Tablets are taking over, for good reasons.


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An underlying trend in the tech world is the increasing number of tablet purchases by both large and small organizations. An intuitive, adaptable, and sleek structure makes tablets one of the fastest-growing products in technology today. Over  57% of employees in US businesses, schools, and government agencies, use their personal devices each day, the case for these machines is compelling to say the least.

If you’re in need of a tablet that brings power to portability, you’ll want to get your hands on the iPad Pro 9.7 by Apple. Compared to the 12.9” version, this model’s smaller screen and powerful internal components represent a strong combination. Optional smart keyboard and pencil support features bring an extra level to user experience.

There are plenty of reasons to invest in the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, especially if a thinner and lighter design is on the wish list. Improvements upon its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S, include an upgraded interface and expandable memory. It’s also read-friendly, making it simpler to use from all angles. The Samsung Galaxy Tab E9.6 is another great, cost-effective option.

Can a tablet do everything a PC can do? That still may be up for debate, but one tablet that comes close is the Microsoft Surface Pro 4. A next-gen update to the Surface Pro 3, version 4 features powerful and power-efficient CPUs, expandable  RAM and SSD options, and a big, high-resolution display.

For a 2-in-1 solution, the detachable-hybrid HP Pavilion x2 is a great choice. Its attractive design, bright and compact IPS screen, and long battery life are notable improvements over its previous iteration. It is now possible to configure up to 8GB RAM and 256GB storage. The business set has also taken to HP’s ElitePad 1000 G2, a high-resolution solution that folds 180 degrees.