is this a buyer's guide?very few options and few details.No nvidia's tegra note 7 and SHIELD..
Seriously, smartphones are one thing, but for tablets, due to terrible non-optimised apps on Android the advice should be:
1. Get an iPad (whatever model that suits you best)
2. If you don't have enough cash for the cheapest one, save up and still try and get an iPad anyway
3. Get any Android tablet
No windows 8.1 tablet (hybrid)?
Adrian T., 16 Feb 2015Why the hell didn't you guys include Windows tablets in your guide? Why would anyone buy an An... moreThose are more hybrids then tablets.
The Atom hybrids cannot even run x86 programs well.
The CoreI series burns your hands if you hold it.
The CoreM are still in release, and power.. not so much.
Basically they are just laptops without keyboard.. and to really be productive with those photoshop stuff.. you will need keyboard and mouse/trackpad anyways. So no .. they are not true tablets.
For me the Sony Z3 Tablet Compact please. (white)
Why the hell didn't you guys include Windows tablets in your guide? Why would anyone buy an Android tablet instead of a Windows 8.1 (non-RT) tablet?
Let's face it. Non-RT Windows tablets are the best option for people who want to actually use a tablet to its full potential. (true gaming, full Windows apps such as Photoshop, Office suite, programming, etc.) Android devices are just for having fun and/or enjoying multimedia on them. iPads are used by people who just need clean, simple fun and also like showing off.
So why the hell didn't you include the best tablets in your "tablet buying guide"?
No Nokia N1 or Dell Venue 8 7000? Pretty sure those are the best tablets you can find on the market now.
IPad rules lol. They just need to add dual window support just like on the Samsung tablets.
AnonD-309678, 16 Feb 2015No Mipad? Probably best value high end tablet.That title goes to Surface Pro 3 I guess...
Again, I am asking this nth time in the "tablet buyers guide" why in the world you are not including Windows tablets in your guide? You guys have any sort of bias against Windows or something because in each and every tablet buyers guide you posted recently, there is no such thing as a windows tablet.
No Mipad? Probably best value high end tablet.
AnonD-292407, 16 Feb 2015Where's the N1.....u didn't even put it in (what didn't made the cut list)They might include it, if Nokia finally launched in more than one country... I'm so sick of those limited batch sales :(
AnonD-292407, 16 Feb 2015Where's the N1.....u didn't even put it in (what didn't made the cut list)Make*
Where's the N1.....u didn't even put it in (what didn't made the cut list)