Top 5 Amazing Tablets : Google Nexus 7, Microsoft Surface, Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, Asus Tablet 810, Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

9/6/2012 9:36:31 AM

Nexus running on Android costs above $250. Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 has 3G and function hearing, calling or texting. Microsoft Surface operates on Windows 8. These laptops will be worth the wait.

After Android’s start that seemed unsuccessful, it is predicted that there will be a competition between Windows 8 tablets and Apple’s pads. However, Google also showed their continuous changes to improve user interface and features via Android 4.1 with Project Butter on Nexus 7.

Google Nexus 7

Description: Google Nexus 7

Google Nexus 7

Introduced 3 weeks ago, Nexus is obviously the most expected tablet at present. Despite its strong specs, the price starts at $199, equivalent to Amazon’s Kindle Fire. Besides, the product runs on the latest Android 4.1 version completed by famous Asus and Google.

Nexus 7 is equipped with a 7inch screen (1,280x800 pixels) with IPS panel having a Corning damage-resistant cover glass from Gorilla. Nexus’s specification is quite powerful: Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core processor with 12 graphic cores, 1GB of RAM, front-facing 1.2MP webcam, Bluetooth connector, Wi-Fi n-standard, micro USB port, NFC and GPS.

The model is supposed to appear on Vietnam’s market next month for an anticipated price of $280.

Microsoft Surface

Description: Microsoft Surface

Microsoft Surface

Although the brand is specialized in software, Microsoft’s releasing its own tablet draws a lot of attentions. Specially, this tablet is run on Windows 8 improved only for tablets.

It is a pity the release is a bit late, after the official launch of Windows 8 in this October.

Surface has 2 versions. One running on Windows 8 RT costs more than $599. Windows 8 Pro version is sold for $799.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0

Description: Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0

Samsung new 7inch Galaxy Tab has been announced to be sold for $475 for 3G version which is able to do hearing, calling and texting like cellphones. The model is due to be released right in this month.

The device comes with 7inch screen (1,024x600 pixels), dual-core processor (1GHz), 1GB of RAM, 3MP back camera and VGA front camera.

This tablet runs on Android 4.0 at default when released. There’re some changes in the device, compared to its earlier generation. This model is 344 gram heavy, 10.5mm thick. It provides a sturdy feeling when in hand despite its plastic case.

Asus Tablet 810

Description: Asus Tablet 810

Asus Tablet 810

Although Android tablets don’t mark significant points on the market, Transformer and Transformer Prime of Asus release within a year have built their certain reputation. The Taiwanese brand has combined these series’ upsides with Windows 8 to create Tablet 810 at Computex 2012 recently.

Asus Tablet 810 operates on Windows 8 OS with 11.6inch screen (1,355x768 pixels). The model’s Super IPS+ panel, similar to Transformer Prime, supports up to 10 touch-sensitive points. Besides, there’re next-generation Intel Atom processor, 2GB of RAM and 64GB of eMMC.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

Description: Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

Galaxy Note 10.1 is the big version of Galaxy Note well sold on the market. Samsung decides to experience with supporting software and S-Pen stylus in a bigger screen.

Galaxy Note 10.1 has recently been upgraded with Exynos 4412 chipset having Cortex-A9 quad-core processor (1.5GHz) of ARM, instead of previous dual-core chip. In addition, GPU is believed to use newer chipset: Mali T-604, which is able to speed up 5 times and be upgraded to quad-core.


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