10 Hottest Windows and Android Tablets Unveiled at CES

Nine of these tablets run Android or Windows, and one runs both.

While Apple's iPad is likely to remain the top selling tablet in 2011, hardware vendors like Acer, Samsung, Asus and Toshiba previewed a host of rival devices at this week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. With single screens, dual-screens, and slide-out keyboards, the tablets come in a range of physical form factors. All of them run Android or Windows (and, in one case, both), and most will be available within three to six months. Here's a look at 10 cool tablets displayed at CES.

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