ASUS has introduced a fourth tablet to go alongside the recently announced Eee Pad Transformer, Eee Pad Slider and Eee Slate at the Computex 2011.

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After HTC Flyer, the company is now out with yet another Android tablet, known as the HTC Puccini which will be shipping later this summer.

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LG Optimus Pad is a new Andriod powered tablet with 3D technology. Although it has a lot of attractive features, the tablet is currently priced at £799 at The Carphone Warehouse. It’s two times more expensive then the new basic Apple iPad 2. Even the highest version of the Apple iPad 2 costs less then the LG Optimus Pad.

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Although Mozilla only just released Firefox 4 recently, it looks as though the folks from Mozilla are already working on a new version of their popular browser, and we should see it sooner than we think.

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For years Apple has driven innovation in the marketplace by providing top notch designs and by paying close attention to the experience generated for users of their products. Last week executives at Samsung’s mobile division announced that they will revamp the design of their Galaxy Tab line of Android Tablets to compete more directly with the Apple iPad 2.

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ZTE Light Tab is a new Android tablet which was announced today by the Chinese company ZTE Corporation.

The device, which will run on Android 2.1 will have 7″ TFT touchscreen display with a resolution of 800 x 600 pixels, 3G, 512 MB RAM and, according to the manufacturer’s statements, a range of up to 10 hours with its 3400mAh battery.


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One of the coolest things of using an Android device / tablet is the opportunity for rooting and flashing custom kernels and overclocking the device to see what limit it can get pushed to. Thanks to XDA member coolbho3000, in this video tutorial below, you’ll see how you could give your brand new Motorola Xoom the 1.5GHz overclocking treatment you want.

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