Top 4 Tablets Under $200

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By Vittorio Hernandez | January 17, 2013 11:09 AM EST

Tablet devices may take over the existence of laptop computers in the future due to its great potential on delivering mobility, functionality, and battery life. Unlike laptops and netbooks, tablet devices are light and usually thin with capabilities to make office documents and presentations, multimedia functions, and have loads of applications.

High-tech devices don't have to be always expensive just to get what you want from them and enjoy the latest technology available in the market. For less than $200 you can have a tablet and blend in with the digital generation.

1.     Google Nexus 7 - This 7-inch tablet offers high-resolution display and good responsiveness to touch and comes with Android 4.1 Jellybean that can be upgraded to 4.2.1, Gorilla Glass protection to screen against scratches, two shooting cameras, and high-speed performance for everyday tasks.

2.     Nook HD - The device created by Barnes & Noble has a weight of only 11.1 oz, screen display of 7-inches with high-resolution and extended battery life. It has at least 5GB internal storage that can be expanded using a microSD card by up to 32GB and reads a lot of video, audio, and document formats.

3.     Amazon Kindle Fire HD - From the famous Amazon group, the Kindle Fire HD supports up to 10 fingers in its 7-inch high-resolution display, runs a customized Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and integrates with free cloud storage of all Amazon content.

4.     Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 - From the South Korean tech giant Samsung comes the second edition of the Galaxy Tab 7.0. It has 7-inch of display supported by TouchWiz UX UI for smooth and responsive touch interface, three variations of internal storage size from 8, 16 to 32GB, runs Android 4.0.3 and ready for 4.1.1 upgrade, and 3.15MP rear camera shooter.

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