A tablet is a wonderful alternate device that provides Web, email, messaging, news, books, music, movies, and apps from office productivity to gaming almost anywhere you happen to be.For many people, a tablet can replace a PC. Here are some tablets that are designed for getting your work done.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1
This tablet is equipped with Android 4.0 having motion-activated controls and it has support for pen computing. One can draw visual notes and doodles, annotate images, and even enter text via handwriting recognition. The 16GB model costs $500 and the 32GB model costs $550.
Motorola Mobility Xyboard/Xoom 2
This is an apt option due to its IT-oriented security and management capabiltiies and ability to print. The $500 Xyboard/Xoom 2 ships with the older Android 3.2.
Google Nexus 7
It is the first tablet to run Android 4.1 and it sports a custom user interface designed for Google’s media and enertainment services. Made by Asus for Google, the tablet has a small, 7-inch screen, along with just 16GB of storage and only Wi-Fi connectivity. The 8GB model costs $200, and the 16GB model costs $250.
Asus Transformer Prime TF201
It has a detachable keyboard in what can only be described as a lightweight laptop. The $500 tablet runs Android 4.0 “Ice Cream Sandwich,” so it’s compatible with many business environments. The tablet connects only via Wi-Fi, but it ships with a comfortable 32GB of storage; with memory cards, it can go up to 64GB.
Sony Tablet S
The Tablet S with 9.4 inches is designed for home users and students. It comes with premium speakers and access to Sony’s online music library. The 16GB version costs $400, and the 32GB version costs $500.