Best tablets are in demand for many reasons. The main factor is the flexibility of owning a portable computer. User segments of tablets include professionals, students, and institutional buyers.
In portable computers, the choice is between laptops and tablets. Tablets generally in the 7-11 inches size are handier than laptops of 12-16 inches. There are also larger tablets or hybrids including the Microsoft Surface Pro 4.
Task-specific tablets are also in greater demand. The Wacom Intuos S is a case in point as it is deemed one of the best drawing tablets for beginners making creative pursuits hassle-free. The Intuos S’s pen and tablet buttons are customizable.
Now let us take a look at which best tablets we can pick from the market on the basis of performance and price. These tablets can be purchased online from Amazon.com.
Apple iPad Pro 2020
The excitement triggered by iPad Pro in 2018 still prevails. The base price of $1220 is value for money. The iPad is slim and sleek. The screen is bright and True Tone optimizes the display for all lighting conditions, The four-speaker audio system ensures amazing stereo output.
Microsoft Surface Go
This is a stylish tablet from Microsoft that can boast of impressive battery life and functionality like a PC. Microsoft Surface Go tablet comes with a touch screen display and is powered by a 1.6GHz dual-core Intel Pentium Gold 4415Y processor with 8GB of RAM.
Regarding cameras, the Microsoft Surface Go on the rear packs 8-megapixel camera and a 5-megapixel camera on the front for selfies. Microsoft Surface Go has 128GB of inbuilt storage.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6
This is the Android response to iPad Pro. As a premium Android tablet, Galaxy Tab S6 sports a 10.5-inch AMOLED display with a WQXGA resolution.
An in-display fingerprint sensor on the Galaxy Tab S6 has the AMOLED display lighting up around the fingerprint scanner when in use. The sleek tablet’s 7040mAh battery makes it a bit heavy. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 is available in Wi-Fi and LTE variants.
Amazon Fire HD 10
The latest version of Amazon’s biggest tablet is a budget star. There is a sharp 1080p display, solid performance, and an easy-to-use UI plus the seamless integration of Alexa voice assistant.
Even though the hardware released has not changed much since 2017, the Fire HD 10 remains the best 10-inch tablet for an affordable price of around $150 with lock screen ads to consume maximum Amazon content.