By PowerBuy // 30 October 2012 // Related Categories: industry news, Product Information, Tips

iPad Mini vs. Nexus 7 – Which is best?

With a never ending number of tablets entering the market it is difficult to figure out which is best. Two new popular 7” models are the Apple iPad Mini and Google’s Nexus 7. Here are four things to think about before you pull out your wallet:

1. Performance

The Google Nexus has a quad-core Tegra 3 processor which is faster than the older dual-core A5 processor in the iPad. Both give you about 10 hours of battery life which should get you through a full day's work.

2. Connecting to the Internet

The latest Nexus 7 does not let you connect directly to 3G or 4G networks so if you are planning to send emails while you are on the move then you will need to connect to the Internet via your phone or laptop.

The iPad Mini is available in a Cellular option (3G/4G) which means you can sign up to a data plan with your telco and use your tablet to connect directly to the Internet.

3. The screen

The iPad mini comes with a 7.9 inch screen (corner to corner) with a resolution of 1024x768. This equates to 163 pixels per inch (ppi).

The Nexus 7 screen is smaller at exactly 7 inches but the resolution is higher than the iPad at 1280x768. This equates to 216 ppi which means you can see more on the Nexus 7 even though the screen is smaller.

4. Budget

Apple always charges a premium for their brand name. Whilst street prices vary, the Nexus 7 16GB starts at about $269 whilst the iPad Mini starts at $369 on the Apple website.

 

Summary

If you are an Apple enthusiast then you have probably already made up your mind, but if you are looking purely at “bang for buck” then the Google Nexus 7 wins.

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