TOP 10 Best Buy Tablet PC in January 2011
1. Apple iPad MB292LL/A Tablet (16GB, Wifi)
2. Archos 70 - 8 GB Internet Tablet (Black)
3. Coby Kyros MID7015 7-Inch Android Internet Touchscreen Tablet - Black
4. Velocity Micro T301 Cruz 7-Inch Android 2.0 Tablet (Black)
5. Apple iPad MC497LL/A Tablet (64GB, Wifi + 3G)
6. ASUS Eee Slate EP121-1A010M 12.1-Inch Tablet PC
7. Viewsonic G-Tablet with 10" Multi-Touch LCD Screen, Android OS 2.2
8. Apple iPad MC496LL/A Tablet (32GB, Wifi + 3G)
9. Archos 7 8GB Home Tablet with Android (Black)
10. Zenithink 10" Touchscreen Android 2.1 Tablet (ePad)
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New data from Nielsen shows it’s hard to tell who’s winning the U.S. smartphone war. At first glance, it looks like Google’s Android.
Nielsen released the data on its blog, saying...
“When it comes to consumer marketshare by operating system, Android (29%) appears to be pulling ahead of RIM Blackberry (27%) and Apple iOS (27%)”
But ComputerWorld explains there’s a catch: Android is simply available on more phones.
“Thats because RIM is the only maker of its BlackBerry devices and Apple is the only maker of iPhones, while the Android OS is used by several manufacturers.”
A blogger on Gather notes taking the lead is impressive, but this is truly a “come from behind” victory.
“While [Android’s] numbers may not seem dominating, remember that Android was at around 5 percent of the market just a year ago.”
According to The Nielsen data, long-time king Blackberry’s has officially been dethroned. A blogger at TG Daily suggests it’s due to the smartphones becoming less work and more play.
“...Companies would buy Blackberry phones in bulk, sometimes hundreds or even thousands at a time. No one really expected enterprise customers to start switching over, en masse, to the new consumer platforms of Android and iOS, but that's exactly what it happening.”
Android’s rise highlights the concerns of an Apple-Google duopoly. In February, Nokia partnered with Microsoft instead of Google specifically to avoid giving Google too much power. The Wall Street Journal notes phone makers around the world have tough decisions ahead of them.
“It’s going to be something to look at this year as Google continues to gain marketshare, how the carriers and device makers deal with that and do they slow it down or... I don’t know ... it’s definitely a growing force and the carriers may want to change the way they deal with it going forward. It remains to be seen.”
Long term trends show while Android is on the rise and Blackberry is falling behind, iPhone’s marketshare held it’s ground. So is there any stopping the Android army? Tell us what you think in our comments section.
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A Playstation phone has been the desire of many ever since Sony and Ericsson combined forces back in 2001. Soon after the merger, the Sony Cybershot brand was given to the Sony Ericsson range of camera phones, but despite the wishes of many, the Playstation phone never came. In recent times, the fortunes of Sony Ericsson within the industry haven’t always been positive, but the release of handsets running the Android OS has breathed a new lease of life into the brand, and now at long last we have the fabled Playstation phone, the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play.
Weighing 175g, the Xperia Play measures in at 119 x 62 x 16mm, and boasts a large, 4.0 inch LED backlit capacitive touchscreen, supporting up to 16 million colours and with a pixel resolution of 480 x 854. The device has a slide out keypad, which houses the gaming control buttons, with a directional keypad for moving characters within games on the left, and the familiar Playstation Triangle, Square, Circle and Cross buttons on the right. There is a touch sensitive pad in between the two control pads, which works much the same way as the touchpad on a laptop.
Soon after launch the Xperia Play will have close to 50 titles available, giving gamers a wide choice of games to choose from. In use the Xperia Play is surprisingly good, with capable graphic presentation and no noticeable lag in game play. The handset has auto rotate facility, which automatically rotates the display to landscape orientation when the control pad is slid out from the phone. There is a proximity sensor for auto turn off when in call, and the display supports multi touch input. Allowing game developers to incorporate an element of touchscreen input for titles released onto the Xperia Play.
Aside from the main focus on the gaming capabilities of the handset, the Xperia Play in its own right is a more than capable all round smartphone. The handset is equipped with a decent quality 5.0 Megapixel camera, with autofocus and LED flash. Touch focus support is included, as is image stablisation, to eliminate those annoying blurred shots. Geotagging is also included, allowing you to capture the location details of pictures caught on the handsets camera, which can be shared with friends when the photos are uploaded online. Video recording is also enabled on the handset, and there is a second camera on the front of the device, for video calling purposes.
Connectivity is a big part of the Xperia Play, and all the main technologies are included, with support for HSPA Mobile Broadband, along with GPRS, EDGE and WiFi 802.11 b/g/n with DLNA support, making it a breeze to integrate the device and share media with other compatible equipment across your home WLAN. Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP is included for local connectivity, and there is a v2.0 Micro USB connector.
The Sony Ericsson Xperia Play will ship with the latest version of Android OS, Android 2.3, and is powered by a 1 GHz processor along with an Adreno 205 GPU. There is plenty of memory available on board, with 400 MB on the device, which can be expanded up to 32 GB with Micro SD memory cards. An 8 GB card is supplied by Sony Ericsson in the box.
The media player on the Play is well featured, with support for all the usual digital file formats, and the device also includes the excellent Track ID feature, one of our favourite options on Sony Ericsson handsets. Track ID allows you to scan elements of a song, which is then uploaded to the Sony Ericsson server, to determine the name of the tune, the artist and album. A 3.5mm audio jack is included, plus the device has built in stereo speakers, which give good sound play when listening to music and playing games.
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7 Touch Tablet. I ordered this product to see what android was like before I invested in a phone with the android OS. I was pleased when the product arrived in a timely manner and in good condition. I've heard that people were having issues connecting to the android market but I didn't have any problems at all. I downloaded a few apps already. I was able to connect to my home network and surf the web in less than 2 minutes. Android takes a bit of getting used to if you are like me and more familiar with an iphone. The only complaints I have are the RAM is a bit on the low side. A way to help that problem is downloading an app killer from the market to quit the apps that are running in the background. The more apps that are running in the background the slower the device becomes. Also, the touch screen isn't quite as good as I'd like but the device is all in all pretty good.
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