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The new iPad was announced yesterday and now that it comes with Apple Pencil compatibility, it might worth saving some money as opposed to purchasing the iPad Pro. Check out our initial impressions comparison between the two! More info - https://www.macrumors.com/guide/new-ipad-vs-ipad-pro/
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iPad Pro 2018 vs Surface Pro 6 source: techadvisor.co.uk Microsoft and Apple updated their tablets towards the end of 2018, but it was the new iPad Pro which received the biggest overhaul, with a new design, a USB-C port and an updated Apple Pencil – now with buttons. By contrast, Microsoft reintroduced the colour black as a finish and upgraded the Surface Pro 6 with Intel’s 8th-generation Core processors. Amazingly, it’s now Microsoft which uses a proprietary charging connector, not Apple.
Lenovo ThinkPad P1 vs. ThinkPad X1 Extreme: Which should you buy? Source: windowscentral.com The ThinkPad P1 sets itself apart from the X1 Extreme with optional workstation hardware — including a Xeon processor (CPU), NVIDIA Quadro graphics (GPU), and error-correcting code (ECC) RAM — and a long list of independent software vendor (ISV) certifications.
Microsoft Surface Book 2 review: the best Windows 2-in-1 Source: 91mobiles.com Having used Microsoft’s Surface Book 2 (13.5-inch model) for a little over a week, We can confidently say that it is the best 2-in-1 machine in the market. In fact, the Surface Book 2 (first impressions) is the only product which came eerily close to receiving the 5/5 rating after we put it through its paces. Although the laptop’s MRP isn’t for the faint of the heart, if you can stomach the Surface Book 2’s premium price tag, then by all means, go for it as the machine will not disappoint you.
2018 iPad vs. 2017 iPad: breaks down how the two tablets compare
Just days after revealing it at a press event in Chicago, Apple has launched its new budget-friendly iPad. At $329, it’s tied with last year’s model as the cheapest iPad on the market, but comes equipped with upgraded chips that make it speedier than the 2017 entry-level iPad. But is the performance upgrade enough to warrant a purchase?