Top 20 Android Tablets You Should Check

If you want to buy an android tablet and your are confused because there are too many tablets out there, making it more difficult to find a right tablet that satisfies your needs. From past one year, tablets are  getting more attention and hype and like smartphones tablets are getting powerful day by day. This post will help you to select an appropriate tablet that you are looking for, whether you need performance, better design, efficient battery or gorgeous display in your tablet. Below is the list of top twenty tablets available currently in market.

1. Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime

  • It is thinner and lighter than most tabs available in market
  • Fast and powerful with its Nvidia Tegra 3 Processor and 1GB RAM
  • Great battery life
  • Bright 10.1 INCH Super IPS display
  • It has poor speaker positioning
  • Keyboard dock is not better than old transformer
  • Metal finish makes it slippery and smudge
Verdict: If you need power plus performance then this tablet suits best for you. For mobile gamers Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime is highly recommended.

2. Asus Eee Pad Slider

  • Has dual-core Tegra 2 processor
  • Slide-out keyboard
  • Good 10.1 inch screen
  • Smooth Performance
  • Its a bit heavy
  • Was introduced late in market, when most of the tablets have quad core processors.
Verdict: If you hate on-screen keyboards and want an inbuilt or Slide-out keyboard in your tablet then this one is best for you.

3. Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9

  • Has 8.9 inches display that makes PPI better
  • Good quality 3.2MP camera and 2MP secondary camera
  • Perfect size for tablet
  • Just a single non-standard port
  • No HDMI socket and USB port
  • No microSD slot
Verdict:  Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9  gives you a compact size, because most of the users don’t prefer large displays, this one is perfect for those.

4. Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

  • Vivid display with IPS 1280×800 pixels resolution
  • Sleek and elegant design
  • Great performance with its Tegra 2 processor and 1GB RAM
  • Nine hours of battery life
  • Poor back and front facing cameras
  • Lacks HDMI,USB and microSD
  • No 64GB version
Verdict: When it comes to display quality and design, this tablet is much better.

5. Sony Tablet S

  • Designed for comfort
  • Has some exclusive apps pre-installed
  • Decent battery life
  • Average build quality
  • Poor Web browser performance
Verdict: Sony Tablet S has a distinctive design that is made to feel comfort while holding it in hands, other features are not too surprising and there are many other tablets that are better, but still Sony Tablet S remains a decent device.

6. Asus Eee Pad Transformer

asus eee pad transformer
  • Has fast Nvidia Tegra 2 processor
  • Elegant design
  • Better display with Wide viewing angles
  • Great battery life with dock
  • When connected to dock, touchscreen becomes less responsive.
Verdict: When it comes to performance and Speed this tablet is a way better to go with.

7. Motorola Xoom 2

Motorola Xoom 2
  • Has 1.2GHz dual core CPU
  • High resolution display
  • IR transmitter
  • A decent 5 megapixel camera with LED flash
  • Good built quality
  • Backlight bleed
  • No expendable memory slot
  • No 3G
Verdict: Motorola Xoom 2 doesn’t impress with any particular feature but still has decent features that you might be looking for.

8. Motorola Xoom

  • Smooth performer
  • Has solid design
  • Micro SD slot
  • Decent better life
  • HDMI port
  • A bit bulky
  • Average display
Verdict: Motorola Xoom was one of the best tablets available in market in its own time, but now with the release of new devices its features seems to be normal. If you are looking for good performance device in less price, this device may b a decent choice for you.

9. Toshiba AT100

  • Has a fast processor
  • Full size HDMI and USB port
  • Great battery life
  • Poor display
  • A bit bulky
  • Average design
Verdict: A fast Tegra 2 tablet, with its Full size HDMI and USB port makes it even better but that adds a little bulk too.

10. LG Optimus Pad

  • Its fast and responsive with Tegra 2 processor.
  • Has 3d recording capability
  • Has an average 5mp camera
  • Included Polaris Office
  • No 3D display
  • Bulky Design
  • Poor built quality
  • Expensive
Verdict: This is worlds first tablet that comes with a 3D camera, if you’re looking for good performance tablet with 3D recording capability then this is the only option for you.

11. Acer Iconia Tab A500

  • 10.1″ 1280 x 800 pixels resolution widescreen display
  • Nvidia Tegra 2 processor
  • Tough built quality
  • Inbuilt USB port
  • Below average battery life
  • Wide benzel
Verdict: Acer Iconia Tab A500 is a smooth performer and beats BlackBerry PlayBook, still Motorola Xoom is slightly better than Acer Iconia Tab A500, because of its good design.

12. Acer Iconia Tab A100

  • 7 inch tablet with fast Tegra 2 processor
  • Smooth Operation
  • Micro USB and micro HDMI port
  • Inexpensive relative to other tablets
  • Poor battery life
  • Oversensitive accelerometer
Verdict: If you want a 7 inch tablet, then this one is for you. Its better than HTC Flyer but still hasn’t enough features to impress geeks.

13. Archos 101 G9

  • Has OMAP 4 dual core processor running Android 3.2 Honeycomb
  • Not too costly
  • Decent battery life
  • Great for video playback
  • Plastic body
  • Average screen quality
  • Bad camera
Verdict: Archos 101 G9 does what it says and is worth its price. Although it lacks in various things, but in this price you cant get better than this.
htc flyer
  • Great display
  • Aluminum body
  • Comes with magic pen
  • Expensive
  • Battery life is not good
Verdict: HTC Flyer comes with some features which are quite good like magic pen, great display that you might like to have, but has relatively poor battery life and is expensive.

15.  Samsung Galaxy Tab

samsung tab
  • 7 inch display
  • Supports Flash Player
  • ARM Cortex A8 1 GHZ processor
  • Has fast multitasking
  • No battery replacement
  • Processor is slow
Verdict: Samsung Galaxy Tab was among the best tablets, but these days there are much powerful tablets available in market. But if price matters for you than you might go with the old Samsung Galaxy Tab

16. Sony Tablet P

  • Has great screen
  • Removable battery
  • Foldable design makes it potable
  • PlayStation support
  • Fast processor
  • Video playback is not good on small screen
  • No gaming buttons
  • Poor WiFi
Verdict: Sony Tablet P has a unique design with foldable dual screen, that makes it extremely portable. This tablet is good for gaming and is easy to carry.

17. HTC Evo View 4G

  • 7 inch screen with great display quality
  • Records HD video
  • Digital pen support
  • Nice built quality
  • HTC’s Sense UI customization
  • Small and thick
  • Over priced
Verdict: HTC Evo View 4G has a smartphone-style OS that’s very disappointing and its high price is not worth its features.

18. Dell Streak 10 Pro 

  • Good 10.1-inch display
  • Built quality is quite good
  • Decent Battery
  • Average 5 MP camera
  • High price
  • No USB charging
  • No HDMI port
 Verdict: There are many better tablets available in market at the same price. Dell Streak 10 Pro is a bit over priced.

19. Dell Streak 7

  • Fast Tegra 2 processor
  •  Good design
  •  Fast HSPA+ speeds
  • Low resolution, only 800 x 480 pixels
  • Only six hours of battery life
Verdict: Dell streak is no better than original streak and does not even have tablet optimized apps. If you are looking for a 7 inch tablet then there are many other better options.

20. Viewsonic gTablet

  • 10.1 display
  • Cheap in price
  • Micro SD and USB port
  • Nvidia Tegra 2 processor
  • Running Android 2.2
  • No 3G version
Verdict: The cheapest Nvidia Tegra 2 tablet available in market. If you want a high performance tablet that too in cheap price, then Viewsonic gTablet is best option for you.
(via Geeknaut)
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