Tablets are a powerful tool for enhancing your productivity and online experience whether for business use, or life in general. Smaller than a laptop and bigger than a Smartphone, the tablet is perfect to take with you on the go. You can browse the internet, create and share presentations, videos conference with clients, stay connected with corporate email, download books, games and videos, watch movies, share photos and much more with your tablet.

Now that it's time to choose your own tablet, it's worth considering what kind of things you are going to use it for. This way you know that you'll match the right machine to your needs. Here, we look at some of the key areas you might like to consider.

Tablet processor, size and touch

Another key feature is the tablet's processor. This is the technology at the heart of your tablet and controls all the systems that provide its functions. Speed and power define the differences between brands and models. The tablet display or screen is one of the most important features to consider. Smaller screens will of course be easier to slip into a small bag or purse, but larger screens will be easier to type on using the on-screen keyboard.

It's also worth remembering that the bigger the screen, the larger (and heavier) the tablet. Options are many. Most screens come out somewhere between 7" and 11". This is the diagonal distance between corners. Touch responsiveness is also a key consideration as a lot of your interaction will be through tapping. Also look at screen resolution, relative screen size and brightness. These will all determine how your videos, photographs and games appear, and how easy it will be to read your websites, emails and attachments.

Battery Life

Depending on the way you are likely to use your tablet, its battery life will influence your choice, as this feature differs greatly between machines. Lots of things will affect the battery life between charges, such as the tasks you undertake, bandwidth consumption, processor speed, screen resolution and brightness. Internet connections are believed to deplete battery life faster than Wi-Fi.

Memory is expressed as GB (gigabytes). Memory is the amount of storage available on your tablet to save files such as documents, video files and photographs. Tablets start at 16GB and can go up to 64GB. If you are going to listen to a lot of music and watch a lot of movies consider a tablet with 32GB or more of storage. we are doing tablets wholesaler in chennai.