If you’re shopping for a 7-inch tablet, there’s absolutely no shortage of options. It’s undeniable, however, that the leading choices are Apple’s iPad mini and Google’s Nexus 7. We’ve reviewed both of these devices individually, but it’s time to put them head-to-head. We’re also extremely pleased to announce that we’ll be offering five 32GB Nexus 7s as a hardware Rewards. If you’re unfamiliar with our Rewards program, head over to our gaming guide and Rewards FAQ to find out more.
Tablets are an important tool for students; they can be used for carrying your eTextbooks, taking notes during lectures, or doing online research. They are so light that you would hardly even notice one in your backpack. Whether you’re looking for a cheap 7-inch tablet or a full-featured 10-inch tablet, this guide can help you out. The good news is that there are so many great tablets available right now that your hardest choice isn’t going to be finding one, but deciding on one.
Senior citizens often find themselves looking for products that are powerful yet easy to use, not only out of a desire to simplify, but also because older buyers can often afford exactly what they want. Not every tablet will do for a crowd as discerning as senior citizens. They want a product that just works, and works well, but also provides access to books and videos as well as communication with family. Here are three picks wonderfully suited for those needs.
If you want to buy an iPad, you have a tough decision ahead of you. Apple’s new iPads are very similar, but they’re still noticeably different in many ways.