Shopping for Tablets with USB Ports | Standard Size Connections

So you want to use a mouse or a keyboard with your tablet? Shopping for tablets with USB ports is the answer. Imagine how much time you could save and how much more accurate it would be using a real keyboard versus poking at a tablet screen. The cool thing is, nearly any USB device will work. In fact, you could even use a flash drive or even a portable hard drive.

Get this, you can even connect a game controller to bring playing games on a tablet to a whole new level.

Nearly any USB devices will work because the necessary drivers are usually pre-installed. We’re talking Plug-and-Play.

Top 3 Windows USB Tablets.

Lowest Cost (Windows 8) – Winbook TW700

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Great Value (Win RT) – Microsoft Surface RT with Keyboard

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Top Performance (Win 10) – Microsoft Surface 3

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On this site, you will only find tablets with full-size USB Ports.

If you’ve been shopping for that perfect tablet with full-sized USB ports, surely you’ve noticed they’re hard to find. Don’t fret, we’ve rounded them up and reviewed them for you. Obviously, it’s important that it has a standard size port, but I’m sure other details are important as well. Whatever that second most important factor is for you, with our detailed reviews, you can quickly find the perfect USB tablet.

Trying to find a tablet with a standard USB port is frustrating.

The biggest challenge is trying to sort the mini-USB tablets from those with standard connections. If you’ve tried, you’ll know that it’s not as easy as it sounds. Often a picture showing the connection on the tablet is not available and product specifications are misleading.

Stop for a moment and picture a USB 2.0/3.0 port in your head. Got it?

Most likely you were you thinking of the large rectangular connector, right?

So the problem is that when reading the specs of a particular tablet online, it will

often only say it has a USB 2.0 or USB 3.0 port. Sound as if it has exactly what you’re looking for, right?

USB 2.0 or 3.0 is simply the speed, not the physical size.

So which size port are you getting when it just says USB 3.0? Sometimes you end up with a full size, more likely it’s a micro-USB. Reading the technical specs is supposed to accurately describe the product in detail. Come on tablet manufacturers, tell us what we’re getting!

When it comes to tablets, major decisions need to be made. We’re talking the OS, the number of full ports and the USB speed. You can go with an Android OS or Windows OS. With USB ports, you have USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 to choose from.