Cover Story: Which tablet to take?

The perfect prescription for a new tablet involves considerations of cost, capability, suitability and as much future-proofing as you can hope for, writes Dick O'Brien.

1st September, 2012
The tablet market has been moving at a rate of knots.

As with all new market segments, the tablet market has been moving at a rate of knots. Not yet three years old, we are already several generations down the line in terms of devices.

The processing power of tablets has increased significantly, their associated software markets have blossomed and prices have begun to drop in the entry level, as older technology gets pushed down the chain.

The dilemma for any potential tablet buyer is, of...

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