The seven best tablets that you can buy
In a recent survey it was found out that people use tablets more often than their mobile. Also tablet users spent 90 minutes per day and an average of $34 for apps on their tablets. Most of them prefer a 10” screen size tablet for convenient and quality use. In fact great percentage of people use their tablets for reading e-books, browsing the web and playing pokies games. A new survey shows sales of tablet devices in grew 4 per cent year-on-year to 1.59 million units in the first half of last year.
The Telsyte Australian Media Tablet Market Study 2016-2020 shows higher end convertible tablet-notebook devices (including Apple’s iPad Pro, Microsoft’s Surface tablets and the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S) have seen growing adoption. The market is on track to record sales of 3.21 million units by the end of the year, as consumers start to replace ageing tablets and computers with newer, more functional touch screen devices.
The main tablets that people are prefer are from Apple followed by Samsung. Also Lenovo and Microsoft tablets are in demand too. Here find the seven best tablets that you can buy in 2018.
1. iPad Pro- 10.5-inch
Apple’s 2017 iPad Pros improve on already excellent drawing, video and photo capabilities, but its true potential is seen now after the release of iOS 11 it has great multi tasking features, offers a slew of new split-screen, app-managing and file-management tools that could make you feel more like working on a computer. This Apple iPad costs AU$979
2. Microsoft Surface Pro
Microsoft’s flagship Surface Pro gets an extremely conservative update, but better battery life keeps it the gold standard of Windows hybrid PCs. The Microsoft Surface Pro, starts at AU$1,199 for a Core m3 CPU, 4GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD. With the addition of the Pen and a basic black keyboard cover that comes out to $1,027, which frankly is a lot for a Core m3 laptop. The upgraded model has a new Core i7 CPU, 16GB of RAM and a big 512GB SSD, which comes out to AU$3,299 without the keyboard or Pen.
3. Apple iPad- 9.7-inch
Costing AU$618 this Apple’s iPad delivers faster performance and a brighter screen than the model it replaces, at a price that’s about half as much as the iPad Pro. Tight integration between the hardware, software and app store makes it easy to use.
The price, in fact, is the most exciting thing about this otherwise very familiar iPad. It starts at $329 for the 32GB Wi-Fi only model and goes up to $559 for 128GB of storage and 4G LTE cellular data.
Whether you’re enjoying photos, shopping or building a presentation, the vivid 9.7-inch Retina display has the detail and size to really bring them to life. The 64-bit A9 chip delivers performance that makes every app feel fast and fluid. Explore rich learning apps, play graphics-intensive games or even use two apps at once. All while enjoying up to 10 hours of battery life.
4. Google Pixel C
The Google Pixel C has a slim, compact aluminum build that feels sturdy. Its optional Bluetooth keyboard is equally solid and doubles as the tablet’s cover and it has a powerful, long-running battery. The tablet runs the latest version of Android and its performance is lightning fast. The screen is sharp, bright and colorful, and gaming graphics look stellar. This 10.2 inches tablet is available now at Google’s Store starting at $500 with 32GB of onboard storage. There’s also a 64GB AU$835. The optional keyboard is also available at Google and costs AU$205.
5. Samsung Galaxy Tab S3
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is an elegantly designed tablet that comes with a capable stylus. It has a stunning AMOLED screen, fingerprint sensor for extra security and satisfyingly loud quad speakers. It’s also the first HDR-ready tablet. It’s a stylish, all-glass tablet with an impressively crisp and vibrant screen and four speakers, making it an excellent portable movie theater. It’s also the first HDR-ready tablet, (HDR stands for high dynamic range, which means a spectacular, noticeable difference in contrast and color range in comparison to regular HD.)
The addition of the S-Pen adds a dash of productivity and creativity to a device that’s otherwise best used for leisurely activities. The tablet costs AU$790 full of available and compatible HDR content, where one can play pokies games like in high-end tablet. The sold-separately keyboard case AU$170 is an underwhelming performer. Though it costs the same amount as the Apple iPad Pro 9.7 and Google Pixel C, it’s not at the front of the pack in performance.
6. Samsung Galaxy Book
The Samsung Galaxy Book has an excellent screen, strong performance and long battery life. For a 12-inch tablet, it’s compact. A keyboard cover and stylus are both included. With a stunning 12-inch Super AMOLED display, Intel’s latest processors and detachable keyboard cover with stylus. The base 12-inch model converts to roughly AU$1,900.
7. Huawei MediaPad M3
The Huawei MediaPad M3 has a stylish and sturdy aluminum design. The HD screen is sharp and the fingerprint sensor is fast. It has dual Harman-Kardon speakers that are crazy-loud.
The stylish, aluminum-clad tablet bears a striking resemblance to the iPad Mini 4 in design, and its performance is just as powerful, however the Huawei tablet has better speakers and cheaper pricing — for both Wi-Fi only and LTE models. With 8.4 inch screen having Android 6.0 Marshmallow and Huawei HiSilicon Kirin octa-core processor, 32GB, 64GB internal storage, 4GB RAM with Nano-SIM card slot and MicroSD card slot, with up to 128GB card support the tablet performance is as graceful as its design and is one of the fastest Android tablets for pokies gaming.
Now whatever may be the reason you wish to have a tablet you can choose among these seven best according to your budgets to either play pokies or casino games, get to read e books, or take them for meetings or make an official presentation, it’s just cool to have a tablet, right.