Thursday, September 29, 2011

What to lookout in an Android tab?

Android too has hit the tablet market with a vengeance, with tablet sales soaring al across the globe. Their cost on the lower side of the scale has been tempting users to find this as an alternative to the iPad as well as other netbooks. Android tabs generally come with a capacitive touchscreen which are non responsive to any stylus. Most of the android tabs are running on Gingerbread 2.3.
Most of these tabs comes with 256MB to 1 GB of RAM and an average processor speed of 800Mhz.
Android 2.2 and above has flash which is generally required by most users for their work. Google market place is exclusive and is available only to few manufacturers which comply with its terms and conditions. In case of a google marketplace you can have access to thousands of applications which are both paid as well as free. Android tabs are trying to take on the iPad, however it remains to be seen whether they overcome their drawbacks and are successful in doing so.