Consumer Reports has placed the new iPad at the top of tablets

New iPad

Apple Inc’s new iPad has achieved the top position in the Consumer Reports’ list of tablets. Although, the new iPad comes with the issue of overheating but this has not decrease its hot value in the eyes of consumers.

Samsung Galaxy Tab[hana-code-insert name=’StumbleUpon’ /][hana-code-insert name=’Reddit’ /] Consumer Reports, the company which review a broad range of products, has reported that after testing a range of tablets including Google’s Android operated devices such as Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1, it has been found that the issues of higher temperatures are common and is not a concern to consider.

About the issue of heat, the non-profit group has reported that at maximum brightness on a 90-degree day, the new iPad peaked at 122 degrees Fahrenheit while running an intense action game for 45 minutes while iPad 2 peaked at 112 degrees under similar conditions. The Galaxy reached at 121 degrees and the Asus Transformer Prime goes to 117 degrees.

It has been reported that although the iPad’s battery charged slowly when “Infinity Blade II” ran at full screen brightness but still it has longer battery life than all other tablets. “The problem was limited to times when the device was playing a demanding game with the screen fully bright,” it said.

“Our findings suggest that if you’re a serious gamer, you might want to manage how you use the new iPad by reducing screen brightness when possible,” Consumer Reports’ Paul Reynolds said in the supplemental report, released a few hours after its Monday report about recommendation of the tablet.

“Other consumers should find little of concern in our extended tests, on either the heat or recharging issues.”

The new iPad has hit the 3 million units of sale since its launch last month. This new iPad has a sharper display and works on faster 4G wireless technology.

Among other recommendations are 10.1-inch Toshiba Excite 10LE for its light weight and thin shape, Pantech’s new 8-inch Element for its water resistance and longer battery life, Sony Tablet P, which is great for reading e-books and Galaxy Tab 7.7 with the first OLED screen giving wide viewing angle.

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