Every single student going to the university knows the hassle of having to keep notes during the lectures and the classes at the uni. Many people choose to do that on their laptop electronically and some others more old-fashioned prefer to do it the old good way and carry with them some paper and a pencil. Both ways are effective and have been working great for the past few years.

What if you could combine those two and get the perks of having your notes electronically without being forced to carry your laptop around. That would be ideal right? Oh well, right it is. The most convenient way of doing that is using tablets. If every student had his tablet, his life would be a lot easier. Think about it. Easy to carry, can store a ton of information, it can even record the whole lecture. With no more to be said let’s jump straight into our top comparison list. To make it easy for you there will be three different categories. The best for it’s price option, the mid-budget option and the high-budget one.

*As you will figure out very soon we haven’t included any iPads in the list click here to see why”

Best Value:

ASUS ZenPad 10.1

Looking at your best option if you are on a low-budget. This is the best tablet you can get for the least amount of money. It’s smaller than the most books, handy and it’s HD.

  • AFFORDABLE
  • COMES WITH 100GB FREE OF GOOGLE DRIVE
  • VIRTUAL SURROUND SOUND
  • NOT FULL HD
  • SMALL RAM CAPACITY

 

Specifications:

SIZE10.1 Inches
MEMORY2 GB
STORAGE16 GB
PROCESSORQuad Core 64 bit MediaTek processor
OSAndroid 6.0
WEIGHT1.08lb
BATTERY LIFE8 Hours
RESOLUTION1280 x 800

 

MID-BUDGET:

Well the most people belong in the mid-budget category. The have enough money to spend in order to buy a decent tablet, but still they are on a budget so they can’t spend too much. If you are one of them don’t worry we got your back. The most expensive doesn’t mean always the best right? Exactly! So here is our pick for the mid-budget category.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2

  • FULL HD SUPER AMOLED DISPLAY
  • INTEGRATED FINGERPRINT SCANNER
  • AMAZING BATTERY LIFE
  • A LITTLE EXPENSIVE
SIZE8 OR 9.7 Inches
MEMORY3 GB
STORAGE32 GB
PROCESSOROcta Core (1.8GHz + Quad 1.4GHz Quad)
OSAndroid 6.0
WEIGHT0.6lb
BATTERY LIFE13 Hours
RESOLUTION2048x1536

 

HIGH-BUDGET:

And of course for all those people who are on a high-budget and they don’t really mind how much they are paying, there’s the best option for them as well. Since someone is paying too much for something they expect too much from it. So we cannot let you down, can we? After a lot of research and testing we figured out which is the best tablet for all those people who are willing to pay more than 500 bucks for one. Here it is.

Microsoft Surface Pro 4

  • CAN REPLACE YOUR LAPTOP
  • HAS USB PORTS
  • SUPER POWERFUL
  • KEYBOARD HAS TO BE BOUGHT SEPARATELY
  • HEAVY

 

Specifications:

SIZE12.3 Inches
MEMORY4 GB
STORAGE128 GB
PROCESSORIntel Core i5
OSWindows
WEIGHT1.9lb
BATTERY LIFE9 Hours
RESOLUTION2736 x 1824

 

Bottom Line:

It really depends on how much money you have to spend rather than if any of the above will suit to your needs. Any of the mentioned tablets are good enough to carry out all the necessary tasks a student has to do. Very simply if someone has more money is going to go for the more expensive model.

 

*Why we haven’t included any

iPads.

in the list*

Right, first of all, I am a huge fan of Apple so don’t get me wrong. The reason is that iPads and generally Mac products makes it so difficult transfer files between tablets phones and computers. Unless you use an iPad, an iPhone and a Macbook. Android devices are more compatible with everything and they just make the whole process easier in terms of transferring files to and from the web.

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