There are many things to consider when purchasing a tablet, such as screen size, display quality, processor and so on, but no one likes a device with a skimpy battery that dies after a few short hours of use.
Remember that at some point I told you that, based on a variety of tests, the Lenovo Yoga 8 was the tablet capable of sustaining the longest battery life, not the iPad Air like most would have expected.
But a new survey conducted by Which? measuring the battery life of tablets while being used during Internet-related activities and video-watching, showed quite different results. You should note that the Lenovo Yoga 8 wasn’t included among the tablets being tested.
This time the iPad Air managed to last longer in both scenarios. But from all the Android tablets, which included the Amazon’s Kindle Fire HDX 8.9, Google Nexus 7 (2013), Tesco Hudl, Amazon Kindle Fire HD and Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014) Edition, the Kindle HDX proved to last longer in the video tests, with 669 minutes (compared to the iPad’s 777).
As for internet use, the Tesco Hudl seems to be the best alternatives with 534 minutes of use. That’s not bad for a budget slate, considering the iPad Air scored 658 minutes.