Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition:BUY IT: Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 - 2014 Edition
- An alternative Note tablet is the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0. Many of the Note lines great features in a 8 inch screen.
Google Nexus 7BUY IT: Google Nexus 7 Tablet
- An alternative is the Dell Venue 8. Another small and affordable Android tablet.
Microsoft Surface 2Many might think that the Surface 2 isn't practical because it's Windows 8.1 RT. But the tablet has a lot to offer. For those Windows fans, the Surface 2 is a productive tablet due to the apps. With an RT version of Microsoft Office you can get more work done on the go. Unlike other tablets, the Surface 2 comes with a MicroSD slot and a USB 3.0 port for maximum use of accessories. The Surface 2 comes with a 3.5 megapixel front-facing camera and a 5 megapixel rear-facing camera. Full HD screen, long battery life and lightweight at 1.5 pounds the Surface 2 is great tablet option. Price: $449 for 32 GB version. BUY IT: Microsoft Surface 2 tablet
- For the full Windows experience, an alternative is the Microsoft Surface Pro 2 ($899)
Lenovo Yoga TabletBUY IT: The Lenovo Yoga Tablet $249+
iPad AirBUY IT: Apple iPad Air starting at $499
An alternative to the iPad Air is the new iPad Mini with Retina display. Light weight and smaller 7.9 inch screen.
T-Mobile announced that an exciting Twitter Press Conference to "Unleash" a bit more news for customers and competition alike. T-Mobile had two big pieces of tablet news to announce yesterday, (in perfect timing that they both come on the heels of the iPad Air reveal.) Could T-Mobile really be unleashing new freebies our way?
Freebies is an understatement. T-Mobile is offering everyone 200 MB of 4G LTE data free every month, indefinitely, regardless of whether or not you’re a T-Mobile customer. If you have a 4G LTE tablet, you can use it with T-Mobile’s network. Since 200 MB isn't very much data to work with, T-Mobile hopes that this freebie lures you away from the competition. For example, you can score $10 per month for unlimited 3G data plus 500 MB of 4G LTE data, then $10 more every time you want to get 2 GB more of 4G LTE data (tablet pricing only.) A second major freebie T-Mobile is offering customers the iPad Air for free when it hits on November 1 without a penny out of your pocket (the day of purchase). Instead, you’ll have to pay in monthly installments (which could work for different financial circumstances) at a T-Mobile starting November 1. Let's see, grab an iPad Air from T-Mobile and walk out without any money leaving your wallet AND ON TOP OF THAT the free 200 MB of 4G LTE for life applies for the iPad Air, too? I know plenty of people that may snatch this deal up before it becomes extinct. via