Wednesday, 16 December 2015

HP ElitePad 1000 vs Lenovomiix210 vs Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet :Hot cake is......................

HP ElitePad 1000                                                                                                                                                                                                                The ElitePad is a solid Windows 8.1 Pro tablet prioritising longevity over performance. The ElitePad is Crisp, clear, bright colors and high brightness display; aluminum design; decent cameras; good speakers Helpful HP IT software preloaded; Good rear camera; Versatile optional dock.                                                                                                                                                        The ElitePad has a 10.1-inch IPS display featuring a native pixel-resolution of 1920 x 1200, up from the Elitepad 900's 1280 x 800. It's a great resolution for the size of the device.                          Its touchscreen panel is very bright and easily viewable outdoors when set to full brightness. It offers excellent, near-180-degree viewing angles and is scratch resistant, with an anti-smudge coating that makes it easy to clean. Corning's Gorilla Glass 3's presence means it's also tough to boot. Touch input works flawlessly, allowing you to pick out icons, text and cursor points with good accuracy.                                                                                                                                               Driven by a quad-core 64 bit Intel Bay Trail class processor, the HP ElitePad 1000 G2 isn’t intended to compete with top-of-the-line specs. But it’s also no slouch, boasting a normal speed of 1.6 GHz, and a “burst” speed of 2.4 GHz. We’ve already seen what Intel’s speed bursts can do in Acer’s Android tablets, and it’s quite impressive.                                                                             Although this ElitePad may not measure up to higher end devices like theMicrosoft Surface Pro 3, it’s definitely nothing to be trifled with. And it’s certainly adequate for day-to-day corporate usage, as long as you’re not trying to play high end 3D games on your breaks. Not that the Intel HD4000 display subsystem would be good for that anyway. All this is rounded out by 4 GB of RAM and a 64 GB internal SSD.                                                                                                                                                                                            The battery life on the tablet is fairly good, lasting 7 hours 35 minutes on rundown test. The HP ElitePad 900 lasted a bit longer (8:23), while the Microsoft Surface 3 Pro (8:55) had the longest-lasting solo battery among the devices compared. The longest-living device, however, was the Dell Venue 11 Pro, which only lasted 6:29 as a tablet alone, but extended this to 9:18, thanks to a secondary battery in the docking keyboard.                                                                                              Specs

Responsive: The touch screen’s anti-smudge technology helps support Windows 8.1 and the OS’s educational and productivity programs and apps
Rugged: Milled aluminum chassis can survive tough educational environments
Efficient: Intel Atom processor provides plenty of power to run Windows 8.1 apps while preserving battery life
Processor: 1.6GHz Intel Atom Z3795
OS: Microsoft Windows 8.1
Display: 10.1-inch LED touch screen
Graphics: Intel HD Integrated Graphics
Memory: 4GB RAM
Storage: 64GB solid-state drive                                                                                                                                                          Price:$800
VS                                                                                                                                         Lenovomiix210                                                                                                                .                        The new Miix 2 10 is not just a subtle update of the predecessor: in addition to a current-generation Bay Trail Atom processor and a significantly higher-resolution display, the Miix 2 10 makes use of a magnetic latch system to secure the tablet portion to the included keyboard dock in a fixed position - a quite interesting take on the more traditional hybrid tablet-concept with a detachable keyboard like theAsus Transformer Book T100TA-C1-GR Convertible. Of course, there are also hybrids which have the keyboards attached at all times, like Lenovo's own IdeaPad Yoga 2 11 Convertible. The Yoga is more powerful, features a slightly larger display, but is also heavier and bulkier.
At the time of writing, Lenovo offers a version of the Miix 2 10 with 64 GB of eMMC storage for $500; our review model costs $100 more and ships with 128 GB flashinstead.
The 10-inch Miix 2 has a high-res 1,920x1,200 display and a clever magnetic keyboard dock. The 128GB SSD is large for a hybrid tablet.                                                               Performance and battery life                                                                                                           The Miix 2 (10-inch) has a 10.1 inch screen. It has a resolution of 1,920 by 1,200 pixels. This measures out to 224 PPI pixels-per-inch (PPI), making it sharper than average for a tablet display. The Miix 2 (10-inch) has a battery life of 8 hours with typical use, which is typical for a tablet. Keep in mind that this is an average figure, and actual battery life largely depends on the strain a tablet is under at any given time. Reading an e-book consumes far less power than watching a high definition video, for example.                                                                        The Miix 2 (10-inch) is powered by a a quad core Intel Atom Z3740 system on a chip. Its clock speed is 1.3 GHz, which is about average for a tablet processor. With a quad core processor, this tablet will be more effective at multitasking compared to tablets with single core CPUs.                                                                                                                                              The base version of the Miix 2 (10-inch) houses a healthy 128 GB of internal storage, making it an ideal choice for users looking to have a lot of music, videos, and pictures on the go.
If 128 GB isn't enough, you can expand its storage by up to 32 GB via microSD card. The Miix 2 (10-inch) has two cameras, a 2 megapixel front camera and a 5 megapixel rear camera. Its camera doesn't autofocus, which can hurt image quality. All tablets have WiFi connectivity to connect to local wireless networks. This model also has a Bluetooth 4.0 connection to pair with various accessory devices.

but,The keyboard and touchpad have just enough lag and ergonomic weirdness to discourage productivity, and the fixed angle may not work for you. The pokey Atom processor is better suited for some Windows tasks than others.
THE BOTTOM LINE With a bigger screen than most Windows tablets and an included keyboard dock, the 10-inch Lenovo Miix 2 tries to walk the line between entertainment and productivity, but it's still a few keyboard tweaks away from success.                                                                                                                                    Price:$499.99
VS                                                                                                                                                        Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet                                                                                                                  Sony's previous Xperia Tablet Z was an incredibly slender piece of kit, measuring only 6.9mm thick, but the new model has managed to slice off even more, coming in at only 6.4mm. Its slimness is immediately noticeable when you pick the slate up as it feels like a thin pamphlet. At 426g it's very light as well, which should help make it comfortable to use for longer periods.Design-wise, not much has changed since the previous model. The front is a button-free, all glass design, while the back panel is a wide expanse of matte black plastic, with the minimal Sony branding in the middle. Like its predecessor, the Z2 Tablet is completely waterproof, allowing it to shrug off an errant spilled drink or let you dunk it in the sink to rinse off smeary fingerprint marks.The 10.1-inch display boasts a Full HD resolution, making it well equipped to tackle glossy, high definition shows on Netflix. It's not quite matching the iPad Air's whopping 2048x1536-pixel resolution, although side-by-side, I doubt you'd notice much difference.On the back of the tablet is an 8-megapixel camera which should be at least good enough for some Instagram shots of whatever you've cooked that evening.Stuffed into that skinny frame is a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, clocked at an impressive 2.3GHz, backed up by 3GB of RAM.                                                                                      Specifications
Display type10.1 in
ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 2.3 GHz
Dimensions (WxDxH)0.25 in
Weight15.03 oz                              

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