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Posted at 1:13 PM ET, 01/ 7/2011

CES 2011: What tablet stands out from the pack?

By Washington Post Editors

Some predicted CES 2011 would be the year of the tablet, and it appears those forecasts were right.

By Washington Post Editors  | January 7, 2011; 1:13 PM ET
Categories:  CES 2011, Tablets  
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I'll stick with my WiFi only Nook Color.

Posted by: wiredog | January 7, 2011 1:39 PM | Report abuse

None of the above. The most interesting tablet at the show by far is the Asus Eee ep121 slate that runs windows 7 and has a pressure sensitive stylus turning it into a serious art and productivity tool.

Posted by: Chip_M | January 8, 2011 10:08 AM | Report abuse

None of the above and I am shocked there was no mention of Notion Ink's Adam in that last which is the one and only tablet I will receive this year.

Posted by: linuxfan | January 8, 2011 2:16 PM | Report abuse

Often the rush to market makes the new products not only a poor investment, but also a sure bet to be updated frequently. The Xoom and Playbook do seem inviting however.

Posted by: Knowdoc1 | January 11, 2011 11:12 AM | Report abuse

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