People often get confused when it comes to purchasing a tablet. The market is full of numerous options and while every tablet looks attractive; the one question that continues to bother us is whether or not we should purchase it. Here’s an analysis of two of the most innovatively designed tablets, Lenovo Ideapad U1 Tablet and Motorola Xoom. Take a look at their specifications and decide for yourself which one is best suited for you.
Lenovo Ideapad U1 Tablet
The biggest problem with a tablet is the absence of docking station and a physical keyboard. In addition to this, users look for an easy to operate operating system that does not affect the battery of the phone. The Ideapad U1 from Lenovo is a tablet that has a dual OS and an optional docking station. So when you dock the tablet, it provides a full blown Windows 7 experience. On the other hand, when the tablet is undocked, it makes use of Android OS, 2.2. The tablet also offers a battery life of close to 8 hours between charges. The tablet run on a Snapdragon 1.3Ghz processor and has 10.1 inch wide high definition multi-touch screen. It also comes with dual cameras (a 2mega pixel front facing camera and 5 mega pixel backwards facing camera). It does not weigh more than 2lbs and is as thin as .51-inches.
On the other hand, the Motorola Xoom is one of the most powerful Android tablets available in the market today. It has a dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor and offers a 1280×800 resolution display. It is being widely appreciated for its 10.1-inches wide screen. The dual core processor is capable of powering both operations and videos. The device has a front-facing video camera for Google Talk and it also supports any other video applications used by you. It also has a 5 mega pixel rear facing camera with a dual LED flash. You will also admire the device for it offers a 3G SIM slot along with a microSD slot. The Motorola Xoom also offers and additional USB port that helps you plug in peripherals and use the device for watching films and videos. It comes pre-loaded with Android 3.0 that allows you to access the new Android interface.