Are you sure that's the battery wearing or just increase power consumption by the software (presumably it's running a very version of Android now than it did before)?The battery life on my main tablet (Galaxy 8.9) is down to perhaps six hours of active use or a day and a half at standby. When I got it, it was twice that. So I'm going to replace its battery soon. I'm curious to see what next-generation Android tablets look like, but since no one seems to be making devices in the 8.9" form factor I like, I suspect I'm going to stick with what I have.
I've considered that, but I'm talking about a roughly 50% decrease. I've not observed that from the other devices I've upgraded to ICS or Jelly Bean.Are you sure that's the battery wearing or just increase power consumption by the software (presumably it's running a very version of Android now than it did before)?
I can confirm the Thrive (AT100/AT1S0) is for storage only with stock firmware. The recommended method for the Thrive is to use the hotspot functionality on your Android phone, or use one of the portable WiFi hotspot devices. (We personally just use our phones for hot spot functionality).The Thinkpad tablet and the Toshiba Thrive both have one, but I suspect that they're storage-only.
Since no one answered, the products I'd look at right now are the Google Nexus 7 or 10; the Galaxy Tab 3 Note 8"; or the Asus MeMOpad 10. If you're willing to bargain hunt, the Nook HD goes for $100 to $120 on Ebay at this point, and might be acceptable. The Nook has kind of a crummy default experience; you'd probably want to replace its shell with Go Launcher or something right away. The other tablets are fairly similar in most respects.Hey friends
I want to buy a new tablet can you suggest me which will be best for operate
I've been debating this same thing for a while. I don't really have a need for a tablet because I have other devices that suffice.It certainly looks nice and I will recommend it to anyone looking for a tablet. I just don't know what I would use a tablet for. At work I have a powerful laptop. At home I have an HTPC and a Desktop. Everywhere else I have a GS3.
I decided to dip my foot into the world of tablets and Android with a 32GB Nexus 7 (2013). I don't know what I'm going to use it for, but I'm pretty sure I can find something.It certainly looks nice and I will recommend it to anyone looking for a tablet. I just don't know what I would use a tablet for.