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(PRWEB) October 31, 2012

With the exponential growth of the Tablet PC marketplace comes a huge range of feature rich tablet PCs with a range of prices and operating systems. Even companies not traditionally associated with hardware or laptop manufactures are recognising the trend and driving to carve out a slice of the market by releasing an own brand tablet.

This growth in turn introduces more complexity for the consumer when making a buying decision. Cheap Laptops Centre is proud to provide a free facility that offers the ability to filter the huge range of laptops by price, by brand and also specification to assist users in this area.

The website lists the latest tablet PCs including the Apple new iPad 3 and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2. The price slider is an easy method to initially reduce the tablets to a manageable number. The brand or specification options can then be specified to finally view individual items and the associated pricing from various retailers.

Whilst the iPad undoubtedly reigns supreme, it is facing significant competition from the cheap Samsung tablets in the Galaxy Tab range. Amazon and Google, not normally associated with PC manufacture, have also released devices namely Kindle Fire and Google Nexus 7. Other tablet PCs featured on the company website include HP, HTC, Lenovo, Sony and Acer tablets with prices from only $160 offering an excellent range of tablets to choose from.

Apps or Applications for tablets are available from a range of specialist online stores. When questioned, the company stated it doesn’t have any plans to enter this growing market although it may look to introduce an App price comparison facility if the number of retailers selling these significantly increases.

Cheap Laptop Centre compares the latest laptops and tablets available from leading UK on-line retailers to help source deals for. The price comparison facility is not the only feature; there are also tips and user guides available for users requiring more advice or information before committing to a purchase.

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