Thanks to a new leak online, the name and specs for Microsoft's new Surface tablet have been revealed: The Surface Go. Starting at $400, the new tablet takes the Surface line in new direction, looking to compete more with the iPad.
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Don't call it a scaled down, bargain Surface Pro tablet. Apple’s iconic iPad will soon have some new competition. in the form of an upcoming 10 inch Surface tablet, priced to compete with the $329 iPad.
Microsoft is rumored to be developing a new range of Surface tablets to offer something to entry-level markets at around the $400 price point. The new devices will sport Intel CPUs and a 10-inch display.
According to the International Data Corporation, numbers for global tablet shipments have decreased. Shipments reached 31.7 million whereas 35.8 million units were shipped during the same quarter last year.
Your iPad sports a stunning 9.7-inch screen and you'll want it to stay that way. The best iPad (2018) screen protectors guard against cracks, scratches, and even smudging from your fingers. Check out our top picks here.
Acer formally introduced the Chromebook Tab 10, the very first Chrome OS tablet designed for students. The device sports a 9.7-inch screen with a QXGA resolution, 32GB of storage, and an included Wacom EMR stylus.