Best Android Tablets of 2011

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Consumers try to find the best for their money's worth. Not everyone knows the operating system of these tablets is one of the factors to look into before spending their dough. The Android operating system developed by Google Inc. has been making waves due to its immense community of software developers writing applications that expands the functionality of certain devices. Android tablets have been sprouting year after year, comparing screen sizes and processing powers. Let us take a good look on the 5 best Android tablets of 2011:

1. Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

Samsung has already carved itself in the tablet market with its Galaxy Tab, their first tablet. The Galaxy Tab 10.1 sports a new Android 3.0 or Honeycomb operating system. It is powerful, lightweight and very user-friendly. In fact, it is a whole lot lighter than Apple's iPad. It also boasts of an 8 MP camera at the back and a 2 MP camera in the front for video calling and self-portraits, making the iPad a mere child's toy in terms of camera capabilities.

2. Motorola Xoom

The Motorola Xoom is the first tablet on display at the market shelves with the Android 3.0 or Honeycomb operating system. With its dual-core processor, downloads are very quick and video streaming is a lot more faster. This tablet is also equipped with a 32GB on-board storage, so bringing along your favorite videos and music files would not be a problem. The connectivity has both WiFi and 3G capabilities, and an upgrade will let you connect thru 4G networks.

3. Toshiba Tablet

Toshiba recently released its own version of an Android 3.0 tablet. Its resolution and software, commonly incorporated in Toshiba television sets, is also a key feature of the tablet. It greatly improves the image quality and further enhances the standard definition video to look like high resolution. This makes the tablet possess a very good screen. To further enhance its screen features, the tablet's screen brightness adjusts accordingly depending on the lighting of the environment. Moreover, the tablet has an added feature of a replaceable battery.

4. HTC Flyer

HTC has always been associated with producing one of the best smartphones in the market. This time, they are releasing their first tablet named the HTC Flyer. Most of the new tablets that are out have the Android Honeycomb system. The Flyer still runs with Android Gingerbread which may give a little disappointment to some consumers. However, the aluminum unibody shell of the tablet with its HTC Sense overlay compensate for the Android downgrade. This tablet can also record audio quite well. It also offers a lot of widgets and applications making personalization very easy.

5. ASUS Eee Pad Transformer

The unique design of the Eee Pad Transformer sets it aside from other tablets. It comes with a detachable keyboard that easily makes it look like a netbook. The screen features a very sharp 1280 x 800 resolution, and Asus has added a high-quality IPS display which improves one's vision when viewing the screen in angles. The Transformer is powered by Nvidia Tegra processors, and is also running with the Android 3.0 operating system. It has a 5 MP camera at the back with LED flash and a 1.2 MP camera on the front.

There are a lot of tablet computers available in the market. Their respective features are somewhat better than the others. While some might consider these features important, some may consider it otherwise. It all boils down to the consumer's personal preference and budget. Choosing a tablet with an Android system isn't a mistake either. With a wide array of applications available on the internet, consumers will find the Android tablets a bang for a buck.

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