The iPad has some new competition, and it is called the Google tablet. No one knows much about the tablet, but what information I could dig up is included below. Everybody wants to own some sort of tablet device nowadays. Whether you buy the iPad or a Nook or a Kindle. People love these small computers that are convenient and easy to carry everywhere. You can use them to read books and surf the web and you will not have to be weighed down with a heavy laptop.
However, if you are one of those people who are looking forward to its’ release, then, whether or not you will purchase one is not in question. The point is that it is bound to be a hot item because it was created by the largest and most prosperous web-based company in history. Google makes so many wonderful programs. They took over with their clean search engine and then with Gmail.
Google is really good at making great efficient things. So their tablet will be great as well, no question about it. The tablet created by Google makes a great gift for people who already own an iPad and want to give a similar gift to someone.
Operating System and Browser: As you would have thought, the Google tablet features the Android operating system and Chrome browser. These two are popular Google favorites that are fast and reliable
Manufacturer: The tablet is manufactured by HTC who is an expert in creating mobile devices. This expertise and knowledge makes them the perfect company to employ to construct a tablet.
Internet Service Provider: Even though Google and Verizon had some previous disagreements, they are now holding to their promise to unite and collaborate.
Launch Date: The tablet was strategically set to be released on one of the busiest shopping days of the year: Black Friday of 2010, when the average person is more willing to spend money on a new gadget.
Hardware: The tablet has some innovative features including: a touch screen, webcam, 2 gigabytes of random access memory, bluetooth, wireless internet and 3G.
To match the Apple iPad’s ten million unit sales, Google has a long and difficult road ahead. One notable advantage the tablet has over the iPad is that it supports flash. iPad enthusiasts will appreciate a little rivalry in the market so that prices will drop. Now, everyone is wondering about what Google has in store for us next. Google TV?