The Top Tablets by Class

Tablet computers are all the rage these days; tapping or swiping your way through tasks that would usually be far more stationary endeavors is a lot of fun and makes a lot of sense, after all, who wants to be chained to a desk whilst they surf the internet, do business or play games? With so many tablets out there being made for a diverse range of purposes however, which are the best of the bunch?

Affordable- Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7

At the exceptionally low price of $179, Amazon’s Kindle Fire HDX 7 tablet sets a new, inimitable standard in the affordable tablet market. The device comes with an 7 inch full HD screen, a quad-core 2.2 GHz quad core processor, 2GB of RAM and up to 64GB of storage, making this one of the cheapest, fastest tablets on the market right now. With a micro USB 2.0 port and battery life unseen in a device this cheap, this literally has everything you’d possibly need for everyday computing, at a ridiculous price!

IPad 1st Gen

IPad 1st Gen

All-Round- Google Nexus 7

For a 7 inch all-rounder, you can’t do better than Google’s Nexus 7. It has a HD 1980×1080 screen that’s fed by a 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core Krait processor, comes with 2GB of RAM and has 32GB of storage; all of the trappings that you’d expect from a tablet that can handle a vast array of tasks and purposes. The system runs the new Android KitKat OS, a quick, sleek piece of programming, so even if you’re using the tablet for a spot of wagering at you’ll be able to keep on top of those live updating odds and deals, never missing a minute.

Pro- Apple iPad Air 2

Apple has always produce gold-standard pieces of pro-leaning hardware, and the iPad Air 2 is no different. It’s ridiculously thin – 6.3mm in total – and packs 2GB of memory, Apple’s new A7 chip, and, perhaps most importantly, Apple’s attention to detail. Macs don’t suffer from bugs and shutdowns in the same way that PCs do, so you know that this tablet will keep running whatever you run through it.

Gaming- NVIDIA Shield Tablet

NVIDIA’s Shield is built for hardcore gamers, a group that often wouldn’t be seen near a tablet, yet still it ticks all of the boxes. The Tegra K1 console-like mobile processor is better than the chips found within PS4s and Xbox Ones, it has 32GB of storage, excellent sound, 4K-Ultra HD ready screen and access to NVIDIA’s GRID game streaming service.