5 Best Tablets as Christmas Gifts for Christmas 2011

Posted By James on December 22, 2011
in Our Holiday

Christmas 2011 is almost there; have you get the Christmas gifts ready? If you have tired of sending ordinary Christmas gifts, why not consider giving tablets to your loved ones this Christmas. Tablets are great for people who are always on the go and need to get information or entertainment that are as mobile as them. Tablets can almost do what computers do and are much more convenient.

In 2010, Apple’s iPad has taken the Tablet market by storm, but now more manufactures have entered and offers all kinds of alternatives.

1. Apple iPad 2

Apple iPad 2 is certainly a game changer. The iPad 2 features several improvements over its predecessor, which makes it a cool buy. Just 8.8 mm thin, seventy grams lighter, it features a powerful dual-core A5 processor, two cameras for video calls, and with millions of practical apps and intimate services this Tablet is perfect. If your budget allowed, certainly iPad 2 is a premium Christmas 2011 gift!

Christmas Gift-iPad 2

Operating System: iOS 4

Screen:9.7-inch; 768×1024

Processor: Dual-core Apple A5 1GHz

Battery: 10 h

Camera Resolution: 5 MP/1MP

Weight: 601g

Memory: Built in 16GB/32GB/64GB

5 Methods to view PowerPoint on iPad 2

2. Asus Transformer Prime

Asus Transformer Prime is the first quad-core tablet and claimed to be the fast tablet for now. It features a 10.1-inche screen, 1GB of RAM, 8MP with LED flash rear/1.2MP front cameras and transforms into a Netbook at the wink of an eye. Just connect it to the Mobile Docking Station, and you are ready to type in your emails and office documents!

Christmas Gift-Asus Transformer Prime

Operating System:Android 4.0

Screen: 10.1-inch; 800×1280

Processor: 1.3GHz Quad-core Tegra 3

Battery: 10 h

Camera Resolution: 5 MP/1MP

Weight: 586g

Memory: Built in 32GB/64GB

How to View PowerPoint on Asus Transformer Prime?

3. Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

The Samsung Galaxy Tab is the only one tablet that gives Apple a shock. It is a nicely sized tablet that offers the flexibility of Android OS, making it a valid alternative to the iPad. It has 3 screen sizes: 7.0-inch, 8.9-inch and 10.1-inch.

Christmas Gift-Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

Operating System: Android 3.0

Screen: 10.1-inch; 800×1280

Processor: 1GHz Dual-core Tegra 2

Battery: 10 h

Camera Resolution: 8 MP/2MP

Weight: 565g

Memory: Built in 16GB/32GB

How to View PowerPoint on Galaxy Tab 10.1?

4. Nook Tablet

The release of Amazon Kindle Fire is really a big hit to tablet market. It is the first affordable Android tablet with very low price. Later Barnes & Noble released another affordable Nook Tablet too. Both Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet highlight their own online services. The reason why we choose Nook Tablet is that it most free eBooks are in ePub format. Nook Tablet can read it while Kindle Fire not.

Christmas Gift-Nook Tablet

Operating System: Android 2.3

Screen:7.0-inch; 600×1024

Processor: 1GHz Dual-core TI OMAP4

Battery: 9 h

Camera Resolution: no

Weight: 400g

Memory: Built in 16GB

How to View PowerPoint on Nook Tablet?

5. Motorola Xoom 2

The new Xoom 2 is 10% lighter and 33% slimmer (8.8mm) than the previous Motorola Xoom. Motorola has managed to make these changes while also upgraded the hardware with 1.2GHz Dual-core Cortex-A9 processor and 10.1-inch high definition screen.

Christmas Gift-Motorola Xoom 2

Operating System: Android 3.2

Screen: 10.1-inch; 800×1280

Processor: 1.2GHz Dual-core Cortex-A9

Battery: 10 h

Camera Resolution: 5 MP/1.3MP

Weight: 599g

Memory: Built in 16GB

How to View PowerPoint on Motorola Xoom 2?

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