A tablet device is a small and portable version of a laptop that can be held in both hands and is operated through a touchscreen. The first thing that you will notice it does not have the traditional keyboard and in addition does not come other components that make up a computer such as battery, fan and mouse/trackpad.
A dual core android tablet is a device that houses a processor that has two cores on one single chip. These processors will run with a clock speed of 1.2GHz and above.
The main player in the tablet market is the Apple iPad and devices that have the Google Android operating system. These devices are becoming alternative option to buying a laptop or desktop pc due the cost being so inexpensive with some starting out from £200 with the most expensive being around £600.
There a number of reasons as to why you should an Android tablet over the Apple iPad such as its size, multitasking, cameras, syncing and batteries. With the Apple iPad it comes in the dimensions of 9.56 x 7.47 x .5 in, which is equivalent to a 10 by 8 picture frame but this device only comes in this one size. Android tablets come in a variety of sizes from the smallest at 5 inches to the biggest at 10 inches.
Because the majority of Android tablets are running with a dual core processor, it means that it has the power to handle the capability of multitasking. The Apple iPad cannot truly do this because it will drain on the performance and the battery life of the device. Google's Android operating system Honeycomb 3.0 offers a ray of multitasking features that makes it easy to navigate your way around the tablet. Google is set to release a new version of its operating system Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich), which will the OS work with both tablets and smartphones devices.
Save on Laptops is one of the leading companies in the UK that are specialising in dual core android tablets. It is an internet only retailer which helps keep prices low. We are situated in Minworth, Sutton Coldfield, which is just 10 minutes from Birmingham City Centre and we can be reached from most of the West Midlands via the M6/M6 Toll.