2015 Tablet Buying Guide

Android Tablets

Android Tablet


Samsung Galaxy S
Samsung Galaxy S
$358.00 at Beach Camera

Available with either an 8.5" or 10.5" screen size, Samsung pulled no punches with their latest flagship tablet, the Samsung Galaxy S. While the most striking feature is the 2560 x 1600 Super AMOLED WQXGA screen, this well-equipped Android tablet also sports 3GB of RAM to compliment the dual Samsung quad-core processors hidden beneath that jaw-dropping display. Sure, some may deride this tablet as simply an overgrown Galaxy S5, but with front and rear cameras, a fingerprint reader, and expandable MicroSD storage squeezed into a 6.6mm device, is that really a bad thing?


Google Nexus 9
Google Nexus 9
$393.90 at Amazon

The latest in Google's purist line of Android tablets continues the trend of manufacturers who have taken a page out of Apple's playbook. As they did with the Nexus 7, Google has moved towards a "premium" look and feel that trades niceties like removable storage and user replaceable batteries for a thinner, more elegant design. As a result, the HTC manufactured Nexus 9 delivers as much style as it does power, featuring an Nvidia 64-bit Tegra K1 feature set beneath a beautiful brushed aluminum frame, available in black, white, and gold. There are many Android 5.1 tablets to choose from, but if you are shopping for longevity, Nexus 9's powerful hardware and Google's reputation for prolonged support of Nexus devices make this an obvious choice.


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June 29, 2015
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