5 Tablets Ready To Take Over Laptops In The Future
The evolution of technology is inevitable just like that of mankind. The only difference is, in technology, the process happens very fast. Thanks to this technological evolution, it does seem like the time has come for tablets to replace laptops, the same way in which desktop computers were trending until they were replaced by laptops.
Tablets are easy to carry because of their light weight and size and basically they could perform all the tasks which you normally do on a laptop. Here are some of the best tablets which could give laptops a neck-to-neck competition in the near future.
Apple I-pad Pro 12.9 inch
The processor is very important when it comes to either a laptop or a tablet. The Apple iPad Pro comes with A9X processor with 64-bit-ARMv8-A dual core CPU. It has a great battery life and it offers a great memory bandwidth and double storage performance. The tablet has a LED blacklit IPS LCD touch screen and 16M colours. It comes with 4GB of RAM AND 32GB of storage which is expandable upto 128 GB. Also the large keyboard makes it very easy to type on.
Dell Inspiron 11 3000
Needless to mention, Dell is a company that millions of users rely on. The Inspiron 11 3000 runs on Windows 10 and has an 11.8 inch touch screen. It has seamless switching; a feature which makes the tablet stands out from other devices. It runs on Intel Core i3 (sixth-gen) processor and comes with 500GB of hard disk and 4GB RAM. The automatic adjustment of menus and taskbar and the continuum adds up to a smooth experience. The tablet also flips effortlessly to laptop by automatically detecting whether the keyboard is attached and makes the transition between the two very easy.
Microsoft Surface Pro 4
With a stylus known as “Surface Pen” and 12.3 inches of full HD touch screen with wide keys, Surface Pro 4 is all ready to replace laptops. The touch pad is very responsive and spacious enough to place your hand on it. It is powered by Intel Core i5 (sixth-gen) processor and has 128 GB of storage with 4GB RAM. The tablet is also designed to stream Xbox One games and the word processing is very fast on the device. Most importantly it runs on Windows 10 operating system.
Lenovo Yoga 300
This tablet has been appreciated by many market experts. Powered by Intel Pentium processor, the device can be flipped in 360 degrees that means you can flip the tablet to any position you like. The slim, lightweight Lenovo Yoga 300 provides a great quality of performance and can run any app effortlessly by enhancing the settings, sharing the statistics as to how to use the device and making the app recommendations by mode.
HP Pavilion x360 13t
The device runs on Core i7-6500U CPU and comes with 8GB RAM and 512 GB SSD. It is popular because of its better performance for entertainment and productivity. The wide keyboard and the touchpad will make for a better texting experience. Design wise, it has a metallic design with rounded edges and copper coloured sides and hinges.
Well, these were the 5 best tablets which are very likely to give the laptops a tough competition in the future. What do you think? Share your opinions in the comment section below.
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by techtalks @TechTalks June 21, 2016 6:03 AM UTC