Best Android 3.0 Tablets
Google’s Android OS has taken the world by storm. Today almost every third person wants to own an Android enabled device. Almost all the micro devices like Mobiles, Tablets, Laptops, etc. have been targeted by the Android. Today we will bring you a list of some of the best tablets that are powered by the latest Android Honeycomb 3.0. Order of listing does not indicate the ranking of these tablets. If you know about more such good android tablets which support android 3.0 kindly share with us.
1. Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1
This sleek and sexy device is as thin and light as an iPad 2. The device has 3 MP back camera and a 2 MP front camera for video calls. Another spec includes 1 GB RAM along with 16 GB integrated storage. The tablet lacks certain ports that must be included on the device such as onboard USB port . Overall this sleek and stylish device is the only device that is closer to the iPad 2 and is available for $500 from various dealers online.
2. Asus Eee Transformer Pad
This tablet is priced at $400 and is the lowest prices Android 3.0 device that is available today. The tablet is packed with 16 GB of internal storage. The high quality graphics screen coupled with relatively cheaper keyboard dock makes this tablet an attractive option. There are few things that we didn’t liked about this device is its choppy sound recording and playback. The edges must be made smoother as they are bit sharp. There are a lot of problems that you face while docking the keyboard.
3. Acer Iconia Tab A500
The Acer Iconia Tab combines the best that the industry has to offer on the Android 3.0 platform. The device has 10.1 inch screen that has front and rear cameras. This device is GPS enabled and is fully compatible with Flash. There is an onboard USB port and a HDMI output. The device is still not able to record HD videos and is bulky in size. The device is available for $450 from various online retailers or you can get them from the official website of Acer.
4. T Mobile G Slate
This tablet is 4G enabled and offer several out of the box features that make it as the device of the future. There is a wide angles IPS screen that makes this tablet device as an interesting buy. The tablet comes under the two year contract with the T Mobile otherwise this device will prove to be an expensive option. The 3D graphics rendering is pretty disappointing and 4G consumes a lot of battery.
5. Motorola Xoom
With the coming of next generation internet technologies this device is the unique in several aspects in the tab market. The device supports 1280X800 HD resolutions in the 16:10 aspect ratio. The 5 MP camera is capable of the HD recording and has 1 GHz dual core. The device is Wi-Fi enabled and has inbuilt 32 GB storage capacity. The battery life is also quite impressive.