A tablet is a portable, flat computer or multimedia pad. Completely housed in the shell of a touch screen, it can be operated with a finger or a pen. A tablet has a processor, memory and other modules that can be found in a notebook or in any other 2-in-1 device. However, processor performance and workstation memory are designed to deliver multimedia content and are therefore limited. A tablet also comes without a (fixed) keyboard and input devices. In comparison to mobile phones, tablets are larger and are generally not used for conventional telephoning and sending SMS or MMS messages. However, a tablet can be equipped with a SIM card (with data flat rate) for mobile surfing. Looking for a new tablet? We'll be happy to help you find it! On this page you can filter our extensive range based on various properties. You can do this in a flash by selecting your desired criteria in the navigation bar on the left. In just a few steps you will get an overview of all the devices that meet your requirements. You can then sort the displayed devices according to price, novelty or (positive) ratings. Android, iOS or Windows? That's a basic question. Not only the ease of use depends on the tablet operating system, but also which apps are pre-installed on the device and which can be downloaded later. The majority of available smartphones use Android, the operating system developed by Google. The Apple iPad and Microsoft Surface, on the other hand, rely on their own developments: iOS and Windows. Do you only use the tablet from time to time or are you a heavy user? Your answer is critical when it comes to processor power, memory and battery capacity, and the supported wireless standard. As with smartphones and computers, a multimedia pad only becomes interesting and valuable for everyday use through the numerous installed programs, called applications or apps. If you enjoy watching movies or playing games on the go, we recommend that when buying a tablet you make sure that the display is over 8 inches in size, has a high resolution (> 250dpi), is bright and preferably anti-glare, so that you can see everything even in the sunshine. For a smooth surfing experience we recommend a tablet with mobile phone standard 4G/LTE. Do you enjoy listening to music in good quality on the go? Then you will not be disappointed by a tablet with a first-class audio system (e.g. Harman Kardon). Tablets are also often used as e-book readers, i.e. as reading devices for digitized books. Do you want to store your content directly on the tablet instead of in a cloud? Then you'll appreciate a tablet with an internal memory expansion option using an optional Micro SD card. Which tablet accessories can pay off? If you use a tablet often but can't recharge it regularly, for example during holidays, we recommend buying a Powerbank. For optimum tablet protection, it's also worth investing a little money in a display foil and a cover. Our shop offers you a selection of over 150 tablets, including the top brands Apple iPad, Samsung Galaxy and Huawei MediaPad. You can conveniently buy all your devices online with a variety of accessories - from the tablet case, tablet keyboard, power supply, power bank, car accessories to a stylus.
The new 802.11ac standard is to be adopted in 2013. The main advantage over 802.11n is the faster data transmission with a gross data rate of up to 6900 Mbps. Net, however, good devices achieve three times as many as 3-stream MiMO devices. Data transmission is exclusively in the 5 GHz band and requires a larger channel width of 80 MHz, optionally a channel width of 160 MHz.
A multi-core processor (or chip-level multiprocessor, CMP) combines two or more independent cores (normally a CPU) into a single package composed of a single integrated circuit (IC), called a die, or more dies packaged together. A dual-core processor contains two cores, and a quad-core processor contains four cores.
A lithium-ion battery (sometimes Li-ion battery or LIB) is a member of a family of rechargeable battery types in which lithium ions move from the negative electrode to the positive electrode during discharge and back when charging. Li-ion batteries use an intercalated lithium compound as the electrode material, compared to the metallic lithium used in non-rechargeable lithium battery.
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Our device insurance offers you the ideal all-round protection for your device against fall, water, moisture and display damage. Misuse of calls and data as a result of theft is also insured. In addition the number of possible claims is unlimited.