Out of the 7 inch top tablet computers that run Android 2.3, the Nook Tablet delivers the longest battery life of 11.5 hours when reading and 9 hours when you are watching movies. It has a responsive touch screen that registers touches, taps and swipes accurately.
The slate PC is manufactured by Barnes & Noble and it is a follow-up to their hugely successful Nook Color. It has twice as much memory and speed as its predecessor - 16Gb internal memory and a 1GHz TI OMAP4 (dual-core) processor with 1Gb RAM.
You can add up to 32Gb using a microSD memory card enabling you to hold a huge chunk of books, movies apps, et cetera. The slate PC weighs in at 399.7 grams and measures 20.5 cm x 12.7 cm x 1.2 cm.
Asus Eee Pad Slider SL101
The Asus Slider is one of the few top tablet computers that can replace a notebook or laptop. It has a pullout keyboard and a 10 inch touch screen with an extra-wide view angle.
The keyboard is well-built and has all the keys that you find on a Windows laptop plus special Android function keys like Home, Back, and Search. When you plug-in a mouse you are able to type and surf more comfortably than you would when using an on-screen keyboard.
The top tablet PC has build-in Wi-Fi enabling you to connect to fast cellular networks that use 802.11 b/g/n standard and it enables you to transfer content to and from a Smartphone, laptop, or desktop computer using Bluetooth. It has a miniHDMI socket that you can use to feed the video signal over to a television.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1
Android tablet computers have a tough time beating an Apple tablet. However, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 does so with ease. It is lighter, thinner, has a better display, and overall handles better than the second-generation iPad.
The top tablet PC runs Android 3.1 and it can also run Ice Cream Sandwich OS. It comes with a dedicated Gmail software and it is available in a 32Gb Wi-Fi + 3G version and a 16Gb Wi-Fi only version.
Tablet computers are the latest hot property out on the market today. More and more people are enjoying these new smart devices which come in a portable package.
There certainly is no shortage of impressive functions and tasks it can accomplish and not to mention the immense potential that these devices have. Depending on how a person intends to use it, there are a couple of small considerations one has to put in mind. After all, these are devices that are great investments as long as you get the right device for you and your lifestyle.
Here are a couple of short tips on how you can make the best decision on which tablet to buy. It's important to know more about your options as the old saying goes, knowledge is power. Making the right investment these days is important and this short list could help you out.
The first thing to consider is necessity. You can ask yourself, just how much do you need one and why. There are a lot of choices out there so figuring out why you need it and how you intend to use it will cut you some corners.
Once you've figured out the need for one, then the next thing to choose is the operating system. There are two major contenders at the moment with Apple's iOs and Google's mobile OS Android. From a neutral perspective, Apple seems to have the high ground as there is a lot of features that are simply not available at the Android level. However, to their credit, the Android market has grown widely and is well poised to put the pressure on Apple and the iPad's dominance.
As important as the operating system may be, there is plenty of thought to be given about the physical aspect of the tablet of your choice. Do you want big screens or smaller ones? Depending on your preference, there are tablets as small as 7-inch models like the Samsung Galaxy 7.0 to the larger 9 and 10-inch models from other manufacturers. Portability issues will be one of the key qualities to look into so think carefully about these matters.
Storage is another good way to gauge just how good your tablet is. Don't settle for anything less than an 16GB, you might regret having memory less than that since you might not be able to enjoy the full potential of your device with a limited capacity.
Connectivity is another consideration. Depending on the way you want to use your device, features like Wi-Fi and 3G compatibility have to be taken into account. You should also look into other add-ons like USB ports, expandable storage and accessories.
Going back to Apple and the Android matter, there is a big battle going on about the availability of apps for tablet computers. This has been one of Apple's strong points as the Apple App Store is currently the biggest in the business. Android is still growing and it all makes for some great competition.
Do you remember when you bought your first CD player? If you were like me, you were probably very excited, right?
Well, if you haven't lived in a box for the last year, you will probably already know that there is an explosion of other digital players on the market today: the tablet. You may have heard of named brand tablet computer devices like Amazon's Kindle, or Barnes & Noble's Nook, to name just two. However, there are many different kinds and their sales are exploding.
Now, let's get back to the first CD player you bought. What was the first thing you were thinking when you opened up the CD player box?
Well, if you were like most people at the time, you probably said something like this, "Now, I need to get some CDs!"
And you probably bought about 100 different CDs over the years. Some people may have 50, others may have thousands.
Now, fast forward to today's date - what are people who open up their e-reader devices saying? You probably guessed it: I need to get a hold of some e-books!
This is why people who are selling and reselling e-books will be fattening up their bank accounts. People will want to buy e-books after e-books.
And the great thing about those who sell and resell e-books is that they can resell their e-books and keep 100% of the profits over and over again. There isn't really much more to it than that.
Because people will be buying more and more electronic tablets, they will want to increase their "library" of books. Most likely, if they buy one e-book, they will buy others. All you have to do is continue to offer great e-books and you will have faithful customers. The growth of e-books sales is really incredible, when you consider that many people who buy electronic readers, tablets, phone devices, and even just regular lap tops, people will be demand more and more e-book products.
I have made a great living selling e-books over the last few years and I feel pretty optimistic because the consumer is enthusiastic about getting more and more products and the growth of people buying e-readers is growing every single month.
Any business person will tell you that if you want to know a little about the future prospects of your business, then you need to look at the trends. Selling e-books with rights is a trend that is only beginning to make money.