With the ever-competitive Christmas season just around the corner, many tech companies have been quick to unveil their latest creations that all aim to provide an innovative approach to how we enjoy the convenience of tablet technology.
Apple iPad mini 4
Few technology companies get the general public as excited as Apple. Their launch events are always a significant moment in the tech world, and this September Apple announced the launch of their latest tablet – the iPad mini 4.
Although the product wasn’t given a huge fanfare, it presents yet another glorious example of Apple’s design skills and forward-thinking innovation. The product boasts an ultra-slimline case that is just 6.1 mm thin, yet packs a powerful punch with the 64-bit A8 processor capable of handling the most data-hungry applications. This, when combined with the wonderfully clear and glare-free screen provides an appetising prospect for gamers who will be able to enjoy a wide range of games from sites like cad.SpinPalace.com without experiencing any slowdown in processing speeds.
The device also includes the latest iOS 9 operating system that delivers a range of helpful apps such as Notes, and the handy application-swipe function adds yet another layer of innovation to Apple’s revolutionary products.
HTC Nexus 9
For Android users, the HTC Nexus 9 offers a similarly advanced tablet. This provides a handily sized 8.9 inch screen and its front-facing speakers are slightly more user-centric than the iPad mini 4’s. The 64-bit processor also promises an equal power to the iPad, and the optional ability to include a detachable keyboard folio also adds a level of functionality for this impressive device.
Although the aesthetic considerations of the Nexus 9 might not quite match the sleek look of the iPad mini 4, its highly competitive price should ensure that Android users are happily served by tablets this fall.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2
Another one of Apple’s major competitors – Samsung – have been hard at work getting their latest tablet ready for a fall release. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 also promises an ultra-sleek look at just 5.6 mm thickness, and the Super AMOLED display has already gathered rave reviews for its natural and well-balanced graphical capabilities.
However, Samsung’s latest tablet doesn’t quite match the powerful iPad mini 4 in terms of processing power and battery, but the compromise may be welcome in terms of the lower price for accessing the slick Android operating system.
If you’re looking for the most powerful and sleek design, then the iPad mini 4 is hard to beat. But for Android fans, the offerings from Samsung and HTC look to provide seriously competition in this already-crowded marketplace.