A Look at the Best Tablets of 2019

The tech world is cultivating plenty of interest in personal tablet devices. Tablets continue to function as a popular yet efficient method of staying connected to the world.

When scoping the current market, there are a number of new and exciting products made available for purchase. Each comes equipped with their own characteristics, traits, and special aspects. As we approach the spring and summer months, a number of students will be graduating from middle school, high school, and college. When searching for the perfect gift, tablets stick out as both a functional and exciting present. This potential gift works perfectly as a double-edged sword teetering between academia and leisure. In short, any prospective graduate would love this option.

This piece will focus some specific tablet brands. We will discuss each option before diving into what makes each of them special.

ASUS ZenPad

ASUS has four options within the ZenPad umbrella. Each correspond to their respective sizes. It includes two tablets named 8.0 (eight-inch) and 7.0 (seven-inch). From there, there are two registering at 9.7″ and 10.1″. One is called the 3S 10, and the other is called Z10. The primary benefit from this tablet is overall cost. It’s on the far more affordable side when compared to other giants within the industry. While it may not include the bells and whistles of other competitors, the tablet is effective in holding apps and games.

Microsoft Surface (Pro 3)

When compared to its older model, the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 is lighter and thinner. This allows for the tablet to be easily transportable. The screen size (12″) is among the best in its class. Fashioned with a kickstand, users can enjoy the tablet when streaming series, movies, or sports from a comfortable position. Though it comes at an extra price, the keyboard for this tablet is virtually unparalleled when compared to any other option. Using a magnetic application, the add-on keyboard will neatly mesh together with the back of the tablet.

iPad Pro

Many consider the iPad Pro to be the heavyweight within the tablet game. The product’s website itself claims that the iPad Pro includes “the most advanced display on the planet.” This is due to a liquid retina display with industry-leading color accuracy. Pixel presentation becomes smoother, and thus streaming on the iPad Pro is as if one has a personal television with them at all times. Depending upon the consumer’s choice, one can grab an 11″ version, or a 12.9″ model. Furthermore, a TrueDepth camera system allows for the user to access the iPad using the face recognition tool Face ID.

Samsung Galaxy Tab

There are a number of Galaxy Tablets from within the Samsung brand. They include the Galaxy Tab S4, the Galaxy Tab S3, the Galaxy Tab S2, the Galaxy Tab A, and the Galaxy Tab E. The newest model — the S4 — is getting rave reviews for its work capabilities. Users can craft PowerPoint Presentations, use Excel, play around with DeX, and also utilize the S Pen for all of their work needs. Improved from prior models, the screen is exceptionally brilliant. Depending upon the GB storage, the S4 could from anywhere between $649.99 to $749.99.

HUAWEI Media Pad

Chinese-based company HUAWEI came up with its own version of the tablet. The Media Pad aims to provide consumers with a modern yet sleek tablet. It prides itself on being exceptionally light in nature. It was created with aerospace-grade aluminum, thus making it easy to transport on trips. It uses fingerprint security to access — something many tablets don’t have. Additionally, the Media Pad M 3 comes equipped with advanced acoustic technology. This allows for sound to be transported to the ear canal as if one is watching the action in person.

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