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Gonna have $300 for a tablet for school. Is Nexus 7 32GB my best bet?

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2 years ago#11
Don't get the Kindle Fires unless you want to use only Amazon apps.
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2 years ago#12
Dell Venue Pro 8
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2 years ago#13
halomonkey1_3_5 posted...
Dell Venue Pro 8


Does it have expandable memory? Also, how is the app selection on a W8 tablet? I know there is a lot of Windows apps, but is it like iPad/Android where there is a lot of user submitted apps as well?
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2 years ago#14
daemon_dan posted...
I think that the Kindke Fire HDX 7 inch is actually cheaper (don't quote me on that), but it DOES have the fastest processor currently available on a 7 inch tablet, and Amazon's app store is more robust with actual tablet focused apps. Nexus, I believe, uses google play and maybe android. Google play hasn't had the time to mature and android is still mostly geared toward smartphone apps


You should do your research
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2 years ago#15
superstud69x posted...
halomonkey1_3_5 posted...
Dell Venue Pro 8


Does it have expandable memory? Also, how is the app selection on a W8 tablet? I know there is a lot of Windows apps, but is it like iPad/Android where there is a lot of user submitted apps as well?


What do you mean by memory? If you mean storage then the Venue Pro 8 has an SD card slot.
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2 years ago#16
That tablet is the new model, and it probably the best tablet in its class.
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2 years ago#17
Tablets are not for school. Get something that at least has a keyboard.
2 years ago#18
Nexus 7 (2013) is probably the best all around 7" model out there atm. I say go for it.
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2 years ago#19
polopili posted...
Tablets are not for school. Get something that at least has a keyboard.


Can't you attach a keyboard to most tablets these days anyways? And this would be primarily for putting textbooks and whatnot on it. I would still take hand-written notes on notepad paper, due to being a slow typist.
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2 years ago#20
polopili posted...
Tablets are not for school. Get something that at least has a keyboard.


This is absolutely untrue. I use my iPad for absolutely everything University related including paper writing and lecture taking. The Nexus 7 will be fantastic for school. Bluetooth keyboards exist. Tablets can be a very good alternative to laptops. They weigh less, are smaller and have far better battery life.
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