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    Quote Originally Posted by answerer
    There are lots of digital photo frame options in the HKD700-1000 range. Take a look around Wanchai Computer Centre

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    Are you familiar with any of the models that are controllable? We would like to use it like the old traditional photo album where you can sit it on your lap with some friends and go through the pictures at a varied pace by clicking/sliding for the 'next' picture.

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    All of the frames I've used so far have the manual viewing and automatic slideshow functionality, although how easy it is to use varies. I'd expect branded (eg Philips, Sony) frames to be easier to use than non-branded.

    They generally won't work too well on your lap because most will need power and the viewing angles aren't great, but you can place it on the coffee table and use the remote control.
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    I'm starting to look at the Samsung Galaxy Tab now, anyone with experience of using this device?

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    With the preview of Honeycomb and Android 3.0, along with the pending arrival of iPad 2, I can't imagine buying any tablet in the next 30-60 days unless they need a drink coaster sometime this Summer.

    Google Officially Posts Android 3.0 Sneak Peak, Touts “Holographic” UI

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    Quote Originally Posted by penguinsix
    With the preview of Honeycomb and Android 3.0, along with the pending arrival of iPad 2, I can't imagine buying any tablet in the next 30-60 days unless they need a drink coaster sometime this Summer.

    Google Officially Posts Android 3.0 Sneak Peak, Touts “Holographic” UI
    Indeed, the new proposed Motorola Xoom looks extremely sexy! Dual-core processor, and a reported 10 hours of video playback time! It seems the Septics may get this first....

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGxM
    Indeed, the new proposed Motorola Xoom looks extremely sexy! Dual-core processor, and a reported 10 hours of video playback time! It seems the Septics may get this first....
    And the as of yet unnamed Toshiba tablet also has a Tegra 2 Dual Core processor and a 1600 x 800 resolution screen.

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    My favorite so far is the Asus Eee Pad Transformer, although the proposed pricing seems a bit high.

    ASUS Tablet Computers — Providing Choice through Innovation at CES 2011 | ASUS for CES 2011

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoob
    I'm starting to look at the Samsung Galaxy Tab now, anyone with experience of using this device?
    I got this yesterday and I am very impressed. It comes with a call plan, has front and rear-facing cameras and overall the thing is very stable. I have loaded this with videos, games, e-books and music and it is handling everything I have thrown at it. A perfect size too, really. Skype voice call is out and the quality is excellent - Skype video is out shortly (allegedly). Really top banana.

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    I just got the Archos 101 internet tablet today.
    Gonna give it a few days and post what i think of it.
    But after playing around with it for 1 hour so far it's totally awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by penguinsix
    With the preview of Honeycomb and Android 3.0, along with the pending arrival of iPad 2, I can't imagine buying any tablet in the next 30-60 days unless they need a drink coaster sometime this Summer.

    Google Officially Posts Android 3.0 Sneak Peak, Touts “Holographic” UI
    Sure, and then in 6 months there'll be an Android 4.0 on a quad core tablet with a gazillion gigs :-). Reminds me making the wise decision to buy VHS over Beta then years later resisting buying a minidisc player!!

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