With a thick pixel density it is a satisfying device that can lure those people who have limitations over screen control when it comes to bigger screens.
If you are looking for a good gaming tablet that is not overly priced or not expensive at all, Nexus 7 is the one for you.
Google Play is attracting more and more apps and games for Nexus.
Asus Transformer Pad TF700
If you are really looking for a portable gaming device that has a bigger screen then 4 inches, then there is no point in having a dual-core tablet for quad-core Tegra 3 devices are readily available in the market and are suitably priced as well.
The newest addition to Transformer line of tablets by Asus is one of the best options in the market, not only as a gaming alternative but also for work and entertainment.
Though it does not have an HD display but the pixel density is better than most of the competition. Its Tegra 3 processor is clocked at 1.7 GHz, the best in the market, so far. Moreover, it has a 1 GB DDR3 RAM helping out in the daily chores.
Its 10-inch screen gives a bigger display than the likes of Nexus 7 and Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7.
The connecting optional keyboard dock is a major plus in the package. It actively ‘transforms’ the tablet into a workable laptop, hence the brand name.
The graphics are good and games like Rapide GP run smoothly. It comes with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
The New iPad
2012 brought Retina Display, Apple’s signature screen resolution technology, to its flagship tablet. However, along with it came the A5X dual-core chip with a quad-core GPU.
The iPad 2 was already the king of gaming slates but the new iPad has no rivals so far when it comes to graphics efficiency and crisp display.
Moreover, there are tons of applications and games that are already taking advantage of more than 3 million pixels on the 9.6-inch screen.