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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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Sony's Tablet P is unique in that it has two 5.5" displays and a clamshell folding design. The two screens can be used independently on the Android 3.2 tablet, and the device design makes it easy to fold it up and pop it your pocket. You can also use the two screens as one large screen, for applications better suited to a larger screen. Compared to other tablets, the display looks fairly small compared to the bezel, but the P does offer a nice portability option.

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