Top Android Gaming Tablets
The industry of Android tablet grows rapidly in the past few years. If 2011 considered as dual-core era, then you might want to call 2012 as the year of quad-core. Almost all top tier tablet now use such processors to provide users with incredibly fast gaming performance. Tegra 3 CPU made by Nvidia is one of the most trusted name for such thing. World’s current best tablet like Asus TF700T, Acer Iconia Tab A501, and Google Nexus 7 are currently packed with Tegra 3. In other words, Tegra 3 is a name that can guarantee for best game performance. Here is list of best Tegra 3 tablet PC Android tablet guys.
Google Nexus 7. The first tablet that made by Google. With the help from Asus, they manage to create world’s first Android device that run on Jelly Bean OS. Deep under it’s thin chassis, lies quad-core Tegra 3 CPU, alongside with 1GB RAM, and 16/32GB internal memory. While there are not too many apps optimized for Nexus 7 right now, i am pretty sure you will be able to find lot of compatible Tegra 3 games for it.
Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T. Just like Nexus 7, this tablet also powered by Tegra 3 processors. It is currently clocked at 1.7GHz. I guarantee, you will be able to experience best gaming performance with this device. Not to mention that Asus also implement a full gigabyte of DDR3 RAM on TF700T. If you think that it is not enough, wait until you read the rest of it’s specs sheet. This Android 4.0 tablet has incredible primary camera unit, hi-res screen, and detachable keyboard that able to bring extra 5 hours battery life!
Apple’s New iPad. Retina Display is one thing that really makes me very interested to own this tablet. I know that Android offer better community based support, but you should experience the beauty of Retina Display on your own guys. It’s doesn’t look like any other tablet in this world. With the addition of 4G connectivity and well-supported environment, you can consider New iPad as one of the best gaming tablet around.
WikiPad. The world’s first table that specially made for gaming purpose. Seems like the developers want to make sure that users experience the best gaming performance with this tablet. How they do that? By implementing an actual D-pad, buttons, and analog controller on the left-right side of the tablet! Isn’t that crazy? Aside from this unique (or weird?) control system, WikiPad also bring the best hardware configuration. You will get quad-core Tegra 3 CPU, 8GB internal data storage with microSD card slot support, HDMI output, Android 4.0, and 10.1 inch HD screen. WikiPad already make it’s first public appearance at E3 2012, but there is no exact release date announced until now.
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