Archive for the ‘Tablets’ Category
Asus Transformer Pad TF300 vs. New Apple iPad: Specs Compared
PCMag.com, ARTICLE DATE : April 23, 2012
By Don Sears
The Asus Transformer Pad TF300 has no option for 4G wireless networking but comes with Wi-Fi only.
New iPad vs. Top Android Tablets: Specs Compared
PCMag.com, ARTICLE DATE : March 9, 2012
By Eugene Kim
The Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime, which packs Nvidia’s latest quad-core Tegra 3 processor, has one distinct advantage over any iPad, and that is its ability to dock into a slick keyboard accessory that turns the tablet into a veritable laptop. It also adds battery life and a full-sized USB port. So if productivity is your main priority, the Transformer Prime could make a viable option over the iPad, despite its shortcomings elsewhere.
The new iPad 2 is 33% thinner (Yes, it’s even thinner than your iPhone 4) and 15% lighter compared to iPad 1. With iOS 4.3, two cameras, new A5 processor, gyroscope and retaining the 10 hours battery life.
The new iPad 2 brings with it much improved Safari performance as well as FaceTime, Photo Booth, iMovie, GarageBand (tool to encourage people to create their own contents) and HDMI Video Mirroring (lets users mirror their iPad 2 screen on an HDTV using an optional adaptor).
Price Comparison between iPad 2 vs iPad 1