When it comes to tablet shopping, it pays to study the various offerings. Here, courtesy of the Washington Post, is a comparison of the various major players in the tablet PC industry. Some of these, like the Microsoft Surface, are speculative in nature or incomplete. Others, like the iPad and Kindle Fire, are based on their more current iterations.
While we don’t have all the information, what we do have is very interesting. Surface has the largest display, but the iPad has the most screen resolution. The iPad is the most expensive, and the Kindle Fire has some competition on the lowest end. The best looking combination of price and features looks to be, shockingly, the Google Nexus 7. It has more memory and a similar amount of storage as the Kindle Fire, has a camera where the Fire lacks one, and is the thinnest and lightest of the various tablets.
Of course, Microsoft has a lot of information yet to be released about its tablet, including price point, so the tablet war is finally getting interesting.