The Next Generation Android Tablets

Tablets are now the portable, lightweight, sleek PCs with almost every feature of a desktop, leaving behind the mouse and adding a touch-screen with camera and external SD card slot for expandable memory and a wi-fi 3G support system all as added bonus. These tables are the talk of the town with different support platforms launching newer and better versions everyday. The Android OS launched by Google is by far the best platform with a major advantage of having an open access where anyone can add or remove any plug-ins.

Android tablet was launched with the basic version Froyo and then upgraded to the newer version as android tablets 2.3 known as Gingerbread. The android tablet 2.3 is the new version of the development platform with many new features and technologies and APIs supporting the apps. The new android tablet has many changes from the earlier ones and has new features like android tablets 2.3 has user interface refinement helps to control and navigate the device features and it offers better power efficiency  and faster learning and easy usage. It has efficient text input with an on-screen keyboard enabling faster input and quick editing and the keys are redesigned to multi-touch. Android tablet also gives control over applications and power saving and new communication options. Android tablet 2.3 has the task killer which helps in terminating the misbehaving android applications and it also proactively takes care of apps which go on for too long and checks disproportionate consumption of CPU resources.

Android tablet 2.3 has release 5 NDK which is the Native Development Kit which helps the developers to receive input and sensor events, create sound, design 3D graphics contexts, access storage, utilize assets among others. The new communication options include VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) which comes into Android tablet 2.3 and near field communication or NFC is the new way of communicating via tags. All the downloads from the browser, email or other apps can be managed in a centralized location and hence can be accessed conveniently. Also, Android tablet 2.3 comes with the camera app, which gives you access to the multiple cameras on the device.

On choosing an android tablet, one should bear in mind the various factors like its processor which should be at least 1 GHz, display and resolution size 7 inch or 10 inch, android operating system with 1 GB RAM, 32 GB storage and an external SD card slot with expandable memory. Android tablets also have internet facilities with 3G supported versions which can be utilized with wi-fi services. It also has a camera and video recording facilities in full HD and a touch screen with good resolution and long-lasting battery power. It has other connectivity ports like USB, Bluetooth, 4G, HDMI output, and other features like accelerometer, GPS and gyroscope. One should always choose carefully before investing in an Android tablet.
 

Kevin Anderson writes about android tablet and android tablets 2.3

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