Thanks to a tip from Christian Schrade and Jakob Otto, we’ve come across a very interesting piece of article on, making a top of the best tablets on the market. 13 models are included and they each get points for the form factor, display, CPU, camera, connectivity, battery and price. Moto Xoom emerged as the winner and the rest you can see below.

Xoom triumphed in the CPU department, with its dual core Tegra 2 processor and its battery was also a winner, with its 10 hours of functioning time, provided by the 6500 mAh power source. The Moto slate goes for $599 and it gets 29 points in the tabletcommunity analysis, the same score as the second placed Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1.

This model lacks points in the connectivity section, as it doesn’t support 4G LTE, like the Xoom, but it makes up big time in the camera section, with an 8MP sensor at the back and packing a more powerful 6850mAh battery. 699 EUR is the price tag of choice. The LG Optimus Pad 3D tablet came in third (25 points), with a $699 price tag and lacking points in the storage space and design sections.

We find the iPad 2 on the seventh place, with 22 points and an appealing $499 price.