Before you select a tablet, you should first understand that business tablets will differ from leisure tablets that were more intended for consumers. A business tablet will place greater emphasis on security and analytical features over entertainment. In most cases, a tablet makes more sense than moving around a heavy laptop because working from a touchscreen lets you access presentations, graphs and videos instantaneously. We look at 3 tablets which you could use for your business, for further advice including a data recovery plan for your tablets, get in touch with Evolution Business Data Recovery.
Apple’s best all-around tablet, you have one the thinnest and lightest iPads, but it still has a 9.7-inch display screen that boasts a resolution of 2,048 x 1,536. The iPad Pro 9.7 has a built-in A9X processor, and the iPad has been loaded with two gigabytes of RAM. While lighter than its predecessor, the iPad Pro 9.7 still has the same 10-hour battery life of the past generation model. Weight has become one of the huge selling points of the iPad Pro 9.7 because you can carry it around in a briefcase, and because it is 6.1 mm thin, you will also enjoy greater mobility without performance slowing down when you need it to hit deadlines and communicate with important clients.
Dell’s tablet is Android based, and it features a scratch resistant screen that is eight inches and 2560 x 1600 resolution. The only problem that you might encounter with the Dell Venue 8 7840 is how because it includes the Intel chip, Microsoft Office will not be available. Aside from that, if you do not need Microsoft Office, then the performance of the Dell Venue puts it in competition with the Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact and the Samsung Galaxy S5.
Boasting stellar hardware, Pixel C can last over 10 hours in terms of battery life, and it has a resolution of 2560 x 1800. One of the biggest highlights of the Google Pixel C is the robust metal that the keyboard dock has been made from, and it uses a magnetic plateto pair and keyboard and tablet. The Google Pixel C runs the latest version of Android 6.0 Marshmallow, and it can last the full work day while letting you play graphically intense games on your commute back home.
Choosing a business tablet, the key features to look for include weight, security, performance, applications and battery life. You also have to look at the purpose for your business because different needs will have to be addressed when choosing your tablet.