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Looking for a full size tablet - Check this buying guide

Holiday season is here and it is the time to hit the stores. Here are few tablets that deserve your attention for sure.
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Tablet PCs are in hot demand this season and since you are reading this post, you might be looking for one too. This buying guide is aimed at providing our readers an in-depth info on which tablets to lay their hands on.

Top few tablet PCs that deserve consideration:

1. Fourth Generation Apple iPad

2. Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

3. Google Nexus 10

4. Microsoft Surface

5. Barnes & Noble Nook HD+

6. Asus Vivo Tab RT

Fourth Generation Apple iPad
Apple iPad is essentially the best of the lot when it comes to tablet PCs. Spectacular design coupled with a splendid display and a plethora of apps keep this device on our wish list.

Since the base model comes equipped with only 16GB space, which is paltry by today’s standards, you may wish to go at least for the 32 GB model. If your pocket limits you, there are a couple of cheaper options available in the market.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 sports a mammoth 10-inch screen, runs on Google’s latest Android OS and a Stylus Pen, which is a revolution of sorts. The catch here is that it almost carries the same price tag as of Apple iPad, but has an inferior screen resolution and lesser number of apps.

Google Nexus 10
The Google Nexus 10 tablet PC is great for a couple of reasons. It is cheap, fast, has an impressive display and a resolution even better than that of Apple iPad. It is the only tablet available now that has speakers on either side of its screen.

Quite clearly, Google Nexus 10 beats most of its competitors easily and comes closest to beating the Apple iPad in its own game, of tablet PCs. Available at $399, it is flat $100 cheaper than the basic iPad or Samsung Galaxy SIII and definitely worth a serious look.

The others
The other important tablets worth consideration include Microsoft Surface, Barnes & Noble Nook HD+ and Asus Vivo Tab RT. These tablets are good, but nowhere near the biggies – Apple iPad, Google Nexus and Samsung Galaxy tabs.