London – Traditional tablets are still the top choice for casual use and entertainment, and here are five tablets that fans are hoping will get a refresh in 2017.
iPad Air 3: Apple typically reveals its new products in the fall, however, the company surprised everyone and revealed the iPad Pro 9.7-inch last spring.
The NERO Magazine stated that Apple may reveal the iPad 16 GB Air3, with thinner screen and water-resistant design for USD600. However, sources told that Apple plans to reveal three types of tablets with different sizes this spring.
NeuroGadget also reported that, to compete with the Microsoft Surface, the iPad Air 3 is expected to ship with the Apple Pencil.
Galaxy Tab S3 took a strong swing at Apple iPad Air2 by offering a similar design and the same level of performance.
Google Chrome OS: Google recently announced that all Chromebooks released in 2017 will be compatible with Android apps. During an interview with Verge Magazine, Google’s Rajen Sheth, director of product for Android and Chrome said that the company is working on making Chrome OS more touch-friendly. .
ASUS ZenPad 3S, 10 LTE is an update to last year’s Asus ZenPad 3S 10, featuring a Qualcomm Snapdragon 650 processor, LTE capabilities, 4GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. ASUS has developed the performance of its tablets and claimed that the new model gets 16 hours of battery life.
ASUS ZenPad 3s 10 LTE does not only provide a great performance, it also boasts a thin-lightweight design. While it’s been announced, the device isn’t available outside Malaysia yet, but it’s expected to sell for around $400 once it hits the U.S.
Tablet Amazon Fire: if all you want is a device to play a few mobile games or watch movies the Amazon Fire family not only includes affordable tablets, but a range of devices that offer different levels of performance. The last update came in September, when Amazon released Fire Tablet HD8, with high storage capacities and durable service battery.