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Old 04-11-2011, 09:00 AM   #8
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Device: Apple iPad 3 (I have owned many other tablets)
I personally have owned three "other" Android tablets this past year. All were cheap ($110 to $250). All were buggy. All really didn't compare to an iPad (the standard) or other good tablet.

My verdict is if you really have very basic needs, such as e-book reading, then go with almost any of the cheap tablets. But if you want a device that has a good responsive screen, plays media well, has a good battery, and is built to withstand drops and falls, then invest more (perhaps double) and go with the tablets that are known for these qualities.
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