I have wasted money on tablets a couple of time, and every device I bought never lasted six months. I guess I was just being to naive to think that the higher the price the better a tablet is. For me, personally, I would not really say that it depends on budget, but on what you consider to make the best tablet to buy. My assumption is completely subjective, though.
If you are on a tight budget, consider buying a tablet that cost under 100 dollars
. Some cost between $150 and $300, which isn't badly off. But before you pull your credit card, it is important to consider a few things. My four most important are:
1. Processor speed: I have had a tablet that couldn't just perform. I guess its RAM was too low to perform well. I bought that for something around $120. It was pretty much wasted money.
2. Storage capacity: Something around 32 GB internal storage is great, but if it is above and beyond this, then better. I also recommend tablets have expandable memory cards.
3. Battery life: I hate charging things more than once a day. You know what that means for a heavy user.
4. Operating System: I prefer Android to iOS. I have always hated Windows OS because it has a poor user experience. But you choose what is best for you, right?
So, it is not just about how much a tablet costs. The most important thing is shopping around for the best tablet deal
; you know those gadgets that give you the biggest bangs for your bucks.