With the i Pad Pro, your more powerful (and more expensive) alternative is a member of Apple’s line of laptops—though, as the company’s own “What’s a Computer?” TV ad reminds us, these don’t feature touchscreens or the capability to fold the keyboard out of sight.With Android tablets, you could instead get a touchscreen Chromebook that can now run Android apps of its own, but it will be bulkier and have shorter battery life.
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After testing the 10.5-inch i Pad Pro with the just-released i OS 11, we’ve made it our new pick as the best i OS-based alternative to a laptop.
We also spent a month with the 2017 Surface Pro, and found it has much better battery life than the older model Surface Pro 4—though if you prefer to use a pro tablet with a stylus, the Surface Pen is now $60 extra.
Compared with general-use tablets, pro tablets also often feature upgraded screens and audio systems, but unless you’re feeling spendy, we can’t justify buying a pro tablet just for a better movie-watching experience.
The screens on the current 10.5- and 12.9-inch i Pad Pro versions—which build on the 9.7-inch i Pad Pro screen that Display Mate said had the lowest reflectivity in the industry—are great but can still suffer from glare.
Windows-based pro tablets such as Microsoft’s Surface Pro allow you to run almost any traditional desktop app, but the desktop-class operating system isn’t yet optimized for tablet use—it carries a higher risk of malware and sometimes stumbles at touchscreen or stylus input.
Meanwhile, i OS and Android-based pro tablets are much less likely than a Windows device to get hacked, but the operating systems limit both the kind of apps you can install and what they can do—although at least Apple has finally added a file manager in i OS 11.
I’ve personally reviewed and used tablets and e-readers since the 2010 debut of the i Pad.
I’ve tested the original versions of the i Pad, Microsoft’s Surface, Amazon’s Kindle and Kindle Fire, Samsung’s Galaxy Tab, and Google’s Nexus 7, as well as a long line of lesser tablets that nobody misses (for example, the Motorola Xoom and the Vizio Tablet).
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