Booredatwork’s Holiday shopping Guide -“Tablets”

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The Holidays are here are its time to get our shopping done, gifts for friends family and loved ones. Today we take a look at Tablets and we are going to help you find which tablets best suits you and what to by. Broken down into 3 categories; bang for your buck, Entertainment and Productivity we will highlight which are the best tablets that fit into these category for you this holiday season.

Best Bang for your Buck-Amazon Kindle Fire

At $200 the Amazon Kindle fire is a well Priced tablet that actually works well. Plus you have the full sweet of Amazon services and unlimited cloud storage. The Kindle Fire has a 7-inch IPS display with Gorilla glass coating, weighs approximately 14.6 ounces, its got 8 Gb of storage (actually 6GB), with unlimited cloud storage. It is a Wi-Fi capable tablet, no Bluetooth or 3G.The first thing you will notice about the Kindle Fire is the lack of physical button anywhere on the device, its got one and that is the power button. For a full Review on the kindle Fire check here

 

Best Entertainment Value-Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

Samsung has brought in a sense of style and elegance to Android tablet devices.  An ultra thin and ultra light tablet that boast a long battery life with, 720P recording, all powered by a Tegra 2 dual core Processor. The back of the device has a full white finish  with the upper half having a metallic finish that houses the rear 3MP camera with LED flash.  There is a 2MP front facing camera for video chat, all wrapped around a gorgeous 10” display with a resolution of 1280X800. for a full review Check here

So if you are looking for a gift some someone tech inclined who wants a tablet or you want one yourself. Take a look at our categories and find what best fits you and purchase what you want.

 

Best Productivity- Lenovo ThinkPad tablet

The ThinkPad Tablet is powered by a Tegra 2 processor as are all Android Honeycomb Tablets. With its 10.1 inches display, it  only weighs about 1.65LB,  a 2 megapixel front facing camera for video chat, and a 5 megapixel camera in the rear. Also comes with a full assortment of regular sized ports(very enterprise user in mind) USB port, mini USB port, HDMI-out, full SD card slot.  The ThinkPad Table also comes with an optional stylus and a ThinkPad dock keyboard. Citrix  & enterprise ready in every respect. For the full review click here.

So if you are looking for a gift some someone tech inclined who wants a tablet or you want one yourself. Take a look at our categories and find what best fits you and purchase what you want.

 

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