Android 7.0 Nougat, 10.1 " 1280x800 IPS, 16 GB, 1.3GHz, 3G 4G LTE, Bluetooth, Weight 490g
Windows 10 Home, 10.1 " 1280x800 IPS, 128 GB, 1.44GHz, Bluetooth, 11 hours Battery Time, Weight 540g
Android 6.0 Marshmallow, 9.7 " 2048x1536 , 64 GB, 2.10GHz, Bluetooth, Weight 430g
Windows 10, 10.1 " 1280x800 , 32 GB, 1.44GHz, Bluetooth, HDMI, Weight 0.85g
Android 5.0 Lolipop, 8 " 2048x1536 IPS, 16 GB, 1.33GHz, Bluetooth, Miracast, 8 hours battery life Battery Time, Weight 317g
Android 4.4 KitKat, 7 " 1280x800 IPS, 16 GB, 1.86GHz, Bluetooth, Miracast WiDi, 9h Battery Time, Weight 294.8g
Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, 7 " 1280x800 IPS, 16 GB, 1.2GHz, Bluetooth, 10h Battery Time, Weight 302g
Android 3.2 Honeycomb, 10.1 " 1280x800 , 32 GB, 1.4GHz, Bluetooth, HDMI, 18h Battery Time, Weight 1123g
Larger than netbooks but often lighter than traditional laptops, tablets have become popular for offering a sleek and attractive alternative to other models. ASUS offers a great range of tablets, with models appropriate for many different lifestyles and needs.
When shopping for the best Samsung tablets, it’s important that you’re aware of your minimum requirements – this will allow you to find a model which fits your particular needs without being too expensive.
Certain features will affect the price of your ASUS tablet. For example, choosing a model which has more memory or a larger screen size will generally make it more expensive, although these can be vital features if you’re looking to save a lot of data on your device.
You should also consider the weight of the device, and what sort of battery life it has. There’s no point having a tablet which meets all your needs if it can’t stay charged up long enough. Finally, consider what sort of warranty program is available with your tablet, as these can be worth investing in.