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HP TouchPad vs Motorola Xoom

Pocket-Lint: The hotly anticipated tablet from HP has finally been confirmed, in the shape of the HP TouchPad. And a new product on the horizon can only mean one thing - fight! This is where we whip out the spec sheets and pitch the new kid on the tablet block against its rivals to see which looks like the best bet.

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The Best Android Tablets of All Time

Hardcore Droid-‘Tis the season for high-tech gift giving—well, almost. But with Black Friday on the horizon, it is most definitely the season for purchasing high-end electronics. And here at Hardcore Droid, we want to help you find the perfect gift for that Android gamer in your family. And while phones are all fine and good, to be a truly hardcore mobile gamer, you need a bigger screen, faster processor and ultimately a richer gaming experience. Enter: a shiny new Android tablet. And to help you sift through the piles and piles of options floating around out there, we thought we’d highlight out favorites, all with the most hardcore specs (in no particular order, of course).

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The Best Android Tablets Ever Made

Hardcore Droid - The selection of available Android tablets has grown impressively in a very short time. In the face of such variety, it can be difficult to sort the wheat from the chaff. In keeping with our tireless dedication to organizing everything worth knowing into lists of 8-12 items, Hardcore Droid is happy to bring you this list of some of the most noteworthy Android tablet devices of the past and present.

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HardcoreDroid3967d ago

Apologies. I honestly missed that. Accurate speed reader that I am.

It's fixed. Do let me know if there are any other problems.

HardcoreDroid3967d ago

Sorry, sorry. Over-confident--my first Tech Spy post and Ive been posting excerpts in a few places such as N4G for a while now and I sort of rushed in expecting the guidelines to be the same. But I think I have it now and thank you again for helping me get it back on track.

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Install Jelly Bean on Your HP TouchPad

AH: HP TouchPad the infamous WebOS tablet by Hewlett-Packard, which was discontinued by the company for really low amount of sales after a while. Well, developers over at XDA have been very busy with the TouchPad lately bringing Android ports for the device. We saw a working Gingerbread port followed by an ICS port and now an Android 4.1 Jelly Bean port for the device is available."

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