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first_imgCoby Kyros Motorola Xoom Archos 7 Tablet Lenovo LePad (Sans Screen) Creative Ziio Azpen  X1 Lenovo LePad (Sans Screen) Samsung PC7 Toshiba Tablet Creative Ziio And More….center_img Coby Kyros Motorola Xoom Toshiba Tablet MSI WindPad RIM BlackBerry Playbook Cosmos OSC 1 Gaming Tablet Rullingnet Vinci MSI WindPad As predicted, 2011 was there year of the tablet at ces. So, so many tablets. Just a staggeringly huge, ungodly number of tablets. Just before the show officially started on Thursday, the Consumer Electronics Association, the organization behind the show, issued a release stating that some 80 tablets were set to be launched at the show. Having walked the floor of the entire thing over the past few days, I think it’s safe to say that the association was low balling that number.After 2010 proved a giant year for Apple’s iPad (becoming, really, the first hugely commercially successful consumer tablet), a number of high profile companies rushed to provide an competitor. Here at Gearlog, we’ve already shown you new tablets from Samsung, RIM (BlackBerry), Motorola, ASUS, Lenovo, MSI, Creative, Coby, Toshiba, E Fun, AHX, a gaming tablet from Cosmos, a baby tablet by Rullingnet, Motion Computing, and a dual-boot device from a company called Azpen.But believe it or not, that’s only the tip of the iceberg. I saw so many more tablets in Vegas last week, that it’s frankly a bit impossible to keep track of them all. In fact, there are too many to fit into a single post. After the jump, you’ll find a huge cross section of the tablets I saw–not all of the, however. After all, many of them really looked identical to the iPad–particularly in the International Hall. I suppose there’s only so much companies can do with a slate form factor.That said, there are still plenty of interesting entries after the jump.Samsung PC7last_img read more

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