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PostSubject: Local Tablet Round-up for March 2011   Mon Mar 21, 2011 9:28 pm

In expectation of newer generations of tablets, the current ones
available in the market have made some price adjustments of late. Id
like to share this little round-up to give you a better picture and help
you decide if youre not still sold to the idea of owning a tablet.

I did an earlier comparison back in October 2010 between the Archos 70, CM Superion and Galaxy Tab here.



The line-up has since increased to include the iPad, WindPad and other Android tablets.

Apple iPad (1st gen) 16GB WiFi
Suggested retail price: Php19,990
Pros: Tons of iOS apps, solid build, great performance & battery life
Cons: No Flash, 3G model is more expensive

Samsung Galaxy Tab P1000
Suggested retail price: Php21,990
Pros: Tons of Android apps, portable/handheld, 3G SIM card slot included
Cons: plasticky, a little thicker than most tablets

Archos 101 Internet Tablet
Suggested retail price: Php19,990
Pros: Affordable, tons of Android apps, thin and light, decent battery life
Cons: Low screen resolution, no 3G option

Archos 70 Internet Tablet
Suggested retail price: Php16,990 for 250GB and Php15,490 for the 8GB
Pros: Affordable, tons of Android apps, thin and light, decent battery life, huge storage option
Cons: Low screen resolution, no 3G option

Cherry Mobile Superion
Suggested retail price: Php19,990
Pros: Affordable, tons of Android apps, thin and light, decent battery life
Cons: Un-impressive build quality, significant number of bugs

MSI WindPad W100
Suggested retail price: Php27,990
Pros: install any Windows 7 applications, possibility of multiple OS or multi-boot
Cons: Expensive, Windows 7 OS not fit for tablet, laggy and a bit slow

RedFox WizPad
Suggested retail price: Php31,999
Pros: install any Windows 7 applications, possibility of multiple OS or multi-boot
Cons: Expensive, Windows 7 OS not fit for tablet, laggy and a bit slow

Huawei S7
No SRP, locked to Globe at the moment.
Pros: tons of Android apps, thin and light, has 3G SIM card slot included
Cons: network-locked


From the looks of it, its a toss-up between the iPad and the Galaxy
Tab while the Archos 70 250GB warrants a special mention for the huge
storage capacity and very affordable price. The Galaxy Tab also enjoys
brisk sales from the recently announced discounted price.
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