Android has been doing very well on the Smartphone front. Although when it was introduced some years back it was not seen as a threat by many of the established players in this industry at that time. However, fast-forward to today and you have an entirely different story. According to recent estimate made by IDC; a research firm Android currently controls as much as 75% of the global Smartphone market. That is significant since this all happened within a period of 4-5 years.
Android foray into tablets
In spite of Android success with Smartphone’s, its adoption as far as the tablet market is concerned has been in a word slow. The reason for this has ranged from the absence of good quality tablet applications to high prices. However, with the successful release of the Nexus 7 in 2012 things have changed as this mini tablet has sold approximately 3 million units as at October, 2012. And, with this figure the Nexus 7 is believed to have outsold competitors like Apple’s iPad Mini, Barnes & Noble’s NooK Tablet as well as Amazon’s Kindle Fire.
Already the follow-up to this Google tablet-computer that is the Nexus 10 is already generating a lot of excitement. It was immediately sold out after being made available on November 13, 2012. Now some of the features of the Nexus 10 include: a 10.1-inch, 2560 x 1600 pixel display (the highest resolution for a tablet display in the world as at 2012), Android version 4.2 (aka Jelly Bean) among others.
Tablets for MBA students
Now for the MBA student Android tablet including its apps offer wonderful benefits. With it they can download different education apps, which they can use for their studies. These applications include diverse offerings from math to reading games or even a readily available dictionary. And, they offer a great means through which any student can expand his/her learning experience by watching relevant videos or researching right there at his/her desk.
Experience superb learning on Android Tablets
With Android e-readers an MBA student no longer needs bulky books since there are PDF, soft or online versions of these books that can be downloaded and read on this device. Also, the reader can be easily used for class assignments as well as in the case of projects, which can be completed early. Today with the advent of modern technology the classroom environment has been greatly simplified and an MBA student can very well manage his/her timetable and other school routine using this hand-held device.
You see the Android tablet is flexible and will allow you to quickly examine various graduate as well as undergraduate lectures that are available on different subjects. With it you can read papers, e-books, journals via your school or local library. Purchasing any of the Android tablets is a much smarter choice for students. For one based on the view of experts it offers real value for your money and even so much more.
Also, this device provides many ways for tracking down articles, reading materials, etc. helping you gather knowledge, certainly a useful feature for an MBA hopeful. With it the downloading process is faster. It is the same thing when it comes to online connectivity as this is done speedily as well as with ease.
Finally, yes if you an MBA student and have an Android tablet you can see how useful this can be in helping out with your studies. And, if you haven’t got one yet, but considering to get. Do yourself a favor by at least checking out the Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 Android tablets. You will be certainly glad you did.
Author Bio: Michael Clark is an admission consultant at his own company. His company provides consultancy for higher education. Recently a student approached him for Ivy MBA consulting.