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Top 3 Best Android Tablets – July 2012

For most people looking for a tablet, Apple’s iPad is often the first name to cross their minds.  However, those who want a broader usability, more power and cheaper price need to consider going for Android tablets because there are some amazing tablets in the market at the moment to choose from.  Here are the top 3 tablets running Android OS.


1. Google Nexus 7

The Google Nexus 7 was released just recently but it has already shot its way to the top of the list and is the most recommended tablet for quad-core power on a shoestring.  This tablet packs a Tegra 3 Quad-core processor, a 12 core GPU, 8 or 16GB internal storage and a 7 inch 1280 by 800 resolution screen – all for less than $200.  Despite the high performance hardware, the Nexus is very attractive to ordinary users and is the first tablet that comes pre-loaded with the Jelly Bean version of the Android OS.


2. [easyazon-link asin=”B0067PLM5E” locale=”us”]Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime[/easyazon-link]

Asus wowed everyone when it launched the Eee Pad Transformer TF101 tablet and it took this surprise a step further with the Transformer Prime.  This is one of the most powerful tablets in the market today, packing an amazing 1.3GHz quad-core Tegra 3 processor in a super slim 8.6mm chassis.  Although it ships with Android 3.2 operating system, users can upgrade to the Ice Cream Sandwich update and soon will be able to upgrade to Jelly Bean.  Some of its other core features are a super crisp 10.1 inch IPS display, an excellent 8MP camera and an internal 8GB storage memory.

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3. [easyazon-link asin=”B007M50PTM” locale=”us”]Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1-Inch)[/easyazon-link]

The 10.1 inch Samsung Galaxy note offers something a little different from what the Asus Eee pad transformer prime and the Nexus offer – unbeatable price and a ton of features alongside a dual core processor and great hardware design.  The Galaxy tab is a perfect tablet for someone who does not need quad power – it means better battery performance and the tablet is lighter and thinner.  Still, its dual core processor is powerful enough for seamless multitasking and running HD videos on the tablet.

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