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Asus Tablets and eReaders

Take control of your digital life with an Asus tablet. A good tablet refines your computing experience by focusing on the most important feature: the screen. Available with both Windows and Android operating systems, they are a great way to consume content in all its forms, from movies to comics. More flexible than an eReader, tablets provide access to more books and also feature a gorgeous full-colour screen.

Transform the Experience

For the benefits of both a tablet and a laptop, try an Asus Transformer. These innovative tablets come with a detachable keyboard so you don't have to switch between devices when you want to create or consume content. The keyboard is great for getting work done, but when you detach it, you can flip the orientation to portrait to get the whole PDF on screen at once.

All About Storage

After screen size, the next thing to consider is storage. An ASUS16 GB tablet is a great introductory size, with lots of room for eBooks and other documents. Heavier users, or people who like to store lots of music and movies on their devices might want to move up to an ASUS 32 GB tablet so they will have more room for their favourites.

Screen Size

The most noticeable feature of any tablet is the size of the screen. For many people a 7-inch class screen, with a diagonal measurement of about 18 centimetres is perfect. It's large enough to get plenty of content on the screen but small enough to be portable. The larger 10.1-inch models feature a screen about 25 centimetres across, giving you more room to work or a larger view of your movie.

Tablet Accessories

Don't forget the accessories. With all that screen, you want a case or cover for your tablet. Microfibre cloths are also useful for cleaning because nobody likes looking at scratched glass. Try a set of headphones, that way you can enjoy your content without sharing it with everyone around you. A second charger helps if you're going to be spending time out but near a power point.

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