Best tablets of CES 2011: Results
So, which one do you think scored highest? The Motorola XOOM? The RIM BlackBerry PlayBook probably?
Notion Ink Adam. Seriously. And by what a margin it's won! With a staggering 61.33% of all votes, the Notion Ink Adam leaves everything well behind its back. Actually, this strong support isn't that unexplainable at all. The Android-based Notion Ink Adam will come packed with great features such as a 10” Pixel Qi display, powerful dual-core Tegra 2 chipset and an innovative Eden UI.
A few hours later at the finish line finally comes the second-most desired tablet from CES 2011, namely – the Motorola XOOM, with 22.32% of all votes. The XOOM is also brilliantly spec'd and will come with Google's much-anticipated Android Honeycomb OS, specifically crafted for tablets.
Unsurprisingly, third comes the other all-round solid performer, the RIM BlackBerry PlayBook, with its own QNX OS to run the various harware goodies, such as the 7” capacitive screen, dual-core 1GHz processor and 1GB RAM. With the seemingly modest 6.49% of all votes, the PlayBook has turned out to be the last significant tablet to be showcased at CES 2011.
Check out the rest of the results below!