In my personal opinion, I think that there are way too many tablets in the world of smart devices these days - but I'm not complaining. Having more tablets in the market means that manufacturers will innovate new things and implement them in their brand new tablet. Then, they have to include enough features and price it competitively to really capture the customers.
It's amazing to see that there are peripherals these days that compliments its host device nicely. Like the Galaxy Note series and its S Pen - they're great together. Logitech shows off a single product that does just this - the Logitech CREATE backlit keyboard case with Smart Connector for the iPad Pro 9.7-inch.
Ladies and gentlemen, this is the first ever product that Logitech has created in collaboration with Apple themselves, for one of Apple's products - the iPad Pro.
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.
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).
It's been a dream of mine to have a full-fledged PC without the bulk. Tablets came by and it got pretty close to a portable full-fledged PC - but not there yet. Then comes...
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.