May 26, 2014

Apple iPad, Samsung Galaxy or Amazon Kindle? Compare to find the right tablet for you and reduce your carbon footprint!

Enervee is making that decision easier by taking the most important factors and calculating a performance score for each tablet on the market.

Written by
Toby Welch

You know those people who are taking pictures using their tablets at concerts? Looks pretty funny, right? Speaking of tablets — check out our latest category! You can now compare the energy efficiency of tablets and find out what’s the best deal for you.

Tablets have become more common since they first became popular about 5 years ago. People enjoy their compact design that makes them easily portable, their battery life that allows for hours of entertainment, and their crisp screens that make watching movies on an airplane much more enjoyable. Today, many different brands are on the market and buyers can choose between a large variety of tablets — a decision that can be hard with all the different factors that have to be considered to find the right tablet for you.

Enervee is making that decision easier by taking the most important factors and calculating a performance score for each tablet on the market. The Performance score factors in processing power (processor and system memory in GHz and RAM), the screen (size in inches and pixel density in PPI) and the battery (operating wattage in W). That means that the Enervee Score tells you exactly how much tablet you get for your money — not only for the purchasing price, but also for the cost of running it.

By looking at the Enervee Score, you can choose a tablet that doesn’t only give you hours of battery life, big, crisp screen with a high resolution and great processing power, but a tablet that saves you money in the long run and reduces your carbon footprint. The difference that makes is huge and the numbers speak for themselves: If every tablet-buyer would choose the most energy efficient tablet, the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite 2GB, we would save a total of 554.4 Million tons of CO2 and almost $140 Million in energy cost — the equal amount of the electricity use of almost 70,000 homes! Worth it? We think yes!

Before buying a tablet, make sure you know what you want. Are you looking for very portable device with a smaller screen? Do you think you couldn’t live with a tablet that doesn’t have an apple on the back? Are you constantly on the road and need as much battery life as you can get? Once you’ve answered all those questions, go to Choose.enervee.com.

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