The Most Common Problems With Tablets

Tablets and common problems

A big reason why people use tablets is because they’re portable, light weight and make great e-readers as compared to laptops. If you’re constantly on the go, you’ll know the importance of a tablet. And you would not like to hurt your productivity if it stops working. We list down some of the most common problems that often arise in a tablet…

Battery Can Drain Faster
Once charged, your tablet can last up to 5-6 hours at a stretch but if you have the habit of leaving all the apps open, your tablet can drain superbly fast, way faster than a laptop. Make sure the backlight is dim, as backlight for the tablet’s large screen consumes maximum power. Not all tablets have a great battery life, so do some research before you buy one. We’d recommend Lenovo tablets like Yoga Tab 2, Yoga Tab 3 as well as the HP Elite X2 1011 and Google Pixel C that can last for more than 10 hours at a stretch.

Delicate Screen
Tablets have large screens that are delicate and easily prone to accidental damage. Even if you buy the best of cover, it might not be enough to protect the tablet screen if it accidently falls. What you need is a protection plan to cover your tablet when there’s a case of accidental damage. A damage protection plan does just that! It covers all the physical and liquid damage as well as cracked and shattered screens for an extra year after the expiry of the manufacturer’s warranty

Software Failure
This is a problem with most Android tablets after a year or two of buying the tablet. It either begins to hang more often, works really slow or the display starts acting funny. Software malfunction is a common complaint received by service centers when it comes to tablets. If the software gives you problems, you can imagine the amount of money you’ll need to spend on fixing it. A wise thing to do is to spend a little more on the right extended warranty plan at the time of buying the tablet. Extended warranty covers all the defects and malfunctions that is covered in the standard manufacturer’s warranty. As soon the warranty period ends, the extended warranty period begins. This way, your tablet is covered for an extra year.

Shorter Life Span
Tablets have a shorter lifespan as compared to laptops. They can perform well for up to two years, after which if the software is not updated, it may require constant repair. This is another reason why we recommend an extended warranty. The best thing about this plan is that it prolongs the life of your device by another year at a very low cost.  

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