The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Microsoft is currently developing a new line of Surface tablets, including a 7-inch version which should go into mass production later this year.
Tiny tablets are oh so stylish today, and Vizio is in the game. And holy hell, this little Jelly Bean thing is lovely to hold.
We wanted to love the original Thrive tablet with its many full-sized ports, but oh man was it chunky. The Thrive 7-Inch is almost exactly the same, but everything is smaller. It's still chunky, but it's not too much anymore.
Samsung seems to be the first major LCD-maker to honor the public's apparently unquenchable demand for mini 7-inch USB-driven monitors.
It won't instantly give you Jason Chen's tactical blogging situation room, but Buffalo's 7-inch USB display does something nice: it swivels vertically, making it even better for a secondary IM display on your desk.
As dapreview points out, this just-announced Cowon N3 looks quite like the Cowon Q5W we reviewed a few weeks ago. The most noticeable difference comes from the fact that this has a 7-inch screen as opposed to the Q5's 5-incher. Other than that, there's no internal memory—you have to use one of two SDHC slots to add…
Sure, this 7-inch portable Wii LCD screen contains its own IR sensor bar, but how fun is it to play Wii on a 7-inch screen? Can you imagine your family gathered around a campsite, huddled around a fire, smacking each other in the face when your mother swings back to serve?