Thursday, September 13, 2012


After Apple released the iPad in early 2010, tablet computers began to enter the era of glory. Thinner and lighter than any netbook, tablet very easy and convenient to carry anywhere. This one gadget offers browsing and emailing very easy, but easier to see because the screen is bigger than a cell phone or smartphone.
A number of advantages that makes the tablet a new trend in the world of gadgets and pretty much favored. Various brands were competing to create the best tablet. The many types of tablet computers on the market, consumers demand to be smart to choose if you want to buy it. Here are the things you should consider, when buying a tablet computer, as quoted by Wired.

1. Screen
The screen is the most important factor in choosing tablet. Some people want a big tablet screen for easy finger touch the screen, typing or streaming video. But others may prefer a smaller tablet size in order to load it in a bag is not too heavy. Adjust to the needs, desires and activities.

It should also pay attention to the screen resolution. The greater the pixel quarter inch, the resulting picture is also sharper for streaming video or film, and writing more clearly readable. But the picture quality is also determined from the pigment color, contrast and brightness levels. Before buying, first test how responsive the touch screen with your hand.

2. Wireless Connection
Almost all tablet computers are equipped with Wi-Fi, but the rate of speed can vary. Some types of tablets menyupport 802.1 b / g, which is ideal if you only use it to view or send email, social networking or browsing. But if you want a media-streaming or need to download a file with a large capacity, then you should choose a tablet with 802.11 n.

Equipped with a 3G tablet is perfect for those who wish to remain smooth to the internet even though it is beyond the reach of hotspots. But it also depends on coverage area that is in your place. You may also need a tablet with GPS, if you like traveling or less familiar with the road. Consider also Bluetooth. This feature can be quite useful for easy data transfer.

3. Operating Systems and Applications
Tablets generally uses the Android operating system and Apple's iOS - specifically for the iPad. Each has its advantages and limitations. The operating system of Apple app store offers a fairly large, but less in Adobe Flash support so that the experience of surfing in cyberspace is limited.

While Android-based tablet offers many configurable options for a variety of applications, but the quality control is not as restrictive as Apple's her. In essence, there are many interesting applications of the same or similar to the iPad, but the app is compatible with Android more vulnerable to bugs.

4. Memory Capacity
You will need a large enough memory if you want to use the tablet as a means of entertainment, such as storing movies, videos or music. Most tablets use RAM-based memory. In addition to more expensive, Anbda also can not add memory. But there are also some tablet models that although memory is not too big, yet provides SD or microSD slot that lets you upgrade your free data storage capacity as you wish.

5. Input and Output
Because of its very thin, most tablet computers only have 3.5 mm headphone jack and a USB slot. Even for the iPad has no USB slot so that the gadget that can connect to the iPad (digital camera, flash drive) is also limited.

Consider, if you will use a tablet instead of a desktop / notebook or not. If so, it is necessary to choose a tablet that comes as an additional HDMI port to allow you to see the video or photos from the tablet to the TV.

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