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Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1)Compare6.5 reviewThe Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1) is the new addition to the Galaxy Tab line-up of the Korean manufacturer. It comes to succeed the Tab 10.1, which was among the thinnest tablets around. However, the Tab 2 (10.1) has grown up a bit, now measuring 9.7mm of thickness. Of course, this doesn't mean that it won't perform exceptionally on the hardware front.+ View Specs
Motorola DROID XYBOARD 10.1Compare7 reviewThe Motorola DROID XYBOARD 10.1 has a 10.1-inch screen, just like on its predecessor the Motorola XOOM. It's reinforced with Corning Gorilla Glass and Motorola's own splash-resistant coating for even better protection. Under the hood, a 1.2GHz dual-core processor brings plenty of software muscle and there's 1GB of RAM to back it up. There's also a 5MP camera on the back, and a 1.3MP shooter up front and you can record images and video.+ View Specs
Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 LTECompare7 reviewSamsung Galaxy Tab 7.7, with its spiffy looking Super AMOLED display, will be making its way down to Verizon’s lineup. The tablet is looking to feature Big Red’s good old 4G LTE connectivity to complement its already choked full of fun specs goodness.+ View Specs
Apple iPad 2 VerizonCompare8.5 reviewApple's first CDMA tablet is a version of the iPad 2 for Verizon, and it shares all its specs, save for the 1.34 pounds (607 g) of weight. The iPad 2 improves on its predecessor in both desing and hardware, since the renowned tablet is now thinner even than the iPhone 4 at 0.34" (8.8mm). It is powered by a 1GHz dual-core Apple A5 chipset, which provides 2x the CPU and 9x the GPU performance of its predecessor. All that while keeping the same 10 hours of battery life. Dressed entirely in black or white this time, the iPad 2 sports HDMI output via a separate cable, as well as rear and front-facing cameras - the first supports HD video recording, and the second FaceTime for video chat with other iDevices.+ View Specs
Samsung Galaxy Tab CDMACompare7 reviewThis is the CDMA version of Samsung Galaxy Tab, a tablet running Android 2.2 Froyo. It has a 7" capacitive LCD display with 1024x600 pixels resolution, 2GB built-in memory, microSDHC card slot and 3MP camera with LED flash. Its browser is both Adobe Flash and HTML5 capable.+ View Specs
Apple iPad 3 VerizonCompare9 reviewThe Apple iPad 3 for Verizon Wireless, or simply iPad, as it is officially called, is Apple's latest foray in the contemporary tablet market - a market the company single-handedly started about two years ago. Although the third-generation iPad remains the same on the outside (not a bad thing), it does bring a lot of improvements on the inside. First of all, it has a new screen resolution of 2048x1536 pixels, delivering an amazing for a tablet pixel density of 264 ppi. Another major improvement has to do with the processor of the device, which is now the so-called A5X - still a dual-core processor, but with a new quad-core GPU for outstanding graphics performance. The camera has also been given a boost and is now much more capable in terms of both photo- and video-taking. Finally, the new iPad 3 has been blessed with LTE connectivity. Additionally, all 4G iPads will also have global 3G capabilities, so you should be able to use 3G on most carriers around the world.+ View Specs
Samsung GALAXY Tab 10.1 LTECompare8 reviewSamsung GALAXY Tab 10.1 LTE is the LTE enabled version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1.+ View Specs
Motorola DROID XYBOARD 8.2Compare7 reviewThe Motorola DROID XYBOARD 8.2 is the smaller 8.2" sibling of the DROID XYBOARD 10.1. Under the hood, a 1.2GHz dual-core processor brings plenty of software muscle and there's 1GB of RAM to back it up. There's also a 5MP camera on the back, and a 1.3MP shooter up front and you can record images and video.+ View Specs
Motorola XOOM CDMACompare8 reviewMotorola XOOM is company's first ever tablet computer. It features a healthy-sized 10.1-inch capacitive screen with a very high resolution of 1280x800, a 5MP HD camcorder (front-facing cam included) and the mandatory dual-core ARM-based Tegra 2 chipset, which will allow for full 1080p HD video playback. The device surely looks sexy, as it has a large widescreen display and a bezel that is quite thin. Naturally, most of the buzz around the Motorola XOOM comes from the fact that it's the first tablet to run Google's tablet-optimized Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system. This will bring a lot more functionality to the device, as all the core apps will be redesigned so as to allow the user to take full advantage of the much greater screen size, compared to what you get on a smartphone. Even widgets will be revamped, bringing new features, tastefully dressed in a brand new and shiny interface. In addition, the tablet will feature all the known goodies that we love like an accelerometer, gyroscope and of course, Adobe Flash 10.1 Player support.+ View Specs
Apple iPad Wi-FiCompare8 reviewApple iPad is a 9.7-inch tablet that fills the gap between the iPhone and the Mac. There are 16, 32 or 64-gigabyte versions, each sporting a 1GHz Apple A4 processor and running Apple's iOS operating system, Wi-Fi 802.11n and Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR. The battery of the iPad is rated to be able to hold up for a month in standby and 10 hours of use time.+ View Specs
Discontinued Verizon tablets
This is a list of discontinued Verizon tablets that are no longer available for purchase from the carrier.
Verizon Wireless is the largest cell phone carrier in the United States, with over 118 million subscribers using its 3G CDMA and 4G LTE networks. The latter is available in over 500 markets, making it the largest nationwide LTE network. Verizon Wireless is a joint venture created in 2000 between the US-Based Verizon Communications (55%) and the British Vodafone (45%).
Discontinued Verizon tablets