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Best tablets Spring 2012

The ranks of tablets have been steadily growing for well over a year now. We have a selection of the best tablet picks for Spring 2012. Bear in mind there will be lots more coming out this year but here are a few of our favourites for the time being.

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Apple iPad 3

The New iPad hasn’t quite kicked up the same storm that its predecessor did but don’t hold that against. Its screen has been doubled in resolution and you get the sparklingly new A5X processor which is powerful enough to run high quality games. It’s not yet available in the UK with 4G but you can get it with 16, 32 or 64 Gb memory. iPads are always considered a favourite they’re a very reliable machine and easy to get accustomed to, unfortunately there’s no Siri.

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Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime

The Asus Eee Pad Transformer is quite an alternative to the usual tablets we see. This device has much more power, a true techy could work wonders with this in their hands. The Nvidia Tegra 3 Quad Core processor affords an impressive 1.4 Gb RAM, which is a high point for tablets. The Eee Pad Transformer also has plenty of connective features so you can work on the way to work and then plug in. No tablet can match the new iPad’s screen but you still get high quality viewing with 1280 x 800 resolution.

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HP EliteBook 2760p Tablet PC

The HP EliteBook 2760P, ok ok so it’s not exactly a tablet, but it deserves a spot on this list. The 2760p is more of a transformer, it does service well as a laptop. The screen rotates 180 degrees so it’s easy to share what’s on your screen, an excellent feature if you’re in small meetings. The screen also folds down converting the laptop into a tablet, granted one with an entire keyboard underneath, but it’s still a tablet – sort of. Elitebooks are some of most powerful portable computers currently on the market and with the 2760p you have all that power on a handheld tablet.

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Acer Iconia Tab A500

The Acer Iconia Tab A500 is a very slimline machine. Acer is very good at making their technology look sophisticated and complex but giving it a very intuitive interface so have no fear! Although its successor the A510 is on its way we think that this tablet could be all that some people require. It has a full HD screen but unfortunately you don’t get a great range of choice on memory size. If 16 Gb is enough however (and really it is for the majority of us) then the A500 will make a great addition to your daily technology.

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Toshiba AT100 Tablet

An upstanding business tablet is all some people need. There are a lot of flash extras on some tablets but you are paying for premium technology with the Toshiba AT100. This isn’t a particularly expensive device, one if it’s more unique features is the replaceable back. You could in theory keep this tablet a long while, updating with new components when they become available rather than shelling out for a new tablet every 12 months or so.

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