PC World magazine looks at the cameras in front and back of three new tablet products - the Apple iPad 2, Motorola Xoom and Samsung Galaxy Tab - as well as the iPhone 4, iPod Touch and a current Canon digital camera. Motorola Xoom comes out on top among the tablets.
"Odds are, if you ask anyone waiting in line for an iPad 2, they'll list plenty of reasons why they're lusting after Apple's latest camera-equipped tablet.
According to our lab tests, image quality isn't going to be one of them. In this case, megapixels did matter, and the iPad 2's 0.69-megapixel sensor turned out iPod Touch-esque results. On a bright note, the new iPad does shoot decent video, and it even outscored a dedicated video-capture device in that realm. Not too shabby."
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