Just last month at CES we witnessed the first wave of the upcoming tablet ocean, and now a mere month later, at MWC, we got a sense of how big this really is. Tablets were literally all over the congress – starting with major producers announcing their devices and ending with smaller companies pushing slates on the booming market. The majority of them – of course – come with Android 3.0 Honeycomb, but there were some like the HTC Flyer, running on an earlier version of the robotic OS.
There are companies however who took the steep road to differentiation with a different OS like the BlackBerry PlayBook 4G with support for LTE and HSPA+, which has a beautiful QNX-based OS. Some, like the ViewSonic ViewPad 10Pro even went for dual boot Windows and Android. But which OS do you prefer? And what about the preferred size of the tablet? Let us know where your mind guides you when it comes to the latest tablets!
- Which was the best tablet at MWC 2011?
159 votes (159 votes) BlackBerry PlayBook 4G
147 votes (147 votes) HP TouchPad
1182 votes (1182 votes) T-Mobile G-Slate / LG Optimus Pad
348 votes (348 votes) Motorola XOOM
223 votes (223 votes) Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1
92 votes (92 votes) HTC Flyer
4 votes (4 votes) Acer Iconia Tab A100
20 votes (20 votes) Acer Iconia Tab A500
14 votes (14 votes) ViewSonic ViewPad 10Pro
30 votes (30 votes) Toshiba tablet