Best Android tablets

Don't want an Apple iPad? We round-up the best Android tablets currently available on the market

The Apple iPad is currently the king of the tablet market, but Android tablets are set to have a big say in 2011 and beyond. Samsung, Optus, Telstra and Dell have currently released models in Australia, but the likes of Motorola, HTC, Sony Ericsson and LG are all launching tablets in 2011.

We roundup the best Android tablets currently available in Australia.

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HTC Flyer

The HTC Flyer Android tablet attempts to distinguish itself from the competition by offering a 'Scribe' pen to take notes and drawings.

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  • Manufacturer:
  • 16th Feb., 2011
  • Ross Catanzariti
  • HTC
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  • Pros:
  • Brushed steel body, Scribe pen, HTC Sense optimised for larger screen, 32GB internal memory
  • Cons:
  • Android 2.4 rather than 3.0, No confirmed Australian release date

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