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Kindle Paperwhite

What's our biggest beef with the Kindle? Same thing it was on day one: the lack of a backlight. The Kindle Paperwhite ($120-$180) is here to change all that. It's based on an all-new touch display tech that offers 25% more contrast and 62% more pixels — 212 ppi, for the resolution geeks out there — and uses a patented light guide to spread LED light across the surface just like ambient light. Other features include a 9mm, 7.5 oz. body, 8-week battery life, a refreshingly dark paint scheme, and optional free 3G wireless networking. Arriving in October.

  • Apple iPad 3

    It's been less than two years since the iPad first landed, but Apple is ready to make the only tablet worth buying even better. Headlining the list of new features on the iPad 3 ($500-$830) is the drool-worthy Retina display, which densely packs in enough pixels that the human eye is unable to distinguish individual pixels when held at a reading distance — you know, like that iPhone 4 in your pocket. The new iPad and that crazy screen is powered by a high performance A5X chip with quad-core graphics (which is still is smart enough to deliver 10 hour battery life). There's also a slick 5 megapixel iSight camera with 1080p HD video recording capability. And for the first time, you can get built-in support for AT&T's and Verizon's 4G LTE networks. Apple also today introduced the iPhoto app, along with major updates to iMovie and GarageBand, completing its suite of iLife apps for iOS. Like always, the latest iPad is available in black or white. It comes in 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB capacities. It will be available on March 16th.

  • Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime

    Do you think Hasbro is getting a cut on this? Oh, sorry, didn't realize you were reading already. Anyway, the Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime ($500) is the world's first tablet to sport Nvidia's crazy quad-core Tegra 3 processor — codenamed Kal El, presumably after Superman (DC Comics dolla bills y'all) — and will also offer a 12-hour battery, a 10.1-inch 1280 x 800-resolution Super IPS+ display, an eight-megapixel camera, and an optional $149 keyboard dock which may or may not be named after a comic book character. [via]

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