Three of the best-rated and reasonable-priced tablets which use Android 2.2 operating system are Coby Kyros MID7024, Samsung Galaxy BBSPHP1TAB and Sungale Beam ID1010WTA. These models cost about $150 with Samsung’s model being priced in the region of $450 – $500. So, depending on your budget you may want to opt for a cheaper model or a more expensive and more efficient one such as this Galaxy tablet.
Coby Kyros MID7024 is worth $150 and is featured with lower performances, such as a small system memory and a lower image quality. For instance, the tablet shares 512 MB of DDR RAM system memory dedicated to your multitasking activity. Unfortunately, you may not manage too many applications given this capacity. Instead, the system offers a 7 inch display which uses a 800 x 480 resolution and a 16:9 aspect ratio.
Furthermore, the table is featured with a 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi networking and with a built-in 4 GB storage capacity expandable to 32 GB. This ‘toy’ is also run by a Samsung CPU which runs at 1 GHz. If you still think that you do not have enough space for your important data, you can use the media support which allows you to connect microSD and SDHAC cards. Finally, the table uses a Lithium polymer battery and measures 4.75 inches width, 0.53 inches height and 7.68 inches depth.
The second model we present you is Samsung Galaxy BBSPHP1TAB. This impressive table costs about $430, being one of the top rated tablets using an Android 2.2. The system comes with a 7-inch touch screen (1024 x 600 resolution and Active Matrix technology) and 16 GB of storage capacity, plus 592 MB of RAM system memory for multitasking activity. Moreover, it shares a Lithium Ion battery able to produce a 10-hour autonomy.
Apart from this, two digital cameras are included (1.3 MP front and a 3 MP one in the back) so you can both take pictures and make video calls with more ease. Regarding its sizes, the table measures 0.74 inches depth, 7.48 inches height and 4.74 inches width, weighting 0.84 lbs.
Finally, the last model Sungale Beam ID1010WTA is much cheaper than the previous model, being priced in the region of $180. This tablet also uses Android 2.2 operating system and offers a 2 GB internal memory plus a digital media card reader which supports microSD cards. Concerning its interface, it provides a couple of high speed USB 2.0 ports plus a built-in 802.11 b/g wireless LAN. Also, it shares a 3 MP camera and a 256 MB RAM system memory for multitasking needs.
We also mention its 10 inch display (TFT-LCD, 1024 X 600 resolution) and a Marvell CPU clocked at 1 GHz. The tablet measures 6.4 inches width, 10.2 inches height and 0.6 inches depth, weighting 1.3 lbs.