Early next week Honeycomb 3.1 will be available for the Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101 tablet. Asus will be rolling out this over-the-air update possibly by Monday. Along with the OS update will come some quite useful and noticeable improvements.
Quite often you hear people ask “What tablet PC should I buy?” or “What is the coolest tablet right now?”. These are reasonable questions, however isn’t it just as important to ask “What tablet operating system will best suit my needs?”. In a lot of cases it’s the software that makes the tablet. Of course hardware does go hand in hand with overall performance and capabilities but today I’m going to focus on some of the pros and cons for various tablet operating systems available today.
Fulfill your Android tablet experience with Quickoffice Pro HD. This Android app enables you to complete several office related tasks right from your Android Honeycomb 3.0 tablet device. It’s compatible with Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint files.
In less than 48 hours the much anticipated HTC Flyer tablet goes on sale exclusively at Best Buy. This WiFi-only Android tablet will go on sale May 22 at Best Buy’s online store as well as all brick-and-mortar locations. The starting cost for this sleek new tablet computer is only $500.
Perhaps you’re looking for an affordable tablet computer to assist you with a few general/basic tasks while at work, school or simply on the go. Maybe you don’t need the most expensive one with all the extra bells and whistles (aka features). Everyone has their own set of needs as well as budgets. When you hear the phrase “tablet pc” the word “expensive” might come to mind, but we’ve compiled a list of some highly capable and useful tablets you can purchase for under $500. This way you get a tablet device that has the features you need without having to break the bank.
Choosing between a Windows 7 or Android tablet can be a bit of a task considering the different options available. That being said, why not enjoy the best of both worlds? With ViewSonic’s dual-booting ViewPad 10 you can do just that. The ViewPad has been around for a while now but has just recently been upgraded with the Android 2.2 operating system making it even better.