We continue our return special to Android paste with the tablets. Although many consider them little useful devices to be halfway between a cell phone and a laptop, the truth is that, for students, it is a device with a lot of potential.
A tablet is considerably lighter than a computer and generally has much better autonomy. In addition, having a larger screen allows us to use this to read books, edit PDF documents or create layouts, while we can also use them to view videos in a more comfortable position than the cell phone
In the market there are many tablets, we advise which are the most useful you can buy in each price range, from the cheapest to the most expensive.
Most Affordable: Amazon Fire
Amazon has become the king of low-cost tablets. The key is that they offer a product that, despite its limitations, is able to cater to most of the basic uses we are interested in on a tablet.
From 69 euros, up to 144 (depending on the size, storage or if you have Amazon ads on the lock screen), we get a tablet that, without being spectacular, will not disappoint either. We recommend the 8-inch model, which has a huge battery. Highlight this pattern does not include Google Play, although it can be installed with ease.
We looked at the new Kindle Fire 7, the seventh generation of this inexpensive Android tablet with all Amazon services. Review of a tablet of € 69.
Today, we reviewed the Amazon Fire HD 8, a tablet that stands out for its great battery and very content price. We say our impressions.
The best: Battery, resistance, price.
The worst: It pays to study, watch videos and surf the Internet.
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For 150 euros: BQ Aquaris M8
Although the Spanish company is known for its cell phones, there was a time when HRC was quite popular in the tablet market. To date they have only two models, and their eight-inch version is another device quite recommendable.
With a better display than the Amazon tablet and the dual front speaker, the Aquaris M8 BQ is ideal for those who want a bit more multimedia or have a Google Play factory. Of course, it also does not offer a power of power.
The best: Better screen and sound than Amazon tablets.
The worst: Limited power.
BQ Aquaris M8 – 8 "Tablet (WiFi, MediaTek Quad Core, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB internal storage, micro SD, 5MP camera, Android), white
For 200 euros: Galaxy Tab A 2016
We got in the middle of the range with one of last year's bestsellers. The Galaxy Tab A 2016 is about the most affordable 10.1 inch tablet we recommend. It features a FullHD screen, an eight-core Exynos processor and has already been upgraded to Android Nougat. The 10.1-inch tablet with the best value for money
Screen, eight-core processor
The worst: Little space due to Samsung applications.
Samsung Galaxy Tab A – 10.1-inch FullHD tablet (WiFi processor, Cortex-A53 Octa-core, 2GB RAM, 16GB storage, Android 6.0 Marshmallow), white
For 250 euros: Huawei Mediapad M3
In the range of approximately 250 euros, Huawei has released two very interesting models. For one thing, we have a 10-inch tablet that stands out for having 32 GB of storage and features like the fingerprint reader, something less common. Its counterfactor is that it includes a Snapdragon 435 processor, which is not much more powerful than that of the Samsung tablet.
On the other hand, a little more is the 8-inch Mediapad M3, which stands out for its Kirin 950 processor, the high-end processor from last year that offers great performance when playing games or heavy applications.
Fingerprint reader, performance (no 8 inches)
The worst: The 10 inches could have a better processor.
Huawei MediaPad M3 – Tablet 8.4 "(Octa Core Kirin 950 processor, 32 GB internal memory, 4 GB RAM, 8 Mp Camera, Android 6.0), silver color
Huawei Mediapad M3 Lite 10 – 10.1 inch IPS FullHD Tablet (WiFi, Qualcomm Snapdragon 435 octa-core processor, 3GB RAM, 32GB internal memory, Android 7 Nougat), white color
For 300 euros: Lenovo Yoga Tab3 Plus
If you are looking for Android and you are a student, we believe Lenovo Yoga Tab3 Plus is one of your best options to consider. In addition to including a Snapdragon 652 processor, 3GB RAM and 32GB of storage, it has an IPS screen with 2K resolution and excellent sound, as well as a battery that promises us up to 18 hours of use. In addition, the circular frame can be turned into a stand to keep it standing.
Power, screen, battery, stand.
The worst: It is a bit heavy (640g), although it is due to its excellent battery life.
Lenovo Yoga Tab3 Plus – Tablet 10.1 "QHD (WiFi + Bluetooth 4.0, Qualcomm Snapdragon Octa Core, 3GB RAM, Internal Memory 32GB, Android 6.0) color gray