2012 Tablet Black Friday Buying Guide

Introduction

A few years ago, the tablet market consisted of nothing more than the iPad. Over the past few years, however, the market has grown considerably. Many new entrants, including Amazon’s Kindle Fire and Google’s Nexus 7, have taken the market by storm and are finally encroaching heavily upon a market Apple and the iPad once dominated.

This holiday season has seen multiple fresh releases. Apple has refreshed their iPad line, bringing out both a 7.9 inch tablet and a refreshed iPad with a faster processor. Google released the Nexus 7 earlier this year, and just released a 10 inch version of the tablet at a nice price (unfortunately, it’s only currently available from their Web site). Book retailers have also refreshed their tablet lines – Amazon has released a new 7-inch Kindle Fire with a higher resolution, along with an 8.9 inch Fire that also comes with built-in 4G LTE Data. Not to be left in the dust, Barnes and Noble has updated their line as well – all while offering steep discounts on their previous models.

Other tablet manufacturers haven’t sat idle either – Asus, Lenovo and many others have brought new tablets to the market, while Microsoft has entered the arena with their Surface tablet, set to run a variant of Windows 8. With the dizzying array of tablets available this holiday season (and a large amount of deals out there), making a choice can prove difficult. However, we are here to help you make your choice and find the best deals available on a tablet.

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November 20, 2012
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