You’ve read about the benefits of communicating on the move. You know that tablets are now business ready and that you don’t need to worry about managing them on your network. But the rapid growth of the tablet market means there are hundreds of models available. How do you choose the right one for your business?

Here are two of our favourites: Samsung Galaxy Note and Samsung Galaxy Tab 2. They both have high resolution 10.1” screens, front and rear cameras, and run Android OS, one of the most popular mobile operating systems.

Choosing an Android tablet means you’ll have access to the huge range of apps available through the Google Play store, truly innovative hardware and software like the built-in functionality of AllShare Play enabling you to share content between a wide range of compatible devices including phones, computers, laptops and TVs.

The Samsung Galaxy Note stands out from other tablets with an innovative S-Pen, which feels like a pen on paper. Whether you use it to write, draw or design, you can be as precise as you like. It’s perfect for creatives. And technical roles. For example, field-based staff can take photos of problems and further annotate to remove all elements of ambiguity before sending them directly to other remote engineers or directly back to head office.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 doesn’t have a pencil or drawing interface like the Note, but it’s still slim and lightweight and perfect for working on the go. It has a powerful processor and plenty of storage space, with 16GB of memory. It’s ideal for meetings, presentations and sales pitches. Polaris Office comes preinstalled, which allows you to view and amend Microsoft documents and manage you busy business life from anywhere you need to make your office.

If you’re a small business, there’s never been a better time to invest in tablets.

We’re currently offering savings on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1) and Samsung Galaxy Note. Find out more here:

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