Sunday, July 3, 2011
The following small tablets own some special features that may surprise you.
This tablet has 8-inch screen and runs Android 2.3. It costs 349$ for 4GB version. This small tablet is integrated with IR Blaster that allows this tablet to use as a remote control for 95% of devices.
Toshiba Thrive will be available in this month with the start price is 429$ for a 8GB version. It runs Android 3.1 (Honeycomb) and has 10.1-inch screen. It has a back-up battery, video upscaling ability and HDMI port.
Nook Simple Touch Reader
This Barnes & Noble table is actually a e-Reader running Android. The start price is only 139$. The special feature of this device is the ink display and long battery life.
HTC EVO View 4G (HTC Flyer)
This tablet owns a 7-inch screen and runs Anroid 2.3. This tablet is distributed with a special pen based on N-Trig technology that can take text and voice memos.
HP TouchPad is one of the best upcoming tablets this year. The price for 16GB version is 499$. It is powered by 9.7-inch screen and webOS. The special feature of this tablet is the new OS having HP Touchstone technology which allows to sync contents with webOS smartphones when we place them close to each other.
Sony seems late to joint the tablet market. However, this year, they will release 2 Android 3.0 tablets. The special feature of their tablets is the dual-screen. Each screen has 5.5 inches and works independently to each other. With 2 screens, we can carry the tablets easier.
It is one of the first tablets using Honeycomb. This tablet supports new wireless technology, 4G LTE. The special feature of this tablet is the stereo sound and dual-camera in the back that helps capture 3D videos and images.
It will be introduced in the end of this year. This tablet has 10-inch screen. This tablet is designed for businessmen and government organizations.