Latest iPad Alternatives

The iPad is clearly the market leader when it comes to tablets. However, you might not want a high priced high end tablet but you might be looking for something just as good or even better for less money. Here are some of the best tablets the market has to offer when it comes to both performance and looks.

Google Nexus 7

This tablet has everything you need, speedy performance given by the quad-core Tegra 3 CPU, great graphics with the bright high resolution screen and high quality design with lightweight and great maneuverability. Unfortunately, it lacks microSD card slot and no back facing camera that might make most people reluctant to buy it. However, it uses the great 4.1 Jellybean Android so it can be a great alternative to an iPad, costing about 250 dollars.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 is one of the best tablets out there, even better than the high end tablets out there. The great thing about the tablet is the fact that it comes with great battery life, which is pretty unusual for tablets nowadays. It also has a great display but one of the drawbacks is the poor quality camera that is only 3 megapixels. It comes with 16GB Internal memory and a microSD expansion of up to 32GB. The 1GHz Dual-Core Processor is a good addition as it makes it one of the most responsive tablets on the market.

Acer Iconia Tab A200

If you don’t want to spend a lot of money on a high end tablet but are looking for better build quality and more functions than a very cheap one, the Acer Iconia is for you. It has good graphics and good overall performance, long battery life a nice user friendly interface. It also has a good feel and great build quality. To keep the price low, the manufacturers had to make some concessions like no rear facing camera and the fact that it weigh a bit more than other tablets in its range, but these aren’t very big issues. This product has a very good price to quality ratio, and is a good deal for the money paid.

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