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This tablet has you covered in terms of basic functionality. You can browse the web, read books and articles, and listen to music and audiobooks. It also comes equipped with Amazon's virtual assistant - Alexa. You can ask her to set an alarm, check the weather, jot down a shopping list, and so on. See More
The Fire 7 is only around $50, but in terms of build quality and performance, it is easily comparable with $200+ tablets. The chassis is durable, and it will easily survive a fall to the ground. Apps load fairly quickly; streaming videos and playing games, for the most part, works very well, although it does occasionally feel sluggish. See More
While not native to Andoid (yet - it's coming with Android N which is expected this fall), the Tab S2 supports for limited multitasking. You are limited to about 20 apps but Chrome, YouTube, and other applications are supported. Multitasking performance suffers a bit, but at least the option is there. See More
The Tab S2 has Samsung's own Exynos 5433 processor, which has 2 quad core processors inside (one high power, one low power). Only one processor set runs at once, however when performance isn't needed the low power set will kick in instead of the high power set saving battery. In GeekBench 3, the Tab S2 scored 4175, which is shy of the iPad Air 2's 4547 score but solidifies it's position ahead of the Dell Venue 10 7000 (2900) and Microsoft Surface 3 (3531). See More