Best Android Tablet Of 2011 Is...

Best Android Tablet
We have come to the end of 2011, Christmas is here with the holidays and it's time to announce the best of best products that we saw throughout the year. So, I decided to help you out in buying the Best Android Tablet of 2011.

It's been a extravaganza year for the technology industry with every company trying to introduce their own set of Tablets. We saw HP's Web OS - a well designed operating software but now being given up as an open source project. Samsung released an array of different sized tablets, you name it, 10.1, 8.9, 7.0 and also a hybrid called the Note which is 5.3 inches. Other companies who launched tablets where Acer, Reliance, iBall, MSI, lenovo, etc. the list goes on and on. Apple's iPad 2 still remained dominant but this one tablet which competes with it head to head is the one we are going to call the Best Android Tablet of 2011.

Taking not much time, the Best Android Tablet of 2011 is undoubtedly the Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime. Wait, don't go by the resembling & long name Asus has given it, it's the powerful heart inside this tablet which makes it my best choice. 

Asus Eee Pad

Gone are the days to be amazed by a Dual-Core processor, the Prime is the world's first device to carry a Quad-Core processor from NVIDIA called the Tegra 3 ( 5 times faster than any dual-core device). Indeed it is an engineering marvel to fit it in 8.33-inches of metal case making it slimmer than the iPad 2 and Galaxy Tab 10.1. Combine this power and thin design with a Super IPS + LCD display having a 1200x800 resolution, 8megapixel camera capable of 1080p HD recording, 1GB RAM and a transforming keyboard dock, well you have a winner and a potential laptop replacement for the time being. 

This tablet is thinner, lighter and cheaper then it's competitors. With an internal storage of 32GB and an option to extend it more by a micro sd card, the price tag for all these features is only $500 (Rs.25000). Wait, there's more it is capable of doing. Connect it with slot of mini-HDMI port and you can enjoy your full HD videos on any other electronic device having the same port. Connectivity options are all loaded in with Wi-Fi, 3G & Bluetooth (that's obvious). 

Baked in with Android 3.2.1 that is Honeycomb, the tablet works faster than you can imagine. To make use of the powerful processor & the graphic card, Prime comes with pre-installed games like  Big Top THD, Bladeslinger, Davinci THD, GlowballRiptide GPkShadowGunZen Pinball THD and Zinio. You'll want to be using these games only to show off just how good this thing is at 3D gaming.

The keyboard dock which transforms this device into a look-a-like of a laptop is one of the most useful accessories with this tablet but wait, to use it you have to pay more $150 (Rs.7000) for it. It's worth the penny. Even though you attach the dock, the device still remains lighter and slimmer than any other netbook. One more utility is that the dock acts a charger for the tablet as soon as you connect it. So for the $150 dollars you have an extended battery which will charge up the tablet but the dock itself will be dead by that time. You'll get a full USB 2.0 port and a SD card reader, making it another way to expand the storage. You can use that USB port to plug in an external mouse but the idea sounds lame considering the tablet's a touchscreen. A tiny trackpad with two clickable buttons on the left and right make it a complete package.

You might be wondering that with such powerful stuff it's all tempting but hey, what about the battery life? What's the use of all this if your tablet dies in 3-5 hrs? Here comes an interesting fact, the Prime competes exactly with the iPad 2 offering a battery life of 11hrs! And to run it even longer, just connect in your keyboard dock and voila, you have an extended battery life of 7hrs. Do some math, you got the world's fastest tablet with the capability of running for 18hrs. Tempting, huh?

Asus has promised a Ice Cream Sandwich update. The Eee Pad Transformer Prime is easily the Best Android Tablet to come out this year. At an affordable price with the tag of being called the world's fastest tablet, it surely is a recommended buy. With a stylish design and an added keyboard cum battery extender, it can be called as a potential option for a netbook or a laptop. Go grab it!

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