The iPad 4 certainly wears the crown as far as 10-inch (technically 9.7-inch) tablets are concerned. However many aspirants still find it difficult to lay their hands on these heavily priced gadgets from the world of Apple—which range from £399 to £659.
Although the “high price tag “giant has announced the launch of its cheaper iPad Mini, users are now looking towards greener pastures and more affordable tablets for their requirements. Google Android scores with its exhaustive range of tablets –which are typically priced from £100 to the lofty heights similar to Apple’s offerings. However, there are more options in the fray.
-The iPad mini ranges from £269 and with its iOS 6 it is one of the best tablets in the market. This product from Apple lacks a retina display but still manages to rank high with its premium build quality and slick operations.
– Google Nexus 7 is priced at from £159 and goes beyond in its upgraded versions. Powered by Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and a quad-core processor, this model also boasts of a 12-core GPU and 7-inch HD IPS display. The 16GB version of the Google Nexus 7 can be purchased for £159, while the 32GB model costs £199.
The Amazon Kindle Fire HD is another good tablet on the block. Which one will you choose?