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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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Never heard of Sanc or the Gotech G707SW? Neither had we. The tablet is nothing special in terms of its hardware, with a 7-inch, 800 x 480 display, Cortex A-8 processor, and Android 2.3 operating system. It was probably at the show last year. The reason it caught our attention: It looks like an oversized Nokia Lumia 800. The rounded edges made for a nice look. With a quick web search, we were able to find a price in the United States--$145 if you order in quantities of 50 or more. Not too bad for rebranding applications.

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