2012 was the year of the tablet.In a recent report from International Data Corporation (IDC) estimates that the worldwide tablet market has reached 122.3 million units, nearly double the number from 2011. With that kind of momentum, we all can see 2013 may take tablet market to another record breaking heights. Here we bring list of tablet which you may consider before buying one. We will will keep updating this space. so keep visiting….
1. Microsoft Surface Pro
Microsoft Surface Pro features a full version of Windows 8 Pro and is powered by an Intel Core i5 processor, which will allow users to run full Windhows desktop programs. The Pro will also support pen input.Overall, the $899 device should offer better performance and usability than the standard Microsoft Surface. However, we’re still wary of the tablet’s battery life, which is estimated to be just 4 hours.
2. iPad mini
The iPad mini comes in at a wallet-friendly $329 for the basic version, with 16GB of storage on offer for the Wi-Fi version.You can supplement the mini-slate with up to 64GB of space to chuck movies and music, as well as 4G LTE connectivity, but that will set you back an eye-watering $659 for the top model.
3. Nexus 10
Nexus 10 is most favorite from the current Android tablets available in the market as not only it features impressive specifications but it also features the original Android experience that I have always preferred over skins of other companies. It features the powerful Dual-core 1.7 GHz Cortex-A15 processor with 2GB of RAM. The best thing about this tablet is its 10-inch screen that makes it the tablet with highest resolution available in the market today – even higher than the Retina Display iPad. It sports a screen with 2560 x 1600 pixels with a pixel per inch density of 299. Google’s Nexus 10 that is manufactured by Samsung features 5-megapixel front and 1.9-megapixel front camera.
4. ASUS VivoTab Tablet
The ASUS VivoTab Smart Tablet hopes to give the Surface a run for its money with the ability to run desktop apps for less than $500 and an optional Bluetooth keyboard. The 1.27-pound Windows 8 slate packs Intel’s Atom Z2760 mobile processor and includes a 1366 x 768 IPS panel that’s fairly bright with wide viewing angles. The expected 9.5 hours of battery life and flexible Transleeve cover make the VivoTab a slate to watch..
5. HP ElitePad 900
HP ElitePad 900 is another business tablet and it has optional accessories including the “Productivity Jacket” which essentially transforms it into a laptop, the docking station which makes it a desktop, a tough case, an extended battery case, and a stylus. It has a 10.1-inch touchscreen, an Intel Atom Z2760 processor, 2GB of RAM and either 32GB or 64GB of internal SSD storage. Pricing is unknown and this one won’t hit the market until January 2013.
6. HP Slate 8
HP Slate 8 is a Tablet with 10.1 inch Full HD MultiTouch display.The Slate 8 will reportedly be an x86-based machine with a 10.1-inch display, eight to 10 hours of battery life, and a frame that measures 0.36 inches thick–slightly thinner than Apple’s new iPad. Battery has god life with 8-10 hours.There is no information about price yet but Price will be mid range. Release Date will be early 2013.
7. Dell Latitude 10
Dell’s Latitude 10 is among the first Windows 8 tablets to hit the market. This powerful business tablet ships with Windows 8 and top of the line specs like a dual-core Intel Atom Z2760, 10.1″ HD IPS display, 2GB RAM, 64GB SSD and 8MP rear camera. It also features Bluetooth, an HD front facing webcam, and weighs just 1.47lbs. This tablet is more than capable of handling both business and entertainment needs.
Aquos tablet has a 7 inch multitouch TFT screen with 800×1280 resolution.Tablet runs on Android 4.0 and powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8960 processor with 1512 MHz clock speed and 1GB RAM.Dimension is 106×190×8.9 mm and weight is 280g.Bluetooth has latest 4.0 version and WiFi is 802.11a/b/g/n.Primary Camera has outstanding clarity with 8 Megapixel.Secondary camera is 0.3 Megapixel.Battery is 3640 mAh.
9. Archos 97 Titanium
Archos’ 97 Titanium tablet will price around $249 and features a 9.7-inch screen with the same 2048 x 1536-pixel resolution as Apple’s tablet for half the price. The Android Jelly Bean-powered device also offers a 1.6-GHz dual-core Cortex-A9 processor, 1GB of RAM and 8GB of onboard storage that can be expanded using the slate’s microSD card slot. A 5-megapixel rear-facing camera and 2-megapixel front-facing shooter round out the specs.
10. Vizio 10-inch Tablet
Nvidia’s 72-GPU core Tegra 4 processor is still fresh , and it’s already making its first appearance inside Vizio’s new 10-inch concept slate. The device boasts a Retina Display-beating 2560 x 1600-pixel resolution, 32GB of onboard storage and both a 5-MP rear camera and 1.3-MP front camera. The model as shown in CES 2013 included a stock version of Google’s Android Jelly Bean OS, but according to Vizio the slate should be ready for Google’s next-gen Key Lime Pie software.
11. Alcatel One Touch Tab 8
Alcatel is not big player in tablet market, but its $179 One Touch Tab 8 was certainly compelling enough to catch our eye at CES 2013. The Android Jelly Bean-powered tablet features an 8-inch 1024 x 768 IPS display and sports a 1.6-GHz dual-core Cortex A9 processor and 1GB of RAM. Onboard storage is limited to 8GB, but there’s also a microSD card slot. It has 8 megapixel which may attract buyer who are looking for a tablet that will shoot sharp images. Moreover it also has VGA front-facing camera. So if you’re in the market for a relatively inexpensive Android device with a decent amount of processing power, the Tab 8 should be worth a look.
12. Synaptics Sensa
The Synaptics Sensa is the first slate to include a back panel that is capable of determining whether you are merely holding it or tapping or swiping across the display. The feature is meant to eliminate accidental input, and can also be used to wrap text around your thumb so you don’t cover any words while reading. The Sensa itself won’t be coming to market, but Synaptics will be licensing its technology to other tablet makers.
13. Panasonic 4K Tablet
Whoever said 4K display technology was just for TVs hasn’t seen Panasonic’s 4K tablet concept. The 20-inch Windows 8 Pro-powered device packs an impressive 3840 x 2560 screen resolution that offers vibrant colors and razor sharp text. Powering that massive display is a 1.8-GHz Intel Core i5 3427U processor, Nvidia graphics, 4G of RAM and a 128GB SSD.Unfortunately, Panasonic says it is marketing the tablet concept toward the enterprise community, and we expect its price to be out of the range of most consumers. That said, you can always dream.