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The Top 5 Tablets Every Businessman Should Have

Updated on May 15, 2013

As an entrepreneur, there are many gadgets these days that you can use to manage the daily affairs of your business effectively. One of which is the tablet. But with so many brands and models out in the market today, it sure is challenging to select the right gadget that will be perfect for your business and one that will suit your lifestyle and tech needs.

Well, do not worry. Here is a list of the top five high-performing tablets that will certainly suit your business.

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1. Fujitsu Stylistic M532

This tablet deserves to be on the number 1 spot due to the fact that it was developed by Fujitsu with business users in mind. The built-in software of this tablet makes it possible to combine smoothly with your enterprise’s VDI, work-based contacts and calendar, and company email. Also, the Fujitsu Stylistic M532 is capable of supporting various types of environments such as VMware, Citrix, and Microsoft Virtual Desktop Infrastructure. Aside from that, its 2 MP front camera is perfect for video conferencing with your business partners. If you want to take photos during your business trips, then you can use its 8 MP back camera.

2. Google Nexus 7

If you’re looking for a tablet that is budget-friendly and at the same time high in performance, then the Google Nexus 7 is the gadget for you. This tablet is released under the Google brand but is manufactured by Acer. Though it only weighs at 340g, it is very durable. Made with Gorilla Glass, the Google Nexus 7 is the perfect tablet for businessmen who are always on the go. Aside from that, accessing your important contacts is much easier with this tablet. To accommodate the 7-inch screen, the calendar app has been optimized.

3. Toshiba AT300

This tablet is quite pricey compared to the Google Nexus 7. However, it compensates by offering its users with lots of valuable features and high speed processing. Compared to Apple’s iPad, the Toshiba AT300 is much thinner and lighter. It has a 10.1-inch display and has a resolution of 1280 x 800, great for watching videos and playing games during your free time. However, one striking feature of this tablet is its set of pre-installed software packages, one of which is the ThinkFree software package. It works well with the software packages of Microsoft.

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4. RIM BlackBerry PlayBook

This is another tablet that is friendly to the pocket yet loaded with desirable features. The BlackBerry Playbook is quite heavy, weighing at 425g. However, its heavy weight is what makes it sturdy. What makes this particular tablet perfect for businessmen is its multi-tasking capacity. Its dual-core 1GHz processor makes it possible for you to run various applications in different windows simultaneously. Aside from that, you can also swap from one app to another, making it possible for you to increase your work productivity. Also, the BlackBerry Playbook OS has the capacity to integrate your LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter contacts seamlessly.

5. Asus Transformer Pad Infinity

If you’re searching for a tablet that can function as a laptop, then the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity is perfect for you. Asus is known as a gadget manufacturer that specializes in integrating the functions and features of laptops and tablets. The Asus Transformer Pad Infinity is just one of the many gadgets that possess this hybrid characteristic. With its full 1080p HD display and 1.6GHz quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 processor, this tablet can run even the most demanding apps and tasks easily. Aside from that, it also has a keyboard dock, a USB port, and a trackpad—features that make it function as a full laptop. And that’s not all. It also has its own battery than can last up to 7 hours.

So there you have it—the top five tablets that every entrepreneur should have. Make sure you consider your needs as well as your budget before you buy yourself one.

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