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These three tablet devices are the best for use in the modern-day business environment. All sport a front and rear facing camera and have excellent specs to run a variety of apps.
Samsung Galaxy Note II
This new phablet (Phone Tablet) is a great tool for a business. It can be used to make and receive calls, but also has a large screen that can be access with the new Samsung stylus pen. This is a smaller tablet, but the screen is big enough to write notes, read email, create charts, and access PDF files. The resolution of the phone is only 720 by 1280, but the super AMOLED screen makes every image clear. The Note II has 2 GB of RAM with up to 64 GB of on board storage. The Micro SD card reader can hold up to 64 GB cards. The device comes with Android 4.1 preinstalled, connecting to the numerous business oriented and productivity apps in the Google Play store. The downside to this phablet is the size; it may be a little small for many businesspeople. However, the size also makes the device ultra-portable.
Asus Transformer Infinity
Since the launch of the Transformer line of tablets in 2011, these devices have shown to be top of the industry in design and execution. The Transformer Infinity is the latest entry and comes with a 1.0 inch 1920 by 1200 screen, 1 GB of ram, a Tegra 3 processor, and is available in with 32 or 65 GB of on device memory. This tablet is perfect for using the wide area of business oriented production apps available in the Google Play store. The screen is well-lit and sensitive to touch, with the high quality that ASUS puts in to all their products. The Transformer series becomes highly recommended when connected to the Keyboard dock, turning the 10-inch tablet in to a small laptop. There is over 14 hours of battery life, so this device can last for a full day with no charge. The tablet has a HDMI port for outputting to a screen as well headphone jack, b/g/n wifi card, and a Micro SD reader. The keyboard dock adds a full-sized SD reader and another USB 2.0 port. It is the perfect full sized tablet for a businessperson on the go.
This smaller Ipad cousin is a lightweight alternative to larger models. The 7.9-inch screen sports a 1024 by 768 resolutions, which is big enough to show bright and beautiful graphics. The device comes in a wifi only or cellular model, with access to the AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint networks. The models come with either 16 to 64 GB of storage on the system. The chip is a dual core chip with a dual core graphics processor, offering the same level of quality as an Ipad 2. The best thing about the Ipad mini is the size: it is small enough to carry around but big enough to do work on. The Ipad is part of the Apple family, so there are many productivity and business oriented apps available in the ITunes store. The biggest downside of the Ipad mini is the storage. There is no expansion slot for Micro SD cards. However, this is a good device for the memory conscious businessperson.
Author Bio : Jarin Mariea loves to contribute frequently on POS system such as CheckWay Systems. Who has been in the retail point of sale business for the past 20 years.