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Topic # 84503 1-Jun-2011 08:55 Send private message



Thought this was really impressive! Was considering getting a Samsung galaxy tab, but after watching this ill wait another 6 months. However like everything else these days, if your waiting for the next best thing you will never actually buy anything.. my credit card will thank me if that holds true :)

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  Reply # 476552 1-Jun-2011 09:11 Send private message

garvani:

 However like everything else these days, if your waiting for the next best thing you will never actually buy anything.. my credit card will thank me if that holds true :)


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  Reply # 484835 23-Jun-2011 09:49 Send private message

Another video of Kal-el (Tegra 3) has come out.. WOW, these are awesome for a tablet!


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