Over the last couple of years, the quality of the Android army of tablets has grown tremendously. Thanks to a mature operating system, a bulging app store and some truly great devices, Android tablets are certainly in rude health, but there’s also a been a second development, which is nothing short of miraculous.
As the quality of the Android OS and its tablets have grown, prices have fallen, and the flagship devices of this new world order can now be found at prices south of £200. The Nexus 7, Samsung Galaxy Tab and Amazon Kindle Fire are some of the biggest names in technology, and they all come with attractive price tags that bring the best of mobile computing to a realistic budget.
- Introduction to budget tablets.
- Do more with your tablet.
- Top 50 free apps & games.
Published: February 2014
Dimensions: 297 x 210mm