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.
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.
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.
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.