There are many tablets on the market today, but some stand out from the competition. Our Atlanta iPad repair technicians have had a chance to look over and play with each of the tablets that came out this year, and they have ranked these as their top five picks.

iPad Air

Without question, our Atlanta Mac repair team’s favorite tablet from 2014 is the iPad Air with Retina display. It is by far the best tablet available today, especially if you want a larger screen. Though the price tag is pretty high, but it is still competitive. There is nothing as thin, light or powerful on the market.

iPad Mini 2 with Retina Display

If you’d like a smaller screen and a little more bulk with a slightly lower price, check out our Atlanta iPad repair specialists’ No. 2 pick, the iPad Mini 2 with Retina display. The iPad Mini 2 is ridiculously fast, has a great battery life and is a bit more portable than the larger-screened iPad Air since it can fit in a standard-size pocket or purse.

Nexus 7

For parts and price, the Nexus 7 is one of the very best tablets on the market. It would actually be in the No. 2 spot, but we had to dock the Nexus 7 a bit because of issues with storage space. The Android OS takes up a disturbing 6GB on the device, leaving users who opt for the 16GB model with only 10GB of real space available. Still, with a lightning fast processor, 2GB of RAM and the option of LTE, this is a great tablet — just spring for the 32GB model instead of the 16GB.

Sony Xperia Tablet Z

We love that the Sony Xperia Tablet Z offers a lightweight design with premium aesthetics and a waterproof casing. There’s no question that this is one of the finest tablets we have ever seen, but it costs more than its competitors, which brought it down to No. 4 on our list.

LG G Pad 8.3

LG seems to be making a comeback in the tech world with its G Pad 8.3. It’s the closest competition that the iPad Mini seems to have in terms of design. Overall, it is a sleek, stylish and solid tablet, however, our Atlanta cellphone repair team felt the processor was slightly underpowered and the battery life was slightly shorter than necessary. Still, it’s light-years ahead of the Kindle Fire.
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