Price Range: $439-$839
Screen Size: 7"
Operating System: RIM
Pros: Lightweight, access to flash
Cons: Fewer apps than Android and IOS, must tether to cell phone
The coolest out-of-the-box feature is HDMI output, which means this device can serve as your laptop when giving presentations. iPad users have to shell out an extra $40 for this . But this tablet lacks what every other tablet has: a cellular data connection. You have to pair it to your cell phone through Bluetooth to get a connection to cellular data services. Also, RIM did not adopt a common OS, which means no Apple or Android apps are available. But it does have a camera, microphone and PDF viewer. If you’re already addicted to your Blackberry you probably won’t notice the limitations, but if you’ve used other devices (especially from Apple) you’ll be disappointed.