- What 10" tablet?
- Rusty MacSubscriber
As a user of a Nvidia Sheid, one of the big things that drew me to it a couple of years ago is that for the price i couldn’t find another tablet with HDMI out.
This means if there is anything you want to watch on a bigger than 8″ screen you can easily connect it to a bigger screen or monitor.Posted 2 years agocranberryMember
I have a Nexus 10 and it is so slow these days. My father has the 10″ Samsung and that has a fantastic screen and seems spritely – that is what I intend to get when my Nexus dies.
I’ve used an S2 and they are nice. The Tab S3 is out very soon, so there should be some cheap(er) S2’s knocking around soon as well, though maybe not in the OP’s price range.
EDIT – maybe of use to the OP:Posted 2 years agodonksMember
I just bought the Samsung galaxy tab S 9.7 which I wanted to replace its smaller brother but I have made a mistake here.
What I hadn’t realised was that the new screen format of 4:3 is shite for watching stuff on and as that’s pretty much all I do I’m very disappoint.
If fact the 8.4 tab I have works out just as big picture wise and when cast to the TV I get the full screen…. not the case with the larger tab, I get the awful letter box.
So lesson here is if it’s media you watch then opt for any 16:9 10″ tablet or suffer silly letter box view.
I now might get rid and get a 16:9 ratio but there doesn’t seem to be many with the spec of the Tab S out there.Posted 2 years agoCletusMember
I quite fancy a Lenovo YOGA Tab 3 Plus – currently £250 from John Lewis.
Snapdragon 652 Octa-Core
3 GB Memory
2560 x 1600 pixels
Up to 18 hours battery life
microSD card slot (up to 128GB)
Marketing bumpf re. sound.
The Yoga Tab 3 Plus delivers rich theater sound that you’ll rarely experience on any other tablet. The four integrated front-facing JBL speakers and powerfully immersive Dolby Atmos® provide loud, clear, and dynamic moving audio that flows all around you, putting you at the centre of the action–even without headphones!Posted 2 years ago
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