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5 Best Tablets To Give This Holiday Season

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It’s been a busy year for tablet makers. To help you navigate through all of the choices that are available for sale this holiday season, we’ve put together a list of the top 5 tablets that are available this year. Each entry includes the name of the device, the price and some details that summarize the tablet’s features.

1. iPad 4/iPad Mini, $499 16GB/$329 16GB: Apple is back this year with two new choices in iPad — the iPad 4 and the iPad Mini. The iPad 4 has a 9.7-inch LED backlit screen with a resolution of 2048 x 1536. It has two high-def cameras for shooting images and videos (720/1080) and for using Facetime. It runs a dual core A6X chip. The iPad Mini is Apple’s 7.9-inch tablet that runs Apple’s dual-core A5 chip. It comes with a 1024-by-768 resolution screen, two cameras and comes with a lightning to USB cable. Both sell apps through the App Store.

2. Kindle Fire HD (7-inch 16GB $199/8.9-inch 32GB $499): The latest 7-inch Kindle tablet comes with a 1280×800 HD display with an anti-glare filter, a 1.2 Ghz dual-core processor, as well as Dolby speakers, and a camera for shooting photos, videos and using Skype. The 8.9-inch version has a 1920×1200 HD display and a 1.5Ghz dual-core processor. These Android devices can access apps through Amazon’s App Store. Read more

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Global Tablet Use To Surpass 780M In 2016

Tablet adoption will continue to soar over the next four years, according to a new report from the British company Strategy Analytics. The report, called Global Tablet Installed Base Forecast by Country, predicts that 780 million people will own tablets by 2016.

Earlier this month, Google began shipping its new $199 tablet, and rumors are circulating that Apple will release a mini-iPad and that Amazon will release a number of different sized Kindle Fire tablets. Matthew McKee, an analyst at Strategy Analytics says that cheaper tablets entering the market will only help this increase in adoption rates. He stated: “Since the introduction of the iPad, the tablet market has shown hyperbolic growth rate.  Yet, many households remain tablet-less. Price erosion in the premium and high tier segments, as well as the availability of a number of smaller, lower cost tablets, like the Kindle Fire and Nexus 7, will drive further sales.” Read more