The Best Windows 10 Tablet | Windows Central

If you’re in the market for a new tablet, we’ve got a couple of great options for you to consider.

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Microsoft Surface Pro 4

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If you’re in the market for a new tablet but aren’t sure what to buy, then you can’t go wrong with the Microsoft Surface Pro 4, a true 2-in-1 hybrid tablet that feels like a tablet most of the time, with the added bonus of becoming a laptop when/if you need it. Featuring a premium magnesium body, and a gorgeous 12.1-inch screen, you definitely won’t regret getting one of these.

Bottom-line: For the best Windows 10 tablet out there, check out the Microsoft Surface Pro 4.

One more thing: If you’re looking for a tablet that’s purely a tablet, the Surface Pro 4 is still a great choice. The type cover is an optional extra, so buying the Surface Pro 4 standalone means you’ll be getting a full-on tablet

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Logitech’s Chic Multi-Device K780 Keyboard Pairs With Smartphones, Tablets And PCs | HotHardware

Why wield multiple keyboards for different devices when you can have one that works with them all? That’s the idea behind Logitech’s K780 Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard (just K780 from here on out), a fully-equipped PC plank with a 10-key pad that also works on mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets, all connected at the same time.Simultaneous

Source: Logitech’s Chic Multi-Device K780 Keyboard Pairs With Smartphones, Tablets And PCs | HotHardware

The Best Kitchen Tech at IFA 2016 – Bosch PerfectCook Cooktop – Slideshow from PCMag.com

Tablet-connected, sensor-laden cooktops are a big thing at this year’s IFA. Bosch’s version can monitor the heat of your pans and count the time on individual burners, tuning everything based on a recipe in a tablet app.

Source: The Best Kitchen Tech at IFA 2016 – Bosch PerfectCook Cooktop – Slideshow from PCMag.com

Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Plus Ditches the Pico Projector: Hands On

It’s a new Lenovo Yoga Tab! Specifically, the Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Plus, successor to the precisely one-year-old Yoga Tab 3 Pro, is (still) a 10-inch Android tablet, but unlike the Pro, which had high-end specs and features, the Tab 3 Plus offers a compelling price-to-performance ratio.

Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 PlusLenovo Yoga Tab 3 PlusThe Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Plus features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 with four Cortex-A52 cores, running a 1.8 GHz clock and four Crotex-A53 cores, running a 1.4 GHz clock (the Pro had an Intel Atom x5-Z8500 processor). It is equipped with an Adreno 510 GPU, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of memory storage (which can be expanded with microSD cards up to 128GB), and a USB Type-C connector.

The Yoga Tab 3 Plus has a WXQGA (2560 x 1600 pixels) resolution, and sports the familiar bottom cylinder, which houses a massive 9300mAh battery and enables a kickstand. Lenovo reps claim the battery provides 18 hours of juice, even watching movies in full resolution.

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Stunning New “Writable” Lenovo Yoga PC, Makes Apple Macs Look Like Yesterdays Technology | channelnews

Lenovo has used IFA 2016 to deliver a stunning new Yoga two in one notebook that makes Microsoft’s Surface and Surface book and Apple’s iPad Pro look like yesterday’s technology.The new 10.1-inch Yoga offering has three standout features, a touchscreen keyboard cover, that doubles as a drawing pad that can be laid flush against its screen, an add-on paper-like Create Pad to transfer written notes into the Yoga Book, and a Real Pen used to draw and write on both the cover screen and the Create Pad.

Source: Stunning New “Writable” Lenovo Yoga PC, Makes Apple Macs Look Like Yesterdays Technology | channelnews

Lenovo’s two new tablets include a lower-cost Surface Pro rival

Lenovo’s hoopla at IFA may be focusing on its creative-minded Yoga Book, but there are two new bread-and-butter tablets that are worth your attention, too. The 12.2-inch Miix 510 is a Surface Pro-alike for people who want a reasonably speedy 2-in-1 Windows tablet, but aren’t willing to pay a premium. It sports a lower-resolution display than the Miix 700 (1,920 x 1,200) and is both heavier (1.9 pounds without the keyboard attached) and thicker (0.39 inches), but it promises to be more powerful. You can have

Source: Lenovo’s two new tablets include a lower-cost Surface Pro rival