Sleek and stylish, the Nokia T10 tablet was built to last with its unibody polymer design as well as nano-textured finish that hide scratches. This means you can share it with friends and family without worrying about it coming back scratched or roughed up. It comes loaded with the latest Android 12 software, two years of guaranteed Android upgrades, and three years of monthly security updates.
Let’s face it, in extreme workplace environments, standard tablets just wouldn’t last, but that’s exactly where the Samsung Galaxy Tab Active 3 comes in. How so? It’s MIL-STD-810H certified, complete with enhanced shock absorption that enables it to withstand drops of up to 5-feet and IP68 rated, making the tablet dustproof as well as water resistant, thus providing peace of mind when working in unpredictable outdoor environments.
Huawei’s MatePad Pro has been officially released and it looks a lot like the iPad Pro. Unlike Apple’s offering, the MatePad’s 10.8-inch (2,560 x 1,600 resolution) display has even slimmer 4.9mm bezels, thanks to an 8.0-megapixel, hole-punch front camera. The display outputs an extremely bright 540 nits while supporting the DCI-P3 gamut for accurate color reproduction. Unfortunately, it’s thicker than the iPad Pro at 7.2mm versus 5.9mm.
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There are foldable smartphones, laptops, and in the near future, possibly tablets as well. Guandong Oppo Mobile Telecommunications filed a patent earlier this year with the WIPO (World Intellectual Property Office) for a ‘Mobile terminal,’ and it was approved on October 31, 2019. The sketches appear to show a tablet-like device with a large flexible display and a smartphone dock of sorts.
The seventh-generation Apple iPad is here, and this new tablet is definitely no slouch. Priced from $329, it features a 10.2-inch Retina display, Apple Pencil support, the A10 Fusion chip, and compatibility with the full-sized Smart Keyboard. The device is available to pre-order now, and will be in stores on display beginning Monday, September 30th.