So many options are available today in tablets that it’s hard to know the best one to buy for a holiday gift.  If you haven’t gotten the details about which one your recipient wants, you may have to make the selection on your own.  Here is a guide to help you choose the best tablet to give as a gift this holiday season.

For Readers and Moms

Without a doubt, the Kindle Fire HD is designed for everyone, but it still keeps the book lover in mind.  Last year, the Kindle Fire was a mega success and the new version is even better than that one.  What’s even better about this one is that the price didn’t change.  With a high performance 1.2 Ghz dual-core processor, it runs fast and smooth.  It also features reduced glare with the high definition view for all of your favorite movies.

The Best Tablet to Buy for a Christmas Gift

The Kindle Paperwhite is also a great deal for those just looking for an e-reader.  It doesn’t tire out your eyes when you read for long periods and is less expensive than full tablets.

The Best Tablet for Kids

The Nabi 2 is the ideal choice in tablets for kids.  It provides a great learning experience while giving them rewards for mastering certain skills.  They can get new games, apps, music, and other rewards for passing levels.  The Nabi is the first full-featured tablet that is designed specifically for kids.  It has all of the features grownups love, only tailored for the younger generation.  They can stream music, watch TV, and store their photos to the cloud.

The Best Tablet to Buy for a Christmas Gift

The Best Tablet for Dads

The ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity is also a great choice for teens.  It has all of the great features of a tablet and can act as a notebook, too.

10.1 capacitive pressure-sensing multi touch screen

  • Front camera and rear 8 megapixel camera
  • High-speed quad core processor
  • Up to 9.5 hours of battery life
ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity

This is the perfect choice for anyone who wants a fast tablet and enjoys the latest gadgets.


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