With the ever-increasing trend of tablets among the freaky gadget users, mobile brands have become more meticulous with their new launches. Whether you use an HP TouchPad, a Motorola Xoom or Samsung’s new Galaxy Tab 10.1, the retail figures are surely going to strike your pocket, but the tablets are still expected to gain more popularity. In view of this tough tablet fight, we have brought to you a transparent review, which will certainly assist you while shopping around for a fully equipped gadget. So, here begins the Tablet fight.
Battle of Highly Performing Tablets
Beginning with the new Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, this ultimate entertainment package is going head to head with Motorola Xoom. Though most of its specifications are identical to Xoom, but still the Galaxy Tab boasts of providing an out of the world multimedia tablet experience, where users will be able to enjoy watching full HD movies, surf flash websites on the large 10.1 inches display, soak up in dual surround sound speakers, play games and do a lot more. The experience is absolutely smooth, fast and much better with the Android 3.0 Honeycomb platform and 1GHz dual-core processor. Additionally, the 8-megapixel camera on the rear side and a two megapixel on the front side are sure to boost the fun.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1
Last year Samsung came up with its 7 inch Galaxy Tab to break the monopoly of Apple iPad, but unfortunately was not able to break the 10-inch class tablet trend, which recorded a sale of about 14 million. So, this year, the company decided to jump into the 10-inch tablet battle and launched it’s Galaxy Tab 10.1, but HP and Motorola are already on the front line.
Both Motorola Xoom and Galaxy Tab 10.1 run a stock version of Operating System, which is also familiar as Google Experience and is yet to finish with some last touches on the Honeycomb. The resemblances in both the models are not just limited to OS, but there is a lot more, just like the 1280 x 800 display, 2MP front facing camera and 1 GHz processor. But there is still something original that you will not find in iPad, Touchpad or Xoom and, that is, its rear-facing 8 MP camera. Xoom exhibits a 5 MP camera, while TouchPad features only front-facing camera and iPad has no cameras.
HP Palm Touchpad
Prices are one of the most crucial factors, but none of the iPad competitors have yet revealed their retail figures. Motorola is expected to surface the price tags in late February, but the leaks have depicted that Xoom will cost around $1200. However, the starting price of the iPad is expected to be about $499. Where all the competitors are almost done with their launches, Apple is still waiting on its launch of the new tablet version.