When considering which tablet to buy, you need to consider what you are using the device for; you must consider the size, the power, the quality, its build and of course the price.
Apple iPad Air
This is the latest tablet that is liked for its lightness and thinness. It has a screen of 9.7 inches. It is very fast and is also future proof to a great extent, meaning it will not get outdated anytime in the near future. The iPad Air is rather like the iPad mini Retina, but upgraded. However, it does not have any “wow” features like the fingerprint scanner or the slow motion movie and so on. It offers a seamless experience. It is fast and functional, and you will not need an upgrade for a very long time. The tablet experience surpasses all others in the competition and it is the best tablet in terms of its applications and its performance. The price starts at $499 for the 16GB model.
iPad Mini with Retina Display
This is an upgraded version of the original iPad mini and it has enhanced features in all departments. Though it cannot beat the iPad Air, it has an equally good quality of the Retina panel. The scale is slightly smaller as the screen size is only 7.9 inches. The screen offers a resolution of 2048 x 1536 p, which gives a sharp pixel density of 326 ppi. The tablet is thin and very light. There are also a lot of applications for all types of purposes. Prices start from $250 to $650 for models ranging from 8GB to 64GB.
The Nexus range of devices comes from Google and they have always presented a benchmark for all Android devices. It delivers Android in its clean and pure form. It is a tablet that is 7 inches in screen size. After the Nexus 7 update, the tablet became even better. It offers a screen resolution of 1920 x 1200p. At the price at which it is offered, it is much better than any of the competition. It is both affordable and portable and offers the user access to a wide variety of applications from Google. However, the build is not as luxurious as the iPad Mini. If you want to save some money, you can invest in Google’s winner tablet at around $200.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1
The 2014 edition of the Galaxy Note 10.1 is a powerful tablet. Of course, it comes with a high price as well. However, you can also use it as a replacement for your laptop. It comes with a screen offering a super high resolution of 2560 x 1600p, which is amazing. Stylus is a very functional feature included in the tablet, known as the S Pen. It works smoothly and the feature of handwriting recognition features works very effectively as well. If you are looking for an Android device that is powerful, then this is the best choice. If you don’t mind the price, you can go for this version. Otherwise, the next option would be to go for the smaller and lighter Nexus 7 of 2013, but it is less powerful. It is available at around $350 for the 32GB version.
Samsung Galaxy TabPro 8.4
The tablet comes with a faux leatherback, but the pro is really good, in that it offers really professional features. It is a very powerful tablet powered by the Snapdragon S800 processor. It is slim and light and offers a great resolution with an Android OS. The battery life is excellent and the latest tweaking of the Stock Android with the use of the Magazine UX software is very impressive. It is a great combination of power and performance though the build may not be that entire premium. The price is around $350.
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