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  1. JaredPosy

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    I am an Apple customer, but now I want to use Android devices because they are easier for a dumb head like me
    Can someone tell me which Android tablet is good enough?
     

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    Go check them out. Most of the carriers feature at least one brand and could possibly have another to demo. Office supply houses might also have more than one. Before closing, Office Depot had Asus, Samsung, Acer, and one other.

    Samsung probably has the most stuff on it for mod cons, Nexus the least. Everything else seems to be in between.
    I bought an older Acer. It runs what I want, new enough to customize without rooting, otherwise fairly simple.

    You will just have to read the specs and go play with one if you can find it. Find your own comfort zone and ease of use.

    There might be some articles on this forum about changing from an iPhone to an android. Those would be good to read for both background and knowledge.

    http://androidforums.com/posts/7368080/ for starters
     
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    The first thing to ask is what you want to use the tablet for. That will tell you what screen size you need, whether it needs pen support (though very few have that), whether it needs cellular data connectivity (which adds to the cost) or just WiFi. Once you know that, see what's available within your budget and, as zuben says, go and have a play with the real thing if you can, or at least have a look at a few. Don't be fooled by ultra-cheap devices that claim great specs: there will be a reason they are so cheap.
     

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