There is still time left this year to grab yourself a new tablet, but you had best hurry if you wish to get one before the year comes to an end. However, that is where the fun begins because the choice is pretty tough, so we thought we would point you in the direction of a number of tablet comparison reviews for late 2012 just to make your job a little easier – well this is said to be one of the most stressful times of the year.
Whenever you ask somebody what tablet you should get it’s almost certain that a huge percentage of them will say the iPad, but there is such a great choice out there that many believe are better than Apple’s tablet. You’ll see this for yourself in this slideshow that looks at a rundown of what they consider to be the best tablets. First up is the iPad Mini, which is perfect for those still wanting the iPad experience but cannot afford to purchase the larger version.
The Nexus 7 price and having the latest version of Android Jelly Bean is sure to make you seriously consider this smaller tablet, but as it is lacking some key features owners have already started to wonder when the Nexus 7 sequel will be released. However, if you were looking for a tablet with more specs, then the larger Nexus 10 would be a far better choice. Remember it is not always about the specs, you also have to consider budget, but we are concerned when we hear that some people are paying more for their Nexus 10 than they are for an iPad 4.
To make life a little easier because it’s a tough choice to make, a quick “tablet comparison chart” showing tablets for late 2012 can be seen in the video below this article or you can see more in-depth details with comparisons in this article which IS THE BEST comparison we’ve seen that is straight to the point. Before you do make up your mind it is worth pointing out that the iPad battery came out on top against rival tablets. The iPad with Retina display lasted 811 minutes, with the nearest 10-inch rival tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 lasting just 532 minutes, which is a huge difference. Although you have to remember, it is not always about the battery. Now it is up to you, but which tablet will you choose?
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