When it comes to finding the right tablet, there are two factors that play a crucial role in what device is purchased:
- Strong user experience
Finding a device with both of these qualities often means researching multiple options and striking that perfect balance. And though tablets have become popular devices at home, they can also be used for lightweight work while on the go. If you’re looking for a new tablet, read on to see which model we recommend.
-IT Peer Network
To help save time in the review process of suitable tablets, Intel commissioned Principled Technologies to test three different Android tablets to see which had the best user experience for the price. Ultimately, the Dell Venue 7 came out on top. Take a look at this quick infographic to see why:
When it comes to user experience and lower cost, the Intel Atom processor-powered Dell Venue 7 is the best option compared to the ARM* processor-based Samsung* Galaxy* Tab 3 7.0 and the Google* Nexus* 7. Not everyone has similar needs, however, so before committing to purchasing a tablet of any kind, make sure to browse other manufacturers in the market and weigh the options against the type of tasks you have to complete and the features you want.
For a longer read about Principled Technologies’ methods of testing, check out our recent IT Peer Network blog “Getting the Most for Your Money When It Comes to Tablets.”