Take a close look at six tablet options, from Apple to Android, with a focus on pros and cons for enterprise users.
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This Android tablet came closest to challenging the iPad's hegemony in 2011. The Galaxy Tab is not only as thin and light as its rival, despite having a slightly larger, higher-resolution screen, it essentially matches or exceeds Apple spec-for-spec, down to the price tag. One key advantage: availability of 4G LTE wireless. At press time we had no word on Ice Cream Sandwich availability for the Galaxy Tab, but hackers have already ported it to rooted devices.
Biggest pro for enterprises: Broadest carrier support (AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon) for 4G cellular data.
Biggest con for enterprises: No commitment to upgrade to Android 4.0. Could be due for an upgrade soon.
Notable differences from rivals: Thinner (slightly) and lighter than iPad 2. Least expensive 4G device.
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