iPads & Tablet PC's on Finance

Things to Consider

As more and more tablets are being introduced into the market, it is becoming ever so difficult to know the right type of tablet to buy. The following is a quick guide to selecting the perfect tablet.

1. Operating system
Tablets run on a variety of operating systems. There are those that run on the iOS platform. This is indeed a popular operating system on which both iPad and iPhones run. Android is another operating system that tablets run on. Already, android is being used on a majority of phones. HP and Blackberry are yet other operating systems for tablets. While some tablets tend to run on Windows 7, this OS is not designed to run on tablets. However, Windows 8 is more tablet-friendly.

2. Screen size
When choosing the right table for you, one thing that must be considered is the screen size. Choose a screen size that is comfortable with you. A tablet with a bigger screen is likely to be bigger. Therefore, if you want something more portable, you need to ensure that you do not go for a tablet with a bigger screen. At 9.7 inches, the screen size of iPad 2 and that of original iPad are quite a popular size. However, newer android 3.0 tablets come with bigger screen sizes of 10.1 inches. But there are also some smaller options. Tablets with 7-inch screens are also quite popular. Examples of tablets with 7 inches are Blackberry Playbook and Dell Streak 7.

3. Processor
All tablets use the ARM processor technology. This is the type of processor that nearly all phones run on. With many companies coming up with their own versions of ARM processors in terms of chip design, a lot of these processors are actually duo-core, just like majority of PC processors.

4. Camera
One of the most important attributes of a tablet is the camera. Front-facing camera enables you to make video calls while the normal cameras found on the back of tablets are for taking pictures or recording videos. Check to see the size of camera lens in terms of megapixels. The higher the better.

5. Storage capacity
A tablet, just like a computer, is also a powerful entertainment tool. It needs to have enough storage capacity to accommodate movies, songs and other stuffs. An ideal storage space can start at 16 gigabytes although it can go up to 64 gigabytes.

So, when buying a tablet, a lot of things need to be taken into consideration. For instance, how long can the battery take you when fully charged? How many apps can the tablet accommodate? These are important things to consider.

Credit Options

Purchasing a tablet, such as an ipad, on finance can have a number of benefits, including the chance to spread the cost of the item over a prolonged period of time. You will also be able to take advantage of fast and cheap shipping, and contact a member of staff from the company if you have a query about the product. There are a wide range of tablet devices to choose from, including those manufactured by some of the world's biggest electrical brands. You may also want to open a new credit account, buy your tablet today and pay for it at a later date. Here are some of the online credit options available for tablet PC's.

Paying for your tablet in instalments
One of the most popular credit options is to pay for your tablet PC in monthly or weekly instalments over time. There are a wide range of different companies who offer this service. Credit is only offered to those customers who pass the credit/affordability checks. If accepted, you will be able to choose from a wide range of different products, including tablets that allow you to browse the net, send emails, play games and download the latest apps.

In order to qualify for a new credit account, you will need to provide some personal details, such as the delivery address you want your items to be sent to. You may also need to provide some additional documents in order to verify your identity, such as a passport or bank statement. Once you have opened a new account and chosen a product, you will be able to have it sent directly to your door - ideal if you need the item promptly, or want to send it to a friend or family for an upcoming birthday. You will receive a monthly statement outlining your credit balance, the monthly repayment you will need to make, and other items you have purchased in the last billing period.

Paying for your tablet at a later date
Another popular credit option is Buy Now, Pay Later , where you will be able to purchase a tablet and then pay for the item in full at a late date, for example in three months, six months, or twelve months. Some companies will charge you no interest if you pay by the agreed date, and there are a number of ways you can pay for the item, including via the internet or by speaking to a member of staff over the phone. You will also be able to control your finances by logging into your online account on the company's website.

Best Tablets of 2014

In case you are looking for the top tablet PC’s of 2014, then this is the right place. Here you will get an overview of the best tablets to help you reach a good decision and ensure you are buying the right device.


iPad Air - the iPad Air comes under iPad 5. It is the latest tablet to be released by Apply and walks all over the iPad 4; it is lighter and thinner, but still has the same 9.7” screen panel. The Air feels the same as an iPad mini Retina but up-scaled. It also lacks the Slow-Mo movie and Touch ID finger print that is present in the iPhone 5S, however it key feature is its new weight – the 200g weight reduction is very significant and noticeable when handling.


Sony Xperia - This Android tablet has a great look and is well built. It’s amazingly thin and light for a 10 inch device, expandable storage, great screen, and incredible performance. The OS runs well and the camera is good. Actually, the only issue with the Xperia Z2 is that it occasionally lags when browsing, and its screen is poor under light exposure. But priced together with iPad Air this falls right at the top.


Google Nexus 10 - The 10.1 inch display is one of the major selling points for the Google Nexus 10. It has the highest tablet resolution on the planet. Its performance is great too. It’s fast and smooth to process no matter what it is acting on. Even though it lacks an expandable memory, Nexus 10 gives you quality, huge screen Android experienced and value for your money. It’s one of the best Android tablets on the market.


Microsoft Surface Pro 2 - Microsoft has improved this new Pro 2 in a couple of ways from the initial Surface Pro, with an updated Windows 8.1 OS, Intel processor, better battery life and 2 position kick stand. In terms of portability, the Microsoft Surface Pro will not be winning any awards; it is big and heavy, but if you are looking for a strong business tablet then Pro2 is one of your best options around.


Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7 - Sleeker, meaner and stronger than its successor, Amazon has stepped up the game with the HDX 7 as it try to keep up the pace with the Nexus 7. This device is better to its job with a straight 2.2GHz quad core processor, 2GB RAM, full-HD display, and up to 64GB storage. With Amazon’s highly modified Fire OS 3.0 it brings lots of functionality and places the retailers’ services up front and centre.