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Most Android devices up till 4.0.x versions supported flash and HTML5 is a latest and dominant technology beyond 4.0.x, replacing the Flash.

However, with flash being widely used on major websites, the best tablets supporting flash are still in demand. Tablets from Amazon, Samsung, Acer, Asus, Lenovo, Coby, HTC, Motorola and Toshiba which meet the criteria of running versions prior to Android 4.1, support flash. Apple tablets running iOS do not support flash at all.

Check out our listing of the best tablets supporting flash to pick up one today.

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Zeepad 7

Zeepad 7.0- Tablet


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Zeepad 7.0
Visual Land Connect
Coby MID1065
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1
Afunta 9.2 inch
Zeepad 7.0- Tablet
Visual Land Connect 9-Inch Tablet
Coby MID1065 Tablet
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 N8000 16GB
Afunta 9.2 inch Android 4.0 Tablet
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Release Date
Jul 2013
May 2013
Mar 2013
Aug 2012
Apr 2013
Operating System
Android 4.0
Android 2.3 Gingerbread
Android 4.0
Android 4.0.3 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
Android 4.0.4
Installed RAM
512.0 MB
512.0 MB
1024.0 MB
16384.0 MB
512.0 MB
Networking Type
WiFi
Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
Integrated Wireless LAN
Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
Processor
8803 CORTEX A8
Cortex A8 1.2GHz
Cortex A9 Dual Core
Quad-core 1.4 GHz Exynos 4412
All Winner A13 1.0GHz
RAM Technology
DDR2
DDR3
SDRAM
DDR3
Screen Size(Diagonal)
7.0 inch
7.0 inch
10.1 inch
10.1 inch
9.2 inch
Weight
1.0 lb.
0.81 lb.
1.3 lb.
1.29 lb.
1.06 lb.
Front Webcam Resolution
0.3 MP
1.3 MP
0.3 MP
Flash Size
4.0 GB
8.0 GB
8.0 GB
8.0 GB

  • The Coby MID1065 is one of the least expensive 10-inch Android tablets you'll find. While it makes some performance sacrifices for a low price, its sharp display and healthy selection of ports make it worth considering if you're on a strict budget and need a large-screen slate.


  • The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is the first 10-inch Android tablet to offer compelling, consumer-friendly features the iPad can't match.


  • The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is ugly and innovative, powerful and limited, a success and a disappointment. With its superb quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM, it's the most powerful Android tablet yet, while its stereo speakers mean it's the best-sounding. Its Wacom-based S Pen and tailored apps/interface make it an amazing creativity tool, and it comes with some great pre-installed software like Photoshop Touch. On the other hand, its connectivity is restricted, while its looks, screen and battery life are merely average.

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    Samsung's Galaxy Note 10.1 aims to be all things to everyone, but ends up painting itself into an S-Pen niche.


Top 5 tablets supporting flash:

  1. Zeepad 7.0- Tablet
  2. Visual Land Connect 9-Inch Tablet
  3. Coby MID1065 Tablet
  4. Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 N8000 16GB
  5. Afunta 9.2 inch Android 4.0 Tablet