This “touch screen” phenomenon, has come into complete form just about 6-8 years ago roughly, and before that; it was just weak unresponsive touch, and thick obese device designs. But over time, miracles have taken place before us. Our devices have lost weight like a balloon loses air, and the touch has made immense improvement in terms of sensitivity. But enough with breaking the ice, let’s talk about what you really came here for.
You came here for the touch world’s most advanced products that have done wonders in all fields of technology. The devices that have come out just recently have surpassed the expectations of many tech experts. Treasures like this has not been found since the Internet was founded. Processors; tweaked to perfection, displays; working on every pixel, design; compressed to thickness of a match stick. Without further ado, we shall now stop giving further hints; and will present to you the tabs that are the finest 2013 has to offer.
If we begin to talk about what apple has given us thus far; it can all be seen in the iPad 4, the latest apple device tablet. Packed with the A6X chip, a dual-core processor, and quad core graphics; the iPad 4 is the tab to go with unless you have a problem with the size, iPad Mini would be the way to go if you don\’t mind the weak specifications.
With a 5MP rear camera bolted to the back and a 1.2MP front camera, the super tablet offers swishy smooth video calling and fairly noiseless images in almost all lighting situations. As the revolutionary iOS 7 is just around the corner, there is no stopping the iPad 4 when paired with the new OS and the legendary retina display.
Form is temporary, class is permanent. Google has not stopped giving their fans what they’re looking for, and they\’ve not failed with the Nexus 10 either. Taking the iPad 4 head on, many believe that coupled with a durable rubber body, 10 inch round edged design, and the highest 26500×600 pixel resolution, we have to say that the Nexus 10 is a stomper when put in front of the iPad 4; as the differences come to an end with the camera; a 5MP back camera.
The feature that puts it ahead is its incredible body, 1.9MP front facing camera, and 4.2 JellyBean; up to date out of the box. But we\’re not here to make a comparison, so let us move along to the next device.
When comparing tabs, the Xperia Z tab cannot be neglected. Sony had been lagging behind in the race to glamour, but being the comeback kings that they are; Sony redeemed its position with the releases of the Xperia Z phone, and the tablet of the same name.
If this was a tab comparison, we would\’ve already announced the Xperia Z Tab the winner, but we have to consider some off road features as well. With the Qualcomm 1.5GHz processor, the Xperia Z tab loses some points from the above tabs, but the meter begins to fill up with the same 2GB RAM, and a gorgeous 8.1MP rear camera that makes it unique. But then again, who would want to take pictures with a tab? It would be akin to holding a thrash can cover in front of your face.
What we noticed different was the Android UI, with the notifications sitting in the bottom corner, and small apps at your service at all times. Vanilla style!
We all need something to make notes on, and let’s face it; writing on a pad is much more quick and fun than writing on a boring notepad, and with the Galaxy Note 10’s brilliant Wacom S Pen, you’ll never want to use another stylus pen for the rest of your note life.
The stylus is what sets this tab apart from the rest, wit 1024 pressure levels, the pen is likely to never miss your touch on the 1280×800 PLS screen. We\’d say that the screen is just “fine” quality wise, but the Quad-core 1.4 GHz processor and 2 GB RAM covers up for that loss. All in all, a great device if you’re looking to buy a tab, especially one with a stylus.
There are some devices that are too good to be true. What makes them that good is their ability to fuse two elements into one. Same is the case with the amazing Asus Transformer Pad Infinity. Being a transformer pad, the Asus pad infinity can be used as a tab as well as a laptop at the same time. How amazingly cool is that? But didn\’t Microsoft already create something like that?…
The full HD Gorilla glass 2 screen (which means its scratch resistant) makes it a delight to work on, and the latest Tegra 3 CPU will offer complete control and lightning fast speed just like a laptop does. All this whipped up with long battery life and multiple input methods makes this laptop-cum-tab a one of a kind device for all the hybrid lovers out there.
If you can\’t decide which to buy, we have created an iPad 4 vs Nexus 10 vs Xperia Z article to help you decide.