Category: Tablets

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Review – The First HDR-Ready Android Tablet

This post is brought to you by CJ Affiliate’s VIP Content Service. Thank you Samsung for sponsoring this post. While this was a sponsored opportunity from Samsung, all content and opinions expressed here are my own. Get The Best Price On A Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 While the general need for a tablet has lessened over the years due to the increasing size of flagship smartphones, tablets are offering better designs and features to cater to mobile gamers, power users or business customers. The Galaxy Tab S3 is Samsung's newest flagship tablet that serves as a multi-purpose device for...

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Apple iPad Pro 9.7” & Apple Pencil Review

The new iPad Pro 9.7” adds Apple Pencil support and premium features to the traditional iPad size. Get The Best Price On Apple's iPad Pro 9.7″ Steve Jobs originally announced the original iPad way back in April of 2010, and he marketed the device as a new market in between the smartphone and laptop segments which we know associate with the word tablet. This has been a successful approach for Apple as they have recently announced a milestone of a whopping 200 million iPads sold. The company has just released their 8th generation line of tablets dubbed the ‘Pro’...

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Apple iPad Air Review – Apple’s Smaller, Lighter, Faster 5th Generation Tablet

Apple's new iPad Air is smaller, lighter, and faster than ever before. Get An iPad Air For The Lowest Price Introduction Over the past 5 years, Apple has become a powerhouse in the mobile market and the introduction of their original iPad revolutionized the tech world to become what it is today. The Cupertino-based company has just released their 5th generation iPad and resulted in their second redesign of the popular device. Since the iPad Air launched just a few days ago (November 1st) the quantities available for sale are limited at this time, but we were lucky enough to...

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Kindle Fire HD Review

Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD is an impressive tablet with many updated features. It packs a punch with it’s brand new HD glare-resistant display, Dolby speakers, and cloud storage. Unfortunately, the Kindle Fire cuts short of its competitors such as the iPad due to lacking a rear camera, including advertisements built into the OS, and the touchscreen is just frankly not as responsive as we had hoped. Will this tablet satisfy some users? Absolutely, but for us we would prefer to stick to our iPads.

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