A smackdown comparison of four 7″ Android tablets: the Amazon Kindle Fire, Nook Tablet, Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus and the HTC Flyer. Check out our full comparison details at: www.mobiletechreview.com The Fire and Nook are eBook readers with tablet and multimedia features, while the Samsung and HTC are tablets first and foremost. All run Android OS. You’ll notice that as the price goes up you get more features, particularly in those marketed as tablets first: HDMI via adapter, Bluetooth, GPS and 3G options. But you might not want or need those features. Watch our video to decide which is best for you. To watch our review of these tablets individually: Amazon Kindle Fire review: www.youtube.com B&N Nook Tablet review: www.youtube.com Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus review: www.youtube.com HTC Flyer review: www.youtube.com
A lightweight slate computer with full PC capabilities running Windows 7, the Samsung Series 7 Slate PC (model XE700T1A-A01US) offers all of the features of a full-sized laptop in an extremely portable package, providing highly mobile users with the computing power they need for maximum productivity anywhere they go. Weighing less than two pounds and measuring only half an inch thick, the Series 7 Slate can truly be taken anywhere. Despite its compact size, the Slate is a full-powered PC with an 11.6-inch screen, powerful Intel Core i5 dual-core processor, a full version of Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, and a 64 GB solid state hard drive.