One of the UK’s most well known electronic retail brands; Currys have a large number of superstores all over the country. Operating in nearly thirty countries across the world and employing 36,500 staff, Currys have the buying power to pass significant savings on to their customers. Whether you are looking for a new Sat Nav system, a washing machine or researching the latest with tablet computing, it is probable that Currys will have the right product for you at a price that suits your budget.
In recent years, the rise of tablet computing has left many consumers behind. If you are thinking about switching from your desktop PC or laptop to a tablet, check out the wide range of options available with a specialist retailer, such as Currys.
A popular entry level tablet sold by Currys is Blackberry’s PlayBook which has a neat seven inch screen. The internet enabled tablet is almost impossibly thin with only 10 mm between the front and the back. It affords an unprecedented level of security, clever multi-tasking operation and the powerful QNX based operating system gives seamless connectivity. In terms of hardware, the PlayBook is an impressive bit of kit. It boasts stereo audio playback from built in speakers and it has rear facing high definition cameras. The Playbook will connect to any WiFi hotspots via its integrated wireless technology and it is Bluetooth enabled, allowing you to access files and emails, via the internet, in a variety of ways.
An entertainment focused tablet available from Currys is the Asus Google Nexus. Another seven inch tablet, the Assus has 32 gigabytes of memory available. This tablet has a smart appearance and is installed with the latest Android Jelly Bean operating system, which is designed to create a tailor made Google experience. With a GeForce graphics card, affording 12 core graphics processing, the visual display rivals many a highly specified PC. The Asus’ multi-touch screen is scratch resistant and looks great in different light conditions and from a wide variety of viewing angles.
Samsung offer a good range of tablets designed for most budgets. A popular tablet made by Samsung is their Galaxy Note 10.1 inch model. Enjoying 153 pixels per inch on the display, the Galaxy boasts a powerful Exynos 1.4 gigahertz quad core processor and an Android 4.0 operating system. Ideal for creative people, the tablet comes with a versatile S-Pen which makes for an innovative way of drawing, sketching or simply making notes.
One more excellent entry level tablet, ideal for beginners, is the Disgo Busbi 4 gigabyte model. Another with a seven inch screen, the Busbi is ideal for web browsing on the go. Loaded with a 1.0 gigahertz Cortex A8 ARM processor, it also boasts 512 megabytes of DDR3 memory. If your tablet needs extend only to some common websites, like Twitter and Facebook, this small but powerful model may be enough for all your needs and more.
If you are still not sure about the right sort of tablet for you, why not check out the range of tablets at currys.co.uk or call in to a store and ask one of the staff?