In an industry that has been dominated by the very popular iPad, resorting to other tablets may be deemed as the last option by many individuals and businesses. There are some reasons why this is so, and some of these include high-level performance and efficiency, as well as the wealth of apps that can be used to address the specific needs of any business, though of course, Apple products are famed for their steep prices. But for small and mid-sized businesses that have restrictions when it comes to finances, low-priced yet powerful tablets are very much in order.
SMBs really do have to enjoy the benefits of high-end technology such as various applications designed for business-related tasks and the different features offered by phone service providers such as RingCentral. And the tablet, as one of the most useful devices available for business nowadays, have the potential to help businesses stay ahead of the game leading to increased productivity and efficiency in the workplace.
One tablet that we would have no qualms recommending to SMBs is Google’s own Nexus 7. This cheap tablet is more than just an alternative to the more expensive iPad. This Android-run tablet and made in partnership with Asus give you the best possible tablet experience at only $199 (starting price). In fact, it can be claimed that the Google Nexus 7 is the direct reaction to Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD, which focuses on content delivery instead of being merely application-centric.
What’s more, Nexus 7 is able to streamline the integration of the Google Play Store, which let you maximize the enjoyment of your favorite movies, magazines, and TV shows, resolving one of its former shortcomings, which is the absence of quality content offerings. You can avail of a variety of TV Shows and movies in Google Play through your Google Nexus 7. You can buy an entire season of TV shows that you can watch online or pin it to your Nexus 7 for offline viewing. Google Nexus 7 is also offering users a decent selection of magazines such as Cosmopolitan and Esquire, including fully interactive magazines such as Entrepreneur and Popular Mechanics. In addition, you are allowed to upload songs and stream them to your Google Nexus 7 without any charge, though the music selection is still pales in comparison to what you can find in Amazon or iTunes.
All in all, the Google Nexus 7 offers you a bolstered content offering, although its apps collection remains to be a letdown, making the Nexus 7 excellent on content while flunking as a app-oriented tablet.
Google Nexus 7 is also extremely well-built, considering the low price. In terms of design, Nexus 7 is thinner and lighter than Amazon’s Kindle Fire. It boasts of quad-core NVIDIA processor with a 1GB RAM, making gaming and web browsing a delight on its 7” display, though it has a lesser resolution than iPad’s Retina display. The battery life, however, may come as a disappointment, as its 8 hours of battery life is shorter than Kindle Fire’s and the iPad’s. But it makes for this shortcoming by offering the latest Android operating system—the Android Jelly Bean, which improves on the Ice Cream Sandwich. More importantly, Google Nexus 7 employs Google Now, a powerful voice-powered searching tool comparable with or even better than Apple’s Siri.
Given the above discussions, Google Nexus 7 is as good a tablet as any in the market today, even better. Well suggested phone for phone finder.