Top 5 Tablet in Singapore
A tablet is more of a compact version of a laptop and an advanced version of a smartphone. You can get all your day-to-day activities done with a tablet that you would do on a laptop. But since a tablet is lighter and more compact, you can easily carry it around.
We have picked out 5 of the best tablets in the market and made a list below. All of these tablets are from different brands and come with different features. Take a look and choose the one that can attain to your preferences.
1) Apple iPad 7th Gen (2019) WiFi Tablet
From one of the most well-renowned tech brands on the planet, take a look at this high-tech tablet. It comes with a 10.2-inch Apple retina display. It comes with a smart keyboard that can be converted into a cover whenever you want. Keep the screen from getting smudgy from your fingers since the tablet comes with Apple pencil. It can be used as a drawing tool and as well as a stylus. A high-quality chip is powering the tablet to ensure smooth and fast performance. It has an 8MP back camera for you to click pictures and record videos in HD.
Price: S$500 range
2) Xiaomi Mi Pad 4/ 4 Plus Android Tablet
The Mi pad 4 has an 8-inch display with a 6000mAh battery whereas the Mi pad 4 plus has a 10.1-inch display with an 8620mAh battery. They’re powered by high-quality snapdragon processors which are perfect to handle all your everyday tasks. The tablets have HD back and front cameras for taking pictures, shooting videos, and making video calls. You have a built-in Xiaomi game center where you can play a lot of cool games. It also has a private library where you can store your favorite books, important documents, and files to access them at any time.
Price: S$300 range
3) Samsung Galaxy TAB A
Samsung is offering you a tablet that is compact, slim, light, and very easy to carry around. It has an 8-inch large display with 1200x800p resolution. There are bottom-firing dual speakers for better sound quality. The tablet is powered by a 5100mAh non-removable battery. It has a 2GB ram and internal storage of 32GB. If you need more, you can use a memory card as external storage for up to 512GB. The tablet comes with an 8MP back camera, which has an auto-focus system and a 2MP front camera. You can record 1080p videos at 30fps.
Price: S$250 range
4) Lenovo Tablet E8/E10
The E8 and E10 tablets from Lenovo come with 8-inch and 10-inch HD displays respectably. They have 2GB ram with a 16GB internal storage. The storage capacity can be extended up to 128GB with an SD card. The tablets are pretty slim and portable. They are easy to carry around and you can put them in your backpack without any hassle. The IPS HD display is pretty sharp and provides popping visuals that are perfect for streaming content. They have Dolby Atmos technology so enjoy a surrounding high-quality sound system with your media contents. The E8 is powered by a MediaTek chipset whereas the E10 is powered by a Snapdragon chipset. You can choose one depending on your preference.
Price: S$200 range
5) Amazon Kindle Fire HD8 Tablet
Amazon is offering you a vibrant 8-inch display which is more than enough for any media consumption or reading PDF files. It has up to 10 hours of battery life. The 2MP rear camera allows you to take quality pictures and record videos at 720p. The tablet has the AI Alexa program built-in so you can operate it without using your hands. The voice navigation of Alexa is very fast and accurate so you can just tell the tablet what to do. You can use this tablet for your everyday no matter what type of user you are, heavy of light. It won’t disappoint any category.
Price: S$150 range
Tablet Maintenance Guide
For an electronic product like a tablet, proper maintenance is necessary to ensure maximum and long-lasting service.
These types of devices need other accessories like a USB cable, charger, power cord, stylus pen, etc. to run properly. To keep your tablet safe, don’t use anything that the manufacturer wouldn’t recommend and is not compatible with your tablet. For example, don’t use a charger that isn’t compatible with your tablet since it can damage the internal power circuits or if you want to use a stylus pen, using one that isn’t recommended by your manufacturer might damage the display.
Keep water as away from your tablet as possible. Even if your manufacturer claims your tablet to be waterproof, it would be foolish to try washing it with water. Make sure your hands are dry whenever you take your tablet in hands.
Optimize your apps properly to keep the storage in your tablet free since it needs to breathe. If you keep installing unnecessary apps, it will take over the ROM and put pressure on the RAM which will decrease your tablet’s performance over time. So only install the apps you need and keep trying to keep the RAM as free as possible.
To keep your tablet clean, you can use normal glass cleaner products to wipe over the display and the body. But don’t spray the liquid directly onto the device, take a soft and clean cloth. Spray very little glass cleaner onto the cloth and wipe over the tablet with it. It will reduce the fingerprint smudges to a minimum and prevent dust from building up.
Don’t use any harsh cleaning products or water to clean your tablet. Keep it dry and in a cool place all the time. If you do face any issue with the device, take it to the service center instead of trying to fix it yourself.
Hopefully, one of these tablets was able to catch your eye. Pick the one you feel is perfect for your tasks and look for it in the market when you go out shopping for one.