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Top 5 Tablets For Students

June 10th, 2011 by LAPTOP Editors  

A year ago, the iPad was pretty much the only tablet in town. Now there are plenty of compelling choices for students, whether you’re looking for a compact 7-inch slate that lets you take notes with a pen or a tablet that docks with a keyboard for faster typing. Of course, the iPad 2 remains the top seller for a reason, and Apple’s thinner and faster sequel will get even better this fall with the iOS 5 update.

Apple iPad 2

It’s even thinner (0.34 inches) and lighter (1.34 pounds) than before, and now it also has front- and rear-facing cameras for making FaceTime calls oand recording videos. Yes, Apple’s tablet remains the device to beat. The dual-core A5 processor really flies, and the 9.7-inch, 1024 x 768 IPS display offers the best viewing angles. And with more than 90,000 apps ready to download, no one can touch Apple when it comes to apps. Up next: The iOS 5 update coming this fall will offer a ton of new features, including an improved notification system, tabbed browsing, Twitter integration, and iTunes in the cloud.

ASUS Eee Pad Transformer

For those who like the portability of tablets but prefer to do their typing on a real keyboard, the Transformer is the answer. By itself, this attractive 10-inch Android 3.1 slate powered by an Nvidia Tegra 2 processor costs $399—the cheapest on the block. But when you add the $199 keyboard dock, you’ve got an even more powerful combo that weighs just 2.8 pounds. The tablet comes with two USB ports for connecting peripherals and mini HDMI for connecting it to a larger screen. The 1280 x 800 IPS panel delivers crisp visuals, and a battery in the dock means you’ll see up to 16 hours of battery life.
$399 for tablet, $199 for dock

HP TouchPad

The first webOS tablet from HP gives the iPad a run for its money in the features department. The TouchPad sports a crisp and bright 9.7-inch display, a fast 1.2-GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, and a front-facing camera for video chats. But students will appreciate the software even more, which makes it a cinch to multitask and lets you post social-networking updates right from the home screen. Thinking of getting a webOS phone? Tap to Share lets you exchange info, such as web pages, just by tapping your handset to the TouchPad. Add in Beats Audio and you have one versatile slate for work and play.

HTC Flyer

Ever since tablets first hit the market, we’ve been clamoring for one that lets you take notes using a stylus. The 7-inch Flyer is the first to do so, and while it’s not perfect—and the pen costs an extra $80—this slate has plenty to offer students. Your handwritten notes sync with Evernote online, and you can record audio while you use the pen. We also like HTC’s Sense interface, the speedy 1.5-GHz processor, and the Flyer’s sturdy aluminum design.

Nook Color

The ideal tablet for students also looking for an eReader, the Nook Color has a 7-inch LCD touchscreen that provides an attractive interface for accessing the Barnes & Noble catalog (including magazines and newspapers) and surfing the web. You can easily highlight passages and take notes, and the Nook Color lets students loan books to classmates, as well as share what they’re reading on Facebook and Twitter. At 8.1 x 5.0 x 0.5 inches and about 16 ounces, this tablet take up a lot less space than that bulky hardcover, too.


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