Samsung showed off their flexible AMOLED displays at CES 2011 Las Vegas. The displays are rollable, bendable and can even survive impacts from a hammer. Impressive – how soon will we see a flexible phone, ereader or tablet computer??
NEC brought their dual-screen Cloud Communicator Android tablet/eReader hybrid device at CES 2011 Las Vegas. It can browse two wepages at the same time, or read an ebook while watching video at the same time.
CES 2011: Sharp unveiled their Galapagos line of eReader tablets. They’re especially unique because they don’t run Android Honeycomb, which has been the standard at CES this year. BUT, they do run some Android apps. Their most impressive feature is the ability to “flick” media between the tablet, television and smart phone.
Product Name: Galapagos 5.5″ eReader Multimedia Tablet
Expected Price: $TBD
Expected Availability: 2nd half of 2011
Here’s a hands on for the dual-core Dell Streak 7 tablet – again, another contender in the tablet wars! The electronics giants are making it really hard for us to decide on a tablet these days….
BlackBerry’s PlayBook could just be the tablet computer you want to own! Check out the features in the video below:
Here’s a video posted demonstrating the newly released Motorola Xoom tablet – it was released at the Consumer Electronics Show (2011):
This looks to be a true competitor in the tablet field and may be worth waiting for if you’re considering a tablet computer in the near future.
That’s not necessarily a bad thing at all.
Check out this video of eReaders debuted at the CES:
Great info if you’re planning to buy an eReader!
Here’s a CNN article about the CES show, and all the new eReaders that are being introduced: