CES 2011: Tablets at CES 2011
Tablets are dominating CES 2011 - with high-profile launches including the Asus Eee Pad Transformer operating on Android 3.0 and its Asus Eee Slate EP121 running Windows 7. We've also got updates on the BlackBerry PlayBook, Lenovo IdeaPad U1 and the Motorola Xoom.
What's in this guide
We take a look at the BlackBerry Playbook, a 7-inch tablet with a custom-designed Linux-based operating system.
The exciting Lenovo IdeaPad brings something new to the table. It's an innovative windows 7 netbook/android tablet hybrid
The Archos 70 is a stainless steel, 250GB Android 2.2 tablet that aims to bridge the gap between media player and tablet.
A 12.1-inch Windows 7 tablet with an Intel Core i5 processor. Asus reckons it's the fastest tablet in the world.
The Asus Eee Pad Transformer is a 10.1-inch Android 3.0 tablet bundled with a keypad docking station
The Asus Eee Pad Slider runs Android 3.0 and has a full slide out Qwerty keypad that tucks away beneath its 10.1-inch screen
Asus' 7-inch Android tablet aims to be cheap and cheerful, but it's running Android 3.0 and has a high-quality screen.
Samsung's TX100, unveiled at CES 2011, runs Windows 7 and has a 10.1-inch touchscreen and slide-out keyboard
Dell joins the tablet bandwagon in unveiling a 7-inch Android 2.2 tablet with its smart Dell Stage interface.
Toshiba's as yet unnamed tablet has a 10-inch screen, runs Android 3.0 and uses Nvidia's Tegra 2 processor.
The Motorola Xoom will be first Android 3.0 tablet on sale, and offers a 10-inch, high-resolution display and 1080p video playback.
At CES 2011 Panasonic announced its Viera Tablets - 4, 7 and 10-inch tablets running Android and using Viera Connect to control Panasonic TVs.