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Top 10+ Best Android Tablets in The World | 2012 – 2013


In this technological era, every person is hungry for information. With the popularity of internet and gadgets, this has become very easier. Tablets has gained much popularity in few years as the best tool to access internet, read e-books, and do all that you used to do on your personal computer once. The fact behind their popularity is their being handy and a one in all solution for your daily informational needs.

Android is second most famous open source operating system released on 21 October 2008 operated by Google. This is world’s best selling and second most famous operating system using Smartphone and tablets. Android app store has a big library of apps that growing its popularity every day. Some are great features always make it different and famous to others as flash, removable storage and battery, wireless app installation, easy to operate, and many more.

Now a day, number of big companies are using this operating system in their tablet devices and launching this technology in market with its attractive designs and unique functionality Samsang, Google, Asus, Acer, Amazon, Toshiba and many more listed below. These are expensive android tablets around the world. Hopefully you love to see this article and share your thought in my comment section below.

1. Google Nexus 10

The 10.1 display is one of the biggest talking points on the Google Nexus 10. At 300 pixels per inch it’s the highest resolution tablet display on the planet – take that, Apple and your Retina displays.

It’s a great performer too. Other than taking a while to process panoramic photos we never felt like it was struggling to keep up. It’s fast and smooth whatever you throw at it.

Sure it may not be as stunning to look at, or as well built as an iPad, and the lack of expandable memory will irk some, but overall the Nexus 10 gives you a quality, big-screen Android experience which is not to be sniffed at.

On top of that, the tablet has already been updated to Android 4.2.1, which brings back the month of December in some calendar apps (well done, Google) and adds support for some security issues too, showing this is the tablet to buy if you want a larger screen that Google won’t give up on.

Quick verdict

The Google Nexus 10 is easily one of the best Android tablets on the market and while it’s not quite as fantastic value for money as the Nexus 7, it certainly gives Apple’s high-priced iPad 4 a run for its money. For the price you’re paying, you won’t be disappointed.

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2. Google Nexus 7

Manufactured by Asus to Google’s specifications, the Nexus 7 ushers in a new era of affordable, quality Android tablets.

Packing a Tegra 3 quad-core processor, 12 core GPU, 8GB and 16GB internal storage and 7-inch 1280 x 800 screen, the Nexus 7 certainly has the skills to pay the bills, but at a highly attractive price point.

Laughing in the face of its closest rival, the Amazon Kindle Fire, it looks like Google has got the budget end of the tablet market all wrapped up. Until the Kindle Fire HD and iPad Mini come to the fore, at least.

It’s now been shoved up in capacity without a jump in price; this means you can get 16GB of storage for £159 and £199 for the full 32GB version – plus we’re getting a 3G version too.

Quick verdict

A quad-core processor, beefy GPU and the first device to run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, and now it’s already been upgraded to Android 4.2 with raft of new fancy features. The Nexus 7 certainly packs a punch and while it may not tread a lot of new ground, the Nexus 7 is a solid performer and easily the best tablet a couple of hundred pounds can buy.

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3. Amazon Kindle Fire HD

What’s better than a modern tablet with a quad core processor? One that costs just £159. That’s right: the power of the Kindle brand has mated with an HD screen and won’t charge you the earth to own it.

Coming in at 16GB and 32GB flavours, the Kindle Fire HD is sure to be a big hit, bringing the simplicity of the e-book range to the tablet arena, with dedicated space to access your movies, games, apps and music too. A recent update has added a camera app for the front-facing camera and Swype support, so there are even more (admittedly tiny) reasons to shell out.

It’s a little simplistic for some, but for others it’s the perfect mix of curated content and easy to use interface – and despite the price, it’s got a decent build quality too.

Quick verdict

For casual tablet users or those already knee-deep in Amazon’s digital media abyss, the Kindle Fire HD is a fantastic option, especially at the low entry price. It offers a simple and uncomplicated experience through and through, and is built to support the digital media it aims to sell you, with an excellent screen (for a seven-incher) and surprisingly ample speakers.

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4. Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

What’s better than a tablet with a big screen? A tablet with a big screen, a quad core processor and the might of the S Pen… known as a stylus to me and you.

Well, not just a stylus – with many levels of pressure sensitivity and the ability easily sketch and annotate on a wide range of items, the Galaxy Note 10.1 offers so much more than your average tablet.

We’re huge fans of the alternative choice here, and it even comes with a microSD slot to boot. Android 4.1 is landing at the moment, and comes with a Premium Suite update, designed to make multi-tasking and general use that much easier.

Quick verdict

Sure, it’s a mite expensive, the screen quality is lower than we’ve seen from Samsung in the past and the build quality somewhat lower than the competition, but this is still a fabulous tablet that many workers constantly forced to use a paper and pen will love to try out.

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5. Asus Transformer Pad Infinity

If it wasn’t for the higher price, the Infinity would be a real contender for the top spot. It’s got everything you could want in a tablet – and a keyboard dock as standard too.

With the latest version of Android on the way, a simple interface and more ports than you can poke with a stick, the Infinity is the tablet that can handle anything you can throw at it.

Add in the Super IPS panel with a tremendous resolution, and you can see why this is a tablet to rate very highly – especially if you’re fond of typing on the go but crave the simplicity of a slate too. New firmware updates in some territories have brought features like Wi-Fi Direct to the Infinity, and Android 4.2 will be landing soon too.

Quick verdict

Everything we’d look for in a high-end tablet is present and accounted for with the Transformer Pad Infinity.

While power is always welcomed, it was the improved screen that really caught our attention. Given that we use our tablet mostly for browsing the web and watching video, we couldn’t help but marvel at the resolution, either. if you’re looking for a top Android tablet (and have the cash to splash), then the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity should be at the top of your list.

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6. Asus Transformer Prime

Asus wowed us when it launched its Eee Pad Transformer TF101, and with the Transformer Prime it managed to go one better.

The Transformer Prime packs a mighty 1.3GHz quad-core processor into a super-slim 8.6mm chassis and although it shipped with Android 3.2, the Prime was the first Android tab to receive the upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich, and it’s now been confirmed to be getting an update to Android 4.2 in the near future.

That huge processor means using the Transformer Prime is a breeze, with it able to process Full HD movies and multiple apps with ease.

You also get a super-crisp 10.1-inch IPS display (1280 x 800), a surprisingly good 8MP camera capable of recording 1080p video, and 32GB of internal storage, with a microSD card slot available if you need more space.

Quick verdict

It’s a close run battle for the top Android tablet accolade, but the Transformer Prime just pips the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 with its super fast Tegra 3 quad-core processor, slender style and additional keyboard dock.

It’s starting to age compared to the newer versions, especially the Transformer Prime Infinity, but it’s still one of our favourite tablets around… here’s hoping the price drops soon to match that.

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7. Sony Tablet S

As a veritable mega-giant in the consumer tech universe, Sony’s landing on Planet Tablet was always going to be interesting. Blasting off alongside the fold-in-half Sony Tablet P, the Sony Tablet S has a unique wedge-shaped design and top-end specs.

Quick verdict

It’s a very decent and refined tablet, and has the unique feature of having access to original PlayStation games. The only issue is that it’s not as tidy as the Galaxy Tab 10.1 and not as versatile as the Transformer. Apart from that, it’s one of the best Android tablets out there.

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8. Nook HD

Thanks to its well-implemented profiles feature and a price lower than any other full-sized tablet, the Nook HD is a great choice for families on a budget. The Nook HD is definitely new, and in almost every regard. Taking a quick tour of its feature list, you’ll find a new design, a 1,440 x 900 display, a faster processor (1.3GHz, dual-core TI OMAP) and a fresher operating system, based on Android 4.0. Even better, it has a new, lower price.

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9. Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1

This offering from Samsung was a little disappointing, it was released with little fanfare and didn’t even pack in a Tegra 3 CPU but just a dual-core processor and a 1280 x 800 display. So, why is it in this list? Well, the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 is now available on all four major carriers now and you can even get 4G LTE on Verizon and Sprint, which is certainly better than worrying about free WiFI. Availability is what makes this the perfect “everyday” tablet and something that you can take all over the place and still get access to the internet. It’s just a shame that the specs really aren’t that good.

  • Dual-core 1Ghz TI OMAP 4430
  • 1GB RAM with 16 or 32GB of Storage with room for a microSD card
  • 10.1″ 1280×800 LCD Display (again at 149 ppi)
  • VGA front-facing camera and 3.2MP rear-facing camera
  • WiFi b/g/n, GPS and WiFi Direct
  • 7000 maH battery

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10. Acer Iconia Tab A700

I know what you’re thinking: Acer, on a list for the whole year?! Well, Acer have made OK Android tablets for some time now and with the A700 they did step up their game a little bit. It’s got the same Tegra 3 that will become familiar throughout this whole list and has a stunning resolution of 1900 x 1200 – that’s not Nexus 10 territory, certainly but, it is great for Full HD movies and everything looks a lot crisper than it would at 1280 x 800. Unfortunately though, this features the same questionable build quality from Acer and it’s a pretty thick and heavy tablet. If you’re only going to be watching a lot of films or TV on this then it’s a really good option – especially considering the Nexus 10 is still out of stock.

  • Quad-core 1.3Ghz Tegra 3
  • 1GB RAM with 16, 32 or 64GB of Storage with room for microSD card
  • 10.1″ 1900×1200 IPS Display (giving you 224 ppi)
  • 1.3MP front-facing camera with 5MP rear-facing camera
  • WiFi b/g/n with GPS
  • 9800 maH battery

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10+. Toshiba Excite 10

For some time now, Toshiba has been trying to get into the tablet game and with this latest series they seem to be doing pretty well. Their Excite range – that comes in 7.7, 10.1 and a mammoth 13 inches – comes with some good, clean design as well as the Tegra 3. It’s no surprise then that the Excite 10 is the most popular in this new line up, what with being both affordable and a normal size. The Excite 10 is also pretty thin and light making this pretty easy to hold with one hand – a problem of other tablets.

There’s a lot to love about the Excite 10 and depending on how much you can pick one up for, could definitely be a good buy.

  • Quad-core Tegra 3 at 1.5 Ghz
  • 1GB RAM with 16/32 or 64GB Storage with microSD card slot
  • 10.1” 1280×800 LCD (do I have to, okay then, 149 ppi)
  • 2MP front-facing camera and 5MP rear-facing camera
  • WiFi b/g/n and GPS
  • 25 watt hour battery

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Hope this article can help you choose the most suitable tablet.


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