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First time buying a tablet - need advice.

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title says it all; I'd like to buy a tablet, but I'm not really sure what would be a good fit for me.

Here's what I know so far:

-My main use for this is mostly just browsing the internet from different locations in my apartment (as opposed to always sitting at my PC).

-I do need to be able to connect in some form or fashion to my current PC to transfer some files (adobe documents and some accompanying MP3 files).

-I likely would want some form of video streaming on it.

-I do need it to be able to handle flash and other adobe products.

-I do need it to have a 10 inch screen.

I apologize if this is somewhat vague. I've never had a tablet or smartphone before, and I find my PC meets most of my needs. I just would like a bit more flexibility for when I'm browsing the internet.

Edited by jtg22, 11 January 2014 - 06:24 PM.

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According to my experience.. as for where a tablets concerned, the apple ipad air is the best. Its light, its superb for being user friendly, its regularly updated and has the option of having your SIM and wifi etc. its a bit pricey compared to the rest but the package overall makes it worth it.. if you cant beat em.. join em.
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