Apple’s iPad Pro is super powerful, so powerful in fact that it can be a main machine and more. For most people, the pro-level tablet is a small investment. Beyond a tablet, we explore 8 more ways to use the Apple iPad Pro. So, continue reading to make the most of your investment now.
With iPadOS, cursor and track pad support, it is now possible to use the iPad Pro as a laptop replacement. With the right keyboard and accessories, it can even be your main machine. Choose from one of these keyboards to add to the iPad Pro 11 and 12.9 (2018 or 2020 model) and make the […]
Beyond the fancy dual camera, LIDAR sensor and minor bump in CPU, here are the key differences between the latest iPad Pro 11-inch and 12.9-inch with previous 2018 iPad Pro 3rd generation models. If you are still holding on to a pre-2018 iPad Pro models, the 1st and 2nd generations, it may be time to […]
Apple launched the all new iPad Pro 12.9-inch and 11-inch in October 2018. The third generation iPad Pros now come with smaller footprint and is slimmer than previous generation. It also boast faster A12X Bionic chip, ultra narrow bezel, Liquid Retina display, Face ID and USB-C port. To complete the tablet, Apple also released the […]
Since the launch of Microsoft’s Surface Pro, there have been many clones but none of them come close to its build quality. HP intends to change that with the HP Envy x2. Incidentally, it is also the device that HP intends to showcase the Mobile PC platform.
Lenovo has been building Surface Pro alternatives in the shape of the Miix 300 series (320), Miix 500 series (510 and 520) and Miix 700 series (700 and 720). With the Miix 630. it’s selling the idea of an always connected and always on device.
Bigger 12-inch tablets or tablets with detachable keyboards that support stylus is a great tool for designers, creatives, students, businesses or simply your everyday user.
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.
From manufacturers like Apple, Samsung, Lenovo and Microsoft, we bring you some of the best Tablets with Stylus in the market right now. We got you covered from iOS to Android to Windows, all three major flavours of OS.
What if you can have a device that does it all, a singular device that can replace your desktop, laptop and tablet and yet weights no more than an ultrabook and has the same footprint as a notepad.
At first glance, the Transformer 3 Pro looks very much like the Surface Pro 4, those square edges, the kick stand and magnetic keyboard. But it does not only look the part, the 2-in-1 hybrid from ASUS means business.
The new Samsung Galaxy TabPro S is Samsung’s new premium Windows tablet that has both Apple’s iPad Pro and Microsoft’s Surface Pro in its sight but does it measure up to the competition.
Microsoft’s Surface 3 with its new generation Atom processor is taunt as an entry level tablet from the tech giant but how does it hold up with Toshiba’s super slim new dynaPad also powered by the new generation Atom process.
Microsoft’s flagship tablet, the Surface Pro 4 can only be matched by their first laptop the Surface Book until now. Ultra-portable 2-in-1 or powerful tablets with detachable keyboard and if you are lucky, with stylus thrown in are now able to go against the tablet.
You can trust the VAIO brand to deliver a marvel of form and function as legacy has it since its Sony days. VAIO does not disappoint with the superbly crafted Z Canvas.
Designed for those who appreciate beauty and performance as much as practicality, the new Spectre x2 brings this sleek, sandblasted aluminum design to life with a range of smart, innovative features.
An ultra portable 2-in-1 from ASUS is incredibly thin and light in a convertible tablet profile with detachable keyboard, what is not to like. The Transformer Book Chi T300 combines the power and performance of a laptop with the portability and convenience of a tablet.
The beautifully designed Toshiba DynaPad is finished in one of a kind Sandy Silver that makes it stand out from the competition that typically uses darker shades. Toshiba also claims that the DynaPad is the world’s thinnest and lightest 12-inch Windows tablet.