2014 - 2015
The best tablets of 2014-2015 list has absolutely no
surprises on it. Apple is the stand out as always in the full size tablet market, the best in the mini market is
the Google Nexus 7 inch but for the most part Apple, Samsung, Kindle all lead the way.
The good news is that
tablets have made leaps in bounds in the processing department so they are quicker than ever. Most brands have
also improved their screens so that the picture is sharper clearer than before.
The bad news is that
prices have remained pretty steady since last year. Kindle is the only one that has bumped their pricing down.
The rest of the manufacturers have managed to keep their pricing pretty steady but and it is a big but they have
no reduced their prices by much.
The laptop market has seen
steady price reductions over the last several years. Many manufacturers have made cheaper models to meet the
demand of the market but their tablets are not budging in price yet.
No best tablet list would be complete without talking about the Apple Ipad 4. Apple just beats the
competition by leaps and bounds when it comes to tablet computing. It is the industry leader that every other
manufacturer competes with.
The 4th generation IPAD has Retina display which is literally crystal clear. The AX5
processor is super fast and literally can not be beat by any of the competitors at this time. The cost hovers
around $550 if you grab it on sale which makes it one of the most expensive tablets. The old saying rings
true in this case “you pay for what you get!”
The Surface while not able
to knock Apple out of the ring is certainly one of the best tablets of 2014. The Surface is a hybrid made by
Microsoft. It has all the capabilities of a laptop once you snap on the keyboard and the convenience of a
tablet. It is new and it may be the one to knock Apple out of the top slot.
It is a little pricey
which may keep consumers away for a while until they can get the pricing under control at almost $700 a lot of
people can not get past the cost.
The Kindle Fire HDX is a
great tablet for the price! Under $200 at most retail outlets! It offers access to the google play store which
means you can load many of the apps that you want and need. The Kindle has come a long way from an E reader and
there latest and greatest easily makes the best tablets of 2014 list.
There are other tablets
that are worth mentioning like the Google Nexus 10 (its 7 inch sister takes the category of Best mini tablets of
2014), the Barnes and Noble Nook and the Samsung Galaxy Note series.
The best tablets of 2014-2015 are plentiful! Unless you are really dependent on your tablet for
work or school any of the above have the potential to satisfy your tablet needs. Just do a little price
comparison to make sure you are getting a great deal.