9 best Tablet Computers of 2011 | HT Tech

9 best Tablet Computers of 2011

Amazon Kindle Fire - Amazon has rekindled the tablet war by launching the Android based Kindle Fire today. This 7-incher is a ideal device to read books and magazines on. Amazon has also launched a new mobile browser Silk with this tablet.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 750 - Samsung has launched a 10-inch tablet this time that runs on Honeycomb. Superb build quality and upgraded TouchWiz made sure that the Galaxy Tab stayed a favorite among Android lovers.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 750 - Samsung has launched a 10-inch tablet this time that runs on Honeycomb. Superb build quality and upgraded TouchWiz made sure that the Galaxy Tab stayed a favorite among Android lovers.
1/9 Samsung Galaxy Tab 750 - Samsung has launched a 10-inch tablet this time that runs on Honeycomb. Superb build quality and upgraded TouchWiz made sure that the Galaxy Tab stayed a favorite among Android lovers.
Blackberry PlayBook - RIM is currently in a journey to rediscover themselves, and with the brand new QNX OS, they've almost succeeded. Another hit among the BB Playbook users in the BB Bridge that allows them to access Internet on the go using their existing Blackberry smartphones.
Blackberry PlayBook - RIM is currently in a journey to rediscover themselves, and with the brand new QNX OS, they've almost succeeded. Another hit among the BB Playbook users in the BB Bridge that allows them to access Internet on the go using their existing Blackberry smartphones.
2/9 Blackberry PlayBook - RIM is currently in a journey to rediscover themselves, and with the brand new QNX OS, they've almost succeeded. Another hit among the BB Playbook users in the BB Bridge that allows them to access Internet on the go using their existing Blackberry smartphones.
Motorola Xoom - The pioneer Honeycomb tablet. While it did not manage to enjoy as much success as the Samsung Galaxy Tab, it did show the road map to the rest in the market.
Motorola Xoom - The pioneer Honeycomb tablet. While it did not manage to enjoy as much success as the Samsung Galaxy Tab, it did show the road map to the rest in the market.
3/9 Motorola Xoom - The pioneer Honeycomb tablet. While it did not manage to enjoy as much success as the Samsung Galaxy Tab, it did show the road map to the rest in the market.
Acer Iconia A501 - A wonderful attempt at building a Honeycomb tablet, by Acer. The Iconia Tab doesn't just look sexy and sleek, but has enough power to breeze you through any computational needs.
Acer Iconia A501 - A wonderful attempt at building a Honeycomb tablet, by Acer. The Iconia Tab doesn't just look sexy and sleek, but has enough power to breeze you through any computational needs.
4/9 Acer Iconia A501 - A wonderful attempt at building a Honeycomb tablet, by Acer. The Iconia Tab doesn't just look sexy and sleek, but has enough power to breeze you through any computational needs.

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HTC Flyer - HTC tried a bold move by introducing a 'Magic Pen' along with the 7-inch Gingerbread tablet with updated Sense UI. Sadly, it's a bit costly for the features it provides.
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5/9 HTC Flyer - HTC tried a bold move by introducing a 'Magic Pen' along with the 7-inch Gingerbread tablet with updated Sense UI. Sadly, it's a bit costly for the features it provides.
Reliance 3G Tab - Thanks to Android, low-cost tablets and smart phones are abundant in the market, and Reliance Communications also managed to harness it with their new Reliance 3G Tab, running Android Froyo. This is the most popular tablet among the low-cost ones.
Reliance 3G Tab - Thanks to Android, low-cost tablets and smart phones are abundant in the market, and Reliance Communications also managed to harness it with their new Reliance 3G Tab, running Android Froyo. This is the most popular tablet among the low-cost ones.
6/9 Reliance 3G Tab - Thanks to Android, low-cost tablets and smart phones are abundant in the market, and Reliance Communications also managed to harness it with their new Reliance 3G Tab, running Android Froyo. This is the most popular tablet among the low-cost ones.
ASUS TF101 - The 16 GB Wi-Fi only Asus Eee Pad Transformer is powered by NVIDIA Tegra 2 for smooth multi-tasking and HD video playback. It also has an integrated UI, the ASUS Waveshare Interface which hosts a wide range of applications like MyNet, MyLibrary, MyCloud and more.
ASUS TF101 - The 16 GB Wi-Fi only Asus Eee Pad Transformer is powered by NVIDIA Tegra 2 for smooth multi-tasking and HD video playback. It also has an integrated UI, the ASUS Waveshare Interface which hosts a wide range of applications like MyNet, MyLibrary, MyCloud and more.
7/9 ASUS TF101 - The 16 GB Wi-Fi only Asus Eee Pad Transformer is powered by NVIDIA Tegra 2 for smooth multi-tasking and HD video playback. It also has an integrated UI, the ASUS Waveshare Interface which hosts a wide range of applications like MyNet, MyLibrary, MyCloud and more.
Olive Pad VT100 - This is the first tablet computer indigenously developed in India. It runs on Froyo and has both the 3G and WiFi-only variants. Apart from giving you speedy and unlimited access to the internet, wherever you are, the OlivePad has the PushMail application as well.
Olive Pad VT100 - This is the first tablet computer indigenously developed in India. It runs on Froyo and has both the 3G and WiFi-only variants. Apart from giving you speedy and unlimited access to the internet, wherever you are, the OlivePad has the PushMail application as well.
8/9 Olive Pad VT100 - This is the first tablet computer indigenously developed in India. It runs on Froyo and has both the 3G and WiFi-only variants. Apart from giving you speedy and unlimited access to the internet, wherever you are, the OlivePad has the PushMail application as well.
The past 2 years can easily be touted as the times of tablet computer. While Apple had been the pioneer to create this particular segment, today a consumer has over 30 tablets to choose from. Let us take you in a tour with the best of them.
The past 2 years can easily be touted as the times of tablet computer. While Apple had been the pioneer to create this particular segment, today a consumer has over 30 tablets to choose from. Let us take you in a tour with the best of them.
9/9 The past 2 years can easily be touted as the times of tablet computer. While Apple had been the pioneer to create this particular segment, today a consumer has over 30 tablets to choose from. Let us take you in a tour with the best of them.
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