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Thomas Sanchez
Thomas Sanchez

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Like your Pixel phone, the Pixel Tablet has Material You, so you can completely personalize it with a custom color palette and new color variants based on your wallpaper and lock screens. Just like your Pixel 7 and Google Pixel Watch, your tablet can be the truest representation of you.




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What made you want to get a tablet in the first place? Will you use it for work? Do you want to play games on a bigger screen than your smartphone? Do you want to read e-books? Or just have an easily transportable alternative to your laptop for work? Of course, these are all viable reasons for owning a tablet, but your primary purpose for getting one could make a big difference in your choice.


Just about any modern tablet from a major manufacturer will be good at playing games. Since games on the App Store are made specifically for iPad, they'll run the smoothest. For e-books, any tablet will work, but Amazon's Fire tablets have direct integration with the company, so it'll be easier to shop the Kindle store. And if you just want to send some emails or read the news, you could really go with just about anything.


If you plan to do a lot of reading, you might want a tablet in the 4:3 aspect ratio, as that's closer to a page from a book. However, If you're going to be watching a lot of movies, you're going to want a tablet with a 16:9 aspect ratio. This aspect will eliminate black bars on the top and bottom of your content.


Obviously, there's no single size that will work best for everyone; it depends very much on your answer to the last question. If you're going to be working on a tablet, you probably want a lot of screen real estate so you don't strain your eyes while trying to focus on small type. A 10-inch tablet will give you a big screen to work on.


Smaller tablets might appeal to people who will be doing a lot of traveling; an iPad Mini 6 or a smaller Kindle Fire tablet. These tablets will be small enough to pack in a backpack or purse without adding much weight. And if you add a Bluetooth keyboard, they'll be easier to type on, too.


This is another question that may depend greatly on how much you plan to travel with your tablet. While having 4G LTE or 5G connectivity is nice, it's another expense, and a data plan could cost you $20 or $30 per month, depending on your provider and how much data you need. On the other hand, wireless data will be a lifesaver if you need access to the internet from anywhere in the country without searching for a coffee shop with free Wi-Fi.


Many people, however, will be fine with just Wi-Fi connectivity. Between your house, your workplace, and the coffee shop where you like to hang out, you should have an available Wi-Fi network pretty much all the time. Not only does this remove the cost of the data plan, but Wi-Fi-only tablets are usually cheaper, too.


Tablets come with a wide variety of storage space; Cheaper tablets come with between 16GB and 32GB of memory, while more expensive productivity tablets come with 256GB and 1TB. Many Android tablets are also expandable, so you can use an SD card to increase the storage beyond that. So how do you choose?


People usually purchase tablets because the increased screen real estate lends to better productivity. It shouldn't be too much trouble finding a tablet that's good for writing and tapping out emails. However, there's another option floating about: foldable phones.


Tablet-style foldable phones have the added benefit of compacting to a smaller form factor when you aren't using them. If you want to have a modestly sized tablet, but be able to pocket it when you're finished, you might want to consider getting a foldable phone. Newer ones can be expensive, but the versatility is priceless.


Once you have the answers to these questions, you'll have a solid understanding of what you want from your tablet, and then you can start shopping around. It'll be much easier to dismiss some options because they don't fit your needs, while others will get put on the shortlist. In the end, you'll just have to make a decision (often between paying more for an iPad or less for an Android tablet), but it should be a lot easier after going through this list.


Once charged, your tablet can work for a good five to six hours at a stretch. But if you have a habit of keeping all the apps open all the time, battery life can take a severe hit. To save battery, the simplest thing you can do is to ensure that the screen brightness is only as bright as it needs to be. You could also keep your tablets battery saver mode on so that the settings automatically change every time the battery drops.


Tablets have a shorter lifespan compared to laptops. They can perform well for up to two years, after which if the software is not updated, it may require constant repair. This is a problem with most Android tablets. It either begins to hang more often, works really slow, or the display shows signs of malfunctions. Software malfunction is a common complaint about tablets received by brand service centres.


Touchscreens are sensitive to any dust or dirt, so clean the screen before troubleshooting the problem. Moreover, sometimes buggy software updates can induce touchscreen related issues. Check if there are any updates available for your tablet. To update the tablet, go to Settings > About Tablet or About Device > System Updates or Software Update. If it still continues to be unresponsive, you could use a doorstep tablet repair service to get it repaired.


Lastly, avoid sitting in direct sunlight with the tablet for too long, as that can overheat the device too. As soon as you notice that the tablet has started to get warm, take a break from using it for a while. Turn off your tablet and let the battery cool. If it still continues to overheat, there could be an issue with the battery or the mainboard. Visit the service centre to get the battery checked and replaced if required.


Tablets have large screens that are delicate and have higher chances of suffering screen damage. Just protecting your device with a cover or case is not enough. Imagine the expenses you will have to bear on getting the display fixed if it accidentally falls from your hand. This is why buying a Spills And Drops Protection Plan is advised. The plan will protect the tablet from both, physical and liquid damages.


The iPad Air (5th generation) represents a step up from the iPad (9th generation) in almost every way. It gives you more color options to customize your tablet, a much faster processor, a nicer display, and compatibility with a better set of accessories. The downside is the price: You pay about double for all those features.


While the standard iPad works only with the standard Smart Keyboard Folio and the first-generation Apple Pencil, the Air works with the same accessories as the 11-inch iPad Pro (which we recommend in our guide to the best professional tablets). That means you can use the second-generation Apple Pencil for digital art and the Magic Keyboard if you do a lot of typing and want a laptop replacement. Although we maintain that the iPad Pro is better for people who work in illustration or create content with their tablet, the Air is priced so that the tablet, stylus, and keyboard together cost less than $1,000.


Roderick Scott is Wirecutter's staff writer reporting on smartphones, tablets, and accessories. He is the former publisher of TechGuySmartBuy, where he reviewed everything from phones to headphones to smart speakers to cars. He is also a former aspiring songwriter, music producer, and A&R working with local talent.


If you're looking for a low-cost tablet, the answer's easier: Apple usually releases new basic iPads (simply called "iPad") each fall, and they're not that expensive to begin with, generally running around $300 to $400. This year, however, Apple hasn't released a basic iPad upgrade yet. Prime Day can sometimes get you a discount on older models or configurations with more onboard storage. Low-cost Amazon Fire Tablets are always on sale, too.


Samsung's premium Android tablets are some of the only notable high-end Android tablets left on the market. Samsung's Galaxy Tab S8 Plus is a great upgrade over Samsung's previous S7 tablet line, and has an included stylus and an AMOLED display. But make sure to keep track of the differences between S8, S8 Plus and S8 Ultra lines and prices to make sure whatever's on sale is actually a good deal. Samsung's tablets go on sale at other places than Amazon and at other times than Prime Day, too.


Also, keep in mind that Google's next Android tablet, the Pixel Tablet, is arriving in 2023. While we don't know how expensive it will be, it could be a model worth waiting for. It'll feature Google's own Tensor chips used in the latest Pixel phones.


Various models from Samsung driven by octa-core processors come with expandable internal storage, ensuring seamless multitasking and powerful performance. Moreover, their multi-window systems allow you to split up the screen into different parts and run multiple apps to complete different tasks simultaneously. Motorola tabs with 2K displays deliver high-resolution visuals with sharp and realistic images, allowing for edge-to-edge viewing from any angle. Their long-lasting batteries offer uninterrupted performance and allow you to stay connected and entertained for up to 12 hours on a single charge. These economical and user-friendly devices feature metallic bodies with rounded edges and narrow, sleek bezels, offering them a stylish look. So, buy mobile tablets and enjoy the prime features of smartphones and laptops in a single device.


\nVarious models from Samsung driven by octa-core processors come with expandable internal storage, ensuring seamless multitasking and powerful performance. Moreover, their multi-window systems allow you to split up the screen into different parts and run multiple apps to complete different tasks simultaneously. Motorola tabs with 2K displays deliver high-resolution visuals with sharp and realistic images, allowing for edge-to-edge viewing from any angle. Their long-lasting batteries offer uninterrupted performance and allow you to stay connected and entertained for up to 12 hours on a single charge. These economical and user-friendly devices feature metallic bodies with rounded edges and narrow, sleek bezels, offering them a stylish look. So, buy mobile tablets and enjoy the prime features of smartphones and laptops in a single device.\n 041b061a72


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