BEST TABLETS OF 2015
Tablets are rapidly growing in popularity, but you can’t just get any tablet. A tablet has to fit your needs or your tablet experience won’t be as good as you want it to be. Tablets, are usually designed to be really good at one thing, like the Nvidia Shield, which is designed to be a gaming tablet. However, tablets can also be amazing all-around media consumption devices, but you have to get whatever you need. Tablets are amazing devices, but you have to get the right one.
Best Overall Tablet: IPad Air 2
The IPad Air 2 is thin, has a great screen, is powerful simple, and beautiful. Apple has raised the bar yet again, producing a tablet that can be used for virtually anything, from gaming to productivity to running simple apps like youtube. At a $500 price point, this is a nice premium tablet for not too bad of a price.
Best Productivity Tablet: Microsoft Surface Pro 3
The Microsoft Surface Pro 3, is the best productivity on the market by far. It has a keyboard and trackpad, a large screen and all the Windows capabilities that many laptop users have come to love. This is easily the best 2-in-1. Windows has raised the bar yet again with the tablet that is usually stacked up with many macbooks. There’s a reason they call this the tablet that can replace your laptop.
Best Android Tablet: Nexus 9
The amazing Tegra K1 processor allows you to do almost anything you want with this tablet. It directly rivals the IPad Air 2, so if you are an Android lover, I would definitely pick this over the IPad Air 2. The Nexus 9 features also features Android Lollipop, so you can have that nice materialistic design to this premium android tablet. The Nexus 9 has an amazing screen, and is very thin. So if anyone wants the premium look and feel of an IPad Air2 with a better processor and Android Lollipop for $100 less, look no further.d
Best Gaming Tablet: Nvidia Shield
Nvidia has stormed into the mobile platform, going head-to-head with the Sony and Nintendo as the best portable gaming device. The Shield Tablet features Nvidia Tegra K1, an absolute monster of a chip that can handle Android gaming, and anything else you want to do on this tablet. But then there’s the price, which puts the icing on the cake!! At $299, you get an amazing 8 -inch tablet that rivals the IPad Air 2 and Nexus 9 and is engineered for gaming. That’s definitely a win-win in my book. So, for you people that want all the look and feel of a premium tablet, near stock Android Lollipop(5), a great HD screen, features engineered for gaming, and arguably the best mobile processor on the market, all for under $300, look no further.
TABLET COMPARISON TABLE
|TABLET||PROCESSOR SPEED||BATTERY LIFE/ HRS||SCREEN RESOLUTION||STORAGE/ GB||OPERATING SYSTEM||FRONT CAMERA RES/ MP||REAR CAMERA RES/ MP||OVERALL RATING||PRICE|
|IPad Air 2||1.5 GHz||9.2||2048 x 1536||16/64/128||IOS 8||1.2||8.0||9.7/10||starting at $499|
|Microsoft Surface Pro 3||1.9 GHz||7.42||2160 x 1440||64/128/256/512||Windows 8.1||5.0||5.0||9.3/10||starting at $799|
|Nexus 9||2.3 GHz||7.42||2048 x 1536||16/32||Android 5.0 (Lollipop)||1.6||8.0||9.5/10||starting at $399|
|Nvidia Shield||1.9 GHz||8.5||1280×720||16||Android 4.4 (KitKat)||8.0||9.0/10||starting at $299|
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