2019 is probably one of the worst years for tablets. With phone screens getting bigger, people rarely need a tablet these days. So, many companies have actually stopped making tablets. But, some people still need tablets for maximum productivity on their work so, good productivity tablets still exist. In this article, we have listed the best tablets for productivity that you can buy in 2019.
1. iPad Pro (2018)
When it comes to getting the job done, there is no better option than the Apple iPad Pro. The latest 2018 models have those full screen like designs, the high-res displays with 120 Hz refresh rate, the A12X Bionic chip, 4GB & 6GB RAM options with up to 1TB of Internal Storage, Apple pencil support, a good rear Camera, big batteries, Stereo speakers, Cellular connection support (optional) & more.
The iPad Pro comes in 11-inch & 12.9-inch Display options and it costs kinda a lot for a tablet. But, for what it is & if you can take advantage of all that power, investing in an iPad Pro can be worth it.
2. Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 10.5
If you’ll like to do things in the Android ecosystem, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 (10.5 inches) should be the one you’re picking. It has a beautiful hi-res Super AMOLED display, Snapdragon 835, 4GB & 6GB RAM options with up to 256 GB of storage, Samsung Stylus support, good quality rear & selfie cameras, a big battery, quad Stereo speakers, Cellular connectivity & more.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 (10.5) is cheaper than all the iPad Pros so, it’ll save you some money if you want to go with it. But, it depends on if you prefer the Android ecosystem or iOS.
3. Microsoft Surface Pro 6
Well, all of those tablets cost as much or sometimes even way more than a good windows computer. So, how about a tablet that runs full-fledged Windows 10 on actual PC hardware? Well, the Microsoft Surface Pro 6 is the solution for that. It’s a 12.3-inch tablet that can even be used as a laptop if you add the additional type cover. It has a high-res display with a 3:2 aspect ratio, an 8th gen Intel Core i5 or i7, 8 Gigs of RAM, up to 1TB SSD, decent Front & Rear Cameras, Stereo speakers, Surface Pen & Surface Dial support & more.
If you want a full PC experience on your tablet, the Surface Pro 6 is definitely the best option you have. The starting price is close to the entry-level iPad Pro (11-inches) so, if you can get all your work done on Windows, you might get a way better value out of the Surface Pro.