Consumer Reviews Of Ipad
Consumer reports have finally ended their reviews sessions and finally have their top ten tablets listed and ready to go. Although there seems to be a little more competition this time, Apple is still undefeated, and it’s going to take a lot more than this puny activity to topple it from first place. Apple has just about everything cornered starting with quality and ending with price. Consumer Reports does a great job in pointing all the little ups and downs that show why the iPad is in “pole position”.
The iPad 2 toppled down the competition with ease and established itself comfortably on first place. Then the places 2, 3 and 5 were occupied by the various configurations that came for the iPad 2: with 3G without 3G the 16 GB version and the 32 GB version. The Motorola Xoom was the only one that managed to survive in top five being situated on 4th place.
The top five tablets and the Samsung Galaxy Tab that came on sixth place were all placed with the “purchase” sigil from Consumer Reports which means that if you ever need, or feel like purchasing a tablet, one of those six should find its way into your arms.
So what does actually make Apple stand out? Apparently it isn’t a single thing that happens to make the iPad better than what the competition can come with. That would be virtually impossible, especially at the rate technology is stolen these days. It comes to all the little things that added up makes a big advantage. If you would look at the review made on the Customer Reports website, most of the tablets are completely identical. Just about all of them come with capacitive touch screens, Wi-Fi connectivity and GPS. But if you would look at all the features embedded in the iPad and (for the first time in history) check the price, you would see that not only the iPad is faster and stronger than the competition, but it is also cheaper.
Consumer Reports also noticed that, of all the tablets, the iPad has the best screen by far. Many others have tried to copy the Retina technology developed by Apple but without success, thus the iPad remains the device with the largest viewing angle, the sharpest color and the screen design. If Samsung would have embedded their high tech Super AMOLED screen in their Galaxy Tabs, they might have stood a chance at this chapter, but their TFT screen is simply not enough to provide the iPad with some real competition.
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