Here are the Top 5 Tablet Buying

Mistakes People Make

Since the release of the iPad in 2010 by apple, the tablet market has grown in leaps and bounds. According to data estimates by Statista, 60 million tablets were sold in the U.S in 2016. Tablets have become an integral part of our lives; from work to shopping to entertainment we constantly rely on these gadgets. When it comes to buying, people constantly make big mistakes that can be costly. Here are the top 5 mistakes people make: 1. Thinking that a tablet will replace a PC While major advancements have been made in the development of tablets, they still won’t do everything your personal computer can do. At least not as well. Many tablets today are compatible with keyboards and a host of input devices such as styluses, mice, and even joysticks. Some tablets like the Ipad pro run on a powerful operating system which allows it to be great at multitasking; you even get a split screen display! However, you will quickly realize that no tablet available today will give you the same tools for work as the PC. Be it word processors or video editors, tablet versions will never give you all the resources available for the PC version. 2. Buying cheap Cheap things are tempting especially if they promise big. These days you can get tablets for as little as $ 100 on some e-commerce websites that boast high-res cameras, fast processing speeds, and massive internal storage. While everyone loves a good deal, cheap is always expensive in the long run. Even though expensive is not always a guarantee of quality, the odds are greater. 3. Not paying attention to the operating system There are mainly three types of OS that power tablets: IOS, android, and windows. These platforms are different and all have their strengths and limitations. For example, windows based tablets are better for enterprise and work than android. Android is more versatile than both windows and IOS while IOS offers enhanced protection from viruses and a smoother running experience. 4. Ignoring the processor speed Many people overlook the strength of the processor and concentrate on features such as the size of the screen, megapixels of the cameras and the storage size. While these are important considerations, the processor speed could be more important. 1 core tablets with clock speeds of below 1ghz will be too slow for your liking. You are most likely to experience constant hanging and no decent multitasking capability. 5. Going for the looks Everyone fancies a gadget that will turn heads but it is important to internalize the fact that it’s not a piece of art or fashion you are buying. It makes little sense to opt for looks over performance or functionality. Do not be swept off your feet by mere appearances, find out what the tablet can actually do. 6. Ignoring the type of web connectivity The internet is an integral part of our everyday life and a tablet should give you flawless web connectivity. Many people ignore the connectivity options that tablets present and rush to buy based on other priorities. Web connectivity options that exist include WIFI, 3G, and 4G. If you buy a WIFI only tablet, you restrict yourself only to WIFI network connectivity. Likewise, if your device supports only 3G connectivity, you cannot enjoy the benefits of 4G. Conclusion Before buying a tablet whether for work or other use, do not make a rushed decision. Do your research, evaluate your needs and make the purchase from a point of enlightenment.
Newsworthy
Here’s an article about the best tablet computers in 2016. Read on …

Apple and Amazon

were tablet

standouts in 2016

Amazon managed to nearly double its tablets sales while Apple sold over 40 million iPads. The tablet industry continues to shrink, but not for everyone. Amazon boosted tablet sales by 99.4 percent last year, according to TrendForce. It sold over 11 million Fire tablets in 2016. However, total tablet shipments were down by 6.6 percent. Apple's iPad sales dipped 14.1 percent, but the company retained its top spot, selling 42 million devices to comfortably best Samsung. Samsung came in at a distant second place with 27 million tablets sold. Related stories Top tablets with keyboards Google hints at Chrome OS coming to tablets Looks like Lenovo has another budget tablet on the horizon The last few years have been tough for the tablet industry, with reports of slowing sales coming out quarter after quarter. Things could soon be looking up though, with IDC Research last year predicting growth will finally recur next year. "Major tablet brands posted a marginal decline in their total shipments for 2016," said TrendForce analyst Anita Wang. She notes that Apple's shipments were bolstered by strong sales in the holiday period. Read more here If getting tablets makes things less disruptive in the prison system, this might be a good idea. Who knows?
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Here are the Top 5 Tablet

Buying Mistakes People

Make

Since the release of the iPad in 2010 by apple, the tablet market has grown in leaps and bounds. According to data estimates by Statista, 60 million tablets were sold in the U.S in 2016. Tablets have become an integral part of our lives; from work to shopping to entertainment we constantly rely on these gadgets. When it comes to buying, people constantly make big mistakes that can be costly. Here are the top 5 mistakes people make: 1. Thinking that a tablet will replace a PC While major advancements have been made in the development of tablets, they still won’t do everything your personal computer can do. At least not as well. Many tablets today are compatible with keyboards and a host of input devices such as styluses, mice, and even joysticks. Some tablets like the Ipad pro run on a powerful operating system which allows it to be great at multitasking; you even get a split screen display! However, you will quickly realize that no tablet available today will give you the same tools for work as the PC. Be it word processors or video editors, tablet versions will never give you all the resources available for the PC version. 2. Buying cheap Cheap things are tempting especially if they promise big. These days you can get tablets for as little as $ 100 on some e- commerce websites that boast high-res cameras, fast processing speeds, and massive internal storage. While everyone loves a good deal, cheap is always expensive in the long run. Even though expensive is not always a guarantee of quality, the odds are greater. 3. Not paying attention to the operating system There are mainly three types of OS that power tablets: IOS, android, and windows. These platforms are different and all have their strengths and limitations. For example, windows based tablets are better for enterprise and work than android. Android is more versatile than both windows and IOS while IOS offers enhanced protection from viruses and a smoother running experience. 4. Ignoring the processor speed Many people overlook the strength of the processor and concentrate on features such as the size of the screen, megapixels of the cameras and the storage size. While these are important considerations, the processor speed could be more important. 1 core tablets with clock speeds of below 1ghz will be too slow for your liking. You are most likely to experience constant hanging and no decent multitasking capability. 5. Going for the looks Everyone fancies a gadget that will turn heads but it is important to internalize the fact that it’s not a piece of art or fashion you are buying. It makes little sense to opt for looks over performance or functionality. Do not be swept off your feet by mere appearances, find out what the tablet can actually do. 6. Ignoring the type of web connectivity The internet is an integral part of our everyday life and a tablet should give you flawless web connectivity. Many people ignore the connectivity options that tablets present and rush to buy based on other priorities. Web connectivity options that exist include WIFI, 3G, and 4G. If you buy a WIFI only tablet, you restrict yourself only to WIFI network connectivity. Likewise, if your device supports only 3G connectivity, you cannot enjoy the benefits of 4G. Conclusion Before buying a tablet whether for work or other use, do not make a rushed decision. Do your research, evaluate your needs and make the purchase from a point of enlightenment.
Newsworthy
Here’s an article about the best tablet computers in 2016. Read on …

Apple and Amazon were tablet

standouts in 2016

Amazon managed to nearly double its tablets sales while Apple sold over 40 million iPads. The tablet industry continues to shrink, but not for everyone. Amazon boosted tablet sales by 99.4 percent last year, according to TrendForce. It sold over 11 million Fire tablets in 2016. However, total tablet shipments were down by 6.6 percent. Apple's iPad sales dipped 14.1 percent, but the company retained its top spot, selling 42 million devices to comfortably best Samsung. Samsung came in at a distant second place with 27 million tablets sold. Related stories Top tablets with keyboards Google hints at Chrome OS coming to tablets Looks like Lenovo has another budget tablet on the horizon The last few years have been tough for the tablet industry, with reports of slowing sales coming out quarter after quarter. Things could soon be looking up though, with IDC Research last year predicting growth will finally recur next year. "Major tablet brands posted a marginal decline in their total shipments for 2016," said TrendForce analyst Anita Wang. She notes that Apple's shipments were bolstered by strong sales in the holiday period. Read more here If getting tablets makes things less disruptive in the prison system, this might be a good idea. Who knows?
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