Visually, not much has changed with the new Surface Pro. On the inside, however, is where most of Microsoft’s attention has been focused. First reviews are praising Surface Pro's overall execution of the convertible tablet, performance is great, battery life has been noticeably improved, the kickstand is as good as ever, but the differentiating pen and keyboard are not included on the pricey affair that the Surface has become.
A week after Apple announced the new iPad Pro 10.5, first reviews are flowing in with availability starting today as well. Reviewers point out that this is the first iPad to make a convincing argument for the "Pro" label and that iOS 11 will make it the most computer-like iPad ever, but the price is definitively not for everyone, especially when accounting for extra memory and accessories.
Unveiled less than a month ago, the Galaxy Tab S3 is Samsung's first HDR-ready tablet. Powered by a Snapdragon 820 SoC, 4GB of RAM and a beefy 6,000mAh battery, the tablet is good for 10 hours on a single charge. It comes equipped with an improved S-Pen stylus, adding some productivity and creativity to a device that's otherwise best used as a media device.
Apple reportedly set to reveal new iPad Pros, 128GB iPhone SE, and more at hardware event next month
Exploding tablet sales are no more. This could be explained by a number of factors, among them that smartphones are now larger and faster, while laptops are thinner and lighter than they used to. The good news for consumers is that prices have never been better. Tablets remain an attractive form factor for numerous uses and with the price of a top notch tablet below $400, they are more accessible than ever before.