Smartlink Digitab SS1078W Review 1

Smartlink Digitab SS1078W Review

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Smartlink might not be a well-known brand in the tablet market, but the company has been around for quite a long time. Formerly the Indian avatar of D-Link, Smartlink became an independent company in 2008 and has since then dealt in products ranging
Amazon Kindle Fire HDX review 2

Amazon Kindle Fire HDX review

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In the fleeting moments I had with Amazon's new Kindle Fire tablet, I noticed one major thing: It lost a lot of weight. The engineers at Amazon managed to slim down their flagship tablet in every dimension. (Also see: Refreshed Amazon Kindle Fir
New Google Nexus 7 is good value even with higher price 3

New Google Nexus 7 is good value even with higher price

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When it comes to technology, we've been trained to expect more for less. Devices get more powerful each year, while prices stay the same or drop. With the new Nexus 7 tablet, Google hopes we're willing to pay more for more. The new tablet c
Asus Fonepad review 4

Asus Fonepad review

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The Fonepad, is the first tablet from Asus to offer voice calling. It's also the first tablet to be powered by an Intel processor. At a price point of Rs. 15,999, we believe that Asus has got the pricing of the tablet right. Running the latest v
Asus MeMO Pad ME172V review 5

Asus MeMO Pad ME172V review

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The tablet market in India seems to be growing by leaps and bounds. The Taiwanese tablet maker Asus is now trying to get a slice of this pie with the launch of the Asus MeMO Pad ME172V. This is the first sub Rs. 10,000 tablet that the company has lau
iPad mini: First look 6

iPad mini: First look

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Apple's iPad Mini will bring a lot more excitement and a little more confusion to the holiday shopping season. It only takes a few minutes playing with the iPad mini to realize the scaled-down tablet computer will be a sure-fire hit with longtim
iBall Slide i7218 review 8

iBall Slide i7218 review

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iBall had launched a tablet device in September 2011 and now the company has launched a revamped version of its Slide with i7218. The newer version of the device runs on Android 2.3 though the user interface is similar to Honeycomb. The i7218 is chea