The tablets are mostly meant for the multimedia and web information consumption. However, you will be surprised with the performance these tablets can deliver with its army of apps.
Out of several tablets available in the Indian market, we have carefully chosen five top tablets that pack great value when it comes to money and most importantly - battery life.
Apple iPad (Fourth Generation)
Apple's iPad tablet has been leading the Indian market ever since its introduction. Apple recently announced the fourth generation iPad tablet with powerful dual-core Apple A6X mobile processor. This tablet essentially replaces the third generation iPad tablet with dual-core Apple A5X mobile processor. One does not have to spend months to learn new features as most functions are well implemented.
The new Apple iPad packs the same 9.7-inch touchscreen display but packs 2056x1536 pixel resolution with pixel density at 264 pixels per inch. The display also has fingerprint resistant oleophobic coating. It packs a dual-core Apple A6X mobile processor with quad-core graphics. Apparently, this mobile processor provides serious improvement in performance over the
Apple A5X processor used in the third generation iPad. Featuring the new Lightening connector, the new iPad tablet has a 5 megapixel iSight camera with five element lens and f/2.4 aperture. In the front lies a 1.2 megapixel camera that promises HD FaceTime video chat. This tablet has been widely adored mostly because of its battery life which lasts up to 10 hours.
Apple India sells the iPad Retina in WiFi only and WiFiƱG models. The Apple iPad Retina WiFi costs Rs 30,500 (16 GB), Rs 36,500 (32 GB), and Rs 42,500 (64 GB) where as the WiFiƱG Models are sold at Rs 38,900 (16 GB), Rs 44, 900 (32 GB), Rs 50,900 (64 GB).
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