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12/11/2015
01:06 PM
Eric Zeman
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Google's Android Tablets To Get Split-Screen Multitasking

Google engineers are aiming to improve Android's appeal as a work platform by bringing split-screen multitasking to its tablets.

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JoshauCouture
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JoshauCouture,
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12/15/2015 | 6:18:31 AM
A good product.
I have read some reviews of Pixel C-Tab which are quite mixed, but still I would say that it is a good product because of its powerful built and better configuration. I am surely going to have one.
Li Tan
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Li Tan,
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12/13/2015 | 10:19:59 PM
Re: nearer to the answer.
I am willing to try it by myself. I am especially keen to know its performance and user experience.
nasimson
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nasimson,
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12/11/2015 | 10:00:56 PM
nearer to the answer.
I am eagerly waiting to put my hands on Pixel C TAB - despite the bad reviews. The keyboard attachment question to a tablet is an OPEN QUESTION since intriduction of the first tablet.

Pixel C is not going to solve it. But will get us nearer to the answer.
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