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The iPad is the gold standard when it comes to tablet computers, but there are alternatives. We tested 8 products to determine if they had what it takes to give the iPad a run for its money as a business device.
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Pilots, preachers, politicians and football teams among those taking the plunge with the Apple iPad tablet.
This laptop not only gets the job done, but also has a lot of thoughtful features that harried businesspeople will appreciate.
The compact and light Toshiba Thrive 7" offers a bright display and a good set of connections.
Ports and software distinguish this tablet, which holds appeal for nonbusiness users, too.
The Latitude 2120 from Dell is a slightly ruggedized but otherwise unexceptional and uninspiring netbook that simply costs too much.
Dell’s monolithic black laptop for professional graphics artists and engineers brings a lot of horsepower--and heft--to the table.
After many successful months in Europe, the Galaxy S II line is finally coming to U.S. shores.
The long-awaited Droid Bionic is blazing fast and has a slew of great entertainment and business features, but the high price might make it a hard sell.
Why mess with pricey merchant-services plans? These two options let you plug a simple scanner into your smartphone to accept credit card payments from customers.
Looking for apps that are compatible with RIM's new BlackBerry 7 OS? CIO.com's Al Sacco spotlights 10 must-haves including apps for social networking, navigation, entertainment and a cool augmented reality browser.