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TabletWorld: The Complete Guide To Tablets goes on sale

Reviews, tutorials and how to get more from your tablet

You can now buy TabletWorld: The Complete Guide To Tablets from WHSmith, Sainsbury's and Tesco stores as well as online.

Published by IDG, the company behind PC Advisor, TabletWorld is an in-depth guide to existing and soon-to-be-released tablets. You'll also find tutorials, in-depth case studies and features on how these incredible new devices are changing the world.

With over 160 pages of original content, TabletWorld features tablets from RIM, Dell, Samsung, HP, HTC, Motorola, Apple & BlackBerry.

There are also over 50 pages of step-by-step tutorials with advice on which apps to download.

TabletWorld

WHSmith Travel, Sainsbury's and Tesco will all be stocking physical copies of TabletWorld, costing £9.99. Alternatively, you can buy TabletWorld as a special digital edition through Zinio for £4.99.

The Complete Guide To The iPad 2 also launches on Thursday 7 April.

With over 160 pages of tutorials, features, accessories and reviews, The Complete Guide To The iPad 2 will be of huge interest to the legions of consumers who are embracing technology in their work and their lives.

TabletWorld

The Complete Guide To The iPad 2 is the essential companion to buying and owning an iPad 2 - and the publication's unique size and format means it'll look and feel just like the iPad itself.

You can purchase The Complete Guide To The iPad 2 through the same outlets for £9.99 or for £5.99 through Zinio.

See also:

Tablet Advisor

Apple iPad 2 review

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 review

Motorola Xoom review


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