Tablets Design Trends For 2012

Tablets are used more and more to replace laptops and have a better experience when going mobile. You can do almost everything you want with a tablet from reading a book to playing a nice game with your friends. There are a lot of applications developed for iOS or Android or Windows depending your tablet OS. A lot of people are expecting same functionality no matter the brand but many of us are taking into account design when decide to buy one. We made a selection of current trends and designs for tablets on the market and welcome you to take a look if you haven’t decided yet what to chose.

 Asus Transformer Pad Infinity

Chiclet QWERTY keyboard with extended battery life. Easily transform from tablet to notebook.Metallic spun finished design with 8.5mm ultra-slim profile makes the Infinity sexy to be seen with.
A 2MP front and 8MP rear auto focus camera with LED flash, plus large F/2.2 aperture and backlit sensor produces outstanding low-light performance when taking pictures. With a brilliant 600 nits outdoor readable Super IPS+ display with ultra-wide 178° viewing angle, incredible FHD 1920 × 1200 resolution and ASUS SonicMaster Sound technology, we bring you a real multimedia powerhouse, all in an ultraportable tablet.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (7.0 inch)

The Samsung Galaxy Tab™ brings you the media you want and keeps you connected with anyone, anytime. Compact and light, you can keep in touch with people and content through 3G connectivity, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth 3.0. With a battery life of up to 13 hours* and a crisp TFT-LCD display, you’re free to communicate, update, and enjoy.
Bury yourself in all of your favorite books, magazine and newspapers with just a touch of the screen with the pre-loaded NOOK™ by Barnes & Noble eBookstore. Access all of your important documents as well as create new ones via Quickoffice, which is compatible with Microsoft Office Applications such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Experience the ultimate Full HTML Internet viewing experience with Adobe Flash for watching videos and animations on the incredible 7″ LCD display.

Asus Padfone

ASUS Padfone is a 3-in-1 gadget – smartphone, tablet and keyboard dock can connect to. The beauty is that the smartphone has suffered greater changes in the designcompared to the first model introduced in 2011. Tablet and keyboard dock site aresimilar to those of the ASUS Transformer.
The smartphone is sleek, slim and can compete with the latest models of smartphoneson the market. They circulated rumors that ASUS Padfone will come with Tegra 3, but will not be so. Padfone phone comes equipped with Qualcomm 8260 processor at 1.5 GHz,4.3-inch AMOLED screen Super and qHD resolution (960 x 540), 1GB LPDDR2 RAM,storage capacity is 16GB, 32GB or 64GB eMMC Flash and comes with the Android 4.0.The battery has a capacity of 1520mAh intended to provide a range of up to 650 minutesof talk. It is very lightweight, weighing just 129g without battery and has a thickness of9.2mm. Padfone the main room comes with an 8MP, Fuji, F2.2 aperture, autofocus and LED flash. Can shoot in Full HD.
The tablet is equipped with a 10.1 inch screen with resolution of 1280 x 800, a 6600mAhbattery with a mission to increase the autonomy of the gadget, a 1.3 MP front camera,phone and GPS antenna, High Quality audio and SonicMaster technology, 40-pin dockconnector and Micro-USB connection interfaces and Micro-HDMI to connect your phone.ASUS Padfone brain is the smartphone. Note that the tablet screen and the phone arewith Corning Gorilla Glass technology.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

With an impressive display, GALAXY Note 10.1 provides multi-screen functionality to maximize efficiency when it comes to learning, work or creative activities. More specifically, multi-screen functionality enables users to simultaneously operate multiple tasks. They will be able to view web pages, video clips or other applications, as I write orsketch ideas.
GALAXY Notes Notes 10.1 S has a unique and effective tool that allows combiningsketches with notes on or multimedia information, images and other media, to customizetheir sites storyboard. Basically, you offer a new way to create stories, as providesvarious templates for minutes of meetings, recipes, diaries, business cards,newspapers, magazines and more.
Providing an intuitive interface, multitasking and Web browsing, GALAXY Notes 10.1runs Android OS 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) powered by a 1.4GHz dual-core processorand HSPA + connectivity. The device also allows real time transmission of video and HDvideo files

Sony Tablet P

Simply, we have to say that the Sony Tablet P is a quirky little one – that’s because our curiosities are stirred upon gazing it for the first time. Thinking about it more, to us, it seems as though Sony has reinvented the clutch bag because when it’s closed, it really looks like some kind of modern one. Thankfully, its unusual design contributes to its allure, but at the same time, we’re content with its overall sturdy build quality – even despite its all-plastic body. Unlike most of its rivals, the Sony Tablet P is easily tucked away in a bag due to its smaller footprint when it’s closed, thus, making it extremely travel friendly. Ultimately, we have to give kudos to Sony for concocting something that easily captures our attention, especially when it’s one of the few tablets to stay away from the usual slab design. Sony Tablet P comes to the table bearing two displays sizing up at 5.5-inches a piece. Considering that each 5.5” TruBlack LCD panel boasts a resolution of 1024 x 480, it’s detailed enough to make out fine text without much fluff. Along with that, it’s true to its name because the color black is prominently, you know, really dark in tone. Furthermore, its cooler production enables colors to jump out at us – though, its viewing angles are questionable since distortion is evident at moderate angles.

Lenovo Idealpad Yoga

Following closely the new operating system features, IdeaPad Yoga supports two modesof use: one conventional, the keyboard and touchpad are the principal means for interacting with applications and a working alternative that promises an experience like a tablet. To do this, IdeaPad Yoga is equipped with a capacitive touch screen that can be opened at an angle of 360 °, was eventually folded back side.
In tablet mode, keyboard and touchpad are disabled and laptop body can take a supportrole to support the screen, freeing hands for other activities.
Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga is equipped with a 13.3 inch, 1600×900 pixel resolution thatruportă and LED lighting. Just as in the case of a real tablet, the screen is protected by amineral glass shield on whose surface we can apply multi-touch gestures with up to 10fingers simultaneously.

Toshiba Excite LE 10

Toshiba Excite 10 receives the title “world’s thinnest tablet”. The 10.1-inch comes withonly 7.7 mm thick and has a display made ​​of Corning Gorilla Glass, resistant to shocks and scratches.
As equipment comes with a Texas Instruments OMAP 4430 processor 1.2 GHz, 16GBstorage and 32GB and 1GB RAM. The tablet has two cameras, one primary and onesecondary 2MP 5MP, and microHDMI microUSB port, microSD card slot and 3.2operating system Android Honeycomb can be updated with 4.0. In terms of connectivityfeatures WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1 and is equipped with Gyroscope, Accelerometer, GPS,eCompass and Ambient Light Sensor.
Dimensions are approximately 256 x 175 x 7.7 mm and weighs 535 grams and the battery provides a range of up to 8 hours.

Apple The New iPad

The new iPad it’s a device that from the outside looks remarkably like the iPad 2 but with an overhaul on the innards.
The question most people ask us when it comes to the new iPad is: what’s different from the old one? The new iPad has a Retina Display that makes everything looks superbly crisp, an updated A5X processor bringing quad-core graphics and a 5MP camera on the rear with a VGA sensor on the front, also is the device that brings iOS 5.1. The design of the new iPad isn’t really anything different from the original duo from Apple’s tablet range. Looks almost identical to the iPad 2.



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One Response to “Tablets Design Trends For 2012”

  1. Very nice collection. Thanks for sharing. But why I don’t see Google Nexus 7 tablet? and maybe also Kindle fire?