[Comparison] Android HoneyComb Tablets

[Comparison] Android HoneyComb TabletsThe Apple's iPads may be dominating the tablet market, but Android users also have a huge range of devices to choose from. Android tablets come from a range of manufacturers, but lets take a look at some of the more popular ones.

All these tablets run Google's Android 3.0 HoneyComb and are powered by NVidia's Tegra 2 dual-core processors. So what sets them apart from one another ? Each manufacturer works on making their product appealing, either in build quality or by adding a feature unique only to their product. Do these Android powered tablets have what it takes to dominate the tablet market?

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1
( WiFi | 3G )
Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9
( WiFi | 3G )
LG Optimus Pad (G-Slate) Asus Eee Pad Transformer Acer ICONIA Tab A500
( WiFi | 3G )
Motorola Xoom
 ( WiFi | GSM | CDMA )

This is the thinnest of all the tablets and even beats the iPad 2. The only shortcomings are that is has no microSD or micro HDMI ports. The 8.9 inch version of this tablet may be more suited for holding and typing, while it shares the hardware features of it's larger sibling. The LG Optimus Pad is sold in the U.S. as the T-Mobile G-Slate. The device features a 8.9" display and 3D video capture. The Transformer from Asus much like it's name can transform between a netbook and a tablet, thanks to it's dockable keyboard. This usful add-on allows adding USB drives and increases battery life to 16 hours. It is also one of the cheaper tablets which ensures high demand. The ICONIA may not have any unique features, but it's superior build quality would certainly get the attention of most users. Probably the most sought after tablet before it was launched as the first HoneyComb tablet. This quickly died when the device was priced much higher than the iPad or it's competitors. Motorola has since then reduced it's prices.
WiFi ( 16GB
| 32GB
T-Mobile (4G) 16GB
| 32GB
Keyboard / Docking Station
Acer Iconia Tab A500-10S16u WiFi

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