When we are talking about tablets, we have a various number of this kind of devices from where to pick. Today we will focus on the top 3 best tablets you can purchase in 2019, so far. More specifically, we’ll talk about iPad Pro, Samsung Tab S5e, and Microsoft Surface Pro.
Top 3 Best Tablets You Can Purchase In 2019
Apple has for sure what to brag for, with iPad Pro being its most giant tablet. iPad Pro comes in two versions, an 11″ and a 12.9″ display. This tablet has an Apple Pencil, so it’s easy to write and draw on it, and if you attach a keyboard to an iPad, you can see how iPad Pro transforms in a laptop.
To unlock the tablet, you have the option of using the Face ID powered by A12X Bionic, cool thing for a device from its category.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e
Joining the area of Android systems devices, let’s take a look at Samsung Galaxy S5e, one of the new Galaxy tablets launched this year, and one of the best tablets you can purchase in 2019. Galaxy S5e is a premium device with its case of aluminum. This tablet, beside the face recognition unlocking, also has fingerprint sensors, on a 10.5-inch OLED display.
When it comes to performance, the S5e it’s not one of the best, sporting the Snapdragon 670 with 4 or 6 GB RAM. A big plus compensates this minus: The battery lasts for 14 hours. Not so bad if you are choosing battery performance over hardware performance.
Microsoft Surface Pro
Do you want to have a lot of memory for all your favorite content to download on your tablet? Then Microsoft Surface Pro is an excellent choice as you can choose from 8 or 16 GB RAM. Furthermore, this tablet has up to 1 TB available as read-only memory.
With the display of 12.3 inches and the device running Windows 10 Home, you will have a laptop in your hands and one of the best tablets you can purchase in 2019, so far.
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