Android tablets are on the rampage again at SITEX 2012 with Android 4.0 and smaller 7-inch form factors making its presence felt in more devices. Here are some Android tablets that may suit your budget.
As the first tablet to garner our Editor's Choice Award, the Google Nexus 7 is currently the best Android tablet at the moment. Offering solid build quality, great handling and a lightweight form factor, the Nexus 7 is perfect for multimedia consumption on-the-go.
Coupled with NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, the user experience is top-notch. Being a Nexus device, you are almost guaranteed to receive timely software updates straight from Google ahead of the other Android vendors.
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Fancy a tablet with a stylus? Well, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 has one of the best implementation of a stylus concept in a tablet. Branded as the S Pen, it allows you to actually create content on the Galaxy Note 10.1 using the suite of S Pen-optimized apps such as S Note to take down notes and sketch drawings.
You will also find innovative software features such as Smart Stay and true multitasking capabilities via Multi-Screen and Pop-up Play on the Galaxy Note 10.1. A recommended buy for students and consumers who are keen on its content creativity.
Looking for an iPad Mini alternative? The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 is one you can consider. Driven by a 1.4GHz dual-core application processor, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 runs on the Android Honeycomb (upgradeable to ICS 4.0) and features HSPA+, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth connectivity, all on its Super AMOLED Plus display.
In the market for a small tablet? The Toshiba Regza Tablet AT270 runs on a NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core 1.2GHz processor and 1GB RAM. And best yet, it comes with an ebook-friendly 7.7-inch AMOLED display and 32GB onboard memory.
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