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Before You Buy A Tablet, Get Familiar With Its Features! A Review Of Top Selling Brands

Posted on June 20, 2013 by admin There have been 0 comments

With the growing number of iPads and Android tablets available for your use, it might be difficult to make an informed choice on which tablet to buy.

At Paykobo.com, we are committed to helping you make an informed choice and have summarized the pros and cons of some of the popular tablets in demand today.

iPad Mini
With its 7.9" screen, the iPad Mini is Apple’s cheapest iPad yet.

Pros
• It is 7mm thick and weighs just 308g, half the weight of a regular iPad.
• The Mini is powered by the same 1GHz dual-Core A5 processor as the iPad 2, and it is just as snappy and responsive as any other iOS device.
• As with the full-size iPad, Apple promises ten hours of battery on the iPad Mini.
• With Siri, another exclusive from Apple, you can talk to the tablet and hear a human-like voice reply with the info you seek.

Cons
• Compared to some other full-featured 7-inch Android tabs, the iPad Mini is a bit pricey.
• With the 1024 x 768 resolution in the expansive display, you’d only get a sharpness akin to the iPhone 3GS. Although the display is better than that, it is still not as great as the iPad 4 display.
• With an iPad, you can’t really customize the look of your tablet, nor can you tweak its functionality as you can with an “open” platform like Android.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 is impressive not only for its size but also for its abilities and power. This is a smart cell phone with great performance, which can display brilliant colours on its huge screen.

Pros
• It has a crystal clear screen, that is beautiful and easy to read.
• The phone performs extremely well. This phone is not only fast but its big battery lasts all day into the next day.
• Unlike the iPad and some other tablets, you can expand the memory of the Note 8.0 thanks to its MicroSD card slot (up to 64GB).
• Since its your phone, the Galaxy Note goes everywhere you go unlike other tablets.

Cons
• Device comes with Android 4.1.x and not 4.2.x.
• There isn’t a comprehensive digital store for all your media needs like iTunes but there are some options.
• The high cost means it’ll likely be out of reach for many.
• Using the device with one hand will be tough for many.

Kindle Fire HD 7”
Amazon Kindle Fire HD 7” is a second generation tablet that has been having significant success with the buyers on a budget.

Pros
• Bright and colorful display with wide viewing angles.
• The tablet has a battery life of 7 hours and gives users access to unlimited cloud storage for their Amazon content.
• It has a competitive price.
• Its Dolby audio and dual-driver stereo speakers delivers a crisp audio experience.

Cons
• Web browsing is also slower on the Kindle Fire HD than many other Android-based tablets.
• It has no option for memory expansion.
• Unfortunately, this device doesn't give you access to the Google Play store, which has hundreds of thousands of apps.

Google Nexus 7
Manufactured by Asus but branded by Google, the Nexus 7 is a relatively affordable Android tablet.

Pros
• It benefits greatly from the Google Play store, now with more than 700,000 apps to customize the tablet in a myriad of ways.
• The Nexus 7 is among the fastest Android tablets on the market and has a competitive price.
• It is light and comfortable to hold, yet solid and sturdy.
Cons
• It has no MicroSD card slot for expanding the memory and no rear camera.
• There is no HDMI port to connect the tablet to a big-screen TV, monitor or projector.
• This tablet only has one (forward-facing) camera instead of two, and it's not a great one.

Microsoft Surface Pro
Described as a laptop in tablet form, the Microsoft Surface Pro definitely has some features worth considering.

Pros
• It should be able to run most, if not all of the apps you have on your laptop or desktop including full versions of Microsoft Office.
• Unlike most other tablets, Surface Pro also lets you connect accessories to the tablet with its full-size USB port, microSDXC card slot and Bluetooth 4.0 for wireless mouse, keyboard and headset.
• It has a fast and smooth performance with great display and a stylish design.

Cons
• It’s battery life isn’t very attractive
• Compared to the many thousands of Apple and Samsung cases, stands, bags and other add-ons that help add some longevity and customizability to your purchase, there aren’t nearly as many accessories designed for Surface Pro.
• it is big and heavier than most tablets of its size.

This is by no means an exhaustive list of all the tablets we have available at Paykobo.com. Please visit our product page for more options of tablets you can choose from.
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This post was posted in Phones & Tablets and was tagged with Tablet, Android, iPad Mini, Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0, Microsoft Surface Pro, Google Nexus 7, Amazon Kindle Fire HD

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