Samsung Tablets Are Well Worth Buying: 10 Reasons Why

By Don Reisinger  |  Posted 2013-01-15 Print this article Print

5. Extras are everywhere

In addition to offering its own software design on top of Android, the company delivers a wide array of extra programs designed to increase the operating system’s appeal to customers. For example, customers will find a Music Hub, offering popular tracks. On the Galaxy Note, Samsung delivers several of its own applications designed to accommodate note-taking and other stylus-related actions.

6. Affordability factor is high

Samsung’s tablet line fits into any budget. The company’s Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, for example, can be purchased for as little as $199 for those who are fine with 8GB of storage and WiFi-only connectivity. Even the company’s high-end Galaxy Note with 32GB of storage and WiFi can be purchased for $549.99. A similarly equipped iPad will set customers back $599.

7. Always-connected options

Although some companies believe that selling tablets for less forces them to only offer WiFi options without cellular, Samsung doesn’t agree. In fact, the company offers a wide array of smaller tablets, like its Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, that come with cellular connectivity. That means the tablets offer full usability regardless of where the user is.

8. Ports aplenty

The big complaint with Apple’s iPad is that it only comes with the company’s Lightning port. Samsung’s Galaxy Tab line, however, comes with a slot for SD card expansion as well as a USB 2.0 port. What that means is more products can be connected to the tablets, making them a bit more open for gadget-obsessed users.

9. True innovation

Samsung’s products are truly innovative. The company is the first to actually make a stylus work in on today’s tablet designs. And on the software side, Samsung is delivering a host of features that not even Apple has delivered to its products. If it’s innovation a customer is after, Samsung can deliver.

10. Enterprise functionality

When evaluating the Galaxy Note, customers will quickly find that the device comes with real value to the enterprise. For example, the stylus makes it easy for employees to take notes. And if companies want to create a native Android application for their employees, the stylus can come in handy as a signature tool. The Galaxy Note might just be the best enterprise tablet out there.

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