There is no perfect tablet computer, as everyone is different. However that doesn’t mean you can’t find a tablet that is bespoke to your needs. Below are a few ways you can spec down your tablet until you find one that suits your needs. Once you’ve decided on the most important factors head over to www.tablettastic.com to compare a few tablets to your liking.
The first one on the list is budget. We all know that people have varying budgets and it’s certainly something you should factor in. For around the £100 mark you could get a good but basic tablet which will do everything from email & internet browsing to playing games. One tablet like this is the Asus Memopad.
Above the £200 mark you’re looking at more sophisticated tablets that have up to date operating systems and can run most apps and programs quickly and efficiently, think of the iPad Mini.
Tablets come in many sizes and you should ensure that you’re getting one that suits your needs. If you’re going to be travelling around a lot then you’ll most likely prefer a smaller yet lighter tablet. There are plenty of light 7 inch tablets that fit this bill. On the other side of it, if it’s going to be used as a second laptop then you may opt for a larger tablet such as the Microsoft Windows Surface, which has MS Office pre installed on it.
If watching movies or viewing high quality images sounds like your cup of tea then you’ll want to find a Tablet that has a high resolution. One tablet that has a high resolution is the iPad Air 2 at 264 pixels per inch. Make sure you look out for how many pixels per inch each tablet has when comparing each.
Processing is more of a biggy if you like playing games and want to ensure they run quickly and smoothly. It also means that you can multi task with multiple apps open at the same time. This is certainly also important if you just want your tablet to work quickly generally.
Access To Apps
No doubt some tablets have better access to apps than others. You may want to put on a state of the art GPS sat nav system on your tablet or a complicated translation service. If that’s the case then you’ll want a tablet that is run off IOS (Apple Tablets) or Android (Samsung) etc. That’s because Apple has access to the Apple store and Android has access to the Google Play store. Sometimes the cheaper tablets won’t give you a large range of apps so it’s definitely something to consider.
All in all, these are just a few of the considerations you have to make. However if you know exactly what features you’re after then that makes the job a whole lot easier.