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Scott Webster
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Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

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  1. Riley Wave
    September 27, 15:06 Reply

    Tablets are progressing and both the Nook and Kindle Fire HD are premiering “Video Services” but one question is why aren’t they providing HDMI in Full 1080p HD ? – like the new Android tablet the Novo 7 Flame does, which goes for $189 at the U.S.electronics site called TabletSprint – overall, there’s a lot of features missing on the Nook, Kindle and Nexus 7 tablets – the most complete tablet is already here though but it’s a lesser known brand — compare Ainol Electronics Novo 7 Flame – it has dual cameras – (5 MegaPixel Rear camera & 2MP Webcam), Wifi, Bluetooth & an option for 3G — and HDMI easy Plug and Play to download movies to your tablet and watch on TV in full Broadcast Quality… why can’t the big players give us more?

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