Tablets coming soon

Tablets... Tablets...Tablets everywhere, now a days, there is a new tablet launched almost everyday. Tablets becomes so popular , it is now replacing conventional netbook and laptops, Starting from iPad , which was the most successful tab ever, even today 97% of Tablets internet surfing are from iPad. In coming months ,there will be many new tablets in the market, here is the list of forthcoming tablets.






Model Notable features What we think..

Amazon Kindle Fire

  • 7-inch (1,024 x 600) capacitive, Gorilla Glass display
  • Dual-core processor
  • 8GB internal storage
  • Wi-Fi only
  • Android-based OS
  • 413g
Our take: The latest entrant to the tablet segment sacrifices some features such as cameras, 3G and Bluetooth, and has just 8GB of internal storage. This allows Amazon to set a very affordable price that is complemented by the retailer's huge content library.

Availability:
15 November (US only)
Price:
US$199

Asus Padfone

  • 10.1-inch tablet with dockable 4.3-inch smartphone
  • Android OS 
Our take: A marriage of a smartphone with a tablet, we haven't heard much from Asus about this unique hybrid device since its Computex unveiling. Besides the technical challenges, one has to wonder if there's a market for such a device.

Availability:
Q4 2011
Price:
Unknown

Fusion Garage Grid 10

  • 10.1-inch (1,366 x 768) capacitive display
  • Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, 1GHz
  • Grid OS (Android-based)
  • 689g
Our take: Fusion Garage's second attempt at a tablet, the Grid 10, features a proprietary OS based on Android. Although it does have a user interface that appears to be a radical departure from the default Honeycomb experience, the mainstream US$299 pricing may help to convince the skeptics.  

Availability:
October
Price:
US$299 

Huawei MediaPad

  • 7-inch (1,280 x 800) capacitive display
  • Dual-core Qualcomm processor, 1.2GHz
  • Android 3.2
  • 390g
Our take: Available for pre-order at S$598 since the beginning of this month, the Huawei MediaPad was one of the first tablets to support Android 3.2 and it should be in stores soon. The 7-inch display has a high pixel density of 217ppi and a unibody chassis that should give it a premium feel. 

Availability:
Early October
Price:
S$598

Lenovo IdeaPad A1

  • 7-inch (1,024 x 600) capacitive display
  • ARM Cortex A8 processor, 1GHz
  • Android 2.3
  • 400g
Our take: Lenovo is gunning for the budget market with this 7-inch tablet. The hardware is fairly good for its price point, including a display with a pixel density of 170ppi. The choice of Android 2.3 as the OS is somewhat mitigated by the presence of all of Google's services, such as Maps, Market and Gmail.

Availability:
Unknown
Price:
 US$250

Motorola Xoom 2 tablets

  • 10.1-inch and 8.2-inch models
  • Android 3.2
  • 9mm thin
Our take: With Google at the helm of Motorola (pending regulatory approval), much is expected from the company's Xoom sequel. Recent leaks have revealed that Motorola is working on two models, with an 8.2-inch model that's intended for media consumption and a standard 10.1-inch tablet. Not much else is known except that they will both be just 9mm thin.

Availability:
Q4 2011
Price:
Unknown

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7

  • 7.7-inch (1,280 x 800) capacitive display
  • Samsung dual-core processor, 1.4GHz
  • Android 3.2
  • 335g
Our take: Samsung's 7-inch entry is one of the lightest tablets we know, but users are likely to be attracted by its Super AMOLED Plus display with a high pixel density of 196. The only cloud on its horizon is the possibility of more Apple lawsuits to block this tablet.  

Availability:
Q4 2011
Price:
Unknown

Sony Tablet P

  • Dual 5.5-inch (1,024 x 480) capacitive display
  • Android 3.2
  • 372g
Our take: Sony's other tablet, the Tablet P is even more distinctive than the Tablet S with its hinged design and dual-screens. While the foldable Tablet P seems very portable, there are questions about the dual-screens working as intended for all apps.

Availability:
Q4 2011
Price:
Unknown

Toshiba Thrive 7

  • 7-inch (1,280 x 800) capacitive display
  • Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, 1GHz
  • Android 3.2
  • 340g
Our take: The smaller version of Toshiba's Thrive tablet, this 7-inch model has similar internals, but is obviously much more handy. It also helps that the screen resolution remains the same, which means you get a higher pixel density than the Thrive. You may also be pleased to know that this tablet comes with a number of ports, such as micro-HDMI and micro-USB. 

Availability:
December
Price:
 US$399 (16GB), US$499 (32GB)

Toshiba AT200

  • 10.1-inch (1,280 x 800) capacitive display
  • TI OMAP 4430 processor, 1.2GHz 
  • Android 3.2
  • 558g
Our take: The thin-and-light sequel to the Toshiba Thrive, the upcoming AT200, was revealed earlier this month at the IFA trade show. The new tablet merges the slim form factor found in competitors such as the Galaxy Tab 10.1 with Toshiba's penchant for including those important HDMI and USB ports.

Availability:
Q4 2011
Price:
Unknown






























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