Best Tablet for 2014
List of Best Tablets
Shopping for a tablet can be a confusing experience. If you’re looking for the best tablets of 2014, then you’ve come to the right place. Here we will guide you through the hottest tablets from 7-inches and up, to help you reach a decision on buying the right device for you.
Since the introduction of the first iPad in 2010, tablets have taken off faster than any other piece of technology in recent history. A good tablet is little more than just a screen, and that screen has found incredible and varying use cases. Some people like to use tablets as their only computers. For others, they are secondary devices that complement a smartphone and laptop. There are plenty of specialized use cases, too. We’ve barely scratched the surface of what we can do with tablets, but we know that they are great for everyone for at least a few things: watching video, playing games, cruising through an overloaded inbox, and reading for hours.
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A good tablet should be lightweight and fast. It should have lots of apps available, and be easy to use. It should also easily last through a day of heavy use, or multiple days of lighter usage. I bring a tablet with me on almost every flight I take — if it can’t last from the time I board to the time I step off at my destination on the other side of the country, it’s failed. (Luckily that last one is rarely a real issue.)
A good tablet also has a strong ecosystem of accessories available to it — everything from keyboard cases to styluses to stands that let me get more use out of the device. You should also have the option to get the tablet with either just Wi-Fi connectivity or integrated LTE.
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Source: Dan Seifert
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