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We expect literally dozens of tablet manufacturers to release iPad competitors this year, and many are on display at CES this week. Toshiba, Motorola, Panasonic, Vizio, Coby and others are all planning tablet or tablet-like offerings in a variety of sizes and with a range of capabilities. It’s too soon to tell which of these will be worth buying, but they’ll definitely be hitting store shelves in a big way in 2011.
As for smartphones, geeking out is the name of the game. If bragging about your PC’s dual-core processor and high-speed L2 cache is your kind of thing, you’ll be happy to know that you can soon do the same with your smartphone. Phone makers are beefing up processing power in an effort to support increasingly demanding mobile operating systems and apps. That’s good news for those who live in and through their portable devices.
Dylan F. Tweney, WIRED