The best Tablet PC 2010

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Let's face it: tablet computers are all the rage. With tens of millions of potential customers and a lot of competition out there, tablet manufacturers are working overtime to get the best goods out to the markets quickly. Buying a tablet now is probably a good idea, but the decision-making process is a little iffy because there are so many options out there. We've narrowed things down to a trio of possibilities, so check out our picks for the best tablets of 2010.

Apple iPad:

Obviously any list about tablets is going to include the iPad. This best-selling tablet features everything you look for in an e-reader, netbook, photo frame, iPod, and gaming device all in one device. There are ten hours of battery life and optional 3 G wireless to work with, too, so it's great for getting things done on the go. Under the hood, so to speak, is a 1 GHz Apple A4 system-on-a-chip to run the 16 GB, 32 GB or 64 GB flash drives option. The design is up to Apple's usual head-turning best, of course, so you can rest assured that your new Apple iPad will get you all the attention you've been seeking.

Samsung Galaxy Tab:

The Samsung Galaxy Tab is a serious threat to the Apple iPad, some say, and it really is to valuable addition to the market for those looking to steer clear of the Cupertino juggernaut. The Tab is a seven-inch unit with two cameras and Flash compatibility. The size is more convenient than the larger iPad and the screen has just the right amount of gloss and clarity. The Cortex A8 1.0 GHz processor is comparable to the iPad'sprocessor and the 512 MB of RAM work nicely with the 16 GB or 32 GB hard drive options. You can stuff in another 32 GB in an external memory slot, too.

Dell Streak:

With a perfectly-sized screen, brilliant design and support for 3 G and Wi-Fi, this is one tablet that knocks out all the pegs in the wireless netbook arrangement. The Dell Streak may not have the cachet that the iPad has in terms of brand name goodness, but it is to reliable and compelling tablet all the same. It is one of the best Android tablets out there and offers photo and camcorder capabilities on top of it all. There's a 1 GHz Snapdragon processor to run the 512 MB of SDRAM and 512 MB of ROM.




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