N/APosted on - 04/19/2012
I have a question about Windows tablets.
With iPad dominating the market and Android being next, what can we expect from Samsung Windows tablets? Are they worth a buy or should we just buy iPad or any Android tablets?
Samsung Windows Tablets – A Steal or What?
Toshiba's Excite runs 1.2 Ghz with a 1024 RAM memory, with a more advanced software, which means even though numerous tabs are running, the performance and speed of the system will not be sacrificed. iPad runs a little slower of 1Ghz processor with 512MB RAM. Cameras have big difference; iPad has ancient 0.3 megapixels at the front facing camera and a decent back camera of 5 megapixels. Excite has a more advanced 2 megapixels at the front facing camera and a back camera of 5 megapixels.WIth little difference, iPad has a 4:3 aspect ratio and Excite has 16:10 aspect ratio. iPad has more supported formats such as Flickr, Twitter, Tumblr, Youtube and Facebook. While Excite supports Youtube and Picasa only. As long as Apple is running, iProducts doesn't support flash while Excite does.
Performance wise, iPad uses iOS5 which is very easy to use. Excite uses Android 4.0 Honey Comb that can make you capable of controlling your table with more customization options to choose.
10-inch Excite costs $500 while iPad3 costs $480.