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09-23-2011, 02:48 PM #1
Android Tablets Basic Features
ERA OF TABLETS ARE HERE ..
RECENTLY MY BROTHER BOUGHT A TABLET AND SO AS MY COUSIN .. LOOLKING AT THEM TO MAKE IT WORK FOR THEM REALLY EXCITES THE WHOLE TABLET WORKUP !
TABLETS ARE BEING BOUGHT TO BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN A MOBILE AND A LAPTOP.
MANY CHEAPER VERSIONS HAVE ARRIVED IN THE MARKET AND ARE QUITE POPULAR AMONG USERS.
SOME BASIC THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND WHEN YOU GO OUT TO BUY YOUR TABLET ..
8, 9, and 10. For a comparison the popular Apple iPad is a 10 tablet. The most popular type size of tablets is 7, but the 8 tablet is starting to become more popular. You must know that as the size of the tablet increases, so does the weight. If you are worried about a tablet being to heavy, I suggest a smaller sized tablet of 7, or possibly a 5 tablet.
A capacitive screen is the best type of screen on the market, and does come with a higher price. Most entry level to medium level tablets come with a resistive screen. If a tablet has a resistive screen you will have to push harder on the screen for the tablet to react.
In keeping with the theme of screens, another popular feature of some tables is multi-touch screens. This allows you to use two fingers while accessing apps on the tablet. This is a nice feature that higher end tablets are able to utilize, just as the iPad is able to. For lower end to medium range tablets the norm is single touch. For a multi-touch capacitive tablet, expect to spend quite a lot more money than a single touch resistive screen.
TABLET SHOULD HAVE MORE THEN 6 HRS WORKING LIFE
Whatfs under the hood?
Currently tablets are being manufactured with various types of processors. There are some lower-end 600Mhz to 800Mhz (Telechip etcc) that are built into the bulk of most Chinese tablets. Higher end gSnap Dragonh processors are now being installed in higher in tablets with up to 1.4 GHz of processing speed. Obviouslyc the higher the processor is, the higher the price will be. The average processor speed (especially for Android 2.1 or Android 2.2) is around 800 MHz.
How much RAM is enough?
Most tablets come with 256MB, 512MB, or 1GB of RAM. The average tablet on the market comes with 256MB of RAM and this is just enough for nearly all features a tablet can use. Except if you want to play Flash 10.1. For this you will need 512MB of RAM, and this will cost you extra. There are also some tablets being released to the market with 1GB of RAMc although these can be quite expensive.
To flash or not to flash
Flash is a big requirement for a lot of people. If a tablet is running Android 2.1 or lowerc it will not be able to run flash. So if you want to play flash games, or play flash video without any problemsc you will need to purchase an Android 2.2 tablet.
Android 2.2 and now Android 2.3
There are a lot of improvements to Android 2.2 and now Android 2.3c In fact there are too many to list. Just know that the newest versions of Android usually are a lot more advanced than previous versions. One big benefit of Android 2.2 and higher is that you are able to stream in music and videos. Android 2.1 or lower is not able to.
You either want a camera on your tablet or not. Also, some people want the tables to have a rear-facing and a front-facing camera. Most tablets come with a 1.3MP camera, although some higher end versions can come with a 3MP rear-facing camera and a 1.3MB front-facing camera. Itfs all about choice, and you need to know that having two cameras on a tablet will cost more.
Bluetooth on your tablet
A neat feature on a tablet is having Bluetooth. These will be a perfect match if you want to use Skype on your tabletc you can easily hook up your Bluetooth. This is a big plus if you want to listen to music by yourself.
Tablet is a portable feature for working executives/students especially on the go !!
09-24-2011, 03:15 PM #2
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