The competition has stepped up in the tablet market right now and there’s a variety of tablets to choose from. So here’s our collection of the top 3 hottest tablets out right now.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1
The Samsung Galaxy Tab is as thin as the iPad 2, just slightly thinner and lighter and has a 10.1-inch, 1280×800-pixel screen that produces a clear, crisp image, with a wide viewing angle. It comes with a 3-megapixel back camera, a 2-megapixel camera on the front and some powerful dual speakers. The only problem is that it has a plastic back that which makes it feel less solid than the iPad 2; it has no HDMI, USB or SD ports. But bottom line is that it’s silky, sexy and lighter than the iPad 2.
Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime
The new Prime tablet sounds like a robots name out of the Transformers movie but the only downside is that it doesn’t turn into a robot. The Prime is an inch wider and thinner than both the Galaxy Tab 10.1 and iPad 2 but it is slightly heavier but you won’t be able to notice as the weight is distributed evenly. It includes a microSD and a micro-HDMI port. It comes with an 8-megpixel camera that captures detailed images and plays back clear, smooth 1080p videos. The only problem we’ve noticed is that when playing certain games the frame rate can suffer and if you’re not careful the tablet can slide off a table or lap if it’s connected to a keyboard dock. The Asus Eee Pad Transformer is a must buy, it’s the best full-featured Android tablet yet, with impressive features and an impressive camera.
Apple’s New iPad
Known as iPad – Wi-Fi +Cellular or iPad 3 has raised the bar since it was released in March. The design of the new iPad remains the same as the iPad 2 but is slightly heavier. It does however, boast a resolution of 2048x 1536-pixels, which is double than the iPad 2. The only way to tell the difference between the new iPad and the iPad 2 is to check the camera on the back which is be bigger, for the improved optics and sensor. It now has a new and improved 5-mega pixel rear camera with 1080p recording quality. The downside to the iPad is that it’s slightly heavier and requires an adapter for the HDMI, USB and SD ports.
Improved graphics, gorgeous high screen resolution, faster processor and a better camera makes the new iPad a winner.