As relatively new CEO of Apple,Tim Cook, proclaimed in his keynote speech to introduce the New iPad last March 7, the world is now in the post-PC revolution. This means computing machines that people prefer nowadays are not stuck in the desk, and can be brought anywhere and be used anytime. Together with this revolution, the tablet wars have heated up, with Samsung and Apple leading the pack. What’s a bit ironic about this is that Samsung is the main supplier of the chips used in iPad processors. Besides that, the two manufacturers have slapped lawsuits against each other. Let’s look at the specs of the two tablet banner products and see if you should sell your iPad or sell Galaxy tab and switch to the other brand.
The Galaxy Tab 10.1
Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 can give you a better experience for work and play. It has an obviously sharper HD quality screen, a faster web browsing with flash, outstanding multitasking ability, and even a speedy processing with HSPA+.
It guarantees an excellent experience with the ‘thinnest and lightest’ hefty screen tablet accessible. You can revel in its supreme mobility thanks to the remarkably thin and light body. At just 565 grams and 8.6mm slim, this tablet is perfect for hand carry.
By far, it is also known as the best Honeycomb tablet and is open for purchase, although owners and fans of the Asus Transformer and even the Kindle Fire may argue otherwise. Tech pundits say that after just a short time, tablets from Android will be providing world-class Gmail experience, better hold (than the iPad 2) and higher resolution displays.
Apple iPad 2
The Apple iPad 2 features a 1GHz dual-core A5 chip and cameras, both on the front and rear. The new CPU is proven twice as fast as the first iPad, with graphics presentation that is up to nine times better than the original iPad, while general power requirements have been sustained at the same level. The iPad 2′s battery life is said to be 10 hours.
Apple’s pricing for the iPad 2 has been left unchanged too. Like the original, it will start at $499 for a 16GB WiFi-only iPad 2 and extending up to $829 for a WiFi + 3G SKU with 64GB of storage. The tablet will be able available with an HDMI output capable of 1080p and an bigger speaker grille on the back with the same 1024 x 768 resolution and IPS LCD screen technology as the original iPad.
720p video recording at 30fps can be done with a tap from the rear-facing camera that has a 5x digital zoom.
The iPad 2 is 33 percent thinner than the original iPad and is at an outstanding 8.8mm, with its weight just over 600 g. It can be bought in two colors: Black and White.
Now that you are armed with all this information, you should be able to decide which tablet to give up and which one to keep. Nevertheless, whether you have decided to sell your iPad so you can switch to Samsung or get the New iPad, make sure that you transact with a reputable company like eCycle Best.