Senin, 01 September 2014

Buyer’s Guide - TOP 10 BEST TABLETS


Google Nexus 7 (2013)

Sleek minimalist design coupled with the latest Android OS (and promises that it will be first in line for
upgrades), the Nexus 7 both looks and acts the part of a flagship device – but for half the price you
would expect. This slab might be getting on a bit, but it still handles like a dream and will be robust
enough to keep up with the next generation of devices for a few years yet. Though the Nexus 7 offers
16-32GB of storage, some will be disappointed that it lacks a micro SD port.

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Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet

Arguably one of the most portable ten-inch tablets available, the Xperia Z2 Tablet is waterproof and
can support a SIM card for 4G use. It is also surprisingly thin and light to carry and includes
power-saving modes to ensure longer battery life. Reasonably high-spec, it has a whopping 3GB RAM.

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Google Nexus 10

Though it has never had the impact the Nexus 7 had, the larger Nexus 10 still offers a high-standard
for 10-inch Android tablets. A super high-resolution screen and powerful processor ensure that it
regularly sells out on the Google Play store, even ifit does lack a 3G/4G option or expandable storage.

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LG G Pad 8.3

A well-rounded tablet, the LG G Pad 8.3 offers solid specs with a selection of impressive built-in apps.
This includes Polaris Office so you can write documents on the go and QPair, which shares your
smartphone notifications to your tablet, so you never miss important updates.

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Samsung Galaxy TabPRO 8.4 Wifi 

The smallest tablet in Samsung’s collection, the TabPRO8.4 proves that good things do come in small
packages. A stunning 359ppi screen puts the Nexus 7 to shame, though we’d prefer higher quality
speakers. However, an eight-MP camera and intuitive interface are good compensation.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014)

While TouchWiz and the fake plastic stitching on the sides are disappointing, the new Note 10.1 does
a good job of updating the original 2012 model. First and foremost is the addition of the popular S Pen
stylus, with superb handwriting recognition and specialist features for drawing.

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Samsung Galaxy Note PRO 12.2

This titanic Samsung tab offers a gigantic 12.2-inch HD screen. The size and weight make it less
portable and add a lot to the price, but drawing with the S Pen stylus feels very natural on the large
canvas, while a blistering processor makes light work of running apps on the screen simultaneously.

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Advent Vega Tegra Note 7

Better late than never, three years after the original Advent Vega wowed Android users, the low-price
tablet is back in seven-inch form. While it falls behind the class leaders, a silky smooth processor,
expandable storage, and two front-facing speakers make it great for gaming.

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Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7”

The ultimate media-consumption device. Buy movies, music and books through Amazon, then view
them on the Fire HDX’s bright, colourful display. The Amazon fork OS isn’t as customisable as stock
Android, but for those looking for a no-fuss UX that just works, the Kindle is a great choice.

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Lenovo Yoga Tablet 8

Available in both eight and ten-inch models, Lenovo offers an alternative to the rectangular
slab-shaped tablet with the Yoga Tablet. Built with a tube down one side for better grip and using as a
stand for viewing videos, this also houses a large battery that will last longer than most.

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