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What's inside the Dell Streak and Archos 7 tablets?

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ReneCardenas   1/31/2011 4:43:52 AM
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Is the power point presentation available electronically?. I agree with EE.Mod posting the tables in presentation are unreadable.

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EE,etc.   12/2/2010 5:07:29 AM
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great teardown info. I just wasn't able to see many of the text slides clearly, not sure if it was due to quality of them or my new HP Netbook. we had the battle between regular cell phones and smartphones and now it seems another convergence is going to happen between smartphones and tablets/ebook I personally love to carry one device that does all as long as threre is bluethooth so I dont have to hold a 5-7" device on my ear.

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BalaLak   12/1/2010 4:03:10 AM
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Great video and valuable info on the BOM - I'd love to see more videos like this. Videos convey so much more than reading a teardown report.

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