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By [http://EzineArticles.com/expert/Amy_Yang/90591]Amy Yang
Visit any electronics store and you will see so many tablet choices. How do you pick the right one for you? There are tablets suitable for the person who just wants to check email and browse the web. Then there are tablets made for gamers and photographers. If you buy the tablet that meets your needs, you often times can save money. You won’t be spending money on a tablet with features that you will never use.
The first thing you can do is to look at the features of the tablet. How many connections does it have and what types? Does it have a microSD slot? What is the screen resolution of the tablet? What is it designed for? Once you have finished looking over the features, then ask yourself, which of the following features do you absolutely need? Do you need the super high resolution? Do you need a microSD slot? Do you need to have each and every one of the connections? For example, you may not need to have super high resolution if you will be doing mostly web browsing and email. But if you will be doing some photo editing, then having that super high resolution will definitely help you. Also, if you will be saving a lot of things to your tablet such as movies and music, then you will want to have a microSD slot. Otherwise, if you will be storing most of your things in the cloud (on the internet), then you won’t need to have a microSD slot.
Another thing to consider when it comes to picking the best tablet for you is the type of operating system you want. You have the Android operating system, then you also have the Apple iOS system. There is also a Windows operating system you can choose from. Each have their own app store. The Apple App Store and the Android Google Play Store are pretty much head to head when it comes to the number of apps available which number well over 1 million for both. The number of apps available for the Microsoft Phone Store number over 300,000. If you rely heavily on a number of different apps, then either the Apple or Android systems will be better. But if you only use basic apps, then either of the system will work. Also, if your phone is one operating system, then it would be a good idea to stick with the same so that your phone and your tablet can sync with each other.
As you look at all your options, you will see that the costs of the tablets vary tremendously. High end tablets such as Apple iPads can cost you close to $1,000 while lower end intro tablets can cost a mere $50. Once you’ve narrowed down the features that you need, you can then look into the many brands of tablets out there. Research each tablet and read reviews on each. If you know a friend with a tablet, ask to see the tablet and ask your friend how he or she likes it. You might find a tablet that is lower in cost with good reviews that suits your needs just fine.
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