Top Ten Tablets Of 2013: Apple iPad Air, Asus Transformer Pad, Apple iPad Mini2, Google Nexus 7

Tablets have indeed taken the tech world by storm. Think back a few years ago, when the world tablet itself in the tech arena had no meaning, hardly many people knew about it. Today, it has created a buzz in the tech-savvy public. Here is an attempt to put ten of the best tablets available today.

Tablets have indeed taken the tech world by storm. Think back a few years ago, when the world tablet itself in the tech arena had no meaning, hardly many people knew about it. Today, it has created a buzz in the tech-savvy public. Here is an attempt to put ten of the best tablets available today.

  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

This marvel in the tablet world has a large screen size, a wonderful design and the feature of a stylish S pen that is good for creative stuff on the tablet.

  • Asus Transformer Pad Infinity

It has got everything to be called a good tablet, just the price rates are a notch high. A 1920 X 1200 screen resolution means HD viewing is possible. 1.3 GHz NVidia Tegra 3 Quad-core processor runs the tab. It has a full Qwerty touchpad and a simple interface.

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0

With Exynos 4412 1.6 GHz quad-core processor and 1280X800 resolution, Galaxy Note 8.0 is one of the best tablets around. The best part about Note 8.0 is its portability thanks to the lightweight and incredibly sleek design.

  • Tesco Hudl:

The 7-inch Tesco Hudl tablet (yes, a tablet from the supermarket chain) is decent enough with a quad-core processor. It is very light to carry, however, not so good as far as the camera is concerned.

  • Microsoft Surface Pro 2:

This tablet bridges the gap between a tablet and a laptop perfectly. It has a large screen, Qwerty keypad and Windows 8 OS. It is slightly heavy though and average on screen resolution

  • Google Nexus 10

How can we miss one of the most talked about tablets, Google Nexus 10. The best part is, it packs a lot of pixels with a pixel density of 299ppi, and is decently priced for the quality it provides.

  • iPad mini 2

This tablet from the tech giant Apple Inc has a superb design, great battery life andwonderful performance. It is light and extremely portable too. Of course, the lack of retina display and the high price is a concern, nevertheless, Apple never misses out on high quality.

  • Google Nexus 7:

ncredibly lightweight at 290g and has a sleek design, but loaded with powerful features. Doesn’t matter if you are an Android fan or not, Nexus 7 is definitely one great buy for the price it is offered at.

  • Sony Xperia Tablet Z

Sleek, powerful and a wonderful screen. This tablet takes viewing to a whole new level. It is power-packed internally and portable too. Highly recommended.

  • iPad Air

Larger screen, A7 and M7 processor chips and has an incredible design to say the least. This tablet is easily at the top, and we reckon won’t move from there at least for now.

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