Best Android Powered Tablets of 2011

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Tablets have started to boom over the recent years with the number of adopters growing with each passing day. While most contribute this expansion to the fact that Apple released the iPad; however, that does not mean that it is the best on the market. In truth, there are several other companies that are hard at work creating their own tablets that will surpass the bar set by Apple. When it comes to operating systems for the tablets one of the most well-known applications is the Android. Because there are so many different companies and attributes that make a tablet powerful it is important to know what the best in the business is going to be.

Motorola XOOM

One of the first tablets that is growing in popularity is the Motorola Xoom. This tablet boasts a number of features including a front and rear facing camera, a large 1280 by 800 display, and the ability to play videos in 720p. There is no lack of space, either, as the tablet has 1GB DDR memory as well as 32 gigs of external memory. The Motorola Xoom uses Android 3.0 Honeycomb, meaning that it has some of the most up to date hardware available. The Xoom comes in 2 models, with and without 3G support, to fully address everyone’s needs.

Samsung Galaxy Tab

Samsung has been hard at work creating the next model of Galaxy Tab, which is the 10.1 model. This tablet also used Android 3.0 Honeycomb, while having a powerful Dual-core Tegra 2 processor. The tablet also has quite a bit of controversy surrounding it, including a lawsuit from Apple that prevents the Galaxy from being sold in certain countries. Regardless of these issues, the Galaxy increases in demand and still remains one of the tablets that enthusiasts need to keep an eye out on.

G-Slate

LG has also thrown their hat into the ring, releasing the G-Slate. The G-Slate is no slacker, and it uses a 1GHz NVidia Tegra 2 processor to function. One of the features that makes this tablet stand out is the fact that it can shoot videos in high definition as well as in 3D. This adds a whole new dimension to recording video, and something that certain consumers are looking for. Of course, the G-Slate runs off of the Android Honeycomb and has the ability to perform several tasks that help it replace computers for some people.

ASUS Eee Pad Transformer

Finally, Asus has blurred the line between a laptop and tablet by introducing the Eee Pad Transformer. What makes this device unique is the fact that it has a detachable keyboard, essentially making it a laptop in a matter of seconds. Using the keyboard does affect the lifespan of the battery, but it can easily be detached for longevity. While the keyboard is not necessary for use, it helps users make a smooth transition from a laptop to a tablet by offering this option.

While the year is far from over, these companies have proven that they are serious about getting into the tablet market. With so many features and advantages to each one, it pays to understand the strengths of each device before ultimately choosing one. However, it is a sure bet that any of the tablets listed above will be at the top of anyone’s must have list when it comes to powerful tablets for 2011.

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