We all know that tablets are rapidly becoming the new thing in tech and with the number of various sizes floating around the market today, we ask you “Which is the best tablet size for you?”
While everyone out there has their own preference in what’s “ideal” for them, Apple’s iPad (Yeah, I just cringed while typing that) pretty much set the standard for tablet size and we’ve seen many Android powered variants to give the consumer a few more options when it comes to these pricey investments, starting with the 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab, which was a little premature given that the Android OS wasn’t optimized for the larger display.
We’ve seen HTC’s tablet contribution with their 7-inch variants, the HTC Flyer and the HTC EVO View 4G. They recently dropped a 10.1-inch form-factor exclusive to AT&T with their Sense skinned Honeycomb tablet the HTC JetStream.
Samsung has really embraced the tablet concept since their first gen Galaxy Tab, pushing their sleek design with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, Galaxy Tab 8.9 and their newly announced 7-inch design. If you’ve been following IFA2011 you might have noticed their latest addition to the Galaxy Series, the Samsung Galaxy Note, which integrates a tablet-sized display with that of a smartphone bringing together voice calls and tablet features. The Samsung Galaxy Note shown at IFA2011 is only rocking Android 2.3, but we’re eager to see where this concept leads down the road.
Acer recently dropped the world’s first 7-inch tablet rocking Android 3.2 with their Iconia A100, a sleek tablet that only makes the decision harder when it comes to choosing a tablet that rocks the right specs at the right size.
With the release of Android’s tablet friendly OS version 3.0+ Honeycomb and the upcoming release of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich we are seeing a rapid increase of various sized tablets from the heavy hitting OEMs and the question still remains, “Which is the best tablet size for you?” So, we’re reaching out to you all to find which tablet size is the one for you.
Be sure and let us know in the comments below which tablet size you find ideal and why.