As the world waits to see what the forthcoming iPad 3 will bring, Apple has also excited V3 readers by hinting that it could offer an iPad-MacBook Air hybrid device, akin to the Asus Transformer Prime.
While the details were vague, reading between the lines certainly hints at such a device being issued by Apple, although whether or not this will be a feature of the iPad 3 is unclear.
The desire for laptop-tablet hybrids among V3 readers is clearly high with our review of the Asus Transformer Prime proving of great interest, especially as it managed to gain a coveted five-star recommendation.
Elsewhere security issues remain high on the agenda, with the release of a new secure USB stick that offers track and wipe capabilities proving popular.
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