If we’re giving credit to Microsoft for substituting a laptop with a tablet, then we must also acknowledge the crucial importance Apple had with their iPad series. They imagined the modern and easy to use tablets, and for this we will always be grateful. However, there are also some other alternatives on the market, since not everybody is an Apple fan, so let’s have a look at these.
- Google Pixel C.
This device is, in fact, a reply to the Surface Pro 3 model and it represents the premium Android tablet if you need to be productive while you’re away. It runs on the Android 7.1 and it offers a 10.2 inches display with a 2560×1800 pixels resolution. It is priced at $599.
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S3.
The Samsung device offers an AMOLED 9.7 inches display with a 2048×1536 pixels resolution, 32 GB internal storage, 4 GB RAM and a 13 MP back camera with flash, all for the price of $599.
- Lenovo A12.
The Lenovo product is a little bit cheaper, with its $299 price tag. For this price, you will receive 13 hours of battery life, paired with a 12.2 inches display. It runs on an Intel Atom X5 CPU, complete with 32 GB internal storage and 2 GB RAM.
- Lenovo YogaBook.
For a price of $499, the Lenovo YogaBook product offers a 10.1 inches touchscreen display with a 1080p quality. This is the first device to use the Halo Keyboard tech, which you can turn off and take digital notes. It relies on GPS sensors, together with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB internal storage, which you can expand with the help of a microSD card. Moreover, you will also receive a pen that is useful for drawing and taking notes on the sensor pad.