Tablet Study – Case 4 : Connectivity

With size, performance and storage in place, we have a final decision to make – connectivity.
Connectivity is rather a simple decision to make. By now, you already know how you will be using your tablet. That should give you an idea of which network to choose. The choices you may have are WiFi, 3G or 4G. It is very wise to ditch the one that you will not be using. For example, if your network provider does not have 4G service, it is really pointless to have a 4G capability in your tablet. The hardware will cost more for something that you will not be using at all.
Another fact to keep in mind is the battery consumption. 3G and 4G requires much more power to transmit and receive their data over long frequencies. If you will be using wifi mostly, not having 3G can make a huge difference too. Use offline services like POP3 and IMAP if you have to go to places where wifi is not available.
That ends our 4 cases tablet study. Hopefully, it will make your tablet purchasing a tad easier. If you would like to ask anything about any particular case, feel free to drop a comment under their respective cases.

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