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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

With sales of its original, seven-inch Galaxy Tab not exactly setting the world on fire, Samsung's ready to try again with its big brother. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 ($TBA) offers more than just screen size improvements over its little sibling, including three-megapixel AF rear-facing and two-megapixel front-facing cameras with 720p video recording, a 1GHz dual-core processor, HSPA+ 21Mbps, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR and Wi-Fi, up to 64GB of internal storage, Android 3.0 Honeycomb, Flash 10.2 support, Samsung's TouchWiz UX interface, and, of course, a 1280x800 10.1-inch touch display.

  • HP Slate 500

    If you're in the market for a tablet but need a more business-oriented box than the iPad, check out the HP Slate 500 ($800). Powered by Windows 7 Professional and a 1.86GHz Intel Atom processor, the Slate features an 8.9-inch touch screen, an active digitizer for pen support, 2GB of RAM, a 64GB SSD, an HD accelerator for video playback, front- and rear-facing cameras — of the VGA and 3 megapixel variety — and an included dock with HDMI output. In other words, it means business.

  • Alessi Tab

    They're certainly not the first company we expected to be building a tablet, but the Alessi Tab ($TBA) looks quite nice anyhow. Based on Android 2.1 and sporting a sveltle body and graphics both designed by Stefano Giovannoni, the Tab features a 10.1-inch touchscreen, 1GB of internal memory with SD expansion, Wi-Fi, DVB-T with integrated antenna, HDMI output, a rechargeable battery, USB ports, and handy widgets to bring you the news, weather, and recipes hassle-free.