Tablets Prices – Motorola XOOM, ASUS EEEPAD, LG Optimus Pad & Acer Iconia A100

android logoIf you are the one who is looking for buying the tablets then we will tell you about what are the prices of the four most popular tablets which takes the lead in Android space. Honeycomb which is the newest and the latest release from the Android’s table which is termed as the version 3.0 and needs a minimum of above 1 GHz of processing speed and most of them comes fitted with the Tegra 2 dual core processors which comes in Motorola’s Xoom tablets which has been an official flagship release from none other than Google’s Android of Honeycomb 3.0 version. Though one of the tablet which is Motorola Xoom is launched in some parts of the World there are 3 more tablets which are Asus’s EePad, LG Optimus Pad and also the Acer Iconica A100 which sports the latest Android’s Honeycomb version.
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So, let’s check out on what are the prices of the four tablets namely Motorola Xoom, Asus EePad, LG Optimus Pad and also the Acer Iconica A100 in the below table:

Tablet Name All inclusive Rate
Motorola Xoom 800$
ASUS EePad 550$
LG Optimus Pad 999$
Acer Iconica A100 599$

While there are many more Android’s Honeycomb powered tablets which will be coming up very soon in the Market as the year has just begun. There are more future versions of Android which are still to come in the near time.

2 Comments
  1. Reply Jose Casas May 31, 2011 at 11:19 pm

    Full disclosure. Currently, I am not a fan of the crop of tablets in the market today. What is out there (regardless of brand) are just pure “toys” for me. I do not do social networking nor games. Want to minimize my techie “stuff” inventory.

    I will consider a tablet with the configuration below. I believe this would be a truly PORTABLE, POWERFUL, SINGLE combination alternative to having (1) a “communication/convenience/entertainment” device (tablet) AND (2) a PC for serious computing work.

    Samsung Galaxy form factor

    Full Cell phone call capable (CDMA/GSM) – 3 or 4G thru BT (either on ear device or car’s BT wireless communicator) – not just Google Talk or Skype

    BT enabled to pair with my car’s BT audio system wireless connection to play music stored in the tablet (maybe already available)

    Semi-full size BT keyboard/case (already available)

    Available USB 2 or 3 port/s

    Available docking device to connect to an external larger LCD monitor, full-size keyboard, printer, optical drive, external HD, etc (?) to really replace my office/home notebook

    Enough processor power (Intel/AMD dual core or higher), storage to support a full PC OS (Windows 7 or Mac OS), Internet Browser (IE9, FF4, Chrome, Safari, etc) and DATA!

    Sufficient battery life (replaceable) with AC/DC charging/connectivity capability

    Do you think this config for a tablet system has market and production potential? Or better yet, is there one already out there?

    José Casas
    Georgetown, DE

  2. Reply ScrtaznMn March 29, 2011 at 4:56 pm

    Unfortunately, all of the Android-based pads may be doomeed from the start.

    The Tsunami in Japan has crippled chip fabrication and Apple had already locked in contracts with all the chip manufacturers common to Androi and iPad2.

    Delivery will go to Apple first before it goes to any Android-based pad manufacturers.

    The iPad2 becomes the defacto standard in pads until manufacturing ramps up for the other pads.

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