Tablet guide

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Ever thought about buying a tablet? This guide will show you which model fits best for you.

Tablets are very helpful for various purposes: you can read the news, read and write emails, watch videos, play games, browse the internet, just to mention a few.

There are two wide-spread operating systems that run on most tablets: Android and iOS. Android is Google’s mobile operating system while iOS was developed by Apple. Many tablet models from different manufacturers come with Android, iOS is exclusive in Apple’s iPad.

What is the difference?

It is not easy to tell the exact difference between Android tablets and the iPad. Both systems come with lots of apps that can be downloaded from the Google Play Store on Android or the AppStore on iOS.

The main difference is, that iOS is more user-friendly, while Android has more possibilities to be customised.

Which one is better for me?


If you want a tablet that is easy to handle at has many functions pre-installed and you are willing to spend a decent amount of money on it, you should go for an iPad. It is available in different capacities and with or without the possibility to insert a Nano-SIM card to connect to a Mobile network.

If the iPad Air, the current model of the iPad, is too large in your opinion, the iPad Mini is the thing for you. All models have a high resolution screen and all come with both front and rear cameras.


If you want to go have a highly-customisable tablet with a wide range of functions on it, or want to go deeper into technical details, an Android tablet is what you shout get. The advantage of Android is that you can not only choose between several models from one manufacturer. Instead, Android is an open system that every producer of tablets can use on his models. For example, Samsung, Asus or Google itself offer tablets with Android on it.

The quality of the hardware depends on the manufacturer and the model. You can choose between an extensive range of screen sizes, resolutions, cameras and more specifications.


There’s no such thing as a “better” system for tablets. You need to see for yourself which one fits your needs better.

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