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Which Tablet Phone is better?

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posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 03:38 PM
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This time there are lots of tablet phones out there and apple also launched iPad 2 so which one i should buy if i need the better one?




posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 03:44 PM
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Your missing the best one...

HTC Flyer !

Sure the battery life is pants, but it is a mighty fine looking beastie, with flash, open operating system, and a magic pen !

What more could you ask for ?!

I did order an IPad2 but after waiting 4 weeks for it to arrive, I have cancelled my order, more the point for two reasons.... closed operating system, pony sound (you would need to hook it up to some mean speakers to get loud), and finally

Its just not as cool as the flyer, I'm waiting for a good contract deal, so I can pounce that babay ! lol

Happy tablet hunting



posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 04:28 PM
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Or the Asus Transformer.

I've sold those and have gotten positive feedback on them.



posted on Jun, 15 2011 @ 12:58 AM
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After getting excited about the Xoom, I came to the discovery that it is in fact, not a phone. If you look here, you will find nothing about calling feature in this user guide. That is unless you consider google talk (no, not google voice) a phone plan.



posted on Jun, 15 2011 @ 09:21 AM
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Originally posted by whereswoody
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After getting excited about the Xoom, I came to the discovery that it is in fact, not a phone. If you look here, you will find nothing about calling feature in this user guide. That is unless you consider google talk (no, not google voice) a phone plan.


Well, no tablet really has phone capabilities. It's a tablet, not a phone. Does your laptop have the ability to make calls? Even with WLAN modem, no.

Besides, imagine how goofy it would look if you were holding a 10 inch tablet up to your head to make a call.

Now if you really, really are looking to intergrate phoning capabilities into a tablet device, this may be the answer:
pocketnow.com...

Will it fly? I doubt it, simply because you are back to carrying two devices around again. But the concept is interesting.




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