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All of this is great news for us, because our options have increased while the prices have come down. Here at Ebuyer.com, the prices are even lower, so check out the large selection of cheap tablets available and find one to suit you best. The information below should help with your decision. Apple v Android v Windows tablets
When thinking about buying a new tablet, the first question that needs to be answered is which operating system you prefer? Each has its advantages, but if you are looking for apps then Apple and Android each have hundreds of thousands to choose from. However, if you are looking for a 'computer-style' machine, a Windows tablet is the better choice. What tablet screen size do I need?
Generally speaking, a seven-inch tablet screen is considered small while a ten-inch display is large. Like any device, the bigger the screen the easier it is to see content, but that means a compromise on portability. A seven-inch screen is perfectly adequate for most users, but a ten-inch screen may be preferable if you intend to watch lots of movies on your tablet computer. How much storage does my tablet need?
The internal memory on the device is important to consider. Most of us will store music, videos and photos on our tablet PC, and those media files can take up a lot of room very quickly. Each tablet is different, but the usual range of storage is 16GB to 128GB. Some tablets come with cloud storage, such as iCloud or OneDrive, to ease the strain. Comparing tablet processing and battery power
The main attraction of a tablet computer is its portability, so the efficiency of the battery should be a huge consideration. If you like listening to music on the go or want to while away a long train journey with a movie, there is little point in buying a tablet PC with a battery that will die after an hour or two.
Similarly, the devices processor needs to be powerful enough to meet your demands. For multitasking and intensive apps, a dual- or quad-core processor is required. Tablet connectivity
The main thing to consider with connectivity is whether you require mobile data. The ability to join 3G and 4G networks is a necessity if you want to use the web on the go, but you will have to pay for a data plan to take advantage. If you are just using your tablet in the home, a Wi-Fi only device should suffice. Order your tablet today
The new generations of cheap tablets are becoming as powerful as standard laptops, and with other innovations such as stylish yet durable designs, touchscreen technology and bigger app stores, it's no surprise that they are increasing in popularity.