Should I get a ten inch Tablet or a 7 Inch Tablet

This looks like a clear question, but it’s actually one that 1000s of people are wanting to know themselves each day. Actually, there’s quite a bit to think about on both sides.

The very first thing to think about is portability. Pc tablets were mainly envisioned to be transportable, of course. Maybe whilst one considers the greater advancements made by tablets over the last three years, they still come up very short compared to their desktop counterparts. Ergo, a lesser tablet pc better fits your critical reasoning for getting a portable PC in the first place. It may lack processing power, but it’s easier to carry around.

7″ tablets usually make better eReaders (mostly as they are easier to hold) and fit effortlessly into bags and carry luggage. They are also a little bit lighter, which can help, as a 10-Inch tablet can turn out to be uncomfortable to hold after a while.

Perhaps the strongest case in favour of the 7″ tablet pc is the price. In line with Which.co.uk’s official article:

“If you are looking for a cheap tablet that is good for web browsing and reading eBooks, a smaller tablet could be just the thing. 7-inch tablets tend to come with cheaper price tags”.

Conversely, the 10-Inch tablet will suit you better if you’re more likely to view movies, web pages and other online content as (in most cases) it has a much bigger screen with a higher resolution. A 10-Inch model is also far superior when it comes to content creation such as writing documents or using the more complicated apps. If you plan on generating content of any kind with any sort of regularity, the 10-Inch tablet will really make a difference and is probably the one best suited for you.

Another key factor, of course, is the memory capacity of the larger tablet. Once more, according to ‘Which’

“The larger tablets tend to offer more capacity, such as 32GB and 64GB of storage. This is useful if you want to store films, games and music on your tablet”.

 Conversely, the ten-Inch tablet pc will suit you better if you’re more probable to watch films, websites and new web content as (typically) it has a much larger screen with a superior resolution. A ten-” model is also far superior when it pertains to content creation such as writing documents or using very difficult apps. If you plan on generating content of any kind with any kind of reliability, the 10-Inch tablet will really make a difference and is probably one best suited for you.

Another key issue, naturally, is that memory ability of that larger tablet pc. Once more, according to ‘Which’

“Think about how you are going to use your tablet before deciding which is best for you. Are you more likely to carry it around with you out and about? Would you prefer a large screen for typing and watching videos?”

One final point I would like to make has to do with content providers. Some tablets are restricted to content given by particular businesses/brand names and, as a result, some tablet pc’s act as an extra livelihood for the company in question (Amazon kindle fire hd is the great instance).

Products like the Kindle Fire, the apple ipad, or indeed many Android tablets can be somewhat limited as to what applications you need to use, where you can down load material from and whether or not particular things will work at all (apple ipad can’t work Flash Player, as an example ,). Your acquisition implies a tacit agreement to this state of affairs, and in part. Once you hate iTunes with a passion, you could consider an Android tablet before purchasing an iPad, for example. Take a look around at what is on offer game-wise, download-wise and application-wise and make an educated choice.

As Carl Wolf (a poster on Apple.com) writes,

“You should purchase a product for what it does, not for what it doesn’t do, and then complain it doesn’t work”.

Makes sense to me.