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  • List of tablet PC dimensions and case sizes


    Below is a list of currently available tablet PCs grouped by their width, depth, height, screen size, and appropriate tablet case sizes. The most popular presently available tablet computers are compared in the following table: + Tablet Cases Sizes Tablet PC Height Width Depth Screen Case size Acer Iconia Tab A500 Amazon Kindle Fire Apple iPad Apple iPad 2 Apple ‘New iPad’ 3 Apple iPad Mini 4 ASUS Eee Pad Transformer ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime Barnes & Noble Nook Color Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet Blackberry PlayBook Dell Streak 7 Dell Streak 10 Pro HTC Flyer Huawei Ideos S7 Lenovo IdeaPad A1 Lenovo IdeaPad K1 LG Optimus Pad Motorola Droid XYBoard 10.1 Motorola Xoom Motorola Xoom 2 Samsung Galaxy Note Samsung Galaxy Tab P1000 Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Sony Tablet P 2x Sony Tablet S Sony Xperia Tablet Z Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet Toshiba Thrive ViewSonic ViewPad 7 ViewSonic ViewPad 10

  • Apple Inc. v. Samsung Electronics Co.


    Apple Inc. v. Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. was the first of a series of ongoing lawsuits between Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics regarding the design of smartphones and tablet computers; between them, the companies made more than half of smartphones sold worldwide as of July 2012. In the spring of 2011, Apple began litigating against Samsung in patent infringement suits, while Apple and Motorola Mobility were already engaged in a patent war on several fronts. Apple's multinational litigation over technology patents became known as part of the mobile device "smartphone patent wars": extensive litigation in fierce competition in the global market for consumer mobile communications. By August 2011, Apple and Samsung were litigating 19 ongoing cases in nine countries; by October, the legal disputes expanded to ten countries. By July 2012, the two companies were still embroiled in more than 50 lawsuits around the globe, with billions of dollars in damages claimed between them. While Apple won a ruling in its favor in the U.S., Samsung won rulings in South Korea, Japan, and the UK. On June 4, 2013, Samsung won a limited ban from the U.S. International Trade Commission on sales of certain Apple products after the commission found Apple had violated a Samsung patent, but this was vetoed by U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman. On December 6, 2016, the United States Supreme Court decided 8-0 to reverse the decision from the first trial that awarded nearly $400 million to Apple and returned the case to Federal Circuit court to define the appropriate legal standard "article of manufacture" because it is not the smartphone itself but could be just the case and screen to which the design patents relate.

  • Mobile phone accessories


    Mobile phone accessories include any hardware that is not integral to the operation of a mobile smartphone as designed by the manufacturer.

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