The Top Tablets for 2014

Reagan Wireless is a wholesale cellphone distributor based out of Deerfield Beach, Florida. Daniel Kaufman, President and CEO has helped Reagan Wireless establish itself as one of the area’s leading cellphone providers. Customers can also find cellphone accessories and related products such as iDen phones and a variety of tablets.

The tablet market is as crowded as the smartphone market, and deciding on which model to go with can be a challenge for many shoppers. There are a few factors that need to be considered before you can make an educated decision on which model you want to choose, beginning with price. Like most technology products, the gap between the highest-priced tablets and the most affordable is very wide. Some Asus models can be had for just over $100, while the newest Apple Air designs often cost over $500. If you want to purchase a tablet on a budget, the Asus MeMO Pad HD 7 is on par with comparable models in terms of battery life, storage, and processing speed.

While the majority of tablets have similar sizes and weight, this is another important aspect to consider before buying. The Google Nexus 7 is among the smallest and lightest tablets on the market, with a 7.9 by 4.5 inch screen and weighing just 10.5 ounces, making it highly portable. For users who want an experience closer to that of a laptop, the Sony Xperia Tablet Z weighs more than a pound with dimensions of 10.47 by 6.77 inches. Finally, consider the brands you trust when it comes to laptops, cellphones, and e-readers, as you will likely have similar experiences with your tablet. Amazon and Dell are some of the most prominent distributors of tablets in addition to Asus, Apple, and Sony.


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