Four tablets to choose from, which one would you choose?

Price range not much different although Amazon could be cheaper, depends on what you want to buy. Are a Gamer? Are you a Movie enthusiast? Are you averse to carrying a tablet heavier than 1,5 lb.". Are you going to do serious business with it? Is your hobby photography? You have to make the choice. Here is a line up of the choices.

Surface Pro 2
Surface Pro 2 $899 (Surface 2 $349)   0.53" thick;
64GB,128GB,256GB,512GB
16:9 aspect ratio;1920x1080,
System Memory:4GB and 8GB
Windows 8.1 Pro,
less than 2lbs,
Hardware Buttons-Volume and Power,
10-point mulit-touch,4th Gen Intel i5 Processor,
Wi-Fi,
Bluetooth 4.0.
Battery 7-15 days idle Charges in 2-4 hours
2yr Free  200GB SkyDrive storage, Free Skype voice calling 60
countries for 1 yr.
Ports: USB 3.0, mini Display Port and microSD card reader
Dual angle kick stand(tablet to laptop transformation)
10.81"x6.81"x0.53"

External supported: monitor, Ethernet, speakers, full size
keyboard, printers and other peripherals.  It is a tablet, no it is a
PC.
2yr Free  200GB SkyDrive storage, Free Skype voice calling 60
countries for 1 yr.
The nice thing is you can put stuff into it and take it out
relatively easily with ports. It has business applications
perfected over decades. I suppose enterprise customers will buy
them as presents to their employees.
Download user guide: http://www.microsoft.com/surface/en-us/support/userguides
Link to Surface products: http://www.microsoft.com/surface/en-us/support/

iPad Air
iPad Air, iOS7 based product, a mere 0.29" thick (can it float
in air?), A7 Chip x64bit architecture-a first among peers, M7
motion processor, iPad to large screen via AirPlay, Print
anything using AirPrint, Airdrop sharing with no setup.
http://www.apple.com/ipad-air/features/

Free Apps
 
Nokia 2520
Display Clear Black, IPS LCD 10.1"; contrast
rating:120; Battery capacity:8000mAh; Primary camera: 6.7 MPS
with Zeiss Optics;
processor: Qualcomm SnapDragon 800, Processor type: Quad-code
2.2 GHZ; 8.9mm x168mm;
4G-LTE connectivity, superfast charging and a 6.7MP camera with
ZEISS optics. If you are a shutter bug this one for you. Beats
all others in this respect. Display resolution: Full HD (1920 x
1080); Maximum standby time: 25 days Windows RT 8.1

http://www.nokia.com/us-en/phones/tablet/lumia2520/specifications/

Link for all Nokia Products
http://www.nokia.com/us-en/phones/all/?action=productcompareaction&products=3107686



Kindle Fire HDX 8.9
Highest resolution (2560x1600) and the best pixel density (339
ppi); True rendition with perfect color (100% sRGB); Background
light taken care off by dynamic image contrast; light weight
design good for extended viewing such as movies; 2.2 GHz quad-
core Snapdragon 800 processor-2 GHZ,2GB RAM; Audio: Custom Dolby
digital; Graphic processor: Adreno 330; At least 12 hours of
battery life when in use; Camera: Front facing: 720p HD  rear-
facing 8MP camera that allows for high-resolution photos and
1080p HD video;
One click support with MayDay support 24 hours Free, you can
see your support staff on screen.
More details here:

http://www.amazon.com/kindle-fire-hdx-best-movie-tablet-8-9/dp/B00BHJRYYS


 
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