Apple iPad Min Vs Google Nexus 7 Vs Kindle Fire HD: Why Create A Hole In Your Pocket With This Beauties?

The iPad 4 certainly wears the crown as far as 10-inch (technically 9.7-inch) tablets are concerned.  However many aspirants still find it difficult to lay their hands on these heavily priced gadgets from the world of Apple—which range from £399 to £659.

Although the “high price tag “giant has announced the launch of its cheaper iPad Mini, users are now looking towards greener pastures and more affordable tablets for their requirements. Google Android scores with its exhaustive range of tablets –which are typically priced from £100 to the lofty heights similar to Apple’s offerings. However, there are more options in the fray.

-The iPad mini ranges from £269 and with its iOS 6 it is one of the best tablets in the market. This product from Apple lacks a retina display but still manages to rank high with its premium build quality and slick operations.

– Google Nexus 7 is priced at from £159 and goes beyond in its upgraded versions. Powered by Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and a quad-core processor, this model also boasts of a 12-core GPU and 7-inch HD IPS display. The 16GB version of the Google Nexus 7 can be purchased for £159, while the 32GB model costs £199.

The Amazon Kindle Fire HD is another good tablet on the block. Which one will you choose?… Read the rest

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Apple iPad Mini Vs Google Nexus 7 Vs Acer Iconia B1: The Budget Tablets For 2013

 

 

Acer has planned to launch its $99 tablet as new year gift for its avid fans according to a anonymous sources for the Wall Street Journal.

The budget tablet from Acer would sport a 7-inch screen and would run on Andriod 4.1 Jelly Bean. It has been rumored that Acer has decided to call it Iconia B1.

Acer is planning to bring out a cheaper version of Tablet as it is trying to capture the market in the developing countries. It is doubt full that weather the $99 tablet would see light of day in the U.S. especially at such a cheaper price.

Budget tablets with a seven inch screen have been mushrooming left right and center. Iconia B1 would be contesting against Apple iPad Mini which has been priced, Amazon’s Kindle Fire, hugely popular at around $160. And Google’s just-launched Nexus 7 is selling online from around $200 to $330 or so.… Read the rest

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iPad Vs Samsung Galaxy Note Vs Google Nexus 7: Top 5 Tablets of 2012

Yes, tablets have been around for a couple of years now. But 2012 will go down in history for giving tablets the mass appeal. Prices got dropped, and even the elite Apple got into the fight with its own iPad Mini. It sure was an eventful year, tablet-wise too. Today, we’re giving you our take on the best 5 tablets we came across during 2012:

Apple iPad (4th Generation): We know, we can’t help it – the iPad features at the top of the list, despite all the competition it has faced this year. iOS works so smooth, it’s built to near perfection, and with such an extensive array of apps, the fourth generation iPad definitely is one of the most versatile tablets out in the market.

Google Nexus 7: When the makers of Android set out to make an Android-based tablet, you know can’t go wrong with it. And the Google Nexus tablet does everything we’d hoped it would do, and more. With an amazing price-tag of $199, the Nexus 7 became one of the best-selling gadgets of 2012. And with the Nexus 10 that came out later in the year, Google just made more fans for its Nexus tablets.

Apple iPad Mini: The competition in the 7-inch tablet space was already huge. So when Apple decided to step into the rink, everyone waited with bated breath to see what they had to offer. Sure, it’s pricier than many decent 7-inch tabs, but if all you wanted to do was own an Apple product, you’d look at the iPad Mini as an investment of sorts and feel just as happy.

Kindle Fire HD: Amazon brought out the upgraded Kindle Fire tablet with an HD screen and took our hearts away. Priced similar to the Nexus, it brought its own appstore for users to pick a number of apps and made reading books and magazines on a tablet so much more fun. We also love its big brother, the Kindle Fire HD 8.9, for its unique mix of portability and performance.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1: Our list wouldn’t be complete if we didn’t mention a Samsung product, and for this year, we’ve picked the Galaxy Note 10.1 among its range of tablets to feature in the top 5. With its breathtaking AMOLED display and its S-Pen, it really lived up to its name and made taking notes and sketches a breeze!… Read the rest

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Google Nexus 10 Coming Soon? Rumored Manual Found Online

As excitement builds up for Google’s big announcement coming up on October 29, the web is flooded with images of what looks like two pages of a user manual for the Google Nexus 10. The pages feature a sketch of the top of the device with a power/lock button, a volume control button, and the bottom of the device features a charging port. The left side of the device features a Micro-USB port and a 3.5mm headset jack, while on the right there is a Micro HDMI port. According to the images in the manual, there’s a rear camera with a flash as well as a front-facing camera.

Google is expected to unveil the Nexus 10 tablet at the October 29 event in New York. Also rumored is the launch of an LG Nexus 4 smartphone and an updated Android 4.2 or Jelly Bean. The LG Nexus 4 smartphone is expected to feature a 4.7-inch HD display and run on Android 4.2. For those who can’t make it to New York for the event, you can catch the live-stream on YouTube.… Read the rest

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Budget Tablet: The New Version Of Aakash Tablet Will Have A SIM Card Slot

 

 

Chances are that you buy the upgraded version of Aakash tablet with certain expectations. After all, a budget tablet has a way of conjuring up images of convenience and handiness. And indeed Aakash Tablet fulfills more than these expectations. As confirmed by Telecommunications Minister, Kapil Sibal, the new version of the Tablet along with Wi Fi only connectivity would have a SIM card slot.

Ecstatic about the new Aakash tablet Sibal further said that  in the coming five to seven years, every child in the country will have an Aakash tablet for as little as Rs 1,500.

As reported by IBN Live Sibal was speaking at the inaugural function of the Science Congress. At the event, Sibal further assured that the UPA government is working towards ensuring that the infrastructure for the virtual world will be completed at the earliest, in order to be able to connect 250,000 gram panchayats through the National Optical Fibre Network (NOFN).

 

Sibal was quoted as saying, “Government’s plan is to connect 2.5 lakh panchayats through the National fibre optics connectivity, the last mile of which would be through wireless broadband.”Read the rest

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