How to Pick the Best 7 inch Tablets

How to Pick the Best 7-inch Tablets

Chromo Inc 7 inch Tablet Google Android 4.4 with Touchscreen 2

Chromo Inc 7 inch Tablet Google Android 4.4 with Touchscreen

The Best 7-inch Tablets have launched to match in specifications the bigger models so expect this year to continue this trend, with more and more models added to the market.

Also expect more accessories, peripherals, and cases for them to be offered. Specs will increase (speed, battery life, resolution, and storage), while the lower price remains one of the strong points of 7-inch Tablets.

Now let’s see what are the things you should look for when selecting the right 7-inch Tablet for you:

Screen resolution: You want something with at least 1024 x 600 pixel, or even better as Retina display models make it to market.

Processor speed: Select at least a 1 GHz Dual Core model.

Internal storage: Keep away from 8 GB models and select one with at least 16 GB of internal storage and the possibility to increase the quantity by adding microSD cards.

Data and applications are getting bigger and bigger, so you have to be prepared for the future.

Android version: You shouldn’t get something lower than 3.2 Honeycomb, and search the manufacturer website if it has the intention to update to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

Samsung Galaxy Tab E Lite 7-inch Android Tablet WSVGA TFT (1024x600)

Samsung Galaxy Tab E Lite 7-inch Android Tablet WSVGA TFT (1024×600)

This Operating System is able to take full advantage of the hardware features of your 7-inch Tablet.

Android Market access: The Best Android applications are available in the Google Play Store Marketplace, so ensure your device fully supports that.

Ports: Select something that comes with a USB port (host function) and HDMI out, so you can output videos and games easily to a big screen TV.

7 inch Tablets

7-inch Tablets

7 inch Kindle Fire HD

7 inch Kindle Fire HD

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7 inch Tablets

The impact of Tablets on Laptop sales.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7 inch Tablet 8GB Storage, Wi-Fi, RAM 1.5GB, Google Android 5.1 Lollipop, Quad Core 1.3 GHz, Bluetooth 4.0, 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty, Black

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7 inch Tablet 8GB Storage, Wi-Fi, RAM 1.5GB, Google Android 5.1 Lollipop, Quad Core 1.3 GHz, Bluetooth 4.0, 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty, Black

The impact of Tablets on Laptop sales. There is, however, a rather interesting twist on this trend that could actually result in a reversal.

It’s becoming clear to some of us researchers that most of the potential PC and Laptop buyers are torn between Tablets and Laptops when it comes to buying a device to match into their business or personal lifestyles.

The iPad finally made the Tablet an effective form factor and put it on the radar of consumers and business users alike.

Apple has sold close to 100 million and most researchers predict that by 2014, the industry will be selling at least 200 million Tablets annually.

This is where the bad news comes in: While the industry is still selling at least 300 million Laptops and Desktops a year, its growth has stalled; IDC reports that PC sales for 2012 will grow by only one percent.

Although Laptops are getting cheaper, thinner, lighter, and faster, consumers are deferring upgrades as they try to identify their ideal balance of Tablet and Laptop use in their lives and determine whether the latter is even necessary.

External Laptop keyboards and hybrid devices only have muddied the waters. Many consumers extol the virtues of a Tablet and keyboard such as Acer Keyboard combo because it lets them do up to 80 percent of what a Laptop does.

These users say that they only turn to their Laptops when they need to do more extensive computing tasks like edit videos, manage large music collections, write long documents, or work with big spreadsheets.

Laptop sales have thus slowed dramatically because most are just extending the life of their current machines because they use them mainly to supplement Tablet use.

While iPads in business settings are primarily for productivity, when their owners are off the clock, they are used mostly for media consumption.

7 inch Kindle Fire HD

7 inch Kindle Fire HD

The development of smaller, 7 inch Tablets like Google Nexus 7 at Amazon Marketplace, Amazon’s 7 inch Kindle Fire HD , and a potential iPad mini could finally resolve the dilemma for potential Tablet buyers starting this fall.

These smaller Tablets are much cheaper than the bigger models and will be more appealing to a broader audience. If Tablets are used 80 percent of the time for media consumption and Web browsing and just 20 percent for productivity, then perhaps these smaller, 7 inch Tablets that are cheaper and lighter can perform most of the job.

In buying a 7-inch Tablet, though, the owner’s intention is incredibly clear: to consume media, browse the Web, and use mobile applications.

People will find that a 7 inch Tablet cannot cross over as a productivity device and Compatible Parts the same way a bigger Tablet can today.

Then, Laptops become the device that they use for the majority of their productivity the other 20 percent of the time.