Top Emerging Tablets Of 2013

This is the list of emerging tablets- which promise to be best for the future and no generation can marr their presence, since these are either the first’s or the top of the lot. Dell Latitude 10, HP ElitePad 900, Archos 101 XS,HTC windows 8, Nokia Windows8, AQUOS Pad SHT21 are the six tablets to watch for. 

Dell Latitude 10

The upcoming sensation, Dell tablet would feature a 10.1-inch display with 1366-by-768 resolution,up to 128GB SSD storage, minimum 1.5 GHz Clover Trail Atom processor, , four USB ports, multitouch and LCD technology, cam recorder, camera, GPS, sterospeakers, Ethernet, HDMI, built-in mobile connectivity and a swappable battery. The much awaited is slated for launch between mid-November and January 2013. The Dell Latitude 10 aims to target that market with a functional aesthetic and Windows 8 Pro, which makes this monster noticeable and distinguishable from other competitor. you can even transform this tablet into a desktop, weird  realizing the fact that most buy tablet to forget desktops). It is packing Intel’s Atom Z2670 CPU, 2GB of RAM, and  up to 128GB of storage capacity.  there’s TPM 1.2, file-level encryption For the security conscious business crowd, and optional fingerprint and smartcard readers.  Dell Latitude 10 is a 10.1″ Windows 8 tablet which aims to fit into existing IT environments, offering security and manageability features. with an active stylus to support it,  The Latitude 10 also supports a swappable battery. 18 hours of battery life-i say, not bad. 

 

PROS:

  • Dual core processor
  • Very fast processor (1800 MHz)
  • Lots of RAM (2048 MB RAM)
  • NFC
  • HDMI connector for TV-out (Mini HDMI (Type C))
CONS:
  • Low pixel density screen below 180ppi(155 ppi)

 HP ElitePad 900

If the Dell Latitude didn’t tickle your fancy, perhaps the HP ElitePad will. This is another business tablet and it has optional accessories including the “Productivity Jacket” which essentially transforms it into a laptop, the docking station which makes it a desktop, a tough case, an extended battery case, and a stylus. It has a 10.1-inch touchscreen, an Intel Atom Z2760 processor, 1280X 800 display, 8.0 MP camera, SRS audio which gives you clear and typical pleasure to ears,  2GB of RAM and either 32GB or 64GB of internal SSD storage. Pricing is unknown “Businesses used to face a tough purchase decision:  How to find a product that will delight employees and help them be more productive, while also making sure IT can secure and manage it,” said Todd Bradley, executive vice president, Printing and Personal Systems, HP. “The HP ElitePad meets all those tests. It combines the great style and user experience consumers demand with the features IT requires.”The HP ElitePad 900 is built around the clover trail. Security options are abundant, another model for business classes and strictly professional brother of DELL latitude- Manager Credential Manager, Password Manager, Device Access Manager with Just In Time Authentication, ComputerateSparekeyDrive Encryption, HP BIOS Settings.

PROS

  • Productivity jacket
  • Windows 8
  • Not weighty
  • Security-proof
  •  Excellent on-screen keyboard

CONS

  • Strictly for business purposes
  • Not multi-faceted

Archos 101 XS

Another 10.1-inch tablet with a keyboard with an attractive build  cover that transforms the tablet into a net book  The Archos 101 XS uses a magnetic design and light, very very smooth. It runs Android 4.0 (ICS) with the standard 4.1 (Jelly Bean) upgrade promise, but since it is vanilla Android that upgrade should happen soon. There’s a 1.5GHz dual-core processor,  It has 16GB storage, 1GB of RAM, and a 1280×800 pixel resolution 10.1-inch touchscreen. At $399, it’s nice that Archos is essentially adding a keyboard for the same price as a 10-inch Android tablet alone.sleeker, having some slate issues and the prop-up is something one should consider before spending the generous money on this one.

Pros:

  • Effeicient performer
  • Inclusive of Keyboard
  •  HDMI and microSD ports
  • Display has wide viewing angles
  • Native Android
  • Nippy processor
  • Keyboard dock
  • Affordable price

Cons:

  •  Ancient docking mechanism,
  • Tinny audio
  • Cramped keyboard layout
  • Poorly placed webcam
  • Average display
  • Terrible sound
  • Ugly design

HTC windows 8

 Well, the news is shocking- this may happen to the techno world or not. sad right? HTC is being barred by Microsoft in making the windows 8 tablet. with HTC’s smartphones already making the wave, this one seems promising. if launched  it would be BIG. A Qualcomm-based HTC Windows tablet, its features are currently unknown but its ARM proofed. one can just wait and watch in this case. but 2013 will see its birth if the forecasts are to be believed.

PROS:

  • Windows 8
  • Handsome outset
  • Ample apps inclusive

CONS:

  • None till now.

Nokia Windows8

With Nokia’s smartphones ruling the sales, this was near news. with HTC in the wagon to launch its own tablet, Nokia is sure to register. Nokia’s upcoming tablet is making more uproar and is being already seen as  a tough competition to any other tablet, maybe it with an attachable keyboard, jelly bean boon or unlimited apps to download  i am waiting for the product to surprise us like how Nokia does as always with its phones.though officially its still a mystery, but my sources are headstrong about the wait and the product. 😉

PROS:

  • High quality camera
  •  Windows 8
  • New apps for tablets

CONS:

  • Copy-cat of HTC’s windows 8 tablet (not confirmed but is definitely a con if HTC releases first)

AQUOS Pad SHT21

Come December and you have this awesomeness. Sharp wowed crowds  IGZO displays, and the firm has now announced the Aquos Pad SHT 21 as the first tablet to use the technology, a 7-inch tablet promising more than double the run time of rival slates, The slate also supports digital pen input,Bluetooth 4.0, and 1-Seg digital TV, is waterproof and dust proof  and includes 4G LTE, WiFi a/b/g/n (2.4/5GHz), all in something 106 x 190 x 8.9 mm and 280g. the AQUOS Pad SHT21 runs at 1280 x 800 resolution and will run for 2.5x as long as tablets with conventional displays thanks to IGZO’s frugal nature.There are twin cameras – 8-megapixel on the back and the SHT21 runs Android 4.0 with a custom UI on Qualcomm’s MSM8960 1.5GHz dual core processor with 1GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage (plus a microSDXC card slot).VGA upfront – and Full HD video recording is an added feature. There’s no word yet on a release outside of Japan for the Aquos Pad SHT 21 and no pricing has yet rattled the market. Wait and watch i say.

PROS:

  • IGZO inspired
  • Waterproof
  • Dustproof
  • Android 4.0
  • Full Video recording
  • Digital pen input

CONS:

  • Not to go international
  • Ancient with some specifications