The Best Android 4.0 Tablets So Far

This year has seen the production of several Android 4.0. With every just as good as predecessors or better than the others’ it is only fair to conclude that Android tablets are the phenomenon and it’s quite difficult to choose the best one among them. Unfortunately when something is good there will always be another thing that turns out to be better, so here is a list of the best Android tablets so far.

The Sony Tablet S is one of the best Android tablets. It is a mixture of a good gaming platform, music stream, and smart design among other features. This all goes to show that Sony has put a lot of effort in the production of this device. Although it is a bit pricey and the screen is not very bright, for a minimum of $374.68 it is to some extent worth that.

Then there is the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7, which is expensive but gets a place on the list because of its other good qualities like the Amoled screen, brilliant gaming experience, and expandable memory. The Galaxy Tab 7.7 comes at a price of $490, which is quiet steep compared to other tablets, but the Tab 7.7 is not too bad. 

With that said, the next device is the Asus Transformer Pad TF300. This could be the best priced full size Android tablet in the market. It also has a Tegra 3 chipset that improves the performance. The 16 GB version goes for $380 which is a very reasonable price, and also it has a keyboard option, an official GPS feature. 

The last but not the least tablet on the list is the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700. This tablet is very impressive as it not only has the performance enhancing Tegra 3, just like the TF300 it also has a keyboard option, and it has a 1,920×1,200-pixel-resolution that provides users with the best experience on the Android device ever. It is the second iteration of the TF300, it is premium and therefore a little bit pricey compared to the TF300. But after considering the performance users get from it is safe to say that it’s worth spending $599.9 on.

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