Top Tablets of 2019
May 14, 2019
There are a number of reasons to get a tablet. They’re compact, easy to use and have a lower price tag than a laptop for sometimes just as powerful of an operating system. There are less buttons, hinges and breakable pieces, if you’re looking for something you kids can use, and have a sleek design and a lot of great features for both work-related tasks and other uses, such as drawing, music and more.
The tablet market is exploding; all the major players in the technology sector have their own tablets with a range of features and price ranges. Here are some ideas to help you decide which tablet is the best one for you. Here are some of the top tablets of 2019:
Apple iPad Pro
The Apple iPad Pro has all the bells and whistles, with a full 12.9 inch screen, a 2048x2732 pixel display and up to 1 TB of storage. There’s both a front and rear camera. It’s made to work with augmented reality apps, plus the Apple pencil and new iWork app lets you sketch, take notes and more. If you’re a loyal Apple user and love their intuitive interface and fast processing speed, this might be the tablet for you. This tablet sells in the $1000-$1200 range.
Apple iPad Air 2019
If the iPad Pro is a bigger price tag than you’re looking for, consider the iPad Air. This tablet is considered a mid-range option from Apple: it has a 10.5-inch screen, 1668 x 2224 pixel resolution, 64 GB or 256 GB storage options. The iPad Air 2019 sells for about $500.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S4
If you’re a fan of the Android operating system, the Samsung Galaxy S4 Tablet is considered the best tablet of 2019. It’s got a 10.5-inch screen with 1600 x 2560 pixel resolution. Choose between 64 and 256 GB memory and get a stylus pen for ease of use. You can find the Galaxy Tab S4 for between $300 and $500.
Microsoft Surface Go
If you’re a fan of the Windows Operating System, try the Microsoft Surface Go. This tablet runs Windows 10, boasts a 10-inch screen and 1800 x 1200 pixel resolution. It comes with a keyboard and has the processing speed to function as a second smaller laptop. It’s available with 128 GB memory and costs about $400.
Google Pixel Slate
If you’re a Google fan and use Chrome for surfing online, try out the Google Pixel Slate. This tablet uses a combination of the Android operating system with features users will recognize from the Google Chrome browser. It has a 12.3-inch display, with 3000 x 2000 pixel resolution, plus a battery with a full 12 hours of life. Choose one of three storage size options: 64, 128 or 256 GB. The price on the Slate varies widely, from $600 if you buy straight from Google up to more than $1000 from other retailers.