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I'm thinking of buying a tablet, but I'm not sure what to do, because I love the way how things go on apple tablets, but I think an customisable experience will be good,and I like some interfaces as the surface. What should I do?

asked Jan 06 '13 at 00:00

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Just got the Nexus 7, its fantastic, I have started liking iOS but Nexus 7 is cheapest and makies most sense to get, if you get a big enough drive in it.

answered Jan 06 '13 at 02:31

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All platforms have their advantages and disadvantages.

iOS is known to be stable as a rock but not very customizable.

Android is known for it's "openness" and ability to customize the OS.

The Surface and Windows RT are known well for its Metro UI.

My Advice: Go to a store or bug your friends, play with all of them. Only when you have gotten the chance to use all of them will you truly know which is the best choice for you.

answered Jan 06 '13 at 00:07

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GO WITH THE BB PLAYBOOK DUH!!!

Jokes aside: here are my opinions:

7": Nexus 7 appears to be the best bang for your buck here. 10": If your on a budget, Nexus 10. If you want to spend a bit more, iPad with retina display.

answered Jan 06 '13 at 00:58

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Thanks guys for the help, but it seems to me that I have to research for more information about this, thanks for the help!

answered Jan 06 '13 at 13:51

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first you have to decide iOS or android remember it isn't just hardware you are buying, it is the eco system and the app stores ect. go to best buy or some store and apple and play with some of the best for a bet that is where you see what works for you best

answered Jan 08 '13 at 01:05

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