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Best Tablets

Updated on September 28, 2013

Technology is changing every day, so is the case with all products related to it. Tablets have no exception from this change. Companies are competing to lead the market. As a result customers have a lot of products in the market to choose from. Choosing a Tablet from the vast array of phones is a difficult job. One has to go through a lot of details to choose a good one. This article gives a basic idea of various Tablets in the market.


Apple iPad (4th Generation)

Apple iPad is the leader of tablet market with a lot of features to satisfy the needs of people. It has all the functions needed for a tablet. This tablet comes with a high speed WiFi connectivity, which reduces data transfer time. Performance wise, this is a super tablet as it shows excellent performance to process data. Its screen will definitely satisfy your eyes with its 2,048 x 1536 pixel Retina Display is a master in showing videos. Another advantage of this tablet is its camera. It has two good cameras, one 1.2 mp camera in front of the tablet and another 5 mp camera in the back of it. Its 9.7 inch LCD Assistive Touchscreen is superb.

Pros:

  • Excellent performance
  • Good screen
  • Good camera
  • Fast WiFi
  • Big size

Cons:

  • Nothing

Samsung Galaxy Note 510

Samsung Galaxy Note 510 is a good tablet for its features and excellent performance. Speaking of the display, Its 1280 x 800 display is satisfactory. It uses 4600mAh battery and the life of the battery is good. It has S Pen feature, which is taken from Samsung Galaxy. Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is the OS in this tablet. It comes with a 5 MP back camera and a 1.3 MP front camera.

Pros:

  • Good battery life
  • Excellent performance
  • Good display
  • S Pen feature

Cons:

  • Nothing

Sony Xperia Tablet Z

Sony Xperia Tablet Z is an excellent tablet from Sony. As with their other product, this tablet is also a high performing one from Sony. It uses 'Android 4.1' software. The 6000mAh battery of this tablet gives excellent backup time. Sony has provided a slim yet strong body to this cute tablet. Other advantages of Sony Xperia Tablet include good performance and useful features. Cost wise this tablet is somewhat expensive.

Pros:

  • Good performance
  • Good battery life
  • Slim body
  • Lots of features

Cons:

  • Expensive

Asus Transformer Pad

Asus Transformer Pad TF300TG is a slim tablet with good speakers. Its battery life is satisfactory. This laptop's10.1" LED Backlight WXGA (1280x800) screen is a good thing. Let's go to its battery type. It uses 22Wh Li-polymer Battery which will give 9.5 hours of operation. A camera with 8MP acts as its back camera.

Pros:

  • Very good battery life
  • Good body
  • Good speakers

Cons:

  • Expensive

Asus FonePad

Asus FonePad is equipped with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS. It uses IPS LCD display with 1280x800 Resolution and the display is good. Its 4270 mAh battery gives good battery life. Another advantage of this tablet is its strong body, which is a boon for its users.

Pros:

  • Good quality body
  • Good battery life
  • Good display
  • Good features

Cons:

  • nothing

Google Nexus 7

The most important attraction of this tablet is its price. This tablet is relatively low cost one. Android 4.1 is the OS of this tablet. Google is the manufacturer of this thin tablet. It uses IPS display with 1280 x 800 resolution, which is suitable for a good tablet. This tablet gives very good map functionality, which is very useful for all people.

Pros:

  • good battery life
  • Less expensive
  • Good map features

Cons:

  • Storage expansion is not available

Samsung Galaxy Note 800

Samsung Galaxy Note 800 is a tablet with excellent performance. It uses LED-backlit IPS display with 1536 x 2048 pixels, which gives good viewing experience. The battery comes with this tablet is excellent and it can give a good battery life. The display of this tablet is satisfactory.

Pros:

  • Good battery life
  • Good display
  • Good performance
  • Good body

Cons:

  • Nothing

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      simonxie100 

      5 years ago from Vancouver, Canada

      Gone are the days of huge computer systems, or mini-computers or even PC's for that matter. Now we are moving to tablets, smartphones, cloud computing, smaller and yet more powerful and entertaining. Thanks, my friend, looking forward to your updated article.

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      Arun 

      5 years ago from India

      Thank you for reading my article. I'm happy to know that you are satisfied with Amazon Kindle Fire HD tablet. I will include a review about it in my article.

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      simonxie100 

      5 years ago from Vancouver, Canada

      Interesting article, I am curios why Amazon Kindle Fire HD tablets were not mentioned on your article.

      I had used and owned Asus, Nexus, iPads and Samsung tablets. Now I do most of my work on my Kindle Fire as I am travelling through North American cities.

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