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Tablets of CES: Visual Tour

Tablets announced at CES 2012 boast 4G connectivity, quad-core processors, 3-D displays, and sizes for every taste and application.
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With the push of a button, the S220 releases from its keyboard and becomes a very nice 1.28 pound, standalone tablet. As a standalone tablet, it has a battery life of 10 hours. The Asus transformer was the first Android tablet we saw that could do this trick, but Lenovo adds its own design aesthetic. The docking system couples tightly and gives a solid feel.

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