Difference between iPad and Tablet -iPad vs Tablet comparison

What’s the difference between an iPad and a tablet?

What is the difference between iPad and Tablet

Difference Between iPad and Tablet

The prospective buyers of digital tablets often search for ‘what is the difference between iPad and tablet’. This is because Android tablets have lately gained considerable popularity and have become a major competitor of more expensive iPads, though Apple still remains the leading tablet vendor. In-spite of the fact that iPad and Android tablets have borrowed from each other number of features and ideas over the years and they have a lot in common, they still have some crucial differences. I have in this post tried to explain these major areas of difference between iPad and Tablet to help you to decide which tablet is best for you.

iPad vs Tablet (Difference between iPad and tablet)

What is a Tablet?

A tablet is an internet enabled mobile computing device with a touch screen display. You need to have access to a steady internet connection either with WiFi or a 3G or 4G data plan to extract the fullest worthiness of a tablet. It is typically smaller than a notebook computer but larger than a smartphone. It is relatively thin and has downloadable apps. Tablet is primarily operated by touching the screen rather than using a physical keyboard. You may have the option to attach a keyboard, but a keyboard generally won’t come with a tablet. A tablet’s screen is its primary input device. Tablets turn on quickly, providing almost instant access to the internet or your apps. It has an operating system capable of running small programs. The most popular operating systems for tablets are Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS, both initiating on smartphones and are at present being used in tablets.

What is a iPad?

Now, what is a iPad? iPad is the brand name for Apple’s line of tablets. iPad runs on Apple’s own Operating System called iOS. Unlike the iPad, Android tablet is a common name for a variety of products with varying specs from different manufacturers. Android tablets run on Google’s Android OS for mobile devices.

Late entry is Windows tablets running on Microsoft’s Windows OS. Windows tablets are compatible with Microsoft Office software and hence are best suited for work use. These tablets are good for anyone who needs full integration with a Microsoft-based office environment. If you need to be able to run Windows programs, these tablets are a good compromise between a tablet and a laptop.

Key areas of difference between iPad and Tablet

iPad vs Tablet:

  • Tablet is a common name for a wide variety of devices that usually function using a touch screen with different specs from different manufacturers while iPad is Apple’s version of a tablet;
  • The iPad runs on Apple’s iOS operating system while most popular operating system of other tablets is Google’s Android;
  • iPad does not support Flash or shock-wave flash videos. Therefore, if you want to view Flash-based websites, play Flash games or watch Flash videos on your iPad, you’ll come across a bit of a problem while other tablets can use these popular software for showing online videos;
  • Multitasking is absent in iPad i.e. it can’t interact with multiple apps at the same time while other tablets running on Android OS have true multitasking i.e. when you are using one application the other applications can run in the background;
  • Although, iPad contains more features than the Android tablets, but depending on what features one desires, it is open to question as to which one has the lead;
  • The iPad has huge number of available apps while number of compatible apps is relatively low in other tablets;

Now that we know the major points of difference between iPad and tablet let us now look into the strengths and weaknesses of both platforms to help you to determine which tablet is right for you.

 iPad: Strengths

> The iPad tends to be more stable, easier to use and runs smoother than other tablets;

> Apple’s iOS has a clear advantage over Google’s Android OS in terms of overall user experience of an average, non-technical user. It’s a powerful, easy-to-use operating system with intuitive interface. iPad continues to promote the best application development environment since its features are easy to understand and user-friendly. This makes iPad ideal for a variety of audiences and app developers;

> iPad enables some close integration between devices and platforms that Android tablets can’t touch at the moment. You can even copy and paste between your iPad and your Macbook, as long as they are running the latest version of their Operating system;

> The biggest advantage of iPad is that it has the Apple ‘App Store’ on its side, which has a long list of downloadable apps that includes every popular app you can think of. The Apple ‘App Store’ currently hosts over 1.5 million apps designed for iOS devices, including the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. Of these apps, more than 725,000 are designed specifically for the iPad and the rest capable of running in compatibility modes. These apps include wireless keyboards, tablet cases, external speakers and many more. Tablet-wise, iPad still holds the most useful applications up to now;

> There is a significant difference between the way the apps are handled for iPad and Android tablets. Apple only officially supports and allows applications to be installed through its own store. Apple checks and approves each app individually prior to its release into the Apple store for sale, eliminating the possibility of malware/bugs to get into their device;

> It is easier to post updates and share on social networks using iPad than Android tablet because of deep integration of Facebook and Twitter with iOS;

iPad: Weaknesses

> However, in-spite of the robust user experience of iPad tablet there is a common complain about the limitations in customization options to the users forcing the use of Jail-breaking. iPad users are largely stuck with the same uniform rows and coloumns of icons that have been in place since the beginning;

> A major weakness of iPad is multitasking is absent in it i.e when one application is used in the presence of  other, it becomes paused;

> While it is great that each app is checked by Apple for approval prior to its release into the app store, some useful apps are locked out in this approval process;

> The iPad is also unable to expand its storage capacity through micro-SD cards in absence of any card slot, which means when it goes out of storage space, it is really out of space. Although the storage of iPad can be expanded with the help of an external hard drive, you cannot hook up just any external drive with the iPad. iPad has no USB Ports. External drive that requires a USB connection won’t be recognized by the iPad. However, there are a number of storage devices and adapters that can use WiFi and Apple’s own Lightning port to connect, allowing for additional storage;

> Another big weakness for the iPad is that Flash or Shock-wave videos cannot be run on it though this has become less of a concern as more and more websites are using Apple-compatible HTML 5 nowadays. Nevertheless, there are various apps available now on the iOS App Store for iPad  that will help you to get Flash on your iOS device;

> The iPad is also more expensive than other tablets. The price of iPad was a strong selling point when it was first launched. But now you can get a current generation popular Android tablet with 7-inch screen and plenty of processing power at a significantly lower price than that of iPad and iPad Mini;

Android tablets: Strengths

> One of the biggest strengths of an Android tablet is customization options to the users. You will get thousands of options to customize the device according to your requirements. You can customize the interface on an Android tablet down to the last pixel;

> The biggest strengths of the Android tablets are the availability of wide range of products providing excellent choice from both premier and lesser-known brands. From Google Nexus, Samsung Galaxy to Kindle Fire, the users will get thousands of Android tablets to cater to their requirements;

> Android tablets make it possible to swap out your default browser for a newer one;

> Android’s ‘Google Play’ marketplace has also made a lot of progress in the past few years. It has now a huge number of apps, matching nearly Apple’s App Store though many of those apps are not optimized for tablets and may turn out as useless due to absence of prior checks in the same way as Apple. Nevertheless, the increased number of apps does give a lot more choices now in terms of size, features and price as compared to the position prevailing when the competitions in tablet market first started;

> Another advantage of tablets running on Android OS is that they have true multitasking i.e. when one application is under use the other applications run in the background which is absent in iPad tablets;

>The storage capacity of Android tablets can be expanded through Micro SD cards, though not an available option for all tablets;

> The core strength of Android tablets is that they are significantly cheaper than Apple iPad. The Android tablets like the Google Nexus 7 and Amazon Kindle Fire provide a cheaper entrance into the tablet world;

Android tablets: Weaknesses

> Android system is not quite as simple and intuitive as Apple’s iOS to use, but gradually you get hang of it;

> Though the Google Play store currently has a huge number of apps, it has fewer apps that are optimized for Android tablets. But this is increasing all the time. Unlike Apple, Google allows tablet users to also install third-party apps;

> Another potential weakness is the Google Play app store does not pre-check the apps as Apple does before taking them into the store. Android devices use a more open system, where anyone can release an Android app and nobody has to get a stamp of approval prior to its release. This occasionally leads to some malicious apps sneaking through. Nevertheless, this open model provides an incentive for programmers to move to Android development and may lead to the availability of significantly more Android apps in the future;

Which tablet to buy?
After you have known the major areas of difference between iPad and Tablet and their strengths and weaknesses, the next question that would come to your mind as a would-be buyer is – which tablet to buy?

It’s a question that can be solved by asking yourself what you want in a tablet. To help you to narrow down your choices I have highlighted below the most important points of difference between iPad and tablet that need consideration before deciding which tablet to buy. Since the specs of Android Tablets differ from one device to another, I have examined those areas only that are common to all Android Tablets:

  • The iPad gives you an operating system (iOS) with intuitive interface and an awesome display;
  • In terms of ease of use and performance the iPad tends to be more stable and easier to use than other tablets;
  • The iPad is still in the lead when it comes to the number of available useful apps. Android currently has fewer apps that are optimized for tablets. However, this is increasing all the time;
  • In terms of hardware, an Android tablet is a good choice if you want faster processor, powerful cameras and easily expandable memory;
  • If you like to have a lot of options to choose from, you should be checking up an Android tablet. With Android tablets, you get more choices in terms of size, features, and price;
  • Android tablets can be of great value and a good choice if you want to customize your tablet to make it look the way you want it to;
  • A big plus point for Android tablets is that they are cheaper than Apple iPads;

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Conclusion

From the above comparison of iPad vs Tablet, the difference between iPad and tablet in key areas should now be clear to you, which would help you to choose the right tablet in a highly competitive tablet market.

When you think of buying a tablet, odds are the iPad or Android tablets come to your mind first. Though the iPad and Android tablets are both capable workmates, if you plan to use your device exclusively for work use, a Windows tablet, which is compatible with Microsoft Office, may be a better choice. But the Windows Store is a hot mess, and is nowhere near the selection of apps as for iOS and Android. I have, therefore, kept my discussion here limited to showing the difference between iPad and Tablet (Android) only.

71 Responses to “Difference between iPad and Tablet -iPad vs Tablet comparison”

  1. olaore sodiq

    Sep 07. 2015

    please I need the list of best tablets and I think is more preferable than ipad

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    • radharenu ganguly

      Sep 08. 2015

      Hi Olaore,
      Thanks for stopping by and your comment.

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    • Sue Robinson

      Nov 16. 2015

      for olaore, just google the top choices of tablets
      Thank you so much for the explanations above. You’ve helped immensley on my decision to get a tablet!

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      • Gilda Hodges

        Aug 07. 2016

        Thanks for the nice article—I have a tablet on the way, android and it offers DragonSpeak. Heard anything about this?

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  2. Adeel

    Sep 10. 2015

    Thanks for the detailed comparison between Android and iOS tablet.

    Agree much that iPad is not for multi-tasking, I actually prefer those Samsung tablets which can split window. It’s good that many Apple apps are tailor made for individual devices. On android, I found some times it works fine on my mobile and works badly on my old tablet.

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  3. Suresh

    Oct 13. 2015

    Thanks for your pretty good comparison. I would buy a tablet based on your comment.

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  4. Chandra

    Oct 14. 2015

    Good exposure provided in understanding ipad and tablets..

    Thanks!!

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  5. Jackie

    Oct 16. 2015

    Hi very good advice,so which one and make would you by please as I’m thinking of buying one for my son Xmas present his 20 thank you jackie

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  6. Thandaza

    Nov 26. 2015

    thank you so much this is an eye opener for me.

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  7. radharenu ganguly

    Dec 03. 2015

    Hi Vicki
    I am not very clear about your confusion. Nevertheless, your iPhone falls into smartphone category whereas iPad or android tablets
    come under tablet category

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  8. Paul Manley

    Dec 27. 2015

    Does a tablet have viber and all the trimmings

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    • radharenu ganguly

      Jan 03. 2016

      Hi Paul
      Viber is fully optimized for use on Android and Windows 8 tablets as well as iPad devices! Viber is partially compatible with other iOS devices.

      Reply to this comment
  9. Kylie boote

    Jan 10. 2016

    Thanks for the difference. I was wondering if iPads were better than tablets.

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  10. Lolita

    Jan 13. 2016

    Thanks so much the information was very helpful, and I now know the best choice for me is a tablet..

    Reply to this comment
  11. Scott

    Jan 17. 2016

    Thanks Radharenu – Great information.

    I’m looking for a tablet device for my mother – who is 75, non-technically inclined, and really likes simple.

    Her needs are largely:
    Check email
    Research
    Log on and off a website

    I would add she is enjoying:
    Youtube
    Spotify and other programs and apps per my suggestions.

    Based on your comparisons – I’m still not sure, because I have used none of the tablet devices.

    I guess my questions is…

    If she was your Mom – what would you advise? 😉

    Thanks – Scott

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    • radharenu ganguly

      Jan 20. 2016

      Hi Scott,
      In terms of ease of use and performance the iPad tends to be more stable and easier to use than other tablets. Spotify is a free music app available in iTunes store, designed for iPhone and iPad. Hence, if price is no consideration, iPad may be a better choice.

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  12. micky

    Jan 17. 2016

    Thanks for the explanation. You’ve made it easy for me to decide on what I wanted.

    Reply to this comment
  13. Marilyn

    Jan 27. 2016

    I am planning to purchase a tablet or iPad in the very near future but am confused!! I want to have something for when we are traveling mainly. I would like to be able to look up various sight seeing things on the internet, take pictures and do some miscellaneous things. I thought about a lap top but do not want something that large. Also what is better, the touch screen or the keyboard. I am 72 and do not understand all of these tech terms!!! I am used to the keyboard because of the PC. Please advise if you can be of any help. I want something that travels easy and is not heavy. Thank you
    Marilyn

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    • radharenu ganguly

      Jan 27. 2016

      Hi Marilyn
      For sheer power, space saving ability and its countless available apps, an iPad would be my choice as favorite travel companion. I am yet to find a single thing I did with my laptop that an iPad can’t handle.

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    • PREM NATH SINHA

      Aug 21. 2016

      I .too,touching 70 and not more exposed to digital world but inclined to learn.what i do with lap top may be summarised as be doi chatting,mail , used calculator .WS. and excel,net banking etc.
      All this with some extra featute if available in tablet ,i would like to go for.
      thanks

      7not more exposed to

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      • Roger

        Oct 11. 2016

        I heard from friends that it’s easier to watch movies on android tablets.
        Is that true ?

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  14. Monique

    Feb 14. 2016

    Thank you so much for the nfo. It really helped me. I am saving up to buy either an ipad or tablet…..I have however decided on a tablet from your info above. Also because a tablet will be more in my price range.
    What do you think of the Nextbook 11?
    I just need something to check my emails and perhaps reply if it’s urgent and if I am not home, and to do some researching/googling if necessary. And to maybe read an ebook (which is actually my exercise program that I downloaded.)
    I have a reliable PC at home already if I need to work or to draw up any documents or anything.
    Am I on the right track by choosing a tablet? Which tablet could you direct me to look at?
    Thanks again!

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  15. Veroh.

    Feb 22. 2016

    Thanks Radhaneru! You’ve really explained the difference so well… I now know better what to choose.

    Reply to this comment
  16. Isabela

    Feb 29. 2016

    I have a metro android phone S4. I’m currently looking for a tablet Android but Metro is sold out and they won’t be getting any more so they say, can somebody advise me where I can get one that will be compatible with Metro as far as my plan. I am on a fixed income that’s why I go with Metro I will be going to radiation for 4-6 wks and would like to have games to play go on Facebook, take pictures, check email search the internet on Breast Cancer and Google different topics. Thanks you

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  17. Meet Dak

    Mar 28. 2016

    So helpful. Easy to understand.
    Thank you very much for your informative article.

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  18. Marg

    Apr 20. 2016

    Hi I am planning to study abroad in the fall and need to buy a device that will allow me to access the internet, email, take pictures, youtube and most important work on essays. I currently have a HP Laptop and like it’s simplicity. I am not a tech savvy person so I need a device that is user friendly.

    Thank-you
    Marg

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  19. Joe

    Apr 28. 2016

    Your points are very clear and understandable. With this information, mind can be made up on which brand to negotiate for. As well, it’s educative.
    Thanks.

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  20. andrew chenda

    May 16. 2016

    Thank you very much for that detailed differences. they really helpful
    Thanks alot

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  21. Samer

    Jul 25. 2016

    This article is quite helpful.
    Thanks a lot.

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  22. Rajshri

    Aug 06. 2016

    Very well explained the difference. I have an IPad 2 and want to buy a recent one. Which one should I buy.

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  23. Rajshri

    Aug 06. 2016

    I mean Apple ‘s products. I am confused if to go for mini or the others.
    I find the screen of mini too small.

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    • radharenu ganguly

      Aug 09. 2016

      Hi Rajshri,
      The iPad mini 4 is for those that want a small Apple tablet with the latest specs and features. iPad mini 4 is a powerful device with few extra features. Speaking of portability, the iPad mini 4 is a great tablet if you want the most portable iPad around. Its screen is only around two inches smaller than the iPad Air series.

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  24. Tony

    Aug 06. 2016

    You have explained all to me. Grateful &Thanks. Tony

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  25. Naveed Khan

    Sep 04. 2016

    Good day,

    Very well explained.

    Thanks and best regards

    Reply to this comment
  26. lorelay

    Sep 05. 2016

    Which program is the best to use? I used for years Window7. Is there iPad Window7?

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    • radharenu ganguly

      Sep 05. 2016

      Hi Lorelay,
      The iPad is the most popular tablet, and it runs its own operating system called iOS. This is easy to learn and use, and there is a truly massive selection of third-party software for it – well over a million apps. iPad does not run Windows Operating Systems.

      The most powerful operating system available for Windows tablets today is Windows 10. It can run all the legacy software that was created for Windows 7 and 8.

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  27. Tom

    Sep 29. 2016

    I have an iPad which goes so slow now that I am looking to replace it. One of my frustrations with the ipad is that I cannot batch delete emails and as a consequence have many thousand emails sitting on the ipad. Does an Android Tablet allow batch deleting?

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    • radharenu ganguly

      Oct 03. 2016

      Hi Tom,
      There is a perfect way of deleting ALL emails from your iPad at once. Here it is: >> Open Inbox >> Edit >> Check/select the top message; it will highlight the move button. >> Press and hold the move button and uncheck the message that you had checked earlier. >> Lift all your fingers off from the ipad screen and leave it alone. Wait until all your messages pile up on the right hand portion of the screen. Now they are just waiting for your command to be moved all at once. >> Choose trash to delete all of them or any other folder where u want to move them. Remember this will replicate your action on the server so you will ACTUALLY move them or delete them on the server and not just the ipad. Once you have moved all messages to the trash you can either leave them there for the scheduled cleaning or empty it right away by doing this: go to trash folder and touch Edit. The Delete All button shows up at the bottom of the screen. Hit it! You’re done! If you do not see the effects of your actions on the server make sure you have enabled your email accounts for such actions.
      Tips: Please give enough time (could take up to several minutes depending the number of emails to be moved) for the emails to be selected for the move. Your screen will become unresponsive while all emails are being packaged. Once emails are ready, you will see them zoomed out on the right hand side of the screen.

      Read this article at: http://www.conferencesthatwork.com/index.php/technology/2014/01/how-to-delete-all-mail-messages-from-iphoneipad-in-one-step/

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  28. Pavan

    Oct 19. 2016

    Excellent explanation. Thanks….

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  29. Jim Noruks

    Oct 22. 2016

    Which one is pleasant to eyes Better for books reading Can we take down any pdf in pc to ipad Can we download MP3 songs to ipad

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  30. Richard Miller

    Nov 08. 2016

    I currently own an IPad with IOS 5. I am frustrated that I cannot find many apps or upgrades on ITunes that are compatible with IOS 5. My hardware will not support anything later than IOS 5. Are Android tablets easier to upgrade to a later OS version?

    Reply to this comment
    • radharenu ganguly

      Nov 08. 2016

      Hi Richard,
      Update your device using iTunes as follows:
      Install the latest version of iTunes on your computer;
      Connect your device to your computer;
      Open iTunes and select your device;
      Click Summary, then click Check for Update;
      Click Download and Update;
      If asked, enter your passcode;

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  31. Louise

    Nov 11. 2016

    I was given a new tablet last year when I was in the hospital. I finally decides to do some “digging” to find out the differance. So glad I was given the tablet instead of an I Pad! Thanks for all the above info.

    Reply to this comment
  32. harry

    Dec 04. 2016

    Can I use my android tablet as a smart phone to receive and amke calls thru a provider…ie get rid of my cell phone?

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  33. Sheryl

    Dec 21. 2016

    I have a Apple phone so which one would be best for me?

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  34. Name (required)

    Jan 01. 2017

    Hi! I just started a job where I need to be able to enter info. daily into Excel and use word. I believe I need a Windows tablet from what I got from your article would you agree? I have heard many people don’t like Windows 10 too. What are your thoughts please. Thanks so much for the article and advice.

    Reply to this comment
    • radharenu ganguly

      Jan 01. 2017

      Hi Phillips,
      Probably best to stick with 8.1. If you’re running Windows 8, move to 8.1. Windows 10 might work, but it might not be worth the risk. There’s no guarantee that the new version won’t drag down performance on your tablet.

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  35. elena

    Jan 04. 2017

    Hi, this was really an answer to most of my questions to make choise. thank you very much

    Reply to this comment
  36. Mary

    Jan 16. 2017

    I’m going for a mini iPad because the larger one I have (5 or 6 years old!!!) is too heavy. My poor Apple Laptop is “buried” in the bedroom cupboard. Thanks for all that info. It was a great helping me decide.

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  37. JG

    Jan 24. 2017

    We are going to start taking trips over seas and want to be able to receive and send email, web search, get directions, take pictures etc. We plan on being at places where they have internet(WiFi). Wanted to get a recommendation as to the most useful
    I-pad-mini 4-(Mini laptop)
    Android Tablet (perhaps all that is needed)
    I-phone (can make calls if needed)

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  38. Brigid

    Mar 20. 2017

    Hi Radharenu, I would like a Tablet that I can go on Internet, Facebook, Google/Researching, Websites and on a limited budget, I’m on a Pension. Which is the Best Brand of Tablet for me to buy?.

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    • radharenu ganguly

      Mar 21. 2017

      Hi Brigid,
      For basic needs, the iPad Mini 2 does a great job. Whether it’s web surfing, e-mail, Facebook or casual games, the Mini 2 still has more than enough power to get the job done. And the app selection on the iPad still outpaces what you’ll find on Android and Amazon tablets. The iPad Mini 2 has a sharp Retina screen, an ultraportable design, great battery life and it’s the most affordable tablet with access to the iOS App Store.

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  39. regina

    Apr 07. 2017

    I want to ask may be Brian iPad 1 , can browse, email, Facebook, watssap and goggle researching.

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  41. Susan

    Apr 29. 2017

    I have an I,pad 2,going to be travelling at xmas wanting to,know if a tablet does more or less the same,my iPad is quite big and heavy to carry around.😀

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  42. susan

    May 20. 2017

    I am thinking of getting my husband a tablet or I-pad. He would be using it for e-mail, games and movies and face timing and taking pictures. What would you suggest.?

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    • radharenu ganguly

      May 20. 2017

      Hi Susan,
      Thanks for stopping by and your queries. iPad is great for watching movies, gaming, taking photos, listening to music and reading books. It is also the perfect tablet for those who are not at ease with technology. This means you can get to the fun of owning a tablet with less time spent learning to use it. The iPad also shines in the area of gaming. Apple challenges all tablets in the area of gaming with some of the cool games available on its iPad. So far as the screen size is concerned this is simply a question of priorities. Are you more set on getting maximum screen space, or are you willing to compromise on that front in order to get a lower price tag and improved portability? It’s, therefore, worth trying to get your hands on the various models, in an Apple Store to get an idea of what you’re looking for.

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  43. Ramesh

    May 20. 2017

    Nicely explained.

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  44. Anna

    Oct 19. 2017

    I am travelling to Mexico for few months and want to know if which tablet to buy. I want to my banking on it, e-mails,, skype , check info. etc. I use Microsoft 10 and am not computer savy at all. Just want something other then my laptop as too heavy . thank you

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    • radharenu ganguly

      Oct 20. 2017

      Hi Anna,
      For sheer power, space saving ability and its countless available apps, an iPad would be my choice as favorite travel companion. I am yet to find a single thing I did with my laptop that an iPad can’t handle.

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