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Linux Geeks and Tablet Temptation

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If "Marcia, Marcia, Marcia!" summed up all that was wrong in Jan's world on "The Brady Bunch" all those many decades ago, an equivalent for today's computing world might be, "tablets, tablets, tablets!"

After all, the widely hyped new devices pretty well dominated the news coming out of CES, and they continue to do so in most other aspects of consumer IT.

It's virtually a given that most Cupertino fans have already pledged their love to Apple's (Nasdaq: AAPL) market-leading iPad, of course -- but what about those of us here on the FOSS side of the fence, where the Android alternatives are arriving on the scene in droves?
Are Linux geeks tempted by tablets too?

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