Not too long ago, we reviewed the brand new Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2019). With it comes some decent specs built into the laptop itself too. Then a few weeks ago, Samsung released their brand new, ultimate budget tablet into the market - the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2019).
Tablets have seen better days during its earlier days. Though there are still people from all over the world that needs a tablet - and the new Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2019) is here to get you going. It's priced at an affordable RM899 for the WiFi-only version and RM1,299 for the LTE version - but that's on your own preference.
Did I just see that right? A tablet review? They're still in the market these days? Apparently yes - even if tablets the demand has slowed down over the years. Samsung is not stopping - and hence we have the Galaxy Tab A 10.5 with us here today.
Lenovo today announced an ecosystem of devices and services that support the new era of mobility and represent how today’s users are demanding solutions that bridge connectivity, hardware and user-centric design. Lenovo is introducing a new device portfolio at Mobile World Congress 2017 that spans nearly all mobile form factors for the ultimate in choice with: the detachable Miix 320, blending affordability with connectivity on-the-go – two convertibles, mobile powerhouses Yoga 720 and 520 – four tablets, the versatile Tab 4 family built for everyone in the family – and Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus, smartphones that pair premium features with affordable prices.
If you're looking for a table in the market these days, then I can ensure you that there aren't many options available. ASUS might have just the thing for you - as they've just announced their ZenPad 3S 10 LTE - the Z500KL SKU - is now available in Malaysia.
So you might've thought Samsung would lay low for a while, but no. As many other media has pointed out, Samsung will never be on the brink of extinction because of the Note7 fiasco. They're going hard and strong as ever - and they're starting with the new Galaxy Tab A (2016). It comes with an S Pen, and I think tablets + S Pen is a much better combination.
Earlier this year, Lenovo announced a pretty peculiar tablet. It's not just a tablet, it's a tablet with a built-in projector. The Lenovo YOGA TAB 3 Pro is definitely the first of its kind, and today we'll be taking an in-depth look at it.
Huawei has just announced their brand new Kirin 960 chipset, and we're more than happy to summarize it. Truth to be told, this is is a significant architectural update, but it's not really groundbreaking. Let's split this up with a TL;DR part where the key takeaway points are what most people care about, and the more detailed part for those who are curious. At the end, there's a list of specs that further summarizes everything.