Tablets With The Best Battery Life

Posted: Apr 10 2014, 2:01pm CDT | by , in Tablets


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Tablets with the Best Battery Life

Tablets are used for all sorts of reasons, and as active and busy as you are, a tablet’s battery life capability needs to be able to keep up with you and the length of your day.

People keep files, documents, and even recordings on their tablets to use throughout the day; people take pictures, videos, and play games while on the commute, even read the newspaper on their tablets. Knowing the battery life of a tablet before purchasing one is imperative to ensure that it can be used for the amount of time that you need it to be functional. Battery life is a huge aspect to be taken into consideration.

To aid people in making the choice; we name the tablets with the best battery life.

The Amazon Kindle Fire HDX (

Named the best tablet for battery life with a capability of lasting up to 14 hours. Aptly enough since the Kindle is mostly used for reading and people do not want their books to be cut short by a dead battery. Alternatively, the Amazon Kindle Fire also boasts an exceptional resolution and is the first of its kind to have a ‘Mayday Feature’ which provides the user with 24 hour access to Amazons services if ever needed.

The Lenovo Yoga Tablet 8 (

This tablet has an 8 inch display and a battery life similar to those used in laptop that can last up to 13 hours. It has a unique kickstand that allows the user access to three different positions for the Lenovo Yoga tablet based on his preference.

ASUS transformer Book T100 (

This Windows tablet is armed with Intel’s Atom Bay Trail Processor that allows it a battery life of up to 12.5 hours. Besides that, this tablet also comes with the ever convenient keyboard dock to assist you in your typing needs.

Apple iPad Air (

Also known as the lightest tablet on the market at just 1 pound. The Apple iPad Air has an impressive battery life that can run in between 11-12 hours. It is also known to be the fastest responding iPad in Apple’s series.

Apple iPad Mini with Retina Display (

Similar to the iPad Air, this tablet also has a very fast response time. Armed with a battery life that can last up to 11 hours.

Nokia Lumia 2520 (

This tablet comes with the choice of being used with or without a dock which can alter its battery life. 10.5 hours of battery life when used without the dock and 12.5 hours when used with the dock. It is 8.1 inches in size and boasts one of the sleekest tablet designs.

ASUS MeMO Pad HD 7 (

This tablet has an impressive camera at 5 mega pixels and Android overlay that allows the user to personalize the screen. It can run for 9 hours and 40 minutes.

Microsoft Surface 2 (

This tablet has a strong processor and an equally impressive display; it is keyboard compatible and is capable of a full hour more of battery life as compared to its predecessor at 9 hours and 20 minutes.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 (

This Android tablet can run up to 8 hours and 40 minutes, just the right amount of time for any working day. It has an NvidiaTegra 3 processor which allows it to have multi-tasking compatibility.

Google Nexus 7 (

A tablet model from 2013, it can run for up to 8.5 hours. It is full Android, with a 7 inch screen and an improved processor.

Battery life matters! However, there are other things that matter as well. Take battery life in to consideration as one of the priorities in tablet purchasing choices but be neutral with other important things you need to find out in order to get the best tablet for your lifestyle.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/28" rel="author">Triszia Marie Santos</a>
Triszia Marie Santos is navigating the mobile device space for you. She is an early adopter in all things mobile and loves to write about the latest mobile trends.




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