Top 10 tablets of 2011

By Zhang Junmian
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Apple Inc.'s iPad has taken the computing world by storm since its world premiere early last year, dragging various PC manufactures into a fierce race for market share in the nascent tablet computing category.

According to U.S.-based market research firm Gartner, worldwide sales of tablets hit 63.6 million units by the end of September this year, an incredible 261.4 percent increase over 2010 sales of 17.6 million.

Surely, tablets are the latest big thing in the computing world. But with so many alluring products for sale, which one should consumers pick? has compiled the top ten tablet devices available right now.

   Motorola Xoom


Market Price: US$450

If you are an Android OS fan, this is the tablet for you. As the first Android tablet to run Honeycomb, the wonderful 10.1-inch, 32 GB Motorola Xoom has drawn great attention from the computing world with its high-performance features, including a dual-core 1GHz processor, full Flash support, stunning video calling and HD video capture capabilities with 2 megapixel and 5 megapixel cameras. It originally ran on Android 3.0, but was later updated to Android 3.2. It provides several connectivity options including Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, and features Onboard GPS and Integrated Google Maps. One drawback to the tablet is that more apps need to be added. In addition, it's a little heavy and bulky.

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