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2.3

Review: Viewsonic ViewPad 10s

The last time we saw a Viewsonic tablet, it was in the form of the 7 inch ViewPad, a slate that came with a fair amount of features, but was let down by an average experience, poor touchscreen and the absence of Flash. Now we have the 10 inch version, and this time Viewsonic has promised some Flash support. Is this the Android tablet you've all been waiting for?... (Read More)

Unboxing: Asus Eee Pad Transformer

A little over a month ago, we took a first look at the "Transformer", the first of the Google Android tablets from Asus that boasted a keyboard with a built-in battery. From our initial hands-on, we loved the idea, and thought that this was one of the first tablets to really bring something different to the iPad.... (Read More)
4.8

Review: Apple iMac 27-inch (2011)

Apple's latest refresh of the iMac range has brought with it some welcome changes, including Intel's Sandy Bridge processor technology and the new Thunderbolt port. These additions are provided for a few hundred less than the previous iMac generation, so with a good price and some new internals, is this the best desktop around?... (Read More)
2.3

Review: Viewsonic ViewPad 10s

The last time we saw a Viewsonic tablet, it was in the form of the 7 inch ViewPad, a slate that came with a fair amount of features, but was let down by an average experience, poor touchscreen and the absence of Flash. Now we have the 10 inch version, and this time Viewsonic has promised some Flash support. Is this the Android tablet you've all been waiting for?... (Read More)

Unboxing: Asus Eee Pad Transformer

A little over a month ago, we took a first look at the "Transformer", the first of the Google Android tablets from Asus that boasted a keyboard with a built-in battery. From our initial hands-on, we loved the idea, and thought that this was one of the first tablets to really bring something different to the iPad.... (Read More)
4.8

Review: Apple iMac 27-inch (2011)

Apple's latest refresh of the iMac range has brought with it some welcome changes, including Intel's Sandy Bridge processor technology and the new Thunderbolt port. These additions are provided for a few hundred less than the previous iMac generation, so with a good price and some new internals, is this the best desktop around?... (Read More)