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The 3 Hottest Tablets (or Tablet Kiosks) on the Market

 
The tablet market these days is as flooded as the market for smart phones and laptops. With myriad specifications in size, speed, price, and function, deciding on the right tablet for your specific needs and desires can be an arduous task. Why not take a look at what the tech world is buzzing about in the world of tablets, since they make a living testing and reviewing this stuff? Here are the three hottest tablets on the market today, and a brief description of why:

1: Apple iPad, fourth generation

Ah, the ubiquitous iPad. It changed the world of personal computing when it burst on the scene in 2010 as the first tablet PC, and has dominated the market ever since. Its iOS operating system is fast and user friendly. Its retina display and A6X processor makes for stunning graphics and high speed video playback. Its cellular compatibility is unmatched. All of these pros are offset by one big con: the price. If you want the best on the market, you'll have to pay around $499 for it. The iPad weighs 1.44 lbs, which is comparable to most full-sized tablets.

2: Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700Asus image

With the popular Android operating system, Asus' latest and best offering combines a high-resolution screen, super-fast app launching, and solid GPS and cellular capabilities with a slim profile, an optional keyboard, and a reasonable price: $428. Throw in one of the better camera, and this tablet rivals the iPad, and for Android lovers, undoubtedly conquers it. Weighing in at 1.31 lbs, it edges out the iPad in weight as well. The keyboard can be a really nice feature for those who don't like typing on touch screens - it makes the Transformer feel more like a really light laptop than a tablet.

3. Google Nexus 7

Google's Nexus line has been a wildly popular tablet option throughout its line. The 7 builds on the solid reputation of Nexus products by improving battery life, comfort, and screen resolution. This tablet is much smaller than the two listed above, at 7.8 x 4.7 inches and only 0.76 lbs., it is more comparable to the iPad mini, which it outperforms. At $199, the price is right as well. This offering from Google is popular for internet and app fanatics because of its seamless Android OS.

Tablets seek to occupy the middle ground between the portability of phones and the functionality of laptops. If this seems like a space you want to occupy, you would do well to look at the above three tablets that the tech world is buzzing about.
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