For now, Apples iPad seems to be the tablet of choice, but for those who don’t like Apple, or simply can’t afford to shell out that kind of money, there are several competitors out there that are giving the iPad2 a run for its money. T-Mobile and Sprint are just two of the four competitors out there with their own tablets to promote.
T-Mobile offers the following three tablets: 1) 7” Android 3.1 Springboard Tablet with Google, 2) 7” Android Tablet by Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.9 Plus and 3) The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1.
The Springboard’s, Size and Weight: Height: 7.48 inches, Width: 5.08 inches, Depth: 0.41 inches, and Weight: 14.1 oz. The battery life supports up to 7 hours of continuous use and 12 days of standby time. The display is 7-inch HD touch screen, it has a built in memory of 16GB expandable up to additional 32GB with Micro SD card and 1GB RAM. It is supported by Android browser and Adobe Flash player support. This tablet offers a 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera for photos, video capture and video chat. There is also a 5 megapixel rear-facing camera for HD photos and video capture. This tablet operates on a 1.2 GHz dual-core mobile processor and runs on the Androids Honeycomb platform. Here you can enjoy TV, games, music, books, magazines and the web on this perfectly portable 7-inch tablet. Plus you get a suite of preloaded applications, such as Netflix and Blockbuster just to name a few. You can also enjoy full-color magazines for free when you sign up, as well as free-streaming radio with millions of songs