Best Tablet 2013: Google Nexus 7 and 10, Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7

As large number of tablets are available in the market from different brands like Apple, Google, Samsung, Amazon, Microsoft, and Nokia, choosing the right one has become a headache these days. Based on the features a person requires, preference of the OS or the applications and the price of the device, a person can easily make a perfect choice.

However, not everyone is an Apple fan, as it’s still expensive when compared with the competitors. That is why the tablets that are running on Google’s Android operating system are becoming popular in the market these days.

Google’s Nexus 7 and 10 are well-liked options. The Nexus 7 and 10 are the new high watermark for tablets in the competitive market with the amazing features like the sharp HD screen, silky smooth performance, a robust app ecosystem, long battery life, light weight, and being reasonably priced devices makes them the best tablet value in the market.

If a person is looking for a new tablet and already has an Amazon Prime Account or buy Amazon music, books or movies, the person will definitely consider a Kindle Fire.

The kindle fire is equipped with a powerful processor and Amazon’s exhaustive content library, Amazon’s Kindle Fire HDX 7 particularly is a performance monster that speeds through Web sites and UI pages at a fantastic speed.

The screen of the tablet is impressively sharp and the small light design of Amazon’s Kindle Fire HDX 7 makes it very comfortable for reading books. The device is available at $229 as starting price.