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The Top 5 Tablet Computers Worth Investing In–Apple iPad 2 vs Samsung Galaxy Tab vs Amazon Kindle

The year 2013 has been one of tablet computers, which have been welcomed by users across the globe. However, with the slate of launches that we have seen it’s difficult to know which ones are good for you. We bring you a list of top 5 tablet computers to help you make a good buying decision.

To start with, it’s a must to know the fundamental features of all tablet computers—operating system, configuration, screen resolution, pixel density, internal storage, expandable storage, 3G and 4G connectivity, GPS, Bluetooth, video outputs, camera quality, battery life and others. Below is the list of top 5 tablet computers that can be easily termed as the best buy.

Apple iPad 2: It is considered as one of the best in the category in the present scenario as a result of its sheer amount of power in a compact frame. The second-generation Apple tablet is a classic device which is very much ahead of all its competitor Android devices. Its configuration, hardware specification and other features are top class.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1: This advanced tablet has been designed with a much better operating system and hardware specifications.The tablet has bigger screen size with bright light as well as SD support and 1080p video capture.Its screen resolution is very high coupled with a good IPS panel. The tablet’s performance and build quality are also very good. The main highlight of this tablet is its pricing that is very affordable.

Amazon Kindle Fire HD (2013): The tablet has the presence of one new feature – FreeTime.This resulted in making it a great tablet for kids, enabling them to create separate user profiles and limit screen time. It was launched in late-December and has all the features that can easily make it a great choice over virtually all other dedicated children’s tablets.

Sony Xperia Tablet Z: This is a very desirable tablet and is equipped with several striking features that you don’t get with rival tablets. Its svelte design is also adding to its beauty along with its waterproof casing and infrared technology. However, it somewhere lacks in performance and pricing.

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Google Nexus 7 (2013): This tablet has a slight change in design as compared to its earlier version, and is quite expensive. It has the presence of an It has the presence of exceptional screen and rear camera that completely justify its price increase. However, it lacks a microSD card slot.

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