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.
This tablet is a rather simple one. I was looking for a tablet recently - and when Samsung sent over this tablet - which is the company's most affordable tablet in the market right now - I was intrigued. So, here's our review.
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.
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).
Ever since the pandemic, many people are looking for devices bigger than their phones for work or study. And now, there are two prominent Android tablets that I think will definitely make your eyebrows raise. We have the new Xiaomi Pad 5 and also the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE (WiFi version with Snapdragon 778G) and I’ve been using both of them for more than a week.
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.