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Behold the EE Eagle, an EE-branded tablet.

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The Eagle is a re-branded Huawei MediaPad. It has a quad-core processor.

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This is a 5-megapixel camera.

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There's space for a SIM card, and a microSD card.

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It runs Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, which sadly isn't the latest version.

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It's reasonably slim, as you can see.

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The 8-inch display has a pretty shoddy 1,280x800-pixel resolution.

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The Eagle goes on sale on 28 May, and will cost £199 on pay as you go.

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This is the EE Buzzard. It plugs into your car's cigarette lighter and floods your vehicle with 4G Wi-Fi.

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It comes in this handy container, which EE says is designed to fit in cup holders.

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This is the EE Osprey, a portable hotspot that's both colourful, and chunky.

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The EE Kite, meanwhile, is more expensive, and aimed at professionals who need 4G while out and about.

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The Kite is impressively slim, and bears a striking resemblance to an iPhone 4, albeit one with no screen.

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