Android 2011 Tablet Articles

Popular Android Articles for 2011

Motorola Xoom Review

Can the Motorola Xoom possibly live up to the hype? Is Honeycomb a viable tablet operating system? After wowing the crowd at CES, the Xoom hits the market with buzz,[...]

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Review

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is the latest tablet running Android Honeycomb. With a 10.1-inch display and Tegra 2 processor, it shares the same spec sheet with the Xoom and[...]

What’s the Best Business Tablet? Surprise, It’s Not the iPad!

The Apple iPad is by far the most popular tablet with enterprise users. But that doesn't mean the Apple iPad is the best tablet for business types who want a[...]

Apple iPad 2 vs. Motorola Xoom

The stage is now set. The tablet market is in full swing, with a pair of high-profile devices set to do battle for market share and mind share. It's the[...]

ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Review

ASUS put some effort into distinguishing its first Honeycomb slate, the Eee Pad Transformer, from the pack. Instead of merely shipping a 10.1-inch tablet, ASUS also offers an optional keyboard[...]

Leader Impression 10 Tablet Review

Thanks to its open nature, off-brand tablet makers have been slapping the Google Android OS on budget devices since long before Honeycomb, often with predictably low-quality results. On paper, the[...]

ViewSonic ViewPad 7 Review

The ViewSonic ViewPad 7 is a Froyo-sporting Android tablet with a seven-inch screen. So how does the ViewPad stack up against the current crop of Android tablets, including the market-leading[...]

Toshiba Thrive Review

The Toshiba Thrive is a 10.1-inch Honeycomb tablet, and hits the market with similar specs as the XOOM and other Honeycomb devices. However, Toshiba included a full-sized USB, HDMI and[...]

Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet Review

Lenovo has extended the vaunted ThinkPad brand to include the Honeycomb-powered ThinkPad Tablet. The Android device certainly has enterprise chops, thanks to its active pen and business-friendly apps, but is[...]

LG G-Slate Review

The T-Mobile G-Slate with Google from LG is an 8.9-inch Honeycomb tablet with 3D capabilities. Does it offer enough to differentiate it from the Honeycomb pack, which includes the Xoom[...]

Do Tablets Really Need Security Apps?

Not that long ago, lots of people would have laughed at the very thought of malware ever afflicting a tablet or smartphone. Now, while some users still question the need[...]

Making Sense of Tablet Specs: A Technology Cheat Sheet

Pop quiz: What's the difference between a tablet running Android Gingerbread 2.3 with Sense and a tablet with Honeycomb 3.1 and TouchWiz? What's display ppi? What's a dual-core processor? Find[...]

Tablet Storage Limited, But Options Abound

Limited internal storage capacity on tablets calls for either constant synchronizing to your computer, or external storage options. So what are the best solutions that are available now?

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus Review: Power in a Small Package

Samsung was responsible for releasing the very first Google-sanctioned Android tablet, the Galaxy Tab, so it's no surprise that it has this business down to a science, which is evident[...]

Point of View Mobii 7-inch Tablet Review

As its name implies, the Mobii 7" Tablet is a 7-inch Android tablet for undemanding users that can perform basic tasks, like Internet browsing or multimedia viewing. Does it offer[...]

Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 Review: Is the Screen Size Just Right?

There's nothing quite like finding the perfect fit, and that's just what Samsung is striving for with the Galaxy Tab 8.9. With a screen size fitted perfectly between 10.1 and[...]

Asus Eee Pads Revealed: Slider, Transformer, Slate, and MeMO

Asus has been working hard behind the scenes, turning those Eee Pads first unveiled at Computex 2010 into four unique and distinct tablets, sporting a variety of form factors, specs,[...]

Acer Iconia Tab A500 Review

The Acer Iconia A500 is yet another 10.1-inch Honeycomb tablet. It sports a NVIDIA dual-core processor and similar specs as rival devices. So, what does Acer's Android tablet have that[...]

Amazon Kindle Fire Second Look Review: Features and Content

The Amazon Kindle Fire is more than just a low-cost Android tablet. With it comes Amazon's vast content services, including music, eBooks, apps, and video. The question is how much[...]

HTC Flyer Review

The HTC Flyer is a different kind of tablet. Instead of sporting Honeycomb and the same specs as the rest of the current Android lineup, HTC instead released a 7-inch[...]