Category: Tablets

Dragon Touch Max10 Android Tablet Review – Adequate for light usage & little competition at this price

After not reviewing a tablet for years, this is the third in the past few months. The Android tablet market is not the best, most companies appear to have abandoned the concept of tablets. This has left Samsung and Huawei fighting it out. Samsung is the way to go if you want a high-end device, but if you want something more mid-range, if not affordable, then I can thoroughly recommend the Huawei MatePad 10.4. However, if the MatePad is too pricey for you, then you will need to look at some of the lesser-known names you find on Amazon....

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5 Awesome Features You Probably Didn’t Know Your iPad Had

What do you use your iPad for? Playing games and watching movies? There is so much more you can do with it. Apart from having a great display and smooth user interface, iPads also have innovative features to make your daily activities easier and more all the more fun. Use gesture tricks There are more gesture controls on the iPad than you know. Here are some really useful ones: Switch between apps by swiping up from the long white bar at the bottom of the screen on iPad Pro. For other models, tap the Home button twice.On any image...

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Huawei MatePad 10.4 Review – The best affordable Android tablet (even without Google) – Currently just £199.99

The MatePad is the latest mid-range tablet from Huawei, providing a more wallet-friendly experience to the MatePad Pro which costs almost double. Similar to other recent Huawei releases, this no longer features any services by Google. Instead, you rely on Huawei Mobile Services. While I have found this can be problematic at times on a phone, I feel it is less so here. Due to a lack of competition, this is also likely your best bet for a tablet around £250. I have reviewed this based on the RRP of £229.99 but as I post this, it is just...

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Apple iPad Pro 2020 vs iPad Pro 2018 Compared – What has changed?

The Apple iPad Pro is arguably one of the best ultraportables on the market, bridging the gap between tablet and laptop offering all the small, lightweight long battery life benefits a tablet has, while having the performance and productivity features of a laptop. Apple are taking this further with the latest 2020 edition of the iPad Pro, and even though I am not an Apple user at all, I kinda want one, though technically, the best upgrade (for me) is OS based. The 4th Generation iPad Pro introduces multiple improvements over the past generation with highlights including: Trackpad support...

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Huawei MatePad Pro 5G is a rare flagship grade Android tablet to compete with Samsung Galaxy Tab S6

Guess how many flagship spec Android tablets there are? Until today, just one, the Samsung Samsung Galaxy Tab S6. In fact, barely any brand other than Huawei and Samsung even bother with tablets anymore. Which is a strange situation, when mobile chipsets and the Android OS are so powerful they can easily replicate most of the functions a laptop does, and Apple iPads still sell like hotcakes. Anyway, if you want a tablet with the best spec possible, your options have now doubled, with the launch of the new MatePad Pro 5G. Technically it isn't that new, because they...

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Microsoft Announces Surface Book: A High End Convertible Laptop

The biggest surprise from Microsoft’s recent launch event was the announcement of the Surface Book. In the words of Microsoft’s Panos Panay “What if you wanted a Surface — but you wanted a laptop Surface, something with a bigger screen, something with the perfect typing experience of a laptop?” Well the Surface Book is your solution, it has a traditional looking keyboard so it can sit on your lap fine, but like other devices in the surface range it can work as a tablet too, the screen is completely detachable from the keyboard. The specifications are very impressive with...

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Microsoft announces Surface Pro 4

Microsoft held its major launch event yesterday with several new devices announced. The first up is the launch of the Surface Pro 4. The surface line has been a big success for Microsoft and they are generally regarded as the best hybrids on the market. The Surface Pro 4 looks pretty much the same as last year but it's thinner at 8.4 mm and sports a larger 12.3-inch display. The new display uses something Microsoft called PixelSense technology with the thinnest optical stack on a screen that pushes over 5 million pixels with over 267 ppi. It also supports...

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HTC One Max specs Snapdragon 600 chip, 2GB RAM, Android 4.3 & Sense 5.5

The HTC One Max has been leaked several times already, and specifications have been rumoured, but it now seems like we are getting some more concrete specifications from Steve Hemmerstoffer who claims to be a serial leaker and editor of editor at Android 4.3 will be powering the phablet with Sense 5.5 aboard. This means that the toggle switch for the Blink Screen will be available. The screen will measure 5.9 inches and has a resolution of 1080 x 1920 (FHD). Powering the phablet is a quad-core 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 with 2GB of RAM and there is...

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New Kindle Fire HDX 7

As it is coming up to Christmas season Amazon have refreshed their line-up of Kindles. This year brings a brand new release in the form of the Kindle Fire HDX in both 7”. and 8.9” versions, and both sport a new angular body. Both tablets have impressive screen resolutions with pixel densities rated at 323 pixels per inch (1,920 x 1,200) and 339 ppi (2,560 x 1,600), respectively. Previously the density was 221 ppi and 254 ppi while the iPad 3 is 254.  Interestingly there is also a new dynamic image contrast feature which works by shifting the display's...

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