Android 4.1.1 just made itself available on the AOSP servers yesterday, and evidently it’s wasting no time in heading towards the world’s first Jelly Bean tablet. The ASUS-built Nexus 7 is now receiving the update — a 12.6MB download that boosts the version number to 4.1.1. Our in-house unit isn’t pulling down the new edition just yet (nor is our Galaxy Nexus), so it seems to be one of Google’s typical phased releases. At any rate, Android Central is reporting that the code “improves performance and responsiveness system wide,” while also adding Google Wallet to your app library. Seeing anything else? Let us know in comments below!
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While I was searching for the good Android Tablet, I found that there is no good Android Tablet in the market yet. So I decided to create a blog about it and update the latest information on it.
Here are the list of best android tablets.
- Motorola Xoom
- Samsung Galaxy Android Tablet PC
- Archos Internet Tablet
- eLocity A7 Android Tablet PC
- ViewPad from ViewSonic
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- Latest Tablet PC and Ebook ReadersGoogle Nexus 7 Tablet (16 GB)Price: $223.30Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1-Inch, Wi-Fi)Price: $329.00Apple iPad MC705LL/A (16GB, Wi-Fi, Black) 3rd GenerationPrice: $496.99Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (7-Inch, Wi-Fi)Price: Too low to displayToshiba Thrive 10.1-Inch 8 GB Android Tablet AT105-T108Price: $230.00