Top 10 Best Tablet PCs in the World

Gone are the days when tablets just meant doses of medicine for sick people. Today if you mention the word, most people, regardless of how tech-savvy they are, will immediately think of the new line of devices that only consist of a touch screen for input and output. If you are thinking about buying one, then you are probably confused as to which one you should get because you have got way too much choice.

Fortunately, we have compiled a list of the 10 best tablet PCs that are currently on the market all around the world.

10. Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9

Released in the fall of 2011, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 can be considered a sibling of the much larger Galaxy Tab 10.1. The 8.9, because of its convenient size, can be used as a smartphone running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and even as a kindle for reading e-books. The checking of emails and browsing of the web is a given, since this is what all of today’s tablets are expected to do at the very least.

9. Apple iPad 2

This was released in the first quarter of 2011 in a time when 3G, 4G and LTE were not very widely used. If you are on a budget and only expect to connect to the internet through Wi-Fi, then you can pay GBP 329 and get the Wi-Fi edition of iPad 2. You also have the option of paying an extra GBP 100 to get he 3G-enabled device.

8. Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

This tablet does not only feature a giant screen, but also a quad-core processor for the smooth running of games and other applications that require some serious horsepower. This device has the ability to detect pressure using the stylus that comes with it. This is an exciting feature that has been put to good use by different applications.

7. Microsoft Surface

The technological giant Microsoft has churned out another device that had some massive hype and build up prior to its release. This tablet has a removable keyboard that can transform the device into a miniature laptop.

6. Amazon Kindle Fire HD

If reading of books is something you do quite a lot and you also require some CPU power and you happen to be on a budget, then you are in luck. The Kindle Fire HD comes in 32 and 64 gigabyte versions and you can get this device for under GBP 200.

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5. Asus Transformer Pad Infinity

Just like the Microsoft Surface, this tablet also has a detachable keyboard but runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. The resolution is full HD and there is really nothing you could complain about except for the price. Had it not been for the price, you would not be seeing this entry too far from the top spot.

4. Google Nexus 10

Running on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, this tablet has one of the highest pixel densities of the modern tablets. At 300 pixels per inch, you get 1080p resolution which means the videos and images would be quite crisp on this display.

3. iPad 4

It is a little heavier bigger in size than the iPad 2, but there is also an advantage to that. There is a faster processor, bigger display, higher number of pixels and of course a batter that lasts longer.

2. Google Nexus 7

Not only is the size of this tablet good enough to fit in one hand, but the price tag is also quite mouth-watering. You can get a 3G-enabled device, (4G with dongle) for just about GBP 159.

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1. iPad mini

We are not fans of the Apple Company to include its third device on this list, but the iPad mini truly deserves to be crowned the top spot of this list. The performance and reliability of the device is unmatched by quite a distance. The only downside is that there is no Retina display on this device.

     

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