ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity TF700
If you can afford a high end tablet for playing adventure, strategy and other types of game on, this ASUS is a good pick. It has a quad-core 1.6GHz Tegra processor to ensure smooth play, and a 10.1-inch HD screen, with excellent resolution, so the games all look great. There is nothing you really need to do to get the most out of it, because it’s all already there for you.
Google Nexus 7
This is one of the best mid-priced tablets around when it comes to the visuals thanks to really impressive resolution levels of 1920 x1200 and high frame levels for games. Thus, the way to get the best out of the Nexus 7 is to focus on games with high quality, detailed graphics as anything – either a 2D or a 3D game – looks amazing played on it.
Apple iPad Air
Like Apple’s smartphones, this tablet doesn’t lead the field in display size (9.7 inches) or resolution levels, but you can get the most out of it by focusing on other things. For one, the long-life 8820 mAh battery on the iPad Air makes it perfect for anything from playing RPGs, to simple games like poker at an online casino such as JackpotCity or any other game that requires a long-lasting device. You can also revel in the amazing range of games at the App Store.
EVGA Tegra Note 7
The budget EVGA Tegra Note 7 has lower resolution than the others on this list, at 1280 x 800, but compensates with high frame rates and low price tag. You won’t get the best out of it if you focus on graphic heavy games (some online casino or arcade ones) but it does offer 16GB of expandable storage space and a powerful 1.8GHz quad-core processor, so it makes sense to focus on games like slots or Angry Birds instead.
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