Three of the most desired tablets which use Honeycomb operating system are Samsung Galaxy GT-P6210MAYXAR, ASUS Transformer Prime TF201 and Le Pan II. Although the three models are pretty expensive, they prove their worth through ultimate technologies and ultimate display quality. More exactly, these models feature large screens and storage capacity but also remarkable interfaces and other features.
Samsung Galaxy GT-P6210MAYXAR costs about $400 and has already become one of the best rated Samsung tablets on market. This product is featured with a 7 inch screen which develops a 1024 x 600 resolution and a WSVGA TFT LCD technology so you can get higher clarity than before. Also, it comes with a pretty impressive CPU running at 1.2 GHz plus a huge RAM memory of 8 GB. Thus, you can download music and clips while watching favorite videos or browsing latest photos.
Apart from this, you are allowed to play plenty of games thanks to a high quality video, while the two cameras will improve your video callings with best friends and family. Your dozens of files and documents are stocked on a 16 GB hard, while the Lithium polymer battery provides a ten hour autonomy so you can use the tablet while travelling. Finally, the system measures 7.6 inches height, 4.8 inches width and 0.4 inches depth, weighting 12.2 oz.
The second tablet we want to describe is ASUS Transformer Prime TF201. Just like the previous model this one uses Honeycomb operating system and costs about $500. The model shares a NVIDIA CPU clocked at 1 GHz plus a 10.1 inch LED backlit touch screen (develops a 1280 x 800 resolution). Unlike the Samsung model, this one only offers 1 GB of RAM system memory for multitasking moments. Instead, it includes a 32 GB hard memory so you can save and keep most of your favorite photos, songs and clips.
We also mention the two cameras meant to improve your video chat with closest friends and the Lithium Polymer battery able to last for up to 14 hours. Regarding its interface, this ASUS offers a built-in 802.11 b/g/n LAN and digital media card reader. Its dimensions reach 0.3 inches height, 10.4 inches width and 7.1 inches depth.
Finally, the last product Le Pan II impresses with a 9.7 inch display (1024 x 768 resolution, TFT LCD technology) and with a Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU which is clocked at 1.2 GHz. Just like the ASUS model, this one supports the multitasking activity with 1 GB of RAM memory. Unfortunately the product, which costs about $270, incorporates a small 2 GB storage capacity so you might not stock as many files as you want. Finally, its battery lasts for up to 7 hours, while the tablet measures 0.5 inches height, 9.3 inches width and 7.4 inches depth.