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1Multiple Apple iPad Killer Tablet Computers Loom

Dell StreakWhile the Dell Streak still only runs Android 1.6, it will support over-the-air updates for Android 2.2 later this year. Its 5-inch display has been called too small by some. It offers a 5.0M rear-facing autofocus camera plus VGA front-facing camera and supports a variety of video and audio formats. But it can only be used on AT&T’s network.

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Samsung Galaxy TabPromised in the U.S. in November, this tablet features Android 2.2 and a 7-inch screen. It’s got two cameras, one front-facing and one rear-facing, and it supports Adobe Flash. It also offers Wifi and 3G with carrier partners AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint.

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Viewsonic ViewPad 7ViewPad 7, which sports a 7-inch screen, version 2.2 of Android, front and back-facing cameras and 3G – is still its flagship model, according to ViewSonic.

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ViewSonic Viewpad 100ViewPad 100 is a WiFi-only tablet that comes with 16GB of storage and a Micro SD slot for another 32GB. It offers a front-facing only camera and dual boot with Windows 7 and Android 1.6. The 10-inch capacitive touchscreen offers a 1024 x 600 pixel resolution. ViewSonic tells Channel Insider that some of its tablet computers will be available through the channel, although details are still not available.

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Toshiba Folio 100Currently only slated for sales in Europe, this tablet comes in 3G and non-3G versions and has a 1.3 megapixel camera. It’s got a 10.1-inch multitouch screen with 1024×600-pixel resolution, an Nvidia Tegra processor, stereo speakers, two USB ports, an SD card slot, an HDMI connector for sending video to other screens, Bluetooth communications, and 16GB of memory.

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Toshiba Libretto W100With its dual 7-inch touch screens, this "tablet" offers something the rest don’t. But that kind of functionality comes with a much higher price – about $1100. This device runs Windows 7, and offers a 1 megapixel camera. It also features a virtual keyboard.

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Archos 101 Internet TabletAmong a host of Archos tablets due during the same time period in different screen sizes, this one features a 10-inch multitouch screen, Android 2.1, Windows 7, Wifi, and a front-facing camera. Price will range from $300 to $350.

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Archos 28 This Archos tablet is closer in form factor to a smartphone with its 2.8-inch screen, and only offers Wifi, but is priced to sell at $99. It was due out in September.

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Archos 32 This Wifi-enabled device with its slightly larger 3.2 inch screen was also due to be released in September at a price of $149.99. It also includes a built in camera capable of shooting video.

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Archos 43This tablet’s 4.3 inch screen is bigger still and will be offered at a price of $199. It offers a 2 megapixel camera for videos and photos.

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Archos 70 This one offers a built-in Webcam to enable video calls. It offers a 7-inch touch screen and will be available this fall for $275.

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Cisco CiusExpected to debut in 2011, the Cisco Cius has garnered a lot of attention for its potential to kill the iPad in the enterprise. The Android-based tablet has a 7-inch screen, both 3G and Wifi, USB ports and is built with video conferencing in mind with two cameras.

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RIM BlackBerry PlaybookWith its 7-inch screen and dual facing cameras, the Playbook will run a QNX kernel and operating system that can incorporate BlackBerry OS 6. What remains to be seen is if developers will create a rich apps universe for users to choose from. Another downside for the Playbook – if there’s no WiFi available, it must be tethered to a BlackBerry smartphone to connect to the network. It is due for release to corporate customers and developers in October 2010 and consumers in 2011.

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OpenPeak OpenTablet 7OpenPeak, funded by Intel’s venture capital arm, is set to debut a tablet in the first quarter of 2011 with AT&T. OpenTablet offers VOIP, video and data and includes a 7-inch touch screen. It will also include an HD camera.

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Notion Ink Adam TabletNotion Ink’s Adam Tablet is expected to run a customized version of Android and will be the first device to include Pixel Qi’s low-power, dual-mode display that can be viewed in any light – no sun glare. Prices are expected to range from about $400 to about $500 with some offering both 3G and WiFi.

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More from Dell and HPDell is expected to release a 7-inch tablet, stepping up from its 5-inch streak. HP is expected to release tablets based both on the WebOS it acquired from Palm and on Windows 7. Also expect tablets from Acer in 7-inch and 10-inch screen form factors. The Lenovo IdeaPad U1 hybrid laptop/tablet’s (clamshell design with removable tablet) release has been pushed back to next year.