1. Aziel Oropeza's Avatar
    Looking for a tablet between the price range of $200-300,but absolute max is $350. Mainly would be used for gaming such as Real Racing 3, CSR Racing, N64 Emulator, etc. Looked at the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 16GB but wanted to see if there's anything better

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    01-18-2015 01:07 PM
  2. B. Diddy's Avatar
    NVIDIA Shield Tablet is a good choice--it's built for gaming. http://www.amazon.com/NVIDIA-940-817...cUvbUpU4186166

    You can get a refurbished Tab Pro 8.4 (which is much more powerful than the Tab 4) for $209 at Groupon Goods: http://www.groupon.com/deals/gg-sams...laxy-tab-pro-4

    Or a brand new 16 GB 2013 Nexus 7 for $149: http://www.groupon.com/deals/gg-asus...android-tablet
    01-18-2015 08:04 PM
  3. Jack0815's Avatar
    I think at least the size would be a good additional info for us to give you an advice. The Samsung is a 10 inch ... I can only double the advice from Diddy. I had a Nexus 7 for more than a year and everything went quite smooth (at least everything available at that time). In the 10"+ region the market is not as big.
    Should it also fit very nice in your hands or will you prefer using a controller anyway? I was always have an eye on lenovo´s tablets because of their nice design including a stand. The yoga 2 is quite expensive, but maybe the first version is available at your price tag.
    If gaming is really the only reason ... go for a shield ...
    01-19-2015 08:59 AM
  4. Aziel Oropeza's Avatar
    I think at least the size would be a good additional info for us to give you an advice. The Samsung is a 10 inch ... I can only double the advice from Diddy. I had a Nexus 7 for more than a year and everything went quite smooth (at least everything available at that time). In the 10"+ region the market is not as big.
    Should it also fit very nice in your hands or will you prefer using a controller anyway? I was always have an eye on lenovo´s tablets because of their nice design including a stand. The yoga 2 is quite expensive, but maybe the first version is available at your price tag.
    If gaming is really the only reason ... go for a shield ...
    It's not always for gaming since I may use it for music, a few social apps, and youtube, but it's main use would be gaming. Screen size doesn't really bother me but I would like to be in the 8 in. to maybe 10 in. I would like to to fit well in my hand but that's not too big of a deal because I use a controller, and Im not a on the go person so the tablet would mainly be on a desk or on my lap

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    01-19-2015 10:28 AM
  5. Jack0815's Avatar
    Hi Aziel,
    of course, price and performance are highly correlated. If you look at this comparison here, The fastest Android gaming tablets - CNET , the shield is the only one within your price range. I would stick with this advice if should be a new one. Otherwise, look if you can get one of the others used. Gaming is definitely the most demanding task for a tablet. So if it has great performance there, everything else (social stuff, surfing ...) should be no problem.
    Kind Regards
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    01-22-2015 01:08 AM

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