Every year, new tablets are launched by different brands. After the successful release of the iPad, a great number of Android tablets are continuously growing, hitting one of the highest sales yet in the tablet market. There are now lots of new tablet models, features, designs and operating systems out in the market that give people plenty of choices.
Samsung just unveiled its 8-inch Galaxy Tab 3 into the expanding universe of tablets. The Galaxy 3.8.0 works with Android 4.2, has a 1,280×800-pixel resolution TFT display, and 1.5GHz dual-core processor with 1.5GB of RAM. It also has a 5-megapixel rear camera, 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera, and a microSD card expansion slot.
Toshiba has ended the long wait for their new tablet models in the market as it released its three new models in the Excite lineup – Excite Pure, Excite Pro, and Excite Write. Excite Pure, with a price tag of $299, is packed with a Tegra 3, 1GB of RAM and a 1280 x 800 10.1 inch screen. The Excite Pro and Excite Write are likely to be identical. Both runs with Nexus 10-esque 2560 x 1600 10.1 inch screen and a Tegra 4 processor. Pro costs $499 and Write costs $599.
Asus has also unveiled its dual operating system ASUS Transformer Book Trio. The device is packed with Intel Core-i7 4500U processor to run Windows OS and 2GHz Intel Atom Z2580 chip to power the Android OS. ASUS Transformer Book Trio features IPS display with Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution and 64GB storage.
The new edition of Google Nexus 7 was recently released at the Computex Technology Show. Compared to its predecessor, it has an improved screen resolution of 1920 x 1200 from the 1280 x 800 screen display. It also has a thinner bezel and quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor. But the price of Nexus 7 will stay at $199 like its predecessor.
iPad and Android tablets have gone through different upgrades and changes to cater all the needs of their users. Tablets are useful in many things, like web browsing, typing, playing game apps, watching movies, listening to music, reading eBooks, note-taking and many more. These capabilities are the reasons why most people prefer tablets over laptops and desktops.
Newly-launched tablets can be equipped with the newest tablet SMS function that enables users to text using just one device. With an SMS app, tablets can function like a real phone. Tablet Talk is an SMS app that allows users to send and receive text messages through tablets. It works by simply linking a tablet to an Android phone via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi connection.
With all these new models, improved features and designs, the tablet popularity is seen to explode in less than a year or two and nothing seems to slow down its momentum. Being so convenient, useful and affordable, tablets will surely be invading not only 2013, but the many years to come.