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Chinese manufacturer Malata is relatively unknown in the tablet universe, as it hasn't been in the spotlight since showing off its SMB-A1011 back in 2010. Now, the outfit's quietly unveiled a roadmap that's got more than a handful of noteworthy slabs in sight. The company plans on launching a vari

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February 22, 2012 at 6:36PM
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Tabletex. Yep, that's what we're calling this year's Computex since you truly cannot go a few steps on the show floor without stumbling upon a new tablet of some kind. If you've been reading our coverage for the past few days, you know that Intel and Microsoft didn't show up in Taipei empty handed

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We'd take all of this with a healthy dose of salt just now, but reportedly, the Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA) is looking to grant 11 China-based manufacturers with Blu-ray licenses. As we've already seen, select Chinese companies have long since been listed on the BDA's website of licensees, but a

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Fine, don't give us an OLPC to fool around with, we're totally breaking up and moving on. Our new love interest: Malata's PC-68001, a $300 laptop which lacks a hard drive in favor of flash (yes!) but only has 1GB of room (boo.) and 256MB of RAM; oddly, it does have an HDMI output (as well as VGA) f

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