• Top 5 Tablets That Could Replace the Rumored Upcoming iPad Mini

    Posted on October 11th, 2012 David Brooks | 182 comments

    According to the latest news, Apple might release the iPad Mini on an October event. There’s a great possibility that it’ll be revealed later this month, although it is still to be confirmed for its final name. As reported, the new iPad Mini is rumored to come with a 7.85” screen display, sporting various wonderful features and functions even comparable to the iPad. But when it gets released, absolutely it will not enter the vacuous tablet market of 7-inch. It would get quite many strong competitors in almost every function and detail, like: price, ecosystem, performance, and features. So many wonderful tablet choices with something unique would be available in the market. To win the competition, Apple must get something really amazing onto their new tablet to answer the challenge. Well, what are these challengers? Let’s take a brief look today, with focus on some top 5 widely well-known tablets:

    iPad Mini

    Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0
    The most expensive tablet on the list also includes the most physical features. Given its IR blaster, dual cameras, and microSD expansion, $249 doesn’t look so bad. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 delivers a mostly pure Android 4.0 experience. The tablet also trumps the Kindle Fire in extras by including dual cameras, expandable memory, and TV remote-control functionality.

    Kindle Fire (2012)
    The 2012 update to 2011′s Kindle Fire sports an identical design, but gets a few internal upgrades: twice the RAM, a faster processor, and an update to the latest version of the Kindle Fire OS. With the low price of only $159, the new Kindle Fire is somewhat very challenging to iPad Mini.

    Barnes & Noble Nook HD
    Available later this month, this tablet impressed people a lot with its redesigned interface, extremely light weight, microSD storage expansion, 1,140×900-pixel-resolution screen, and the inclusion of the fastest processor yet in a 7-inch tablet, the 1.3GHz OMAP 4470. At $199, the Nook HD will clearly make its case. If you want large one, the 9-inch Nook HD+ will be available at the same time for only $269.

    Kindle Fire HD
    The first Kindle Fire had been considered a great threat to iPad, so does the Kindle Fire HD. Without doubt, the Kindle Fire HD is your best choice if you like watching books, movies, TV shows, and listening to music on tablet. At only $199, the Fire HD sports an amazing-looking screen, a 720p front camera, Bluetooth, and the best speakers. It also includes both 7” and 8.9” versions for different people upon different screen needs.

    Google Nexus 7
    With Tegra 3-induced performance, NFC communication, and the latest version of the Android OS, Jelly Bean, and $199 cost only, Google Nexus 7 wins its crown in the 7” tablet market. If the iPad Mini wants to win the battle, it has to offer some features really exciting.

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