Tablet computers are super-hot right now, but with all of the different models available, it can be difficult to decide which one is best for you. We have researched impartial reviews via the web on four different models and will provide some factoids on the following: Apple iPad 2, Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, Toshiba Thrive and Amazon Kindle Touch.
Determining the best tablet starts with itemizing what kind of functionality you need your mobile device to have. Are you a teleworker? Gamer? Addicted to books and movies? We will help you find the slate of your dreams!
Shutterbugs and Movie Buffs will get the best eye candy from the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 which allows users to transfer media files from PC to tablet directly and faster than other models. The crisp 1200 x 800 pixel touchscreen display is another advantage this tablet has over the others when it comes to viewing media. This tablet has front and rear cameras that can be utilized for snapshots and video.
Bookworms will find the Amazon Kindle Touch 3G to be a real page-turner! This e-reader has been widely praised for its compact, lightweight design, speed and easy navigation. This device features a 6″ e-ink, glare-free display and enough memory to store up to 3,500 books! Users can select reading material from the Amazon catalog of more than 1 million books, magazines and newspapers.
For mobile workers, the Toshiba Thrive has been rated as a top contender. There are 8, 16, and 32GB models available and it has a full-size USB, keyboard and mouse, as well as the ability to share media easily. Its full-sized ports and replaceable parts make it easy to maintain and service by the user’s IT department. A full SD card slot and replaceable battery are other desirable feature, however its design is bulkier than most. it’s not much heavier than other tablets, just thicker.
The iPad 2 is the clear winner in the gaming category offering a wide selection of games and the best ability to process frames per second. In a gaming test conducted by PC World, the iPad 2 produced 52 fps. However, the iPad 2 does not have a USB port, so that limits its ability to support a controller of some kind.
Purchasing any kind of electronic device requires research and planning to find your ideal match. Hopefully this article will give you some sense of which direction to take!
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