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One may decide to go for a more expensive, more premium option capable of better performance, but for the vast majority of users, this Asus tablet is more than enough. Its processing power comes from a 1.8 GHz Qualcomm MSM8956 S650 Hexa Core and 4GB LPDDR3 RAM. When it comes to graphics, it has an Adreno 510 GPU. See More
This Asus tablet offers amazing value. It’s not the most powerful or more premium option on the market, but it’s definitely one the tablets with a more balanced mix of features, power and price. What if offers to users for under $300 is definitely more than enough for most needs. See More
The Asus ZenPad 3S 10 is ideal for working on the go, even while commuting or traveling. Its 7800 mAh battery lasts for 16 hours on a full charge, which is more than enough for a workday. When it comes to its size and weight, it’s quite portable, despite not being the most compact (242 x 164 x 5.8 mm) or light (490g) option of its generation. See More
This tablet’s 9.7 inches screen is really good and capable of high-quality, clear images with striking, bright colors. It has an IPS panel with a 2K resolution of 2048 x 1536. It uses Asus’ VisualMaster and Tru2Life+ technologies: the first one optimizes the display’s configuration according to the content being displayed, and the second one assures vivid colours and high contrast levels. It counts with 178º viewing angles to ensure a precise images from any position. See More
The iPad Mini 4 is a great smaller-sized tablet, but may unfortunately be the last of the Mini series. See More
This iPad's battery lasts quite long, especially when compared to previous iPad mini versions. It can sustain up to 10 hours of internet browsing, video watching videos or music listening, due to its 19.1 watt-hour rechargeable lithium-polymer battery. See More
The Apple Pen, its big high-resolution display and the computing power (due to the A10X Fusion chip) that makes it all work fluidly and with no hiccups, even when displaying and processing demanding graphics, all combine to make this tablet a serious and reliable professional tool. See More
Actually, I am using an IPad Pro and keyboard for it to type this and it is very fast and keeps up with my typing. It is perfect, even without the Apple Pencil, which is already too much. I would recommend the Apple Pencil with this IPad, but the price of the Pencil doesn’t quite match a reasonable price. It can be very expensive, but if you get the one without the cellular data (free WiFi everywhere), it is still very easy to connect to a WiFi network, once you are at your home or a “free WiFi” place. I am not going with the other reasons recommended because I am not a professional for anything or a creative graphical worker, but I love this new IPad no matter what it is originally for. Yes, I do have a tablet too and if you want something way less expensive, but still pretty great working, I can recommend a less newer version, the “Samsung Galaxy Tab 3.” See More
This iPad can be used with the Apple Pencil (sold separately for $99), a digital stylus that can be used to navigate, hand write or draw. It's a very precise and fast device and extremely convenient for designers or illustrators. It's also pressure sensitive and very comfortable to manipulate. See More
It is easy to connect to, which makes it harder to be affected by low connection, unless if you are using one of those apps that may be glitchy. Though, I said this differently than others because you don’t have to use the Apple Pencil, if you are up for it, and you don’t have to be a professional for something with a lot of work to be wanting to buy this IPad. The price may deceive people, but it expensive for a reason! It is there for being able to be compatible with basically whatever you do or use, like a keyboard too. See More
Samsung's tablets tend to run outdated software and come with bloatware (Flipboard, Microsoft Office) See More
While the Galaxy Tab S3 is not as powerful as a typical laptop with comparable price, it has decent specs, a keyboard (sold separately), and a stylus that make it a quite capable workstation. Of course, it won't be able to replace your normal computer completely, but it will suffice to get some work done in a coffee shop. See More
The Galaxy Tab S3 has one of the best displays on the market. It's a Super AMOLED screen with a high resolution - 2048 x 1536, that provides a very sharp image even in direct sunlight and works great for watching videos, gaming, and reading. The HDR technology makes it great for watching films because you can see every small detail, even if the action happens in the dark. See More
The Lenovo Tab 4 is ideal for users that don’t need a very powerful or performant tablet, but rather a solution that works well for most daily tasks, like internet browsing, watching TV shows or movies, or undemanding gaming. Its technical features, such as the 1280 x 800 display or the Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 processor with 2GB of RAM, guarantee that it handles this type of task very well, even while multitasking or running applications in the background. See More
The Fire 7 is only around $50, but in terms of build quality and performance, it is easily comparable with $200+ tablets. The chassis is durable, and it will easily survive a fall to the ground. Apps load fairly quickly; streaming videos and playing games, for the most part, works very well, although it does occasionally feel sluggish. See More
This tablet has you covered in terms of basic functionality. You can browse the web, read books and articles, and listen to music and audiobooks. It also comes equipped with Amazon's virtual assistant - Alexa. You can ask her to set an alarm, check the weather, jot down a shopping list, and so on. See More
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