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Wednesday, December 31, 2014

I own 3 tablets

   About 5 years ago, I purchased a crappy android tablet from Alibaba. It set me back $100. I only used it once, because it was so bad. It was bulky, slow, and barely ran. I should have known better. Lesson: Don't buy cheap android tablets, especially from Asia. 

   Next, I purchased an Asus Nexus 7 (2012). I paid extra for the 16GB version. It set me back at around $250. It worked decently well for a month. After that, the tablet barely ran and it is a waste of money. I'm still expecting a refund on this piece of crap. Lesson: Don't buy devices from Google and Asus. The Nexus Q is proof of this. 

  After I got the Nexus 7, I entered a contest for an iPad Mini 1st Gen 16GB. Believe it or not, I won the contest. The iPad Mini  was worth $300 at the time that I won it. Currently, Apple is at it's 3rd generation of iPad Mini's. My, 2 generations old, still runs smoothly. Lesson: Buy products from a high quality company, it's a better investment. 

  1. I have no affiliation with these companies.
  2. I am pretty sure that Google and Asus improved the Nexus 7 tablet in the newer generations

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