The tabs that debut in 2013
The Tabs That Debut In 2013. Samsungs Galaxy Note grew to 8 inches and we think that it is really nice. It combines a bunch of the stuff that Samsungs been building in the Galaxy S and Note series and puts them into a nearly perfectly sized tablet.
Apple iPad Air
The iPad is finally beautiful in a way it never has been before. Its screen is (still) lovely to look at, and its body is lovely to hold. The iPad Air is lighter, faster, and smaller—a lot lighter, faster, and smaller—than any iPad that came before it, but almost miraculously without compromise. The iPad Air is just better, in every single way that matters and many more that don.
Samsung Galaxy Note 510
Samsungs Galaxy Note grew to 8 inches and we think that it is really nice. It combines a bunch of the stuff that Samsungs been building in the Galaxy S and Note series and puts them into a nearly perfectly sized tablet.
Google Nexus 7 2013 Edition
This tablet could fit in the rear pocket of a lot of peoples jeans, and almost everybodys jacket. Thats a huge advantage. Also it has a better screen that its predecessor.
Xolo Play Tegra Note
If you are going for a budget tablet that packs in power than this will make a sensible buy.
This is Asus Fonepad. Not to be confused with the Padfone. Its a 7-inch tablet that also makes calls. It runs on Jelly Bean and has a 1280 by 800 pixel display. Its the same size and same resolution as Googles Nexus 7 tablet. It also doesn have a back facing camera, because Asus understands that taking pictures with a tablet is not okay. But it does have a 1.2-megapixel lens on the front for video calling. The tablet runs on Qualcomm Snapdragon, and has 64Gb of storage. Apparently tablet phones are a thing now, so we might as well just accept it.
Special Mention: LG G Pad 8.3
This is one tablet that we in India are waiting for with bated breath. What we like about it is fastest Android tablet out there to date. It runs pure Android straight from Google and will likely be among the first to get future OS updates. The screen size is a nice compromise between portability and luxurious viewing space.