No-Brand Tablets better than PCs?
Recently, the latest in consumer patterns for Tablets reveal that No-Brand Tablets, now-a-days being called as 'white-box' tablets are growing in sales by a whopping 19.6% (source DisplaySearch a released consumer analytics firm). Some of the reasons attributed for this are as varied as slow economic growth to lower prices of these manufacturer-direct tablets, especially from China and local providers. However, what No-Brand Tablets deliver is on the technology adoption, with close to 44 percent worldwide shipments, more so from China, the cradle of No-Brand tablet manufacturers. PCs sales have plummeted drastically while No-Branded Tablets entrench themselves more in expanding consumer base.
No-Brand Tablet Performance is similar to PC performance
PC is yet considered as the measuring dip for most of the modern devices making their debut. PC is due on its last few laps before newer, faster and more capable technology will replace it entirely.
Ever since tablets have debuted, the debate of the end of PCs with the arrival of the final rival has been making the rounds. However, this is likely to happen only in a few years time. This is because the tablet brigade does not yet match the cost-effective hardware and processor capacities available for PCs.
However, the storage, and other core features such as CPU, RAM, screen resolution etc in PCs are considered more powerful, yet the superlative performance of tablets can not be denied either.
This is large because of the mobility factor that Tablets have while PCs seem rather restrained. Neverheless, the present status quo is that Tablets augment core PC computing time by being able to use more conveniently and has greater number of applications are possible in comparison to sedate PCs.
Beside, software delivery across platforms for the PC is higher in comparison to Tablets. However, No-brand Tablets remain favorites as these come with Android 2.1 ver, the latest in tablet OS.
Cutting-edge Android Tablets Technology
Android Tablet PC uses Cortex A-8 and A-9 processors. These are stand-alone chips that any of the Smart Phone / Tablet manufacturers can source and assemble. Even Samsung Galaxy tablet, the present viral smart tablet, uses the same Cortex A-9 architecture to offer those rave features that is increasing its user base by the thousands every week.
No-Brand Tablets are giving you this core architecture, along with the same technology sans the expensive price tag of Samsung Galaxy tablet or a Motorola Xoom and other leading names in the segment.
Lower specifications will further reduce Non-Branded Tablet costs
Additionally, 'Whitebox' Tablet has another advantage, you could choose to own a tablet that is at least one version lower than the current version of the OS currently in use and make a substantial savings (almost to the tune of half the cost price ). You will continue to experience all the eulogized features of Branded Tablet PCs but without the exorbitant prices.
For example, a Chinese-manufactured Sumixe Android 2.1 Tablet with 7 inch Multi-Touch screen WiFi, HDMI, Camera costs as less as $ 146.94. There is even a wholesale price for institutional sales at $ 127.06.