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4 tablets that small biz owners can consider


The mobile revolution has seen more people using tablets in lieu of desktops and laptops. The same is true for small business owners who consider tablets to be their device of choice as it fits their mobile lifestyle perfectly.

A tablet offers business owners greater flexibility compared with mobile phones. With this device, they are able to communicate and conduct business at home, in the office, and during business trips. Because they can take their business with them wherever they go, they become more accessible to their customers – thus increasing satisfaction and trust.

Here are four tablets small business owners should consider for their enterprise.

  1. Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

            Priced at $499, this tablet, with its 10.1-inch screen, makes multitasking easy even for the busiest businessman. Its features include:

  • A multi-window function
  • Air View – a special function that allows users to view items without having to open them.
  • The S Pen – Samsung’s “pen and paper” feature that allows users to create and personalise handwritten memos and notes.
  1. Apple iPad Mini

            For the traveling business owner, this mini version of the iPad provides mobile convenience and offers the full iOS experience on its 7.9-inch display. It follows Apple’s user-friendly design and has over 375,000 apps designed specifically for the Ipad. With a lower price tag of $329, it comes with virtually all the trimmings of the regular iPad, but smaller in size.

  1. Google Nexus 10

            This latest Google tablet trumps all others in terms of display. It has the highest resolution in all   tablet displays worldwide, with sharp text and brilliant visual details – it is perfect for that constantly work with videos and graphics.

            For business owners who make use of Google for instant messaging, the Nexus 10 features video chatting capabilities compatible with Google+ Hangouts. It can hold client meetings with as many as nine participants. Price starts at $399.

  1. Microsoft Surface Pro

What’s a laptop trapped in a tablet’s body? That’s what the Microsoft Surface Pro claims to be. Priced at $899, this is the perfect tool for the business owner who is having a hard time choosing between a laptop and a tablet. It comes with a companion snap-on keyboard and is great for people who need to do a lot of writing, but do not like typing on a touchscreen. This tablet runs the complete Microsoft Office suite, comes with a wide array of business apps, and connects easily with external devices such as printers.

Before choosing a tablet to use for your business, it is important to check what software you already have so that you can choose the brand accordingly. But, for those who wish to try something new, these top four tablets are great for narrowing down your options. Good luck!

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