Lhe first Android tablet on our list is the best tablet Samsung has ever made, and it is a serious rival to the iPad Pro. In fact, its screen arguably has those slates, as it is a 12.4-inch Super AMOLED with a resolution of 2800 x 1752 and a refresh rate of 120 Hz. The iPad Pro range can match. to a lot of that, but these slates have LCD screens that aren't as good. It also has a smart connector at the bottom where the Samsung keyboard cover magnetically attaches. (Image credits it: Apple) figcaption>
2. iPad A ir 4 (2020)
Why become Pro when the air is that good?
Specifications CPU: Chip A14 Bionic with Neural Engine RAM: 4 GB Screen : 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display Storage: 64 GB / 256 GB OS: iPadOS 14
Reasons to buy + All-screen design + Lots of power
Reasons to avoid - 64 GB of storage is limited - Higher price than last generation
The iPad Air 4 (2020) is a great tablet for anyone who can't justify splurging with the best, because it has a lot of the things that make the iPad Pro line great, but cost less. It even has a new A14 Bionic chipset. This is what you will find on iPhone 12 , and it's exceptionally powerful. The iPad Air 4 (2020) takesalso support both the Magic Keyboard, the best high-end tablet keyboard, and the Apple Pencil, so it's almost as good as a laptop replacement or a general productivity device as a iPad Pro. With good all-around specs and a wide range of colors you can buy it in, the iPad Air 4 (2020) is a great choice for a lot of people.
Read the entire review: iPad Air 4 (2020)
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Best Android tablet with keyboard
Specifications CPU: Snapdragon 855 Graphics: Adreno 640 RAM: 6 GB - 8 GB Screen: Resolution 10.5 inches 1,600 x 2,560 Storage: 128 GB- 256 GB Operating system: Android 9
Reasons for ' buy + Performance level + Superior screen quality
Reasons to avoid - Dear
Our favorite Android tablet with keybo The ard option is the S6 for several reasons. This is a premium slate that offers excellent levels of performance thanks to its Snapdragon 855 chip, and has a beautiful Super AMOLED display. As a result, it's fantastic for media playback in particular, and an added bonus is the inclusion of high-quality AKG speakers.
Note, however, that the keyboard must be purchased separately and that it is optional accessoire (although some retailers sell it in bundles with the tablet, you might want to look for one). The book cover, as Samsung calls it, is built in much the same vein as the Surface Pro's removable keyboard, using a sturdy magnetic connection and even providing a kickstand via a cover that attaches to the phone. back of the Galaxy Tab S6.
Overall a decent enough keyboard, but the downside is that the accessory is expensive. Indeed, the tablet itself is expensive, so the full setup is far from a budget option.
And indeed, Samsung's interface is still I'm not the best and is holding back the S6 a bit, but despite this issue - and pricing issues - it remains by far the first choice. for those who want an Android slate with a keyboard.
Read our full review: Samsung Galaxy Tab S6
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Best tablet with keyboard for creatives
Specifications CPU: A12X Bionic Graphics: Custom GPU A12X RAM: 4 GB - 6 GB Screen: 12.9 inches 2,732 x 2,048 resolution Storage: 64 GB - 1 TB OS: iPadOS
Reasons for ' buy + Incredibly accurate color display + Superb for pen use + Very powerful
Reasons to avoid - Unpleasantly damaging your wallet
If you're a creative pro, there's an obvious tablet choice, and that's the iPad Pro. It's not cheap, but the iPad Pro 12.9 is a creatively fantastic device for many reasons, and it can be combined with the detachable keyboard - which Apple calls the Smart Keyboard Folio - like you verify this when purchasing your iPad (so make sure to add this, and the correct language for the keyboard).
The removable keyboard is pretty solid, but what really sets the iPad Pro apart from the competition for creative types is its fantastic display which is impressively bright and supports the wide range. in P3 colors (which means it is ideal for professional design work or for photo editing). The Apple Pencil stylus is also a dream to use on this screen, and very responsive.
The disadvantages arethat you don't get a full desktop experience, compared to Windows, although Apple tries to provide that with iPadOS to keep the tablet away from its bile roots (and iOS). The iPad Pro 12.9 is also very expensive if you want a decent amount of storage, with the detachable keyboard and stylus adding a fair amount of extra cost. This is not a hybrid combo for the faint of heart.
Read our full review: iPad Pro 12.9
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5. Surface Book 3
Premium Kit Part
Specifications CPU: Intel Core i5 - i7 10th Generation Graphics: Intel Iris Plus - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti with Max-Q Design RAM: 8 GB, 16 GB or 32 GB Screen: 13.5 inch 3000 x 2000 PixelSense - 15 inch 3240 x 2160 PixelSense screen Storage: 256 GB - 2 TB PCIe SSD OS: Windows 10 Home
Reasons to buy + Nice design + Keyboard comfortable + Superb screen
Reasons to avoid - Low U series process or - Tiny trackpad
If you're looking for a beautifully designed laptop that lights up like a tablet, look no further than the Microsoft Surface Book 3 . It comes with a crisp screen and keyboard and will scratch you if you want a premium device, like your laptop. And, with its discreet graphics and large amount ofRAM, it is also ideal for content creators. It's unfortunate that it comes with a weaker processor and a small trackpad, although the trackpad works as expected, which prevents it from being a perfect device. It also comes with dull speakers. Other than those issues, this is one hell of a tablet with a keyboard.
Read the full review: Surface Book 3
6. Panasonic Toughbook CF-33
Best rugged tablet with keyboard
Specifications CPU: Intel Core i5-7300U Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 620 RAM: 8 GB - 16 GB Screen: 12 resolution of 2160 x 1440 inches Storage: 256 GB - 512 GB OS: Windows 10
Reasons for ' buy + Fully rugged hybrid + Meets MIL-STD-810G + Good keyboard
Reasons to avoid - Really expensive
A rugged 2-in-1 is another niche, but for those who need a tablet with a keyboard that can take some punishment, this Panasonic product is the king of the game. tough mountain.
The Panasonic Toughbook CF-33 is sold alone as a tablet or can be supplied with the keyboard - be sure to add this when purchasing. The keyboard is worth well the extra expense, as it 'sa great accessory, giving you a nice typing experience with a good level of displacement (for a removable unit).
The battery life is superb , which is obviously ideal for those using the CF-33 in the field, you get a posterage of high quality and a 2-in-1 capable of withstanding drops and bumps, rain, extreme temperatures and humidity. The CF-33 meets the military-grade MIL-STD-810G ruggedness standard, and perhaps the biggest downside for those looking for a truly rugged hybrid is that it won't save your wallet from a beating. quite severe.