If you need a super-ultra-portable tablet, you might take a look at RIM's Blackberry Playbook. It's a 7 inch tablet capable of performing tasks equal to it's larger rivals. Measuring 5.1" tall, 7.6" wide, and 0.4" deep, the Playbook is so compact it can easily be mistaken for a digital picture frame. As for performance, it is just as powerful as it's counterparts. Sporting a 1 GHz dual-core processor and 1 GB of RAM, Playbook has full computing power in a tablet format.
The operating system for Blackberry Playbook was completely designed from the ground up by RIM. The Blackberry Tablet OS is a powerful, user-friendly Unix like technology. The web browser for the Playbook is Adobe Flash 10.1 enabled and has built in support for HTML 5. BPB hosts 2 stereo speakers and dual front and rear facing camera. The forward facing camera is 3 Megapixel HD while the rear camera is 5 MP HD capable of recording 1080p HD video. If you are a loyal Blackberry smartphone users, there is benefits to using the Playbook. For one, you can easily tether to a 3G network using your BlackBerry smartphone as a modem. As Blackberry smartphones take a stand in the corporate world, the Playbook will seamlessly pair up with the phone.
Depending on your needs, there are 3 models to choose from, 16GB, 32GB, or 64GB. Currently there are no 4G providers for the Playbook but rumor has it that RIM is working with AT&T and Verizon on creating a partnership using 4G LTE technology in the device. WiFi models current costs $199 (16GB), $249 (32GB), and $$299 (64GB).