So you would like to buy one of the 10 inch tablets on the market, but are uncertain which is the best for you. Welcome to the club! It can be difficult choosing the best option when there are so many to choose from! Consider the following as your front runners:
Apple iPad 2
A wonderful follow up to the Apple iPad, this one has more applications, more vibrant colors, and dual cameras, so you can see in front of and behind you. As the application developers continue to build their libraries, the new products will work best on the iPad 2.
Samsung Galaxy TAB 10.1
If there ever was a real competitor to Apple’s tablet creations, the Samsung Galaxy tablet 10.1 is it. A Kindle dream come true, the Galaxy is HD all the way and also possesses an App store, though nowhere near as extensive as what Apple has available.
ASUS EEE Pad Transformer
Check your email. Read a book. Watch YouTube. Pretty much everything that you can do on the Galaxy and iPad 2, you can do on the ASUS EEE Pad Transformer (for a cheaper price, of course). If you have decided not to “go Apple,” and you’d rather cling to PC friendly software and technologies, then this may be the answer for you.
The Toshiba Thrive may not be one of the bigger names when it comes to 10 inch tablets, but the company is doing much to change that with a slate of upcoming software and a reasonable price. Like other tablets on this list, it makes a great reading device.
Acer Iconia Tab A500
Acer bears much in common with the Android and the Motorola Xoom except one thing: price. The Acer A500 is a good way of getting what is pretty much a Motorola Xoom for cheap. Great third party tablet that comes in about $150 cheaper than its most closely related competitor.
Acer Iconia W500
Acer has long been known for bringing the cheap when it comes to home computing technology. The Acer Iconia W500 is companion to the A500 is no exception.
LG isn’t just about phones and washers and dryers and TVs anymore. It is now getting into the tablet market with a splash, bringing the LG G-Slate to consumers everywhere and proving that your name doesn’t have to be Steve Jobs or Bill Gates to get noticed.
The Motorola phones have long been favorites among the consumers, and the Motorola Xoom is poised to be no different. A PC friendly software selection and tons of great information and entertainment features make this tablet one to watch.
Other 10 Inch Tablets to Try
While many have yet to try the ASUS EEE Pad Slider, Samsung Sliding PC 7 Series, Archos Arnova 10, and Viewsonic ViewPad 10 dual boot, the pedigree established above tells one to expect more of the same greatness.