The first wave of tablets with products such as iPad and Galaxy, seen as a smart phone device with a widescreen. In IOS platform and Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) The new, optimized user interface. New applications not only display mutiple columns, but also has a high resolution.
Here are four platforms most commonly found in the tablets today. (1) IOS Apple IPad may resemble the iPhone interface, but the application interface makes the Apple tablet has the advantage than the iPod Touch is great. Advantages: Applications in large quantities Apple arguably is the first manufacturer to produce a modern tablet. Apple collects a large developer to develop a variety of applications, and developed a library of applications. Most new applications first appeared in IOS. Compatible with iPhone apps If not available iPad specific applications, you can use the application version of the iPhone on your iPad. You can save as no longer need to buy a version of the iPad if you already have an iPhone version. Rapid Performance IOS Apple's very cool. Almost no problems are found in these platforms. Shortage Unable to adjust screen Based interface application may be performed quickly but was unable to put the information directly on the home screen. So you need an application if you want ngetwit or checking email. Not compatible with Adobe Flash Although there is Apple's insistence that HTML 5 is the future of the dam instead of Flash, but still many sites that use animation engine owned by Adobe. This is the only platform that prohibit the Adobe Flash tablets, even for the third application. The file system can not be accessed Browser does not allow you to download files that are not recognizable, such as ZIP or EXE. Additionally, you can not just upload a previously downloaded file because you can not directly access the file structure. Tied at iTunes You need iTunes to activate your tablet and upload your multimedia files. So you are very tied to iTunes. However, five reported IOS release iPad with cloud-based services in the future. Tablets are using IOS IPAD iPad 2
The first wave of tablets with products such as iPad and Galaxy is seen as a smart phone device with a widescreen.In IOS platform and Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) The new, optimized user interface. New applications not only display mutiple columns, but also has a high resolution.Here are four platforms most commonly found in the tablets today.(2) Google AndroidAt present, Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) is Google's first operating system created specifically for the tablet, while the Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) for smart phones. In this paper, we will focus on Android 3.0 Honeycomb although devices like the HTC Android Gingerbread Flyer also exist.ProfitAdjusting to the "home screen"Not only can you put pessan information such as e-mails, tweets, and Facebook updates in the home screen, but you also can post updates without opening an application. In addition, there is an extensive library of widgets for personalizing your device.Integrated with Google servicesYou do not need to link your tablet PC. As long as you have a Google account, you can upload and synchronize all contacts, calendar, e-mail, even your photographs."File" can be downloaded and easily retrievedThe file system can be accessed as a PC, lets you add an attachment to an e-mail, download any file, even upload content to the storage service.Available in various types of devicesUnlike other platforms, open source nature of Android is available on a large number of devices on the market.ShortageSluggish performanceSometimes the performance is sluggish. Memory management system is not as smooth as it should.Fewer applications than the IOSApplications may be able to pursue IOS, but library applications, especially games, are still far behind the IOS.Potential fragmentation of the operating systemIt also happens to smart phone platforms, and feared to occur in the tablets as well. For Apple, any OS updates are always available for all users. However, this can not happen at Google as this depends on the operators do updates. This causes the update cycle is disrupted, even products that are stuck with outdated versions of the OS.Tablet Android (Honeycomb) is available atSamsung Galaxy 8.9LG Optimus PadAsus Eee Transformer PadAcer Iconia Tab A500Asus Eee Pad SliderMotorola Xoom
The first wave of tablets with products such as iPad and Galaxy, seen as a smart phone device with a widescreen.
In IOS platform and Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) The new, optimized user interface. New applications not only display mutiple columns, but also has a high resolution. Here are four platforms most commonly found in the tablets currently (3) HP webOS Created by Palm (now dead), the operating system webOS purchased by HP and TouchPad is the first tablet that uses this platform. Advantages Unique Interface Stack WebOS make any application to accumulate each other. This is a much more intuitive method to switch to antaraplikasi, and this is what distinguishes it from other platforms. Integrated with HP smart phones webOS Using Bluetooth, you can transfer calls and SMS from the HP smart phone to the tablet. URLs are also easily divided antarperangkat, and you can continue browsing. Keyboard that can be resized unique feature of this virtual keyboard can be resized according to the size of the hand and typing style tablet users. Disadvantages are relatively fewer applications There was a pause between the purchase and launch of Palm's first tablet this webOS. This mengakibatlan HP still have to woo developers again kep platforms and develop applications for webOS back. Adobe Flash Slow If you play games with Flash, you may get an unpleasant experience. webOS is available in tablet HP TouchPad