7 Best Tablets for Readers You Can Buy in 2017

Posted by | January 05, 2017 | Technology | No Comments
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One of the most important thing to consider when choosing the best tablets is how you intend to use it. Now, if it is for e-reading, then you need to know the best tablets size for e-reading. The smaller 7-inch tablets appear to be better considering the weight. In fact, it is more comfortable to hold for long period. If you are reading comics, magazines, large PDF documents then 9 or 10-inch  screens is better to reduce the amount of zooming and scrolling. However, there are other things to look out too. For example: memory size, the screen resolution, battery life, the processor and the ROM space.

Check the list below for best tablets for readers:

Choose Best Tablets For Purpose of UseBest Tablets #1 – Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4

The ultraportable design of Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 lands it on this list. It boasts a rich and wide range of colors. You will be comforted with the super-high-definition display, power and latest version of Android KitKat. It is slim, fantastic and a worthy competitor.

Best Tablets #2 – Kobo Arc 10

This is a 10-inch tablet that is very charming. It comes with abundance of preloaded reading apps as well as menus designed to make your reading a swipe away. Kobo Arc 10 HD comes with sharp screen with high performance that is consistently smooth. The baked-in software makes organizing, reading and shopping for books simple. The addition of a Micro-HDMI port is a bonus.

Best Tablets #3 – Amazon Kindle Fire HDX

This is one of the best tablets in the market. Amazon Kindle Fire HDX comes with 7 and 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HDX tablets with high-resolution screens that piercingly display text as well as HD videos, it also boasts of zippy processors and comfortable sleek design. Amazon Prime members can borrow eBooks for free. It is a performance monster. It comes with 16GB and 1080p resolution.

Best Tablets #4 – Google Nexus 7 and 10

Among the best tablets suitable for e-reading are the Google Nexus 7 and 10. This is as a result of the operating system that accept any e-reading app plus the high resolution screens. Especially the Nexus 10 with 300ppi is one of the highest resolution tablet on the market. It comes with great design, thin and lightweight, very smooth operating system and 1280 x 800 IPS screen. With Tegra 3 quad-core processor on Google Nexus 7 and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, reading books has just been made easier. Battery life is 9 hours for HD video playback, 10 hours for e-reading and web browsing and.

Best Tablets #5 – Nook HD and Nook HD+

Both the Nook HD and Nook HD+ are perfect for e-reading. They come with some of the best displays (high pixel density) for e-reading with fully laminated screens. However, please don’t forget you can only use their apps plus the OverDrive app for reading eBooks. It comes with 16GB and 32GB options as well as microSD card slots.

ipads one of the best tabletsBest Tablets #6 – Asus Transformer Infinity

In terms of features and specs, this tablet is one of the most well-rounded tablet in the market. High resolution, 10″ screen with 224 ppi ideal for e-reading, IPS+ brightness booster and open operating system that accept any e-reading app, it is exceptionally built with MicroSD card slot, Bluetooth, micro HDMI port, GPS and 8MP rear camera with LED Flash.

Best Tablets #7 – Apple iPad Pro

iPad Pro has screen with 264 ppi, great at displaying even super tiny text clearly. They are ideal candidates as far as e-reading is concerned. You have apps for about everything. They come with new Retina display, bright colors, super crisp and clear text and 4G LTE. They are fast, smooth and polished.

ECA Ray

About ECA Ray

Ray is a manager at ECA Tech Inc. , Toronto's top Ecommerce software, website development and digital marketing company. He has been a programmer for 28 years. He has some good experience in integrating designs to various software. He has volunteered in numerous IT related free training courses all over North America and contributes articles on numerous blogs. He also participates in continued education classes at local colleges.

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