Apple's iPad has dominated the tablet market with a six-month head-start. But by now, three other tablets using Google Android 2.2 have surfaced, namely the Samsung Galaxy Tab, Dell Streak and Viewsonic ViewPad 7. We give you a quick overview and price analysis for each of these telco-exclusive tablets in this roundup.
To be, or not to be a tablet? That is the question we asked of the Dell Streak, an Android 2.2 powered device with cellular capabilities on a 5-inch display. We shed light on the Dell Streak's identity crisis in our review.
ViewSonic joins the growing tablet market by offering their own tablets. We pop by to take a look, but can't help wondering where we've seen the oddly familiar tablets before.
It's time to take a look at a tablet with two different lives. Running on an Intel Atom processor is Redfox's Wizpad which runs on either the Android platform or your usual Windows 7 operating system. Find out more.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab is the first serious competitor to the Apple iPad, so will its smaller size, different Android operating system and phone capabilities pose a challenge? We find out.
The Apple iPad has been termed "revolutionary" by the venerable Steve Jobs, but how it does it actually perform? Will it render netbooks obsolete? Will the lack of flash and multitasking be a deal-breaker? We spend time with the device to find out.
With the more high-profile e-book readers like the Kindle unavailable in Singapore, it's iRiver to the rescue with its Story.