The Battle of the Tablets: Who Will Come Out on Top?
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Nov 23, 2012

The Battle of the Tablets: Who Will Come Out on Top?

Purchasing a tablet can be a big decision, especially when deciding to purchase a well-known or a budget brand. Decision making factors between the Quadpad and the iPad include budget, performance and whether or not you want a windows or an iOS tablet.
Quadpad 12” Dual Core

The Quaduro Quadpad 3G Plus is a 12 inch tablet starting at a base price of £500. The tablet runs on Windows 7 or Windows 8 and features a fully functional touch screen. While not the most famous tablet maker on the planet, Quaduro has produced a fully functioning, high quality tablet with features and pricing to match any of a range of more popular devices.
The Qaururo Quadpad 3G Plus features a 250GB hard drive that can be upgraded up to 1TB. The system features an Intel Dual Core N570 1.66ghz processor with 2GB DDR Ram, built in WiFi and integrated 3G. With five hours of battery life, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows XP, Linux support and a multi SD card slot with 3 USB 2.0 port and VGA port, the Quadpad actually features more memory, storage and options than many competing tablets in its price range. The Quadpad features a 12.1” 1280 x 800 touchscreen laminating display for optimum definition and performance.
iPad Retina Display
The iPad Retina display features a 9.7” screen and starts at £399. The tablet features the latest iOS from Apple, a full retina display touch screen and exclusive access to the Apple App store. The iPad starts at 16GB of hard drive storage and goes up to 64GB, but also features some cloud storage options. With a 2048 x 1536 retina display screen, dual A6x chip with dual core graphics processor, 1080p video calling, 720p video recording and up to 5mp photos, the iPad includes high quality resolution and display that can’t be found elsewhere.
Quadpad vs. iPad
Choosing between the devices, the iPad offers higher quality display but less storage for roughly the same price (the Quadpad starts out at 250GB of space, while the iPad runs up to 64GB for £559, or £659 with 3G networking). The Quaduro is also larger and is more of a tablet computer than a true tablet, but is excellent for anyone looking for a larger device.
Ultimately, choosing between the Quaduro and the iPad depends on two things. How much do you want for your money, how big do you want the device to be, and how much storage do you need? If the answer is a bigger screen and bigger storage, then you should definitely go with the Quaduro Quadpad, otherwise, the iPad or other similar tablets are excellent choices.

Want to purchase a Quaduro tablet? Look online for the best options and prices.