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  • What tablet should I choose?
    What tablet should I choose?

    Are you planning to buy a new tablet? Check the 6 best devices with remarkable prices and parameters.

  • ASUS MeMO Pad FHD 10
    ASUS MeMO Pad FHD 10

    Processor: Intel Atom Z2760, 1,6 GHz, 2cores
    Graphics: PowerVR SGX 544 MP2
    RAM: 2 GB
    Build-in Memory: 16, 32 GB
    Screen: IPS LCD 10,1"
    Resolution: 1920x1200 px
    Internet Connection: Wi-Fi
    Operating System: Android 4.2
    Battery: 6760 mAh
    Camera: 5 Mpx (back), 1,2 Mpx (front)
    Weight: 580 g
    Price: 349 Euro

    It is a very universal tablet. With its 10" screen (that works in more than Full HD resolution) it provides high comfort while surfing the Internet and working with documents or ebooks. Double cored Intel Atom Z2560 works really great with games but may have some problems with multiple applications running in the background. Don't forget about the camera that can record videos in Full HD.

  • LG G Pad 8.3
    LG G Pad 8.3

    Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon APQ8064T, 1,7 GHz, 4cores
    Graphics: Adreno 320
    RAM: 2 GB
    Build-in Memory: 16GB
    Screen: IPS LCD 8,3”
    Resolution: 1920x1200 px
    Internet Connection: Wi-Fi, 3G/4G (optional)
    Operating System: Android 4.2
    Battery: 4600 mAh
    Camera: 5 Mpx (back), 1,3 Mpx (front)
    Weight: 338 g
    Price: 280 Euro

    Compact size and big screen - this tablet combines both advantages of 7" and 10" tablets. Its lightness, powerful CPU and a nice screen make this tablet a perfect device to use as handheld console.

  • Prestigio MultiPad4 Diamond 7.85
    Prestigio MultiPad4 Diamond 7.85

    Processor: Mediatek MT8389, 1,2 GHz, 4cores
    Graphics: PowerVR SGX 544
    RAM: 1 GB
    Build-in Memory: 32 GB
    Screen: IPS LCD 7,85"
    Resolution: 1280x800 px
    Internet Connection: Wi-Fi, 3G
    Operating System: Android 4.2
    Battery: 4700 mAh
    Camera: 2 Mpx (back), 0,3 Mpx (front)
    Weight: 406 g
    Price: 169 Euro

    This tablet has foregone all things that aren't absolutely neccessary. Cameras are good for skype conversations but that's all, the screen resolution is on the edge of optimal visibility and the battery has to be recharged everyday. But with its 4core CPU, compact size and price I recommend this tablet to less demanding users.

  • Apple iPad Air
    Apple iPad Air

    Processor: Apple A7, 1,4 GHz, 2cores
    Graphics: PowerVR G6430
    RAM: 1 GB
    Build-in Memory: 16, 32, 64 i 128 GB
    Screen: IPS LCD 9,7"
    Resolution: 2048x1536 px
    Internet Connection: Wi-Fi, 3G + LTE
    Operating System: Apple iOS 7
    Battery: 8827 mAh
    Camera: 5 Mpix (back), 1,2 Mpix (front)
    Weight: 469 g
    Price: up to 900 Eur

    New, new, new. When you hold it you can feel modernity running down your hands. As much as I hate Apple devices this one has charmed me with its perfect system optimalization and very fast 64-bit CPU. Now when iOS 7 looks more like Android it might be a good moment to try it. But the price...

  • Google Nexus 7 (2013)
    Google Nexus 7 (2013)

    Processor: Qualcomm APQ8064, 1,5 GHz, 4cores
    Graphics: Adreno 320
    RAM: 2 GB
    Build-in Memory: 16, 32 GB
    Screen: IPS LCD 7"
    Resolution: 1920x1200 px
    Internet Connection: Wi-Fi, 3G/4G (optional)
    Operating System: Android 4.4
    Battery: 3950mAh
    Camera: 5 Mpx (back), 1,2 Mpx (front)
    Weight: 290 g
    Price: 239 Euro

    The youngest 7" device signed by Google. The ultra powerful CPU is perfect for gaming and the low weight and high resolution make it a really nice ebook reader.

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 '14
    Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 '14

    Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 8974AA, 2,27 GHz, 4cores
    Graphics: Adreno 330
    RAM: 3 GB
    Build-in Memory: 16, 32, 64 GB
    Screen: 10.1”
    Resolution: 2560x1600 px
    Internet Connection: Wi-Fi, 3G/4G (optional)
    Operating System: Android 4.3
    Battery: 8220 mAh
    Camera: 8 Mpx (back), 2 Mpx (front)
    Weight: 540 g
    Price: 599 Euro

    This is one of the most advanced mobile device I have ever had in my hands. Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014) has an active pen hidden in the housing. Unlike passive pens, this one works even if you don't touch the screen - just move it near the screen. It can be also used as universal remote controler. The only downside is its price.