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Apple iPad Pro 11″
- 11-Inch edge-to-edge Liquid Retina display with Promotion, true Tone, and wide Color
- A12X Bionic chip with Neural Engine
- Face ID for secure authentication and Apple Pay
The new iPad Pro has a new design, a new screen, and a new chipset. At launch, Apple claimed that the new iPad Pros had more power than 80% of the laptops currently on the market. So you can imagine how much performance it has under the hood. Put the game aside; it has enough power to replace your laptop.
On the front, the new iPad Pro has an 11-inch Retina display that offers enough space to open two apps side by side. If 11 “doesn’t satisfy, you can go for the larger 12.9” variant. Our current competitor offers a resolution of 2388 x 1668 pixels, which promises that you will see extremely sharp images when playing games, reading or watching. Apart from that, the tablet features Wide-Color range, True-Tone technology with a 120Hz refresh rate. Apple is the first in the industry to offer a tablet with such a high refresh rate display. Adding a 120Hz refresh rate would convince a lot of potential mobile gamers.
Under the hood, the iPad Pro features Apple’s latest A12Z Bionic with 7-core graphics that together deliver the best gaming performance in the industry. Games like PUBG, Fortnite, and Real Racing would run at extreme frame rates on a regular basis. With the addition of 120Hz, the new iPad Pro becomes an even more potential competitor for high-refresh rate games. For those looking for an immersive experience, 4 stereo speakers are offered that eliminate the need for headphones. In terms of connectivity, the iPad houses a USB 3.1 Type-C port for charging and it also supports video output.
Two things that put the head and shoulders of the iPad Pro above the crowd of gamers are the huge, crisp and fluid 120Hz display and the totally unmatched raw processing power. We’ve highlighted the 11-inch model as the best option because it’s a bit more affordable and manageable, but if you want to lose yourself in something like Civilization VI, then the 12.9-inch model is even better. Pairing this tablet with some of the best iPad Pro games will be enough to satisfy even the most demanding gamers. Apple tablets stand out from the Android crowd due to the level of polish and optimization of many apps, and nowhere is this difference more striking than in games. It’s a great tablet too, with built-in Face ID and a host of fun augmented reality apps and games. The battery life is good enough to keep you gaming on the go for hours. The obvious downside is the high cost.
Mircosoft Surface Pro 7
- Next-gen, best-in-class laptop with the versatility of a studio and tablet, so you can type, touch, draw,...
- Faster than surface pro 6, with a 10th gen intel core processor – redefining what’s possible in a...
- More ways to connect, with both USB-c and USB-a ports for connecting to displays, docking stations and...
Microsoft Surface Pro 7 is a great machine for productivity on the go. Its sleek design and compact shape make it super light and easy to carry in a backpack. It has been the most recommended choice for students and business people for its compact size and unmatched performance. There is no doubt that this is the best 2-in-1, but how does it work when it comes to gaming? Let’s find out.
Starting with performance, Microsoft Surface Pro 7 ships with Intel Core i5 and i7 processors. The Intel i5 starts at $ 830, which is great, but I don’t recommend anything higher than a tablet to be used for gaming only. If you have the cash and your requirements include working on the go, then yes, it is worth spending. It offers best-in-class performance and the versatility of the Windows operating system will not disappoint. On the base i5 variant, most games will run smoothly. However, playing heavy titles would cause problems.
The design has many elements corresponding to its predecessors. You still get those instructions from tablet, laptop and studio mode with the kickstand. The overall form factor is lighter and thinner than previous models, and there are currently two colors available, black and platinum. Both colors look good, although black is our favorite. When it comes to battery life, the Surface Pro 7 offers a decent 10.5 hours of screen time, which is great for a Windows machine.
While PC gaming enthusiasts may want to look the other way, we have good news for the rest of you. While most gaming tablets only offer iOS or Android games on the go, Microsoft Surface Pro can let you play your Steam games. Because the Surface Pro is also compatible with Signature-type accessories, giving you a keyboard and trackpad that essentially turns this tablet into a laptop. If you want a Windows device with a big, beautiful screen, a full keyboard, and all the flexibility of a tablet, Windows Surface Pro is a great option. It won’t compete with a gaming rig, but when it looks so good and weighs so little, comparatively, you won’t regret it.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite
- The included S Pen makes it easier than ever to write notes and personalize photos and videos, all...
- Slim Metal Design: Take this sleek, lightweight tablet anywhere. Its slim design slips right into your...
- Entertainment Ready: A vivid, crystal clear display draws you into content while dual speakers with sound...
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is the latest offering from Samsung, highly recommended for gaming and media consumption. The S6 Lite is a scaled-down version of the original Galaxy series of tablets that competes for the budget iPad. However, there is no S5 tab, as Samsung omitted the name tag on the S6 tab.
If you prefer an Android device to an iPad, it won’t do better than Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S6. It has a super fast Snapdragon 855 processor backed by 6GB or 8GB of RAM. There is an impressive 10.5-inch Super AMOLED screen that you will never tire of looking at. It also has four speakers, good battery life, and a sleek design. Samsung’s special Game Booster promises a lag-free gaming experience, and a partnership with Discord brings live chat functionality to the Game Launcher. You’ll also find a dual-lens main camera, combining a 13MP lens with a 5MP wide-angle lens, and there’s a decent 8MP front camera. The Galaxy Tab S6 is also compatible with the S Pen, which is great if you like to hand-write notes or draw, but it also works as a remote control.
The highlight of the Tab S6 Lite is its super rich color screen on the front, which is TFT. The 10.4-inch screen size makes it very suitable for gaming. The colors are very vivid, as you would expect from any Samsung device. Contrast levels are excellent and black looks sharp in the dark. The brightness levels are sufficient and the anti-reflective coating goes a long way in preventing glare and glare. Unlike the previous design, the newer design does not have physical or touch-sensitive buttons on the front, as the navigations occur in the software itself in the form of on-screen buttons and gestures.
When it comes to gaming, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite handles all games with ease. The Exynos 9611 chipset hit with Mali-G72 offers plenty of power to play demanding graphics games without stuttering. Additionally, the gaming experience on the Tab S6 Lite is enchanted with quad stereo speakers tuned by AKG / HARMAN to deliver best-in-class sound to its users. For those who are concerned about storage, the tablet comes with a 64GB storage option which, however, can be expanded up to 1TB with a MicroSD card.