Why you need to buy an Android 3.0 tablet in 2011
Tablets are very much en vogue at the moment and it's easy to see why. You get all the snappy quirks of using a smartphone without the eye-strain. Leading the charge for slate superiority are a number of devices from leading manufacturers that come packed with the latest, tablet-centric version of Google's stellar OS, Android 3.0 and we're here to explore the top 5 reasons for you to choose an Android 3.0 tablet above its competitors!
Choice of manufacturer - By putting your mark next to an Android 3.0 tablet you're embracing choice. Namely the choice of who you want to manufacture your tablet. Maybe you've had years of loyal service from your Motorola smartphone and you want to continue that across to your tablet? Then you can choose to buy the Xoom. The open nature of the Android 3.0 operating system means you get to choose the size of your tablet too!
Multitasking - Competitors may talk about multitasking but what's on offer in those devices is more a sleep and resume functionality than true multitasking. With Android 3.0 able to make use of the dual-core power of certain tablets you can be sure you'll get a fast and stable experience, it's also worth noting the new multitasking panel that takes pride of place in Android Honeycomb, which affords you a detailed overview of your running applications and allows you to jump in and out of them at your leisure.
Price - Owing to the number of tablets on offer that feature Android 3.0 you can shop around to find the device that not only suits your needs, but suits your budget too, and once you've found the right one you then shop around some more to find the very best deal on the market! There's no need to contend with potentially discriminating pricing policy with Android because you can take your business where you like, not where the manufacturer says you have to!
Camera - Sure, a certain shiny new fruit related tablet has a camera but the number of tablets on the market that run Android 3.0 have a vast selection of different optics, to cater for every imaging requirement that you could possibly conceive of! Want more megapixels? Choose Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1. Want dual-camera 3D video capture? Choose LG's Optimus Pad. It really is a buyer's market with Android 3.0 powered hardware.
Replaceable Batteries - If you're travelling on an aeroplane and want to take your tablet with you to ease the monotony you can take a back-up cell if you choose an Android 3.0 device, meaning that, no matter how long and arduous the journey, your tablet will last. Also, would you want to send your device off, or even replace the whole thing when the battery finally curls up its toes? No, neither would we. Which is why we'd much rather opt for an Android 3.0 powered slate.
As you can see, the underlining theme when choosing a tablet powered by Android 3.0 is freedom. Google and its manufacturing partners believe that you should have your hardware your way and you should be able to use it how you like to boot! So why settle for a tablet encumbered with stabilisers? Get an Android 3.0 powered device and set yourself free!