My Quest for the Ultimate Android Tablet “Supertool”
I’m the kind of guy that likes to be always connected to all the latest technology. If I could somehow connect myself to the Internet, Matrix-style, I would. So when I started researching which tablet would be the the best tablet for my lifestyle, I knew I was looking for a tablet that is fast, has access to tons of apps, and that can handle everything I’ll be throwing at it. It quickly became clear that an Android tablet would be a good fit.
After a little more research, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 caught my eye. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 has a fast Intel processor. Check. It can run all Android apps. Check. It allows me to blog, play games, take photos and video, and even acts as a universal remote. Check, check, check, and check.
Armed with my new-found knowledge, I headed to Best Buy to try out the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 for myself.
Once I arrived at Best Buy, finding the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 was pretty easy. My local Best Buy has an entire section devoted to Samsung tablets, clearly marked with lit signs. And as soon as I picked up the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3, a helpful Best Buy employee, named Shayne, offered me assistance.
Since Shayne is one of the resident experts on all things Samsung, I asked him a few questions about the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3, and about Android tablets in general. Our conversation went something like this…
Tim: I’m looking for a tablet that will be a supertool. What should I be looking for, spec-wise?
Shayne: You’re going to want to take into account several specs, including processor speed, screen size, and battery life.
Tim: Well, I need a tablet I can use for blogging, gaming, communication, and multimedia. Would the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 be a good fit?
Shayne: Definitely. It was built with all of those in mind.
Tim: What are the benefits of choosing a tablet that uses the Android operating system?
Shayne: Probably the biggest benefit is the access to all the Android apps. Not only is the library of Android apps huge, but a lot of them are free, including several that you would have to pay for, on other operating systems.
After chatting a little longer with Shayne, I only had one question left:
Tim: Can I take one home, today?
Shayne: Absolutely. Which color would you prefer?
And just like that, I’m at home, enjoying my shiny new Samsung Galaxy Tab 3. As a matter of fact, I’m writing this post from it, right now.
But we both know you’re waiting for me to answer the most important question of all: can I play Candy Crush on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3? Here’s your answer:
Now, if you’ll excuse me, this candy isn’t going to crush itself.