HERES my compact list of the latest android tablets with the upcoming 4g technology support.now days markets are flooded with the tablets but thier are only few which makes you attracy towards them by showing thier comapct design with advanced features
|Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1||Tab 10.1 is a beaut, because of that gorgeous PLS screen.|
The Motorola Xoom may have been the first Honeycomb tablet, but the Galaxy Tab 10.1 was the first to make us swoon. Its iPad 2-matching thickness and lightweight construction make it a great travel companion. Unfortunately, its iPad idelization carried through to its one-port design and an absence of memory expansion.
|The 8.2-inch version of the XyBoard||The Xyboard 8.2 is a powerful tablet, running on Verizon's robust 4G LTE network. Its 8.2-inch screen strikes a nice compromise between the more common 7-inch and 10.1-inch competitors, making it better for thumb-typing when held in portrait. It doesn't come cheap, though, and the only affordable way to acquire one comes with a two-year contract.|
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|The dual screens of the Sony Tablet P||Here's something a 4G iPad can't do: fit in your pocket! |
This tablet runs Android 3.2 and includes a suite of unique Sony apps and content, including Music Unlimited and game titles from its PSOne archive.
|XyBoard 10.1||As the successor to the Motorola Xoom, the XyBoard 10.1 is a standard-bearer for Honeycomb tablets. But aside from its 4G data capability, its design and features do little to help this tablet stand out from more daring (and less expensive) Android tablets, such as the Asus Transformer Prime.|