Need a tablet with more storage? Why not look for one that has expandable storage? Manufacturers are starting to realize that tablet consumers want more space, and that's why some of the top tablets on the market now come with expandable storage options. But, which one is the right one for you? Here's a breakdown of the best tablets with expandable storage available.
Asus Transformer Pad Infinity
Asus has really been making some great products, and the Infinity tablet is no exception to this rule. This tablet comes with Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean,a Tegra 3 CPU, 10-inches of screen, and a 1,920x1,200 resolution. All of this is packed into a really thin and light design that still impresses.
Sure, the Transformer Infinity has an outdated CPU, but this tablet also comes with plenty of expandable storage options (up to 64GB). It's also a lightweight tablet making it ideal for travel of any kind.
Sony Xperia Tablet Z
Sony makes this list with the Tablet Z, which is capable of being expanded up to 64GB. The Tablet Z also comes with one of the best gaming performances on the tablet market, a microSD slot, and a screen that has 1,920x1,200-piexel resolution. Sony's Tablet Z has impressed across the board for good reason - this tablet really stands out.
Microsoft Surface RT
Microsoft enters the expandable storage tablet game with the 10.6-inch Surface RT. This tablet comes with Microsoft's menu system, a USB port, a screen that impresses with excellent resolution, and can be expanded up to 64GB.
Notice that anything is missing from this list? You won't see an iPad on the expandable tablet storage list. Why? Apple's iPad doesn't come with any extra amounts of storage. Another company that doesn't make it on this list is Google's Nexus. Google doesn't include any expandable storage options either.
Neither Apple or Google feel as though expandable storage is necessary with the iPad or Nexus, which is why these two tablets aren't on this list. But, not all the tablets on this list are superior to the Nexus or iPad either.
The Surface RT, for example, uses up a ton of internal memory, so that external expansion is more of a necessity and less of an option, really. For the most part, though, the tablets listed here are worth your money if you need extra storage. Who needs the extra space?
Why Extra Storage?
Simply put: extra storage means more fun. More photos, more videos, more stuff. That's what you'll get out of these extra storage options. Do you need the additional storage? Not if you just use a tablet casually, but, still, it's nice to have the option, right?
The tablets on this list are also priced competitively, so you don't have to worry about breaking the bank. Ready for a tablet that comes with extra storage? Check out one of the tablets listed here to find a device that includes plenty of available space - even if you do have to add it on!