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Which is the best budgeted tablet for presentation, lag free pen writing, PDF, video conferencing, long term usage, no lag while changing apps, and long term security?
Well, having purchased a tablet to cater to my work and leisure requirements just a few hours ago after extensive research over a period of eight days, I would state that when it comes to purchasing a tablet for the purpose of taking notes, one of the most crucial factors that influences the decision of purchase is the screen size one should purchase the tablet with, as per one’s requirement - Screen Size For users considering to decide on a tablet for acting as a substitute to a mobile phone, wherein t wish to perform daily tasks like drafting e-mails, browsing the web casually, reading e-books, taking video calls, playing games etc, would find their requirements met with a tablet with a screen size up to 8 inches. For users for whom the tablet would be a substitute of a laptop/desktop with which t wish to accomplish tasks related to productivity such as attending online classes, taking notes, performing tasks related to designing, etc, or others who would use it to watch movies, would find their needs met with a tablet with screen size up to 12 inches. Furthermore, the amount of RAM one should purchase a tablet with as per the intensity of the tasks one wishes to perform using a tablet, too needs to be kept in consideration while making the purchase - RAM When one wishes to accomplish not so performance-intensive tasks like attending online classes, taking notes, drafting e-mails, browsing the web, preparing a PPT/Word document, etc, it would be wise to decide on a tablet that comes installed with 3–4GB RAM. Whereas, when in addition to performing the above stated tasks, one also wishes to play performance-intensive games, requires to run workplace dedicated software, has to perform heavy multitasking by having multiple tasks opened side-by-side, one should opt for a tablet that has at least 6GB of RAM. In addition to the insights shared above, factors such as comparison of a regular, stand-alone tablet with a convertible Tablet PC, awareness about the ways by which manufacturers resort to maximizing their profits by packing-in gimmicky and often unnecessary features that are best avoided in a tablet, and how not deciding on a tablet with those features/specifications can save one a considerable amount of money, too play crucial roles in determining the product one should decide on. I gained detailed knowledge about them from the post - Vibhor Shergill’s answer to An extensive guide to buying a Tablet So, today, i.e, 29th May, 2021, at 8.33 PM, I placed the order for my Tablet, keeping the insights gained into consideration. Here is the one that I purchased 👇
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I placed an order with Cabala's and proceeded the ordering process. And, this was my experience of the purchasing process: ▼1. Cabala's, a Canadian online store, is one of the few online retailers that provides a prepaid prepaid debit card for purchase of your product, along with other services such as returns & warranty service. As per their 'Terms and Conditions' for the same, I was required to pay one-time 30 fee for adding the prepaid debit card(included in the product), and a monthly fee, which would be 3.95 each month for an item, when used. The same applies when choosing for a particular option: — The choice to buy an ETA tablet or the choice to buy the ETA Smart Tablets. ▼2. When I was informed of availability for the same, the ETA Tablet became available on 30th May. On 1st June, I chose the ETA Tablet and began the.