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Android Mobile Phone Vs Android Tablet PC – Seller’s Guide

The better of last year has been spent by technology device analysts crunching usage, statistics, feature-for -feature aspects of Android phones and Android Tablets (across brands) to find the ideal all-in-one device(if possible) for the tech-savvy consumer. The result is that the users choose phones or tablets based on what they actually want to do with it.

Feature comparison between Phones and Tablets ...

Android Tablet PC Performance: What To Look For In No-Brand Tablets

Apparently, the latest in consumer patterns for Tablets reveal that No-Brand Tablets, now-a-days being called as 'white-box' tablets are growing in sales by a whopping 19.6% (source DisplaySearch a renowned consumer analytics firm). Some of the reasons attributed for this are as varied as slow economic growth to lower prices of these manufacturer-direct tablets, especially from China and local providers. However, what No-Brand Tablets deliver is on the technology adoption, with close to 44 percent worldwide shipments, more so from China, the cradle of No-Brand tablet manufacturers. PCs sales have plummeted drastically while No-Branded Tablets entrench themselves more in expanding consumer base.

No-Brand Tablet Performance is similar to PC performance ...

Android Tablet Buyers Guide

The casual user is someone who is not necessarily tech savvy. They enjoy the basic features of a tablet, but don't always bother to learn ever function of the tablet. I would recommend the Colby Kyros 7" Tablet (MID7015) to the casual user. This tablet has all the basic features you would want in a tablet such as: eBooks, web browsing, app market, e-mail, and YouTube. The tablet is 1/2" thick and weighs under a pound allowing you to take this anywhere. It is also 4G capable allowing for on-the-go fast video streaming. All this at a price under $200 is great for the casual user.

The Work Related Tablet User ...

What Makes the Droid Tablet So Amazing?

Droid tablet is an extension of modern Smart phones and is available with renowned vendors of the world like Samsung, Toshiba, Motorola etc. the tablets that uses droid technology include big names like Asus Eee Pad transformer, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1V, Motorola Xoom, LG Optimus Pad, Acer Iconia Tab A500, HTC Flyer, Viewsonic Viewpad 7, Creative Ziio, Hannspree Hannspad and Notion Ink Adam etc. There are other tablets in the market as well that uses windows 7 and few are also available that are pure extensions of the blackberry.

Why and what to choose from these droid tablets? ...