It hasn’t been very long when tabs were foreign devices for many.
But, today, almost everyone has used or owns one, which has seen their demand rise considerably.
A lot of people find it tough to opt for the right one to suit their needs.
Seeing the number of releases every now and then, the decision has become more difficult.
In case, you are looking to buy a tablet, then here is a list of the top 5 devices you should consider.
Apple iPad Air
Apple never misses out a chance on a list of top devices in any category. This year’s Apple iPad Air, though more or less similar to that of last year, offers faster performance, improved video chatting and excellent aesthetics.
Undoubtedly, it’s, the most beautiful and full-size tablet available on the tech market. A device goes for between $449.00 and $499.99 depending on the specs.
Nvidia Shield Tablet
The NVIDIA Shield is one of the most unique tablets available. The original version was supposed to be for hardcore gamers – those who already have a high-end gaming rig. With their second generation device, NVIDIA is seeking to meet everyone’s requirements.
The new Shield is packed with the new Tegra K1 processor, and its raw power is bound to impress even the harshest of critics. If you are a gaming aficionado, you will love the new Shield.
The Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7
Compared to its predecessor, this tablet is named as meaner, leaner and more powerful. This 7 inches tablet hosts a 2.2 GHz quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM. It also features a full HD display with 64GB worth of memory.
The LG G Pad 8.3
This is a sleek tablet that comes with an aluminum cover in place of a plastic one. It operates on the Android OS and has an outstanding design and connectivity. However, its performance is questionable because it is powered by the Snapdragon 600.
The Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2
Samsung has produced their own tab, and to differentiate it from the rest they increased the screen size. That is not the end – the tablet has awesome performance with 3GB of RAM hosting a Quad-core 2.3 GHz Krait 400.
The tablet comes along with an S Pen, which comes in handy when manipulating the bright and large screen. It is ideal for digital artists and for those who want utmost productivity.
Tesco HudI 2
The HudI-One was pretty good, but the second edition is much better. It has the Intel Aton processor with great speeds and a clear full HD screen. The user interface is worth experiencing and it comes at pocket friendly prices.