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Hello everyone,



I am on a quest to find a tablet. I have some money burning a hole in my wallet and I think I would like my next toy to be a tablet. We have an iPad at home, but it is really my wife's and I don't think I want another iPad. However, I am open to it if t proves to be the best for the price.



Here are a few that I am looking at:



Microsoft Surface - heard pretty good things about it but is at the high end of my budget, if not over.

iPad w/Retnia Display - It's Apple. I am going to imagine that it will be the same as the one my wife has, but with a higher res.

Samsung Galaxy Note Pro - I don't know, but it looks pretty good on paper.

Nexus 7 - Again, the only thing I know is about the specs on paper.

ASUS Transformer - Actually, I had this for about a day, but my wife wanted to go with the iPad. It was okay.

Dell Venue 11 Pro - Looks like it can be pretty powerful and has Windows 8.1.

Nvidia Shield Tab - Looks great and powerful. I have a GPU that would be able to stream my games if I wanted to, plus it just looks like a great tablet. There is a new one that is coming out that is 32GB/4G/LTE on Tuesday (Sept. 30).



What do you guys think? It will be mostly used for web stuff, music, streaming movies and a bit of gaming. I would also like to know if any tablets have the ability to stream media files from my HTPC to the tablet on my home network and when I am away from home. I do web work, so if there is the ability to work with any type of Adobe apps, i.e. Photoshop and Dreamweaver, is a plus but not at the top of the list. Oh, and about the new version of the Shield...is there a difference between 4G/LTE version? I mean, that will only make a difference if I have a phone carrier plan, correct? Or, is it a faster unit overall?



I won't list my budget, but I will say that I can pretty much buy any of these tablets with the exception of the new Surface. If that one winds up being the best, I can save up for it.



I think that is everything. I really appreciate any help and advive that you guys can give me. Thank you in advance!



Johnny
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I can say for sure that a tablet with a 16:9 ratio (unlike the iPad's 4:3) is going to be more desirable for watching movies.

Gaming... what sort of games?

I'm not sure how much data you intend to store on the tablet, but keep in mind the iPad doesn't have an SD card slot so you can't expand storage and the storage upgrades can be expensive.
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Originally Posted by testudoaubreii View Post

Hello everyone,



I am on a quest to find a tablet. I have some money burning a hole in my wallet and I think I would like my next toy to be a tablet. We have an iPad at home, but it is really my wife's and I don't think I want another iPad. However, I am open to it if t proves to be the best for the price.



Here are a few that I am looking at:



Microsoft Surface - heard pretty good things about it but is at the high end of my budget, if not over.

iPad w/Retnia Display - It's Apple. I am going to imagine that it will be the same as the one my wife has, but with a higher res.

Samsung Galaxy Note Pro - I don't know, but it looks pretty good on paper.

Nexus 7 - Again, the only thing I know is about the specs on paper.

ASUS Transformer - Actually, I had this for about a day, but my wife wanted to go with the iPad. It was okay.

Dell Venue 11 Pro - Looks like it can be pretty powerful and has Windows 8.1.

Nvidia Shield Tab - Looks great and powerful. I have a GPU that would be able to stream my games if I wanted to, plus it just looks like a great tablet. There is a new one that is coming out that is 32GB/4G/LTE on Tuesday (Sept. 30).



What do you guys think? It will be mostly used for web stuff, music, streaming movies and a bit of gaming. I would also like to know if any tablets have the ability to stream media files from my HTPC to the tablet on my home network and when I am away from home. I do web work, so if there is the ability to work with any type of Adobe apps, i.e. Photoshop and Dreamweaver, is a plus but not at the top of the list. Oh, and about the new version of the Shield...is there a difference between 4G/LTE version? I mean, that will only make a difference if I have a phone carrier plan, correct? Or, is it a faster unit overall?



I won't list my budget, but I will say that I can pretty much buy any of these tablets with the exception of the new Surface. If that one winds up being the best, I can save up for it.



I think that is everything. I really appreciate any help and advive that you guys can give me. Thank you in advance!



Johnny
You dont have big requirements for your tablet. Nexus 7 doesn't have a memory card slot, samsung galaxy pro tab 8.4 ar pro note 12.2 ? They are a bit different.
http://www.gsmarena.com/compare.php3?idPhone1=5946&idPhone2=5945
myself i would go with note pro 12.2. Myself i dont like asus, the quality of the builds is not satisfactory for me.
post #4 of 12
Web stuff = any tablet can do the basic stuff
Music = all
Stream movies = all
Bit of Gaming = depends which games
Stream media files from my HTPC to the tablet = all with the use of programs like Plex
Web work = such as?
Adobe apps = a windows tablet

Coming from a guy that has used an android tablet for a year, an iPad for 6 months and a surface pro for a year. GET THE SURFACE

No need to get that sweet third gen of the surface, a 2nd or 1st gen (if you don't mind the 4 hour battery life) should suffice and you'll be able to find a surface 2 pro for $600 and a surface pro for $350 (last time I checked). It does EVERYTHING you could think of, light gaming (BIOSHOCK INFINTE) and android games if you install blue stacks (I believe that's the name anyways) - Adobe programs (though I've only used reader and acrobat) and everything else you could think of, get it with the keyboard and you're set. It's basically a laptop that's small and has a touch screen.

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I have decided on the i7/256GB/8GB RAM/HD 5000 Surface Pro 3. Instead of the keyboard cover, I am going to get a docking station. It can support multiple monitors, wireless mouse and keyboard, multiple USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports. Then I can take it out and use it as a tablet. I saw the rep totally throw and smash that thing and it did not scratch it or skip a beat.


It is outside of my budget, but it I'd going to take the place of my workstation (ASUS G75VW 10 lbs behemoth lol). I am really excited about it.
post #6 of 12
Quote:
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I have decided on the i7/256GB/8GB RAM/HD 5000 Surface Pro 3. Instead of the keyboard cover, I am going to get a docking station. It can support multiple monitors, wireless mouse and keyboard, multiple USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports. Then I can take it out and use it as a tablet. I saw the rep totally throw and smash that thing and it did not scratch it or skip a beat.


It is outside of my budget, but it I'd going to take the place of my workstation (ASUS G75VW 10 lbs behemoth lol). I am really excited about it.

mmm shoot for the i5 one or read some reviews about the i7, early reviews said it overheated and people had to return it to MS, don't know if that changed.
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I have been testing and looking at Tablets for the last few weeks. I finally bought 2 used tablets based on my budget, but I will offer what input and observations that I have had with my research.

First, be aware of what brand the tablet is. Samsung, Asus, Acer, are top notch IMO when it comes to Android Tablets. I have no experience with Windows Tablets unfortunately.

Asus Google Nexus 7. This is pretty much one of the Top Android Tablets out there. If I had the funds I would have gotten one of these. But one thing I am not fond of is the lack of SD Card slot. I like to have that extra storage for movies etc.
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Model
Brand
ASUS
Model
Nexus 7
Part#
NEXUS7 ASUS-1B32
Color
Brown

Operating Systems
Operating System
Android 4.1 (Upgradeable to Android 4.4 KitKat)

CPU
CPU Type
NVIDIA Tegra 3
CPU Speed
1.20GHz

Display
Screen Size
7.0"
LCD Features
Back-lit IPS display
Scratch-resistant Corning glass
216 ppi
Resolution
1280 x 800

Graphics
GPU/VPU
NVIDIA ULP GeForce
Video Memory
Shared system memory

Hard Drive
HDD
32GB

Memory
Memory
1GB

Communications
WLAN
802.11b/g/n Wireless LAN
Bluetooth
Yes

Ports
USB
Micro USB

Audio
Audio
Microphone

Supplemental Drive
Webcam
1.2MP front-facing camera

Power
Battery
4325 mAh
Battery Life
9 hours of HD video playback
10 hours of web browsing
10 hours of e-reading
300 hours of standby

Physical Spec
Dimensions (W x D x H)
7.81" x 4.72" x 0.41"
Weight
0.75 lbs / 340g

Features
Other Features
NFC (Android Beam)
Accelerometer
GPS
Magnetometer
Gyroscope
Function
Internet Tablet

ASUS MeMO Pad 7 Considered to be just a step below the Nexus 7. Less internal storage than the Nexus 7 it does however allow and SD Card up to 64GB. $40 Lower pricepoint than the Nexus as well. Can get it in a few different colors.
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Model
Brand
ASUS
Series
MeMO Pad
Model
ME176CX-A1-BK
Color
Black

Operating Systems
Operating System
Android 4.4 (KitKat)

CPU
CPU Type
Intel Atom
CPU Speed
Z3745 (1.33GHz)
Number of Cores
Quad-core Processor

Display
Screen Size
7.0"
Touchscreen
Yes
LCD Features
IPS Panel
Resolution
1280 x 800

Graphics
GPU/VPU
Intel HD Graphics
Video Memory
Shared system memory

Hard Drive
SSD
16GB Flash

Memory
Memory
1GB DDR3L

Communications
WLAN
802.11b/g/n Wireless LAN
Bluetooth
Bluetooth 4.0

Ports
USB
1 x Micro USB
Audio Ports
1 x Headphone/Microphone Combo Jack

Supplemental Drive
Card Reader
Micro SD Card Reader (Up to 64 GB)

Power
Battery
15Wh, 3910mAh, non-removable polymer battery
Battery Life
Up to 9 hour(s)

Physical Spec
Dimensions (W x D x H)
7.5" x 4.5" x 0.38"
Weight
0.65lb

Communications
Service
Wi-Fi Only

Features
Other Features
GPS
G-Sensor
E-compass
Hall Sensor

Acer Iconia One 7 Dual core processor rather than quad core.
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Model
Brand
Acer
Series
Iconia One 7
Model
B1-730HD-11S6
Part#
NT.L4CAA.003

Operating Systems
Operating System
Android Jelly Bean

CPU
CPU Type
Intel Atom
CPU Speed
Z2560 (1.60GHz)
Number of Cores
Dual-core Processor

Display
Screen Size
7.0"
Touchscreen
Yes
LCD Features
IPS LCD with LED-backlight with integrated 5-point capacitive touch screen (16:10) Wide viewing angle (up to 178 degree)
Resolution
1280 x 800

Graphics
GPU/VPU
PowerVR SGX544MP2
Video Memory
Shared system memory

Hard Drive
SSD
8GB

Memory
Memory
1GB LPDDR2

Communications
WLAN
802.11b/g/n Wireless LAN
Bluetooth
Bluetooth 3.0

Ports
USB
1 x Micro USB 2.0
Audio Ports
1 x Headphone/Microphone Combo Jack

Audio
Audio
Microphone
Dual Speakers

Supplemental Drive
Webcam
2MP rear-facing camera
0.3MP front-facing camera

Power
Battery
Rechargeable Li-Polymer Battery 14.8Wh(3680 mAh)
Battery Life
Up to 7 hours

Physical spec
Dimensions (W x D x H)
7.78" x 4.72" x 0.35"
Weight
0.71lb

Communications
Service
Wi-Fi Only

Features
Other Features
Capacitive 7" Multi-Touch Screen
Side Function Buttons: Volume Control
On-Screen Rotational Lock, Power button
Sensor: G-Sensor
Reset Hole
GLONASS, GPS
Function
Internet Tablet

Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Again, one of the top tablets out there on the market.
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Model
Brand
SAMSUNG
Model
Galaxy Tab 4 7.0
Part#
SM-T230NYKAXAR
Color
Black

Operating Systems
Operating System
Android 4.4 (KitKat)

CPU
CPU Type
Quad Core Processor
CPU Speed
1.20GHz

Display
Screen Size
7.0"
Touchscreen
Yes
LCD Features
TFT Display
Resolution
1280 x 800

Graphics
GPU/VPU
Integrated Graphics
Video Memory
Shared system memory

Hard Drive
SSD
8GB

Memory
Memory
1.5GB

Communications
WLAN
802.11 a/b/g/n, dual-band (2.4GHz + 5GHz)
Bluetooth
Bluetooth 4.0

Supplemental Drive
Card Reader
microSD Card Slot (Up to 32GB)
Webcam
3MP rear + 1.3 MP front

Power
Battery
Lithium Ion

Physical spec
Dimensions (W x D x H)
7.36" x 4.25" x 0.35"
Weight
0.61lb

Communications
Service
Wi-Fi Only

Features
Other Features
GPS with GLONASS

Support Format

MESSAGE
- Email (POP3/IMAP/SMTP/SSL/TLS)
- Exchange ActiveSync Email
AUDIO FILES
- Audio Codec:M4A, MP3,3GA, AAC, OGG, WAV, WMA, FLAC
VIDEO FILES
- Recording 720p@30fps; Playback: 1080@30fps
- Video Codec: MP4, 3GP, WMV, ASF, AVI, FLV, MKV, WEBM
IMAGE FILES
- BMP,GIF,JPEG,ICO. SVG-T
DOCUMENT FILES
- Word File: .doc, .docx, .dot, .dotx, .txt, .hwp, .rtf, .asc
- Excel File: .xls, .xlsx, .xlt, .xltx, .csv
- PowerPoint: .ppt, .pptx, .pps, .ppsx, .pot, .potx
- PDF: .pdf
Function
Internet Tablet

Those above are the NEW tablets that I have tested out over the last few weeks. The guys at Best Buy and I are on a first name basis as I was in almost daily just putting the display models through the paces and getting a feel for each of them. Another thought is whether or not you want to have an Internet Only Tablet or if you want one with 3G/4G abilities.

You could always get something a year older and save some cash. A Galaxy Tab 3 or Last years Nexus 7. Personally. I am rather fond of the New Asus MeMo pad. The quad core processor is dam close to the Nexus in performance. But if I had to choose it would be the Nexus 7.
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Been a while since I've been in the tablet game, but don't forget to check out the LG GPad as well. It's a solid 8 inch tablet that's spec'ed well, and has been going for around $200-250 the last couple of weeks. 16GB onboard with a MicroSD slot. Full 1080p screen, etc.
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surface pro 3 is amazing, i have the i5 128gb and i love it so so so much
    
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I have decided on the i7/256GB/8GB RAM/HD 5000 Surface Pro 3. Instead of the keyboard cover, I am going to get a docking station. It can support multiple monitors, wireless mouse and keyboard, multiple USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports. Then I can take it out and use it as a tablet. I saw the rep totally throw and smash that thing and it did not scratch it or skip a beat.


It is outside of my budget, but it I'd going to take the place of my workstation (ASUS G75VW 10 lbs behemoth lol). I am really excited about it.

Hmm, Surface Pro tablet is pretty good, but I don't know if I would recommend you to buy one.
Reason is that I feel like Surface Pro tablet is target at Students, Business and Artist rather a consumer because it is a bit pricey for it.

Yeah, I would recommend you grab i5 because the i7 is dual core CPU which it is same as i5. There is NO point grabbing i7.
     
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