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2012's Hottest New Tablets

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    The Galaxy Tab 2 Series, available in both 10.1" and 7.0" screen sizes, are powerful dual-core tablets running the latest version of Android™ 4.0 - Ice Cream Sandwich™. The devices feature an integrated IR blaster for universal remote capabilities, as well as an easily accessible memory card slot for convenient loading of multimedia files in a range of supported file formats.  The 10.1” tablet weighs in at 1.28 pounds and offers 16 GB built-in memory; the 7” tablet weighs in at .76 pounds and offers 8 GB built-in memory. Both tablets come equipped with WiFi connectivity, USB 2.0 connector, and 3.2 MP rear-facing and VGA front-facing cameras.

    Starting price: $249.99 (7”) and $399.99 (10.1”)

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2012's Hottest New Tablets

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    The Galaxy Tab 2 Series, available in both 10.1" and 7.0" screen sizes, are powerful dual-core tablets running the latest version of Android™ 4.0 - Ice Cream Sandwich™. The devices feature an integrated IR blaster for universal remote capabilities, as well as an easily accessible memory card slot for convenient loading of multimedia files in a range of supported file formats.  The 10.1” tablet weighs in at 1.28 pounds and offers 16 GB built-in memory; the 7” tablet weighs in at .76 pounds and offers 8 GB built-in memory. Both tablets come equipped with WiFi connectivity, USB 2.0 connector, and 3.2 MP rear-facing and VGA front-facing cameras.

    Starting price: $249.99 (7”) and $399.99 (10.1”)

The inevitable move of communications technology from consumer to enterprise is under way for tablets. Of course, it has been for a while: Research In Motion’s PlayBook and Cisco’s Cius both are aimed at business. The move is gelling, however, according to recent research.

Indeed, four pieces of research were recently released that put the drive to give tablets to workers — as well as the ongoing growth in popularity of the devices in general — into context. The bottom line is that tablets are growing more popular in both venues and that Apple is king. While it clearly won’t lose its crown in the enterprise, its days of overwhelming dominance seem likely to fade.

We’ve gathered a list of the hottest new tablets for 2012.

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