I was in Hong Kong a couple of weeks ago, tablets everywhere, both in the shops and people actually using them, where they might have been previously using a laptop or netbook. The ones that I tried certainly impressed me, namely an Acer and Lenovo, both running Honeycomb Android, and where certainly as capable or perhaps more capable than Apple's offerings IMO, mainly because of Flash 10 support. I still wouldn't buy one though, mainly because of the lack of a real physical keyboard, and other limitations. Although I did buy a Fujitsu Lifebook UH900 UMPC in HK, which runs full blown Windows 7, Jolicloud Linux and has multi-touch tablet capabilities. Which now serves as my daily work PC.
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5/18/11 at 3:20am