Big tablets, small tablets. Short tablets, tall tablets. Wi-Fi tablets. Cellular tablets. Tablets with tons of built-in storage and tablets with expandable memory. Glorious displays and roaring dual-core processors packed into svelte "slate" form factors. Lets begin with the Apple I pad 2. Apple's I Pad 2 is the single most popular tablet on the market today. And that's for good reason: The I Pad's combination of beautiful, lightweight hardware and slick, powerful is software offers a truly unique tablet experience. You get a Dual-core, Apple A5 processor; 9.7" LED-backlit display; front- and rear-facing cameras for video-conferencing and HD video capture; roughly 10 hours of battery life; gyroscope, accelerometer and compass; and access to 140,000 I Pad-compatible mobile applications via Apple's App Store.
Next we have is the Amazon's Kindle Fire is sure to grab lots of attention this holiday season. First and foremost, the Kindle Fire is an e-reader, but it's also a full-fledged tablet computer powered by a customized version of Google's Android mobile OS. Its direct link into Amazon's media library, with tons of music, movies, TV shows, books and more, makes it an entertainment powerhouse. And it's reasonably priced. (Unfortunately, you don't get access to Google's Android Market app store.) lets not forget Samsung newest tablet, the Galaxy Tab 8.9, is a medium-sized slate powered by Google's latest Android tablet OS. It packs a high-resolution display and powerful processor. It's most notable because its unusual size falls in between the more common 10" and 7" form tablet form factors. Dual-core
1GHz processor; Android 3.1 "Honeycomb" tablet OS; 8.9" WXGA (1280x800) display; 2.0 megapixel front-facing camera and 3.0 megapixel rear camera, with flash; and Samsung "Touch Wiz" UI.
Something new is the Barnes Noble's Android-powered NOOK tablet is a multimedia machine with a reasonable price tag. And Barnes Noble claims the tablet packs "the world's most advanced Vivid View" 7" inch touch screen, so your movies, TV shows, videos, books and other multimedia should shine. (Unfortunately, you don't get access to Google's Android Market app store.) Here you get a Dual-core, 1GHz processor; Glare-resistant, 7" (1024x600) "Vivid View" display; Android 2.3 "Gingerbread" OS; micro SD card slot for expandable memory with support for 32GB cards; roughly 10.5 hours of battery life, depending on usage; and free Wi-Fi access in all Barnes Noble retail stores.
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