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$99 Color E-Reader and Social Platform to Challenge Amazon, B&N This Fall

The device, which weighs in at .42 lbs and features a 5-inch, 800x480-pixel, color LCD display, 2GB of storage, 64MB of RAM, 2G of Flash Memory and up to four hours of battery life, is just one in a line of devices Copia, a subsidiary of DMC Worldwide, plans to introduce. Other devices include a 7-inch color e-reader for $129.99, two 6-inch black-and-white e-readers that closely resemble the Kindle 2 for $149.99 without Wi-Fi and $159.99 with Wi-Fi, and a $299.99 10.1-inch Wi-Fi-enabled color tablet. "We want to make e-reading more accessible to a mass audience," said Tony Antolino, senior VP of DMC Worldwide and Copia. "Not everyone can afford all of the higher end devices. " A New Social Reading and Shopping Experience Hardware, however, is just part of the story. Tablet. Dell's 7-inch and 10-inch Streak tablets leaked!

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Google searches. Acer. LG. HP. Samsung. Android Tablet Forum:. - Android Tablet Forum. 9 Upcoming Tablet Alternatives to the Apple iPad. The Apple iPad cat is officially out of its bag, but it's not going to be the only tablet game in town. There are a number of other devices out there in various stages from "barely announced" to "working prototype," many of which were shown off at this year's Consumer Electronics Show. Apple may have snagged first-mover advantage in this year's tablet renaissance, and we have scant few details on things like pricing and release date for some of its upcoming competitors.

Still, it's worth a look at what other tablet contenders are going to be emerging with in the near near future. It might be worth reigning in that Steve Jobs-induced credit card trigger finger for a bit. Let's have a look at what alternatives to the iPad are likely literally just around the corner. 1. Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer showed off this HP tablet prototype very briefly at CES this year. 2. 3.

Asus is the company responsible for kicking off the entire netbook craze. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. [Mockup image courtesy of Gizmodo] Tablets & al. MeeGo Moorestown-powered tablet preview. We saw a lot of new technology demoed at Intel's Computex keynote this afternoon, but the most impressive thing may have just been MeeGo running on a 10-inch Moorestown Quanta Redvale tablet.

MeeGo Moorestown-powered tablet preview

While the demo on stage was very brief, we caught up with some of the product managers right after the presser and convinced them to give us a peek at what is coming in 2011. To say we're impressed with the "pre-alpha" version of the software is a huge understatement. So, what are you still doing up here? Hit the gallery for a ton of hands-on shots and then that read more button for some impressions and video. ExoPC Slate hands-on. We don't say this very often, but some products are just worth the wait.

ExoPC Slate hands-on

And well, the ExoPC Slate looks like it's going to be one of those very products. After months of following along, we finally got to spend some quality time with the 11.6-inch slate at Computex, and came away surprisingly impressed. Read on after the break for our impressions of this Windows 7 tablet, what that funky UI is all about, and a video of the Slate in action. Oh, and after you've done all that, don't forget to feast your eyes on the gallery below. ExoPC Slate hands-on See all photos 48 Photos When it comes down to size, the 11.6-inch ExoPC Slate fits right in between the 12.1-inch JooJoo and the 9.7-inch iPad. But the hardware and specs of the ExoPC aren't what impressed us the most about the tablet. Here's where we'd love to tell you the wait is over, but unfortunately it isn't. IiView M1Touch is a 10-inch iPhone tablet, seriously (video)