Tuesday, 26 August 2014

Best Small Tablets: Galaxy Tab S 8.4 vs nVidia Shield



One does not have to explain the utility of a tablet to anyone familiar with this type of device at the slightest. But tablets do come in different sizes, originate from different brands, sport various components/displays and due to these variations each provide a flavour of their 'own' experience for the user. So while we already have given consideration to the wonderful release that is nVidia Shield tablet, Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 is the one we put into the spotlight for the first time. Despite the fact that nVidia Shield is so awesome and it might be preferable as a stand-alone tablet, according to recent customer surveys the tablets sporting mobile phone functionality, just like the Galaxy Tab S 8.4 are becoming more and more popular these days.

The reasons are simple. If you are accustomed to carrying any type of bag or a case you can easily do away with a bluetooth hands-free set for the phone calls. You could also benefit greatly from pairing a smartwatch to your tablet for checking the messages, seeing who is calling as well as going through your playlists. The matter of fact is, 95% of the time smartphones are being used for browsing the web and consuming rich media content. That is precisely the reason devices that combine the functionality of a phone and a tablet, otherwise known as phablets, are making their move into the smartphone market, which the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 is a prime example of!

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