Posted: 2012-12-11 @ 12:55am PT
I prefer the Kindle Fire HD. The interface is just amazing and it's very easy to use. Check out the Amazon page of the Kindle Fire HD if you want to compare what they bring to the table.
Posted: 2012-12-08 @ 4:03pm PT
Here's a few new Tablets worth looking at -- released in late November - the Novo 7 Legend is offered through a site called TabletSprint, and may be considered the first "$100 TABLET" worth buying from any major brand, with features that include a quality screen display, Micro SD portable storage, Android 4.1, a MicroUSB port, and a processor good enough to handle 3D games -- Plus WiFi, Ethernet and 3G -- For those not familar with the manufacturer, Ainol Electronics, they received a "Best Tablet of the Year" award at CNET Consumer Electronics Show 2012.
Another new tablet released last week is the Novo 10 Hero and possibly the best 10-inch "price-performance" tablet available this year, features a High Resolution 1280x800 IPS screen, 16GB Memory, a strong Battery and Dual Core processor with Quad Core GPU, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Operating System, Wifi, Bluetooth, Ethernet, and an option for 3G/4G connection.
The Hero also offers a MicroUSB port for connection to printers and other electronic devices, a MicroSD Memory Card slot for unlimited storage (up to 32GB Memory Cards), front and back cameras with a 2 Megapixel rear camera; and has HDMI output, which is a nice feature to download movies and watch in Full 1080p (HD) on to a large screen TV. It also makes a great gaming device with its high resolution screen and motion sensor.
The site TabletSprint also includes $25 in Bonus Apps with all tablets, and bundles in free 3G/4G wireless service with 500MB of free data every month with full internet access & VoIP voice calling -- both new models and a few others at TabletSprint are certainly worth checking out.