Category: Tablets

Tablets

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Gen 2

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Tablet Gen 2 Here is what you get with the Lenovo ThinkPad X1. “The Lenovo’ThinkPad X1 Tablet is a workhorse 2-in-1, but it’s expensive.” Solid productivity performance Excellent detachable keyboard Unique expansion options Fanless design Strong build quality test for MIL-SPEC 810G Not as sleek as Surface Pro Can get hot when […]

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tablets and 2-in-1s to buy

The best tablets around today are listed below. While the iPad looms large over this category, there’s actually still plenty of choice in tablets. The iPad is incredibly expensive but there are other great options The review will cover all operating systems and all sizes. Plus some 2-in-1 devices that are basically Windows PCs, but have a detachable […]

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Amazon Fire 7 (2019)

Verdict Why choose an Amazon Fire? If you’re a Prime subscriber who wants a cheap way to access that goodness, this is a good choice. If you care even slightly about display or performance, however, pay a little more and get the Fire HD 8. Pros Very very cheap Great Prime integration Durable body Cons […]

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Amazon Fire 7 (2019) Review

Amazon Fire 7 (2019) The Amazon Fire & is a compact tablet. However Amazon has actually announced an upgrade of the Amazon Fire HD 10. It deserves a look if you want like a bigger tablet. Amazon set the budget tablet market alight when it released the original Fire 7 tablet for $50 in 2015. […]

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Apple iPad 10.2-inch review:

Apple iPad 10.2-inch review: iPadOS makes this a winner “The iPad with iPadOS is a great 2-in-1 at a great price.” Good performance iPadOS greatly improves productivity Solid battery life Large screen 100% recycled aluminum enclosure Same design, same 32GB base storage Smart Keyboard is expensive There are two changes of note in the latest […]

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 review

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 review: Finally, a good Android 2-in-1 Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S6 can replace your laptop, if you can live with some quirks and if you don’t rely on specific desktop applications to get your work done. Those are some big caveats when you’re looking at spending close to $830 (with the keyboard […]

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