If you’re in the market for a new tablet, you’ve probably noticed that there is a lot of marketing for iPad devices but not much at all for Android tablets. Or is there? Amazon heavily advertises its own Fire tablet range, and those all run a modified version of Android.
And the rest of the market? Well, Samsung makes a few Galaxy Tab devices, which are expensive. Lenovo makes a few, that can also do dual-duty as a smart screen for your home. There is even a multitude of random, cheap Chinese makers that are using the open-source nature of Android to create their own devices. Oh, and there’s Huawei, who makes the best Android tablet that you can’t get (and shouldn’t buy) in the West.
The question still remains – with the ease of use of the iPad, are there any Android tablets that can challenge it?