Here’s a look at the ten best tablets on the market. These are all useful tablets that can help you out with all sorts of computer and organizational needs no matter where you are
Apple iPad 2
Apple’s iPad 2 is the top name in the world of computer tablets. The iPad 2 features a 9.7-inch screen, memory options of up to 64 GB depending on model and an A5 dual-core processor that is faster than what the original iPad used. This tablet also comes with support for more applications than what you’d fine in other tablets.
This BlackBerry tablet features support for high-definition video recording along with a five megapixel camera. The screen is only seven inches in size but the device is less than a pound in weight, thus making it incredibly easy to carry around anywhere.
ASUS Eee Pad Transformer
This tablet from ASUS features support for the Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system. This will work with most of today’s popular Android applications. It also features a keyboard dock as an option. This can be attached to the tablet to not only make typing things easier but to extend the tablet’s battery life.
The Xoom has a dual-core 1GHz processor and full USB support for connecting the tablet to a computer or other kind of device. The lag on the Xoom is very minimal. It also has a strong 800x1280 resolution rating. This is perfect for the 10.1-inch screen on the tablet. This tablet even features 4G capability.
The Flyer is only 7.5 inches in size but it has a 1.5GHz processor with 1 GB or RAM. It also works with a stylus pen and the Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9
The Galaxy Tab 8.9 is 8.9 inches in size. This is much larger than the original seven inch model. It also features built-in GPS and e-reader support.
ViewSonic ViewPad 7
This Wi-Fi tablet features an easy to handle interface with four home screens and easy to handle scrolling functions. It also features support for multiple Bluetooth devices.
The Archos 70 has a built-in stand that can support the tablet as it is being used. This is very convenient because it will make the tablet work like a small computer. The tablet also weights about 0.7 pounds. The Android 2.2 system features five easy to read home menus. There is even a TV output so you can watch television on the Archos 70.
HP Slate 500
The Slate 500 uses the Windows 7 Professional operating system, thus giving the tablet support for all sorts of Office applications when on the go. The device includes a style pen for additional support and control.
Notion Ink Adam
This tablet has a 3.2 megapixel camera that uses a swivel function. This allows the camera to move around so it can get photos handled in many directions. An SD card slot is also included. The Pixel Qi screen build is also easy to read even in bright conditions.
These are ten great tablets for you to look into. They have their own features, operating systems and screens for all types of functions. Be sure to compare them to see which one fits your needs.