Top 3 Tablets for University/College Students

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Five years ago, most college students went off to school with a new laptop. These days, more and more college students and graduate students are arriving to their dorm rooms with tablets. Why? Tablets are less expensive, more portable, and oftentimes more practical tools for learning than laptops are. If you’re trying to decide on a tablet that will help you achieve your academic goals as a college student or graduate student, check out these top tablet options:

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The new iPad

The new iPad tablet from Apple

The new iPad’s gorgeous Retina display, user-friendly OS, speedy dual-core processor, and seemingly never-ending battery life make it an ideal choice for college students who want a high-performance tablet. Plus, iPad users have access to Kno, a database of over 200,000 online textbooks, many of which are often used at top colleges.

You’ll have to pay a little over $500 for the 16GB version of the new iPad, which is a little bit on the pricey end in comparison to other tablets. Considering everything the new iPad brings to the table, however, you’ll probably be happy you paid a little bit extra.

Asus Eee Pad Transformer

Asus Eee Pad Transformer Tablet

Taking notes on the Asus Eee Pad Transformer is a breeze, since this tablet comes with an optional keyboard dock. So, students can connect keyboards to their Asus Eee Pad Transformers to take notes during lectures and detach the keyboards when they want the regular flexibility of a tablet.

A keyboard dock isn’t all the Eee Pad Transformer has to offer, either. It comes with a crisp, colorful LED display and impressive dual-core processor. Additionally, this tablet gives you access to tons of Android study and productivity apps that will make your life as a student easier. Selling for around $300 on some online stores, this tablet is a steal.

Kindle Fire

Kindle Fire Tablet

If you’re on a budget, like most college students, you’ll love the Kindle Fire. Its $199 price tag and the basic things it has to offer are what make it appealing to many college students. As a Kindle Fire user, you’ll be able to choose from hundreds of ebooks and textbooks to download from the Amazon ebookstore.

You’ll also be able to safely store all of your school-related Amazon content with Amazon’s free cloud services and enjoy access to the company’s large collection of instant videos. The Kindle Fire may not be able to offer a super speedy processor or large display, but it can offer you lots of books and entertainment, which is all many college students need.

If you’re heading off to school in the fall, consider investing in one of the tablets above or exploring another tablet option. A tablet may be just what you need to get organized, get connected, and be successful as a student!

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Paschal Okafor is NaijaTechGuide Team Lead. The article Top 3 Tablets for University/College Students was written by Paschal Okafor. The article was last modified: May 23rd, 2016
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