Testing A Tablet with Android

The tablets are undoubtedly part of the generation of devices that have become market fever. More practical that the notebooks and focused on connectivity, the tablets has gained popularity since the launch of the iPad. I wasn’t going to be long before Android, Google’s operating system, will also be optimized for these devices with larger screen.

Tablets with Android

The Android operating system was first created for smartphones. As soon as the tablets proved promising, Google treated soon launched a specific version of Android for tablets. The first version of Android optimized for tablets was the Honeycomb and, since its launch, has evolved a lot.

Android is an operating system for mobile devices. Starting in smartphones, he improved a lot, and has been optimized to be used in tablets.

Opinion on Tablet with Android

For those who’ve used the iPad and also had good impressions as I had, I can tell from the video that the competition will be great. I say this mainly because of various electronic devices being launched almost daily with the Android operating system by different manufacturers. This results in multiple versions of the same Android, as well as interesting applications customizations to the platform. Meanwhile, the iPad is created and controlled by Apple, allowing a much smaller degree of customization, and a limited experience for what Apple wants you to use.

The tablet shown in the video is the Motorola Xoom, one of the first tablets with Android, in use. Watch tell me in the comments what you think of Android 3.0.

Like the video? You have an iPad or Motorola Xoom? Tell us in the comments what you think your tablet has to offer! And if you want, you also say what are his faults. We want to help other readers to compare a tablet knowing full well what the best option to choose.