5 Best Tablets Of 2013

These days there are so many tablets to choose from, and more and more options are being announced, launched and purchased every day. It is enough to drive the average person crazy. It is hard to choose the right tablet, but with a little bit of research we have 5 different tablets, that could just be what you are looking for.

1. Google Nexus 7

This Android 4.2 tablet is relatively small, with its 7-inch display, and relatively cheap too (available from $199). The Google tablet is manufactured by Asus, has a 1280×800 resolution screen, 16GB or 32GB storage (which you can unfortunately not expand because the tablet does not feature a card slot), a Nvidia Tegra quad core processor and a 1.2 megapixel camera. The battery can give 10 hours of usage on average.

2. Google Nexus 10

Only a few months after the Google Nexus 7 was launched, they announced its bigger brother, the 10.05 2560×1600 inch Google Nexus 10. Another budget phone ($399 for the 16GB version), but certainly not trash. This tablet has a higher resolution than the latest iPad; 300 ppi. The software updates on this iPad are amazing, because it is Google, so they keep providing you. On some points it certainly wins it from the iPad 4, which costs $100 more.

3. Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

It has a 10.1-inch screen and a 1280×800 resolution display, 16GB, 32GB or even 64GB storage, a 5 megapixel back camera, a 1.9 megapixel front camera, 10 hours of battery, and a 1.4Hz Exynos quad core processor. The software, which is Android 4.0 can be upgraded to Android 4.1. The tablet comes with a professional looking ‘S Pen’, with which you can make precise notes, as if you were writing in a notebook. It is a very sophisticated looking tablet.

4. iPad Mini

We all know the iPad, but what about the iPad mini? The 7.9-inch display tablet with 1,024 x 768 resolution may not be cheaper in price, but if you see the small size as a positive feature, it may be just what you are looking for. This mini iPad has Siri, a 5 megapixel back camera, a 720 pixel front camera and 4G LTE support. One thing it does not have is the A6X processor of the iPad 4, but that is something that you might be willing to overlook for this pretty mini tablet.

5. Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7-inch

It was to be expected that after the release of the iPad mini, more small tablets would appear. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 is 7-inch with a 1024×600 display, and it is cheaper than the iPad mini. One good quality that cannot be found in tablets everywhere anymore is the card slot that allows you to add storage for a few dollars. The small tablet has a 3 megapixel back camera and the operating system is Android 4.0 with the possibility to upgrade to Android 4..

Basically you will be able to find the right tablet, and with this list we tried to focus on different qualities that people are looking for inĀ  technology, such as the price and the size. As you can see there are many different possibilities tablet-wise, and you should keep looking until you are completely satisfied.

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