10 most intriguing tablets of 2012
From the inevitable iPad 3 to the mysterious Google Nexus tablet, here are the 10 tablets to watch in 2012.
8. Motorola Droid Xyboard
This followup to the Xoom has the qualities of any up-to-date tablet – 10.1-inch or 8.2-inch screen, dual cameras, video streaming, Google maps, a large market place of apps, and iPad-level horse power. While the Xyboard does not come with the latest Android software, called Ice Cream Sandwich, Motorola says the upgrade will be free.
Screen size: 10.1” or 8.2"
Price: $399 to $529
Connectivity: 4G and Wi-Fi
The hook: A fierce, full-size Android tablet.