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									TABLET COMPARISON:
BEST TABLETS 2012
Looking for a tablet to purchase?
Depending on your budget, you can choose the one that
fits your needs best.
Best Tablets of 2012
1. Asus Transformer Prime
The thinnest Android tablet on the market.
                             • Detachable docking keyboard, super
                               slim and light that provides an extra 6
                               hours of battery life.
                             • Quad-core Tegra 3 processor
                             • 10.1-inch IPS+touchscreen protected by
                               Gorilla Glass with 178° ultra-viewing
                               angle
                             • High resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels
                             • 1GB of DDR2 RAM
                             • Rear 8MP camera coupled with a 1.2MP
                               front-facing cam
                             • 32 or 64GB of built-in storage space
                             • Android 3.2 Honeycomb, upgradable to
                               Android 4.0
                             • Rated to last up to 18 hours, with an
                               extra 6 hours
Pros:                                     Cons:
• Quad-core processor and remarkable      • It will not run Android 4.0 Ice Cream
  internal specifications                   Sandwich
• Super slim and light form factor,       • It will lack 3G connectivity.
  measuring only 8.38mm at the thickest
  point, having an attractive design
• Long battery life
2. iPad 2
One of the best selling tablets available on the market.
                              • Simple yet elegant design, light and thin,
                                using a solid aluminium construction
                              • 9.7-inch LED-backlit glossy widescreen
                                with IPS technology
                              • Resolution of 1024×768 pixels
                              • 1GHz dual-core Apple A5 chipset
                              • dual cameras including a 5 megapixel
                                one on the back plus a frontal VGA for
                                FaceTime or video calls
                              • In terms of storage space, it comes with
                                three models available: 16/35/64GB,
                                each of them having Wi-Fi or 3G
                                connectivity (You can either choose the
                                only Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi plus 3G)
                              • iCloud service which allows users to
                                store their content and wirelessly share it
                                with other devices.
                              • Rated to last up to 10 hours of usage
Pros:                                        Cons:
• Catchy, simple and eye-catching form       • Could have come with a higher
  factor, being very thin and appealing        resolution
• Extremely fast, providing a great
  gaming or video experience with its fast
  dual core processor inside.
3. Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1
The best Android tablet yet.
                               •   Slimmer and lighter than the iPad 2
                               •   10.1-inch TFT LCD touchscreen
                               •   Resolution of 1280×800 pixel
                               •   Rear 3 megapixel camera with
                                   autofocus and LED flash plus a
                                   secondary front-facing camera of 2MP
                                   capable of 720p video recording
                               •   1GHz dual-core processor with Tegra 2
                                   chipset
                               •   Samsung TouchWiz user interface
                               •   Android 3.1 Honeycomb
                               •   1GB of RAM + three different storage
                                   space models with 16/32/64GB
                               •   Samsung Hub, Google Mobile Service,
                                   Mobile Office and more goodies.
Pros:                                     Cons:
• Incredibly thin and light design        • No microSD card slot included or mini-
• bright and catchy display with a high     USB port
  resolution                              • Camera quality isn’t too impressive with
• Great software keyboard                   a 3 MP camera on the back.
• Clean built of Android 3.1 OS version
4. Motorola Xoom 2
Promoted by the company as “everything a tablet should be”.
                               • 10.1-inch TFT capacitive touchscreen
                               • 1280×800 pixel resolution
                               • 1.2GHz dual-core processor
                               • 1GB of RAM
                               • 5 megapixel camera on the back with
                                 autofocus and LED flash + a
                                 secondary front facing cam of 1.3MP
                               • 16GB of built-in storage with up to
                                 32GB via a microSD card slot
                               • MotoCast feature which allows to
                                 stream and download files from your
                                 PC to your tablet
                               • Android 3.2 HoneyComb
Pros:                                    Cons:
• Slimmer and lighter than the current   • It will not run Android 4.0 Ice Cream
  model                                    Sandwich
• Faster dual-core processor
5. Kindle Fire
Undoubted an affordable Android-customized tablet focused on
the entertainment services with an excellent package of services
from Amazon.                     • 7-inch multi-touch display with IPS (in-
                                        plane switching) technology
                                    •   Resolution of 1024×600 pixels
                                    •   Fast 1GHz TI OMAP dual-core
                                        processor
                                    •   8GB of internal storage space
                                    •   512MB of RAM
                                    •   No camera included
                                    •   Free storage space
                                    •   Amazon Silk
                                    •   Great selection of books, music, games
                                        and videos
                                    •   Customized version of Android 2.3 aka
                                        Gingerbread, which means there is no
                                        Google stuff such as Gmail or Android
                                        Market (Amazon has its own apps store)
Pros:                                       Cons:
• Great Amazon content ecosystem (a         • Software part isn’t so impressive
  place where you can find everything you   • Amazon App Store is limited
  want)                                       compared to other stores
• User friendly interface                   • Doesn’t have an attractive design
• Affordable price tag                      • Lacks essential features such as
                                              camera and Bluetooth
                                            • Small storage space.
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