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Four Best Android Tablet Computers of 2011

During 2011, we have seen many models and brands of Android tablet computers on the market. While not all of them may be worth buying, there are several noted tablets that surely can be considered as the heaviest competitor to the Apple iPad. Here is the review of some top listed Android tablets of 2011.
1. Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1
This tablet, manufactured by the giant electronics company, Samsung, is lighter and slimmer than an iPad. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is by far one of the most outstanding Android tablets of 2011. Using the Android Honeycomb Version 3.1 Operating System combined with the Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core processor, this tablet is the revised version of the bulky Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1V whose sale is now discontinued. Features of this amazing tablet include 1290 x 800 screen resolution, 7000mAh battery, which lasts nine hours for all-day use, four-way accelerometer and gyro, built-in GPS, Adobe Flash support, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and 1080p video playback.
2. Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101
This tablet is the best choice for replacing your netbook. The key features of Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101 are the detachable trackpad dock and keyboard. Whenever you need a stable netbook while sitting at your desk, you can attach the accessories easily. Besides being able to perform as a netbook, the Transformer TF1010 also serves as a good tablet. It is solid and powerful and it won't disappoint you while on the go. The tablet and its keyboard are designed with a honeycomb-structured cover that is not easy to slip out of your hand. Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101 is slightly heavier than other tablets. With the dock and keyboard attached, it is as heavy as many regular netbooks.
3. Motorola Xoom
If you want good looks, this is the tablet for you. Motorola Xoom is designed with sleek details and great performance. This tablet is proudly noted as the first Android 3.0 tablet that is supported by a dual-core processor and 1GB of RAM. As you know already, Android 3.0 is much flexible than iOS for its customizable widgets and apps, responsiveness, book reading, and game playing. The tablet's camera surely beats iPad's cameras; Motorola Xoom sports a 5 MP front camera and 2 MP rear-facing camera. While standard features offer 32GB of local storage and 3G connectivity, it is not impossible that in the near future software upgrades will bring you much more storage and 4G connectivity.
4. LG Optimus Pad
LG Optimus Pad is the one tablet with a 3D experience. Yes, it is bulkier (in other words, heavier and thicker) than regular tablets. However, it is clear that this Optimus Pad is a breakthrough among tablets with 3D. LG Optimus Pad's 5 MP rear-facing camera has 3D video capture capability. However, its display is not 3D compatible. LG Optimus Pad has an 8.9 LCD capacitive touchscreen with 1280 x 768 WXGA resolution and 15:9 aspect ratio. With the Android Honeycomb 3.0, an Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core processor and 1GB of RAM under the hood, LG Optimus Pad has similar power compared to most other tablets at the market.

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