Samsung Galaxy Note 8

Coming to the U.S. sometime in the second quarter of 2013, Samsung's S Pen-equipped 8-inch tablet has the size and features (1,280x800-pixel-resolution display, quad-core A9 processor) to be a direct competitor to the iPad Mini.
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HP Slate 7

Surprise! Hewlett-Packard's latest slate is Android, not Windows. The $169 Slate 7 looks a like surefire competitor to the Nexus 7, with a steel frame, dual front and rear cameras, and a dual-core ARM A9 processor. It comes out in the U.S. in April.
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Sony Xperia Tablet Z

Sony's new Xperia Z is the thinnest, lightest (1.09 pounds) 10-inch tablet ever made. It's also water-resistant.
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Sony Xperia Tablet Z

The Sony Xperia Z comes with a quad-core Qualcomm processor and ships with Android Jelly Bean.
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Asus PadFone Infinity

It's yet another experimental design from Asus: the PadFone Infinity is a 5-inch 1080p LTE phone that also happens to dock into a 10.1-inch Infinity Station tablet housing.
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Asus PadFone Infinity

The Asus PadFone Infinity seen docked inside its 10-inch tablet station. The whole package costs as much as a high-end laptop.
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Asus FonePad

Not to be confused with (but guaranteed to be confused with) the PadFone Infinity, the FonePad is a cheap 7-inch Intel Atom-powered Android Jelly Bean tablet that can make phone calls, too.
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Lenovo S6000

Lenovo has several Windows-based tablets, and at MWC a few more Android-based ones were thrown in the mix, all of them running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. The 10.1-inch S6000 has a 1,280x800 IPS display and a quad-core MediaTek processor, plus optional HSPA+ cellular data.
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Lenovo A3000

The 7-inch A3000 has a 1,024x600 IPS display, and the same quad-core processor and cellular data as the bigger S6000.
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Lenovo A1000

The entry-level A1000 7-inch tablet has a dual-core processor and 16GB of onboard storage, no cellular.
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ZTE V98

Hankering for another Windows 8 tablet? This one made by ZTE has an aluminum body and a glass display, and runs full Windows 8 off an Atom processor.
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