bonding technology, all running on the Android OS. Continue reading for another video and more information.

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Atari 9000

Unlike other tablets, the Atari 9000 doubles as a portable gaming console, complete with joystick and paddle controllers. It's powered by Android, and also offers scrolling, zooming, and use with a stylus, which is basically the joystick handle. You can also hook it up to the big screen for a truly retro gaming experience. Continue reading for more pictures.

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MacBook-i

Apple may some day discontinue the iPad and create a tablet / laptop hybrid of sorts to replace it. Industrial designer Michael Muleba gives us a first look at such a device, with the MacBook-i. In addition to Siri voice control, there's also a laser-projected keyboard that works on just about any flat surface. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Microsoft Surface Note

It's only a matter of time before smartphones, tablets and laptops are combined into a single device, like this Microsoft Surface Note concept. Thanks to a flexible display, there's no visible seam between the two displays, and when folded, the device can fit in your pocket. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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16GB Fire Tablet

Amazon's 16GB Fire Tablet can be hacked to run just about any app from the Google Play store, and it's being offered for just $59.99 shipped, today only. The fast quad-core processor consists of four high-performance 1.3 GHz cores for quick app launches, smooth games and videos, and great overall performance. It also features a 1024 x 600 IPS display with 171 ppi for a bright display with vivid colors and whiter whites. Product page. Continue reading for another video tutorial and more information.

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Anker PowerCore 20100

The Anker PowerCore 201000 ultra high capacity power bank uses PowerIQ technology to optimize charging speeds, depending on the device, and it's being offered for just $33.99, today only, originally $79.99. VoltageBoost technology determines when charging output is encountering cable resistance. By compensating for this resistance, VoltageBoost ensures charging speeds are unaffected by long or old cables. Product page. Continue reading for a more detailed video review and additional information.

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