Tablets are making a comeback in 2017. So, if you’re planning to replace your old tablet or want to give one as a gift, it’s definitely the right time to go shopping since you have a wide range of options to choose from. But, if you want to get the best possible value for money, you’ll want to narrow your list to the top tablets in the market. We’ve listed some of them below:
Everyone’s waiting for the iPad Pro 2 to be released, but it’s not really clear yet when Apple would launch it. If you can’t wait for the second-generation iPad Pro, why not get the 9.7-inch first-gen model? It has fast processing speeds due to its A9X chip and M9 co-processor, which let you do work-related tasks and stay productive even when you’re on the go. It also has the True Tone display, which adjusts to your environment and ensure the display is always comfortable on your eyes.
Microsoft Surface Pro 4
Just like the iPad Pro 2, the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is one of the most-awaited devices on the planet. If you can’t wait for it to be released, you’ll want to opt for its older sibling, the Surface Pro 4. This 2-in-1 hybrid device is powerful enough to replace your laptop but mobile enough so you can enjoy your favorite ebooks, games, and videos wherever you go. You can choose the configuration you want in terms of processor (Intel Core m3, i5, or i7) as well as RAM and SSD storage capacity.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3
One of the first things you’ll notice about the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is that it produces some of the clearest, sharpest audio ever heard from a tablet. This comes from the fact that it’s built with four speakers, one in every corner of the device, so you’ll hear every sound whether you’re holding the tablet vertically or horizontally. Samsung has also partnered with AKG to provide the Galaxy Tab S3 with world-class sound engineering technology. Whether you love watching movies or listening to music, you’ll definitely love this tablet.
Google Pixel C
If you want to see how Android Nougat performs in a work-based setting instead of a leisure one, you’ll want to give the Google Pixel C a try. It’s powered by the Nougat update, which means you can use the split-screen mode to multitask and do more things within a given span of time. It also comes with an NVIDIA quad-core processor, so playing intensive games on the go is no problem. With 308 pixels per inch and 500 nits of brightness, the Google Pixel C makes your videos, movies, and photos leap out of the screen.
Huawei MediaPad M3
Considered as the Android version of the iPad mini 4, the Huawei MediaPad M3 is a powerful tablet with a budget-friendly price tag. It comes with an 8.4-inch screen with a 2,560 x 1,600 resolution and 359 pixels per inch, which means you’ll enjoy crisp, sharp visuals. Huawei has worked with AKG and Harman Kardon for the MediaPad M3’s sound system, so you’ll be treated to high-quality audio at all times.