What Tablets are Best For Your Money in 2013?
Since I was looking for something that could perform as well as my laptop, it was very important to find a model that gave me the best value for its price. I did some additional research before I bought mine, so here were some tablets that were high on my list.
Apple iPad (4th Generation)
This will be a wonderful addition to your family of Apple products because you will be able to sync all of your devices to each other (especially if you use it as your main tablet for school). With the iCloud, you will be able to remotely access your files that are uploaded to the digital file storage system. You will also be able to sync your calendars so that you won’t miss your meetings. If you’re a loyal Mac fan, then this is a must.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1
The Note is a great tablet for graphic designers or just anyone who loves doodling because with the combination of the S Pen and a special screen, you can start creating illustrations or edit photos. You can also make use of this feature to take down notes as you would with a traditional pen and paper. These are just some of the amazing features that the Galaxy Note 10.1 has to offer and despite its steep price tag, it is definitely worth buying.
This tablet has an average rating of 4.5 stars on Amazon because of all of its amazing features and its design and build.
Google Nexus 7
The Nexus 7 also has stereo speakers that are powerful. All these features show that the Nexus 7 is great for enjoying all sorts of media. This tablet is powered by Android and features and features Android 4.3 so that you can enjoy all sorts of apps.