Is it worth paying for an iPad Air 10.5 given that the entry level iPad now has a 10.2-inch display? Would you buy the cheaper regular iPad or the more powerful and slimmer iPad Air with a slightly bigger 10.5-inch display? Make the right buying decision after reading our post below.
After the iPad Air 2, new iPads with 9.7 inch screen launched in 2017 were simply known as the iPad. iPads with bigger screens however, such as the 10.5 inch and the 12.9 inch with Apple Pencil support were introduced as iPad Pro’s.
Not only is Huawei moving up in the world of telecommunications and smartphones, it is not far behind in the fields of portable computing by that I mean the laptops and tablets. The company has repeatedly impressed up the hearts and minds of gadgeteers with their offerings. The MediaPad M5 tablets are no exception.
The new Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.5-inch 2018 a step up from the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1-inch. Not only does it come with a bigger display, it has a faster processor, more memory, better front facing camera, bigger expandable storage support via microSD and better battery life.
5 Best Ultra Low Budget Mobile Devices in Every Category: Laptop, Tablet, Chromebook, Hybrid & 2-in-1
If budget plays a big role in your decision for your next mobile device or you have to work within a constraint, here are your top 5 ultra low budget options, one in each category be it laptop, tablet, Chromebook, hybrid or 2-in-1.
As 2017 is coming to a close, we take a look at 5 of the best 10-inch tablets to go into 2018 with a bang.
These new generation tablets show plenty of promise especially when they support multi level sensitivity stylus like those on the Apple Pencil. The tablets themselves come with a plethora of apps that support the stylus.
The stylus is back with a vengeance. While the pen input have been around for as long as we can remember it wasn’t until Microsoft decided to build their own tablet, the Surface Pro, that the stylus had a reboot.
Full size tablets are now more affordable than ever and we don’t mean cheap knock-offs or tablets from the far east manufacturers with questionable quality. These solid yet cheap and affordable tablets are from big players such as ASUS, Lenovo, Samsung, Huawei and Amazon.
The 10-inch tablets are here to stay. You may be tempted to get a mini tablet, 8-inch, 7-inch or even smaller, but 10-inch is the go-to size perfect for entertainment, on-screen typing and all round better user experience.
Don’t be fooled by its normal exterior and unassuming slate look, there is a lot of fire power underneath the hood with this tablet. The quad core processor, double memory at 2GB, high resolution front and rear cameras and most importantly the Full HD display with 1920 x 1200 pixels resolution, the highest in our list. The Lenovo TAB […]
The LG G Pad 10.1 (v700) tablet features My Launch Pad, the tablet that is aimed at making your life simple, with multitasking, expansive 10.1-inch IPS display, long lasting 8000mAh battery, seamless connectivity with Q pair 2.0 and Knock Code for security and instant access.
Just like the smartphone market, Samsung tries to cover all market segments and the Samsung Galaxy Tab A is one for the entry level.
Not only do we want affordable tablets but reliable ones too. Here are 10 such tablets that fit the bill. These are tablets from reputable names such as Samsung, Lenovo, Amazon and Huawei.