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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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If you're looking for a smaller tablet, Lenovo has those too--in fact Lenovo has a lot of variations on the theme, including (not shown here) 10.1-inch tablets built on Atom and NVidia Tegra 3 quad-core chips. Just a bit bigger than a phone, the IdeaTab S2 5" is about 7 ounces or 198 grams, measures .4 inches thick, and has a 9 hour run time. Lenovo says the tiny tablet ships with two extra batteries. It has an 800 x 480 diplay and uses a dual core Qualcomm chip.

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