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    Honeycomb Android Tablets Versus iPad 2 Comparison Chart


    Comparison chart by Droid Life

    DroidLife has posted a comparison chart between the iPad 2 and the Honeycomb competition tablet devices in the Motorola Xoom, the LG G-Slate, and the Samsung Galaxy 10.1.

    The iPad 2 seems to be hardware equivalent to the latest Honeycomb tablets. This is not entirely surprising, considering that similar hardware with dual-core Cortex processors have been available for half a year since November of last year in the Viewsonic gTablet and Advent Vega. This removes the hardware advantage Honeycomb tablets had over Apple's products, but the key battle is still software.

    Append: Xoom 4G LTE upgrade is not yet available.
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    So in a technical sense the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1... is actually the best device?

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    I'm not sure why these comparisons are done with real world devices and vaporware.

    I guess there was a great need to fill space with "n/a"s

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    Can't beat Apple with price tho. Isn't it sad that Ipad wifi only will come out before XOOM? Motorola is fubar

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    the GTab belongs in the mix here....

    Ok, so I am NOT saying it is better than the iPad, or the Xoom, or the non-existant 10.1 Galaxy, but look at these specs. Other than Honeycomb, which I would expect to see a ROM for soon from the community, and a weaker display, the ViewSonic G-Tab stands right next to all of these devices.

    Oh yeah, it also costs between $379-$399. You can also find refurbs that were returned only because the original UI was so bad that were barely used for $279.

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    How come you have the Xoom as non-3D device but it's tauted as 3D device. Still just in the next gen of these tablets. I am sure it will get better. Tera2 needs some work though. 5x Tera and quad-12 core looks good on the screen but will it outperform the current or will it be more of the same? Suppose to do true 3D HD. Just have to see. Apple iPad2 just add some missing features still around the same.
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    Which is better? Tegra 2 or the A5?

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    the xoom has an ambient light sensor as well.it does auto adjust screen brightness if you have it turned on.

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    Good comparison chart, we just posted a pretty sick comparison chart of all the different Android tablets,

    The Best Android Tablets of 2011 Compared [Spreadsheets!]

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    the Cius is the only obvious choice as a tablet for business. From enterprise management to security, no matter what 3rd party apps and add-ons are spewed forth as afterthoughts to attempt to line up the iPad (Playbook, Touch, etc) with enterprise, the Cius is the clear answer.

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