Unlike smartphones, tablets are much more accessible when it comes to convenience and ease of use. They have wider screens and larger memories and are preferred by people who need to be on the go and take their work with them.
Tablets also lessen the usual clutter that smartphones might have – lesser games, applications, and such. Of course, a tablet of reliable quality needs to be chosen in order to fit your needs. We here name the top tablets of 2014 to help make the choice easier.
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro (http://www.samsung.com/in/galaxynotepro/)
The fifth named best tablet of 2014 is the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro at 12.2 inches. This tablet has been ranked by users as very convenient, as it is normally used for its note-taking capabilities. It has a stylus besides the usual touch screen functionality and has a keyboard reminiscent of a laptop keyboard only virtual and touch screen.
Google Nexus 7 (http://www.google.com.ph/nexus/7/)
Fourth comes the Google Nexus 7 which has proven to be the fastest responding tablet with its quad-core performance. It is an Android tablet and contains the latest Android OS, has a battery life lasting up to 8 hours, and has a display with possibly the most elaborate and eccentric colors of any tablet. The Google Nexus 7 also contains a child friendly locking system with key codes and passwords to restrict access of underage children to inappropriate applications and functions.
Amazon Kindle Fire HDX (http://www.amazon.com/kindle-fire-hdx-student-gaming-tablet/dp/B00BWYQ9YE)
Next is the Amazon Kindle Fire HDX. As Kindle was formerly known as a tablet exclusively for e-book reading, it has since developed tablets to have that quality as well as qualities that any other run of the mill tablet would have. This is the tablet for you if you are an avid reader as Amazon provides free books of a wide selection through this tablet. It boasts of an impressive audio, and battery life that lasts up to 8 hours. It also has video support and allows parents to restrict access to children for features and applications they deem non age-appropriate.
iPad Mini (http://www.apple.com/ipad-mini/)
Second on the list is Apple’s new iPad mini with retina display which boasts its compact frame at just 7.5 inches which most users find very handy as it could easily fit in handbags, briefcases, or backpacks. It has an improved screen resolution with high quality graphics and pictures and also a battery life that lasts up to 11 hours – that’s practically 2 more hours added to the highest battery life ranked by any competitor.
iPad Air (https://www.apple.com/ipad-air/)
Finally, the best overall tablet of 2014 is the iPad air, derived from the laptop the MacBook Air. This tablet version is the lightest tablet weighing just 1 pound at 9.7 inches. It is truly the best tablet for convenience and can be brought with you everywhere without the trouble of a heavy load. Even with its slim and lightweight design, it still boasts speedy resolutions and a battery life of up to 12 hours.
Know what you want in a tablet, make a list of what you might use it for and what specific features may suit you best. There are a lot of choices and one of them is bound to be the perfect one for you.