Leo Leport on TWiT reports 36 new tablet models are coming to market, aiming to capture a portion of the iPad market. The Kno has two 14″ screens, and does support flash along with other web video formats. It looks a little big. Certainly provides stark contrast to Dell’s forthcoming Streak tablet, with a 5″ screen.
Here come the tablet choices…. Will any of them be as cool as the iPad? Time will tell. Function is key in addition to design. I’m looking forward to the next rev of iPhone / iPad software on that front. http://mashable.com/2010/06/03/kno-tablet/

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2 Responses to Ready for the tablet glut? Meet the 2 x 14″ Kno

  1. This sound good.. But the price is pretty expensive..

  2. Wesley Fryer says:

    Yes, prices definitely are too high… but remember these are in some ways 1st generation tablets. While we’ve had “tablet PCs” for years, we haven’t had tablets that run mobile operating systems like the iPhone/iPad OS and Android. Moore’s Law is still accurate… we’ll see prices go down.

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