These Are The Best Tablets For Indians In 2019
Dhir Acharya - Nov 16, 2019
We have made many lists about the best laptops and smartphones in 2019, what about tablets, another widely used device among many of us?
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This year is ending, a new year is coming and once again we’re rounding up the best products of the past 12 months. We have made many lists about the best laptops and smartphones in 2019, what about tablets, another widely used device among many of us?
Here’s your list, and if you’re thinking about giving a tablet to someone you love as a present, make sure you have considered all the candidates we’re listing below.
The 7th-generation iPad (2019)
With this year’s refreshed version of the entry-level iPad, Apple has increased the size of the display, given longer battery life and added support for smart keyboards. Despite the older chip, it works perfectly.
iPad Mini (2019)
This Spring, Apple refreshed its iPad Mini by adding support for the Pencil along with the A12 chip that is more powerful than the basic 10.2-inch iPad. This device is costly, but it’s great for drawing, gaming, though its small screen isn’t perfect for replacing a laptop.
iPad Pro (2018)
This one offers Face ID, USB-C port, Apple’s latest chip, a great design, and support for the new Pencil. It also comes with long battery life as well as the Retina display.
Kindle Fire 7 (2019)
This tablet is really cheap and it meets all the basic needs for games and videos. As usual, the tablet comes with access to Amazon’s content while the Fire ecosystem is not as large as Android.
If you want to buy this product for your children, consider the Kids Edition that comes with a rubberized case, one year of free kid-friendly FreeTime Unlimited content, as well as a replacement warranty lasting two years for damaged devices.
Amazon Fire HD 10 (2019)
The new Fire tablet from Amazon measures 10 inches, it’s better and faster compare with the 7-inch and 8-inch Fire devices. In addition, it has a relatively low price and has a USB-C port for charging.
Microsoft Surface Pro 6
The new Surface Pro 7 has just come out, but the Surface Pro 6 from last year remains a good candidate. If you want a tablet for work that can turn into a PC anytime, invest in this one.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6
Apart from Samsung, we can barely find a good Android tablet from a major brand right now. The Tab S6 is expensive, but it has a compact design along with an optional keyboard as well as a trackpad. It also supports connection to monitors thanks to the DeX technology.
HP Chromebook X2
This is one of the best tablets for its price. It’s a Chromebook that doubles as a detachable tablet and it can run Android apps.