Tablets with expandable storage option can give the device to store more data and to operate more programs in a faster mode than the internal storage capacity it allows. You can store whatever you are interested in like music, movies, pictures, walpapers etc.,.
The memory is also very important while choosing the tablet. Some of the high quality and popular tablets like the Apple iPad or Google Nexus, don't have one important feature that maximises the usability of a tablet: expandable storage.
Here are some of the tablets which gives you expandable storage in a maximum capacity and can speed up your device.
Asus Memo Pad 8
If you are looking for a budget tablet with large capacity of expandable storage, Asus boasts one of the best bargains available with the Memo Pad 8. Starting at $199/£125/AU$310, this is an 8-inch tablet which is portable, feature-filled mid-size slate for those with simple needs, and its microSD card slot is expandable up to 64 GB. Read more about the Memo Pad 8.
LG G Pad 8.3 (Google play edition)
LG doesn't release too many tablets, but when it does, it packs them with the ever useful microSD card expansion slot. The LG G Pad 8.3 boasts the perk of running pure Android 4.4 KitKat and rocks a sleek aluminium design. Read more about the G Pad 8.3 (GPE).
Samsung Galaxy Tab S
The super-AMOLED screen on the Galaxy Tab S is one of the most vibrant and spectacular on a slate to date. By using a microSD card (it is found transferring files between the computer and tablet too troublesome) you can add up to 128 GB of extra storage. Read more about the Tab S.
Microsoft Surface Pro 3
If a tablet is for business purpose, then the recently revamped Surface Pro 3 will be a good accompaniment. The microSD card slot is expandable up to 128 GB, ensuring plenty of storage for your work needs (maybe some movies too, if you get all of your work done in time, of course.) Read more about the Surface Pro 3.