I do not want a 3G tablet, because I would mostly be using it for school and basic Web/app use. I have Wi-Fi all across campus, at work, and at home and don't feel the need to spend the extra cash for 3G or even tethering. The iPad is a good choice I know, but I don't feel my investment would be well spent due to the specs and storage capacity. I also know that I should probably wait as the summer release dates and Mobile World Congress is coming up so I am wondering what your opinion is. Thank you, Undecided in Florida.
Dear Undecided in Florida, First things first, Rumor has it that Apple will be coming out with the iPad 3 in March, Since crystal ultra-thin iphone 8 gel case - 100% clear reviews it's already almost the middle of February, you should probably hold off on buying any tablet until the new iPad 3 is announced, For one, this perceived gap in specs may close with the introduction of a newer product, And even if you don't plan to buy the iPad 3, you should wait to purchase a new tablet, because once it's announced, it's very likely that Apple's competitors will drop prices on their existing products, In fact, Donald Bell, CNET Reviews' tablet guru, thinks you could snap up a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 "for a song."..
There are also rumors that Apple may offer a lower-priced version of the iPad. How low? Some say the price could be as low as $299, which could fit nicely into a budget. I'm not sure how much stock I put into this particular rumor. There are always hopeful Apple fans professing that the company will introduce two products, a high-end model and low-end model, when a new iPad or iPhone is about to be released. But what generally happens is that Apple takes the existing device, such as the iPad 2 and slashes the price on it, making it the lower-end model. My guess is that Apple will do something similar when the iPad 3 is announced.
A price reduction would obviously be great for you given your budget of $400, which is actually in a sort of no-man's land when it comes to tablets, You are somewhere in between the 7-inch budget tablets, such as the Kindle Fire, which sell for $200 and the higher-end 10-inch tablets, such as the iPad, Motorola Xoom, and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, which sell for around $500, If you want a quick guide of some of the best tablets on the market, check out the lists CNET has put together, There's a list of crystal ultra-thin iphone 8 gel case - 100% clear reviews best tablets in each of the size categories as well as one for budget-minded shoppers..
Right now, the only 10-inch tablet that Donald recommends at the $400 price point is the Asus Eee Pad Transformer (16GB Wi-Fi). You may be able to find some of the other Android tablets mentioned in his list running for close to $400, but you may have to hunt for them. And as I mentioned, there could be big discounts coming when the iPad 3 is released. I know you said you don't want to buy an iPad. But you may want to reconsider. And the reason I say that is even though the iPad 2 doesn't meet the same specs as some of these other tablets, it has a much broader set of apps available and it holds its value much more than these other devices, according to CNET's Donald Bell. What's more the iPad 3 is likely to have improved specs that more closely match those of its competitors.
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