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Samsung's 10-Inch Android Tablets: Which Is Best?
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CakeCrumb
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CakeCrumb,
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11/5/2012 | 2:57:52 AM
re: Samsung's 10-Inch Android Tablets: Which Is Best?
Let see if you NEED a stylus (there are multiple of us that consider to be super important) then the choices are skimp the Note 10 or the old HTC JetStream or the Lenovo ThinkPad. And the newest is the Note 10 so for me the Note 10 is a the ONLY choice (from your list).
If someone needs 4G then the Tab2
So only for someone that 1- does NOT need a Stylus 2- Does not needs 4G then and only then the Nexus 10 is a possibility.
This article is almost as biased as any article about iPads.
Rjackson1000
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Rjackson1000,
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11/3/2012 | 1:13:01 AM
re: Samsung's 10-Inch Android Tablets: Which Is Best?
Two other tablets become available in November through a new site called TabletSprint - which offer some impressive features and stack up against the iPad and the Google Nexus 10 inch tablets for nearly half the price and are worth comparing -- One model is the Novo 10 by Ainol electronics, a tabletmaker which received a CNET/CES 2012 "Tablet of the Year" award for another tablet they produced earlier this year - The Novo 10 offers a Quad Core processor and a pretty amazing 1920x1200 Liquid Crystal 10.1" screen (like iPad Retina display) and will retail for about $269 and feature an advanced 10-Point Multi-Touch, HDMI with 1080p (HD) output to a TV, Dual Cameras, Bluetooth, WiFi, Built-In GPS, a Micro-SD Memory Card Slot, a Micro-USB port, a Strong Battery (10,000 mAh), Android 4.1 O/S (Jelly Bean) and Google Play access (400,000+ Android Software Apps). A similar model is also available in November that is produced by another Asia firm, Ramos Technology, that's called the W30-HD, which also has many of the same features, Plus 3G built in that works with any GSM carrier (AT&T & T-Mobile) and is expected priced at $319. One of the first places that carry these models in the U.S. so far is at TabletSprint -- which also offers a few nicely priced, quality 7-inch tablet models.


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