After we had the opportunity to look at the new Toshiba Android tablet during the MWC in Barcelona in 2011, well the tab has now received a formal name. The tablet, will be called Toshiba ANT and will have a starting price of $450, according to a product page seen on Newegg.

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TheOfficialLGgirl, the girl who was chosen recently to shoot an advertisement for LG’s upcoming Tablet – G Slate on T Mobile, was given a G Slate for her after the shoot. She has used this cool gadget and now she is out with a video of her experience with the LG Slate along with the gadget in the video.

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Motorola Xoom, to which the majority of professionals reports when it comes to all things Honeycomb related, has now a fierce rival – Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1.

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Our all time loved PlayStation is now launching its suite to Sony Ericson Smartphones. Yes, Sony has set its mind to increase their PlayStation users beyond all horizons. NVIDIA Tegra 2 phones is going to receive Playstation suite in it.

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ViewSonic ViewPad 10 is a tablet with two operating systems, Windows 7 and Android 1.6, organised in a dual-boot configuration on an Intel x86 processor platform.

Under its pretty design is hidden an Intel Atom N455 at 1.66GHz, single-core model with HyperThreading Technology, 2GB RAM and a 16GB SSD for hosting the two operating systems.

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Just three more days to go until CES kicks off and Toshiba’s been busy in preparation for the revealing of their latest thus far unnamed flagship tablet. Though without a name, we still do know abit about its specs, it will be a new, Tegra-2 powered Android Honeycomb tablet on a slim diet (0.6-inch thick and weighing only 1.7 pounds) with useful features such as spill resistance and rubberised back for improved grippiness and greater comfort during use.

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With Android now the second most common mobile platform after Nokia (with iOS being third), its no wonder LG will be eager to launch their third Android device very soon.

Speculated to be the ultimate flagship to LG’s Optimus lineup, the hardware seen by Engadget’s tipster certainly suggests a device that LG will work hard to promote because its not cheap spec that the phonemaker is putting into this phone.

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