The tablet buying guide will help you to find the best tablet for you as per you requirements.
Different people have different tastes and expect their gadgets to satisfy their needs. There are a plethora of parameters to look for before finalising the tablets which suits you the best. Everyday new tablets are making appearances in the market out of which most have the same or almost the same configurations. Which is the best configuration is difficult to decide as only one may not always have all the parameters you are looking for. Gadget Cluster describes some of the basic criteria which are to be looked for before buying a tablet.
People having good camera requirement may overlook some other feature as screen responsiveness or RAM requirement. In general most tablets housing a good camera generally meet all the requirements.
Some of the parameters looked for are:
Design of the product is very important especially while buying the tablet. The ease of using the tablet will depend upon the overall build of the tablet. If the tablet design is not optimal for you, you may land up in a mess. Some of the things that can be included in this section while buying a new tablet would be
Texture on the back side of the tablet. Though most of us do not consider this, this can be an important parameter. If the table has a cheap shiny backside then you may not have a strong grip over it (There may be some exceptions for shiny backsides).
The placement of the physical buttons such as volume rockers, power button is also important. If you are not comfortable to operate the buttons with the same hand in which you are holding a tablet then it would be irritating. Some tablets(or Smartphones) has the volume rockers and the power button housed on the same side, so while pressing the rockers you may land up pressing the power button.
Screen is the most important factor while deciding the tablet. The screen resolution requirements may vary as per the application. If are a fan of gaming or watching movies high resolution tablet is what you should look for. If you want to use the tablet for office use as such word or excel files you may not require such a high resolution. Most of the tablets are available in a standard resolution of 480*854 px and is sufficient for regular use. High resolution may be 1080*1920px or other.
The general rule for screen size is that if the screen or the tablet is larger than the vertical span of you palm with fingers then the tablet is not for you.
To power a large screen you require a sufficient power house. The battery rating should be checked before finalising the tablet. What more important is the stand by time of the device. The device when used with Wi-Fi, mobile network, music, games should at the least last for about 10-12 hours if not the whole day.
Heating issue should be also checked. Some of them heat a lot while their use.
Operating system also matters a lot. Most of you would prefer buying android tablets, but there are many more OS available like Apple’s iOS, Blackberry OS, Windows 8 RT or Pro. The latest the OS, more it tends to be smooth, efficient in terms of battery consumption.
5.RAM and storage
RAM matters a lot. The more applications you run, sooner the RAM issues you have to face. If you run heavy applications and games like NFS or FIFA lot of RAM is required. Facebook the most common app requires around 35Mb ram excluding the messenger. Best RAM space would be around 1Gb for normal use and 2Gb for advanced users and heavy gamers.
Some of the applications cannot be transferred to the SD card and need to be installed in the phone(internal) memory. In that case your internal memory should be enough to accommodate the applications. Off course there are methods to use SD card as internal memory but most of them require complete access by rooting the phone, which is not recommended.
Many users want the best camera. The cameras are used for capturing the moments and share them instantly. People tend to rate the camera on the basis of the pixels. However this parameter may not be useful always. Most of Indian manufactures try to allure customers by specifying the pixel of camera. However it should be noted that, is Samsung’s 5MP camera is compared with Karbonn’s 13Mp, we cannot guarantee that Karbonn’s camera give better image quality than Samsung. Though Samsung camera has lower MP, but other features like image stabilisation or low-light mode should be compared with its MP rating.
This is the complete guide which will help you to buy the best tablet as per your requirement.
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