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Price in Pakistan: 40,490 rs.
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BENQ S6 Tablet PC Description: 
Flat panel computer comes with Intel Atom processor Z500 (0.8GHz), 4.8 Inch TFT-LED WSVGA touch screen. Support 802.11 b/g, 3G-CDMA 2000Mhz (European) / EVDO (Asia-Pacific) wireless network. Built in Li-Ion battery to stand long time using and standby. Supports WINDOWS XP SP3 operation system, so you can use it easy and also perfect companion for an easy network life. What's more, it can receive and make telephone calls.

Features
  • +  Intel Atom processor Z500 (0.8GHz) processor
  • +  WINDOWS XP SP3 operation system
  • +  WiFi 80211b/g wireless network
  • +  Support 3G, CDMA 2000Mhz (European) / EVDO (Asia-Pacific)
  • +  4.8 inches TFT-LED WSVGA touch screen
  • +  Support Bluetooth 2.0+EDR
  • +  Receive and make calls
  • +  Intel High Definition Audio system
  • +  Perfect companion for an easy network life


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Price in Pakistan: 84,990 rs. (32GB); 94,990 rs. (64GB)
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PROS
Android and Windows operating systems available without dual-booting. Swype keyboard is intuitive and fast.

CONS
Touch screen is glitchy. Limited storage space. Mediocre battery life. Gets hot.
BOTTOM LINE
The ViewSonic ViewPad 10pro tablet offers some nice touches, like Android accessibility within Windows 7 and a slick new keyboard from Swype, but flaws like limited storage space and an unresponsive touch screen can't be overlooked.
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Price in Pakistan: 89,990 rs. 
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PROS
Laptop capabilities in a tablet form factor. Core i5 CPU and 4GB of RAM. 128GB SSD.
CONS
No tether or storage for stylus. Without the dock and keyboard, the tablet loses some of its functional appeal.
BOTTOM LINE
The Samsung Series 7 Slate fills the gap between wimpy Windows tablets and clunky convertible laptops, providing a powerful processing and portable solution.

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Price in Pakistan: 59,990 rs.
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Pros: - Touchscreen (very responsive)
- Powerful (handles full graphics on Win 7 and Ubuntu 11.04)
- Good viewing angles for display
- Keyboard is comfortable
- Battery life ~ 4-5 hours
- Multi-touch screen

Cons: - No bluetooth (in US version at least)
- Memory is DDR2 667 despite N570 supporting DDR3
- Windows 7 starter doesn't support multi-touch

Other Thoughts: - SSD would probably make this unit much faster
- A lot of work is required to make all of the features work under Ubuntu (but it's enjoyable if you're a Linux geek)


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Price in Pakistan: 92,990 rs.
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The good: The Acer Iconia's innovative dual-touch-screen design and virtual keyboard work better than you'd expect, and unlike other dual-screen PCs we've seen, this one has enough CPU power for everyday tasks.

The bad: Speed typists will find that the virtual keyboard has a hint of a lag, and its (virtual) touch pad is needlessly small. It's also saddled with last year's Intel CPUs, rather than the latest generation, which might have given it better battery life.

The bottom line: Unlike a lot of other unique proof-of-concept laptops, the Acer Iconia is fun to use and largely works as advertised. But it has a hard time answering the most frequent question we hear about it: why would anyone need a dual-touch-screen laptop?

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Price in Pakistan: 60,990 rs. (16GB); 67,990 rs. (32GB); 78,990 rs. (64GB)
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The good: Apple's new iPad includes a stunning new screen, matched by a quad-core graphic processor and the world's largest app and media store to feed it content. There's a proper 5-megapixel rear camera now, with 1080p recording quality. Optional 4G data from AT&T and Verizon afford an uncompromising mobile experience.

The bad: The new iPad is slightly heavier than last year's model; apps and movies optimized for the screen might take up more space; and ports for HDMI, USB, and SD require adapters.

The bottom line: With a host of improvements--faster graphics, 4G wireless options, a better camera, and a gorgeous high-res screen--the latest iPad cements its position at the head of the tablet pack.


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Price in Pakistan: 48,250 rs. (16GB); 56,990 rs. (32GB); 68,990 rs. (64GB)
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The good: Apple's new iPad includes a stunning new screen, matched by a quad-core graphic processor and the world's largest app and media store to feed it content. There's a proper 5-megapixel rear camera now, with 1080p recording quality. Optional 4G data from AT&T and Verizon afford an uncompromising mobile experience.

The bad: The new iPad is slightly heavier than last year's model; apps and movies optimized for the screen might take up more space; and ports for HDMI, USB, and SD require adapters.

The bottom line: With a host of improvements--faster graphics, 4G wireless options, a better camera, and a gorgeous high-res screen--the latest iPad cements its position at the head of the tablet pack.


Courtesy of CNET. 

 
 
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Price in Pakistan: 53,490 rs. (16GB); 75,490 rs. (64GB)
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PROS
  • Thinner than the original. New A5 chip offers faster graphics processing, general performance. Dual cameras for video chat, HD video recording, and stills. Improved design incorporates internal magnets for Smart Cover accessory. 3G versions available on AT&T and Verizon Wireless. Improved AirPlay features. Supports HDMI output (via optional adapter).
CONS
  • Image quality with rear-facing camera is not great. Front-facing camera is not HD. Still no Flash video support. No earbuds included.
BOTTOM LINE
  • The clear standout in the ever-widening sea of tablets, the Apple iPad 2 brings a slimmer design, faster processing, dual cameras, and FaceTime video chat to a tablet that already had a leg up on the competition.


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Price in Pakistan: 40,490 rs. (16GB); 49,990 rs. (32GB); 57,990 rs. (64GB)
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BUY. (32GB)
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FOR
  • Fantastic design
  • Better ergonomics
  • Good battery life 
  • iOS 4.3 brings improvements
  • Facetime chats
  • Smudge-resistant screen
AGAINST
  • Where's the innovation?
  • No retina screen
  • Still no Flash
  • Negligable performance boost

Courtesy of TechRadar. 

 
 
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  • Price in Pakistan: 41,990 rs.
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PROS
  • Sleek design. Gorgeous, sharp, accurate touch screen. Improved iPod, Safari browser, photo, and e-mail apps. A plethora of downloadable apps. Flexible and affordable 3G service plans.

CONS
  • Costs $130 more than the Wi-Fi-only version. Some applications don't work over 3G. AT&T is the only U.S. carrier with 3G support.

  • BOTTOM LINE
  • The iPad is revolutionary, but it's not a true handheld device. That means you should think twice about whether you really need AT&T 3G before plunking down the extra cash for this version of the nation's best tablet.