When 2012 ended, and recapitulation of the year that was in blogs and reviews were made, most of it was Android talk. Talk of the Nexus 7, Nexus 10, the Asus Transformer Pad series and much more. We expect that Android will keep the flow this year, if not increase its figures with a new gameplan to drive home iPad’s favoritism. Already on the list of 2013 Android-ians are six tablets. Rumoured as so, these tablets will make their entry into the market soon. The ruler of the tablet kingdom is still the Apple iPad with worldwide commitment and resolution to abide by its promising and powerful ruler. Still Android had a populous of loyalists of its own all through 2012. This probably encouraged Android which resulted in some of the best of droid slates yet. Take for example the Asus-built Nexus 7. Yeah, the 7-inch tablet with vanilla Android, a firm formidible body and sound pricing. Also the Nexus 10, high resolution display at a reasonable cost. Then there’s the entire Transformer Pad series that looked, worked and performed great, plus they came with regular updates to Android Jelly Bean. Asus in fact beat Sprint and Verizon in the Jelly Bean race outrunning their Galaxy Nexus smartphones ahead of time to eat up a triumphant chunk of profits and precedence. 2013 Android launches should include devices set to take on the iPad, iPad mini, and Windows 8. The Nexus 7.7 seems promising. Given that the Nexus 7 stole the show as one of the best and most popular tablets of 2012 merging in it top stuff specifications at a good good rate, and with the Vanilla OS. So Google now wants to bring out another Nexus, but has chosen to go with LG instead this time. The LG-made Nexus 7.7 will possibly replace the Nexus 7 with improved features like a bigger sized display amongst other specifications. Like the fact that rumours pledge that it will have a pixel resolution of 1920 X 1200 and 294 ppi. That it will work on a Tegra 4 CPU from NVIDIA along with 8 GB of storage. We deduce that it will have two cameras, one up front and the other of higher quality at the back. This will perhaps be brought to us by May this year. Ainol Electronics is another tablet technology Company that intends to roll out quality tablets built around Android at low costs. This Company landed runner up for “Best Tablet of the Year” at CES. Continued effort in this direction is seen through introduction of the Novo Quad Core Series of Android tablets which includes the Novo 7 Venus. The Novo 7 Venus is similar to the Nexus 7 tablet in some ways although not able to equal itself to the latters features. Its got a Quad Core processor, 1280×800 IPS screen display, 16GB worth of memory and also a front facing camera. It also comes pre-installed with the Android O/S and Google Play Store, a 2-megapixel rear camera, an HDMI 1080p port, Ethernet as well as 3G/4G Wireless connection via its USB port with 3G/4G USB adapter. The Novo Hero II entered shelves this month and is a 10 inch Android tablet with compliment worthy features like a quad core processor and 1280×800 IPS display. The Novo 9 Spark rumored to be out in February also has a Quad Core processor plus a 9.7 inch 2048×1536 (Retina) screen, and a 10,000 mAh powered battery, and a 5 Megapixel Rear Camera with AF. It also has 4K Digital HDMI, These quads pack a lot into the tablet. We want to see more of the kind at reasonable prices without making concessions on other features.