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CeBIT 2012: Tablets In Pictures

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TechWeekEurope looks at the latest tablets from CeBit in Hanover

CeBit has never been the best place to window shop for gadgets, but with the computerisation of IT and the advent of tablets, the show is undergoing some serious changes. With this in mind, TechWeekEurope, in association with Silicon.de is here to give you an overview of this year’s talent crop and show which exhibits from Hanover will shape the market in the coming months.

Iconia A200

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Occurring just a few weeks after CES and a few days after the Mobile World Congress, CeBIT is in a tough spot as only a few manufacturers see it as a platform to launch new devices. However, there are some exceptions, such as Acer, which this year has brought along its Iconia A200. This 10.1-inch tablet has a capacitive touch screen with 800 x 1280 pixel resolution, runs on Android 3.2 and provides value for money as it is available under £300.

 

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