Best Tablet For Lawyers 2015?

The Google Nexus 7 is often a great value tablet for lawyers, however it’s got some limitations that may be overlooked by the most aggressive of users.

It runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean which is an extremely easy to use system and is also relatively bug free with little in the way of bloatware installed. It’s not quite as snappy as other devices such as the iPad Air, but this isn’t necessarily a limitation when you consider how inexpensive it can be. The 8GB version costs about $200 while the 16GB model goes for around $275 at many retailers including Amazon online marketplace and Best Buy stores both in brick-and-mortar locations or through its app (see below).

If you decide to go with one of these options make sure you get a case and screen protector: glass scratches easily especially if dropped while electronic tablets are more fragile than laptops so take care when handling them or placing them down on hard surfaces; never place them face down because they might break even though their screens don’t shatter like phones do; always try not to bend metal parts inside your device since they weaken over time; protect your battery from overheating by placing it into an anti-theft sleeve or pouch if possible; store your device in areas where things will stay dry such as underneath furniture where liquids won’t leak onto your gadget during heavy rain storms etc.; avoid keeping it near water which could damage components

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