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10 Reasons To Buy A Tablet (And 5 Reasons Not To) TechCrunch

10/23/2014
06:34 | Author: Evan Martin

What you can do with a tablet
10 Reasons To Buy A Tablet (And 5 Reasons Not To) TechCrunch

maybe you should be asking why you need a tablet in the first place? How much work can you do on one of these things? Do they run.

Will I be able to play 64-play multi-player in Battlefield with a tablet? Will I be able to waste hundreds of hours playing World of Warcraft ? What about Crysis 2 ? Tablets may have their place in the world, but playing real games to the fullest will always require a discrete GPU-backed PC. 2. Where are the games? And by games I don’t mean things like Angry Birds, with all due respect to our fine feathered friends.

If you don’t need to type a lot, tablets will handle more content than a two-year-old laptop, and there are more modern apps and games.

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Tablet Buying Guide 2014 - How to Buy a Tablet - LAPTOP

12/22/2014
04:08 | Author: Evan Martin

What you can do with a tablet
Tablet Buying Guide 2014 - How to Buy a Tablet - LAPTOP

So where do you start, and how do you pick the right tablet for your Of course, you can also access that content on an iPad Air or iPad mini.

Despite inventing tablet PCs, Microsoft lost the first round of the modern tablet wars to Apple. But with the release of Windows 8.1, Microsoft hopes to win over shoppers. You’ll find all kinds of tablet-laptop hybrids as well as familiar slate designs. And by working with multiple partners, the world of Windows 8.1 tablet designs is much more diverse than the competition.

Meanwhile, Windows 8 tablets are finally gaining steam, especially cheaper 8-inch and 10-inch options. Apple’s iPad and iOS have become synonymous with tablets, but Android is expected to account for 65 percent of slates sold in 2014.

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The first 6 things you need to do with your new Android tablet - CNET

10/21/2014
02:38 | Author: Caitlin White

What you can do with a tablet
The first 6 things you need to do with your new Android tablet - CNET

So you now have an Android tablet. Congrats. Android tablets are arguably -- some would say inarguably -- the most versatile tablets you can.

Optimize your tablet for longer battery life Tablet battery life is determined by a number of factors, most of which are out of your control -- battery size, OS optimizations, and so on -- but there are a few settings you can control that have a huge impact on how long your battery lasts.

Place them on the lock screen for even quicker access to options and info. With HD Widgets you can add a digital clock and a current weather tracker to the home screen. You can also add a shortcut bar for easy access to Wi-Fi settings, brightness, screen time-out, tilt, battery life, among others.

When all you want to do on a rainy Saturday is stay in bed and catch up on your favorite TV shows, that's when you really start to appreciate the benefits of having a portable thin device.

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Should I buy a tablet? - Tablet buyers39 guide - Tablet reviews

8/20/2014
12:04 | Author: Devin Garcia

What you can do with a tablet
Should I buy a tablet? - Tablet buyers39 guide - Tablet reviews

The answer to both questions will depend on what you want to do with your laptop, tablet or smartphone. You can browse the net, watch films and send on.

Pulling up a quick Google search on your phone can be instantaneous, very quick on your tablet and relatively slow on your laptop. The answer to both questions will depend on what you want to do with your laptop, tablet or smartphone. But is compley different: you’ll struggle to type more than a few words on a phone and more than a few sentences on a tablet, whereas a laptop gives you a full keyboard and screen. You can browse the net, watch films and send on all three, but the experience is very different.

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Android and Windows tablets are better-connected, as they tend to offer memory card slots and HDMI ports to link up with your TV.

Historically, there have been problems with web content not displaying properly on tablets and smartphones, but as they’ve grown in popularity this has become more unusual.

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Tablet buying guide which tablet should I buy? News TechRadar

6/19/2014
02:10 | Author: Caitlin White

What you can do with a tablet
Tablet buying guide which tablet should I buy? News TechRadar

They can be held comfortably one-handed, and you can even slip one into a large pocket. If you do go for a kid's tablet, check out the Nabi 2.

Bear in mind that you'll need a data plan as well. You only need cellular if you know you'll be using your tablet to venture online somewhere you can't get access to Wi-Fi.

This will have a big impact on the speed of your tablet and its ability to handle multiple tasks. Generally speaking, the higher the processor speed and RAM the better. Quad core tablets perform better, dual core options are kinder to the battery.

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There are a few tablets out there aimed squarely at kids.

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