Holiday Gift Guide - Tablets


2010 Ultimate Holiday Tech Guide



Tablets








  • Apple iPad (16GB)

    The Apple iPad is the best tablet out there, and arguably the most exciting product of the year. The 16GB model with Wi-Fi is the most affordable of the bunch, and it still leaves plenty of room for apps, games, photos, music, and video.


    $499 - $554


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  • Apple iPad (16GB, 3G)

    The 3G version of the iPad deserves its own spotlight. You pay a premium for the integrated cellular connection, but the added mobility may be worth it. No-contract, pay-as-you-go data plans from AT&T take the sting out of cellular service.


    $629 - $685


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  • Samsung Galaxy Tab

    The Galaxy Tab from Samsung is a powerful, Android-based tablet that distinguishes itself from the iPad with its smaller form, dual cameras, and Adobe Flash compatibility. A great buy for fans of Google's Android OS.

    Versions of the Tab are available on Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, and AT&T.


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  • Archos 7 Home Tablet (Android, 8GB, black)

    As an Android tablet priced less than $200, there's plenty to love about the Archos 7 Home Tablet. Android fans who aren't afraid to tinker with the OS can get a lot of mileage out of this budget tablet.


    $177 - $189


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  • Dell Streak

    The Dell Streak has been promised an update to Android 2.2 by the end of the year, bringing new features and capabilities. As a tablet, it has the unique advantage of fitting in your pocket.


    $549


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