Apple iPad (8th generation)
This year, Apple has done a job An entry-level iPad Even better. It now houses the A12 Bionic CPU, first seen on the iPhone XS, along with improved battery life. Basically, Apple gave it new interior items to match the updated design (and 10.2-inch screen) it received last year. Best of all, it’s still relatively affordable at $ 330 (and it’s often on sale for a lot less). Apple has clearly not forgotten the original iPad lineup, although it is overshadowed by it iPad Air is mid-range And strong iPad Pro.
The entry-level iPad has always been great as a tablet – its app library alone is enough to make it more useful than twice the price tag for Android menus. But this year he could handle some productive work without breaking a sweat. Just be sure to pack them Apple smart keyboard If you dedicate it to a writer.
Amazon Fire HD 8
If the iPad is outside your price range, it’s worth considering the only budget Android tablet which is a good thing: Fire HD 8. It’s only $ 90 with Amazon ads (or $ 105 ad-free), it supports all the media apps you want, and you can use it for Zoom’s never-ending call list.
It’s a pretty basic looking device, but this year Amazon says it’s 30 percent faster than before and offers 20 percent more battery life. The Fire HD 10 It’s also worth considering for someone who needs a lot more screen real estate. And for the guys, think Amazon $ 100 for Fire 7 Kids, Which offers free alternatives for two years, regardless of how you crack it.
Dell XPS 13
If you’re aiming to gift more than just a tablet, what about one of our favorite laptops, and it is Dell XPS 13? This year’s redesign gives it a virtually bezel-less display – just a gorgeous 13.3-inch screen that seems to float in the air. It has mastered Dell steadily XPS 13 Over the years, so it’s hard to find fault with anything at this point. It has a great display with support for Dolby Vision HDR, a spacious and comfortable keyboard surface, and all the power you want from Intel’s 11th-generation processors (along with some surprisingly capable graphics performance).
Sure, you’ll see brighter laptops, and a lot of cheaper ones, too. But the XPS 13 remains one of the most impressive laptops we’ve seen consistently, making it the perfect choice if you want to deliver something fast and reliable.
Apple MacBook Air
For Apple fans out there, the MacBook Air You look better than ever. This year, it comes with improved keyboards from Apple (nothing more of that flat and problematic nonsense), more storage in the base model, and a cheaper startup price. Oh yeah, it’s also incredibly light and elegant, to boot. It’s Apple’s best laptop for casual users – those who don’t need the power (and the extra heft) of a MacBook Pro.
The MacBook Air It is a reminder that Apple has effectively created the ultraportable laptop category. Consider it flexible – ultra-fine laptops manage to replicate the basic size and shape of air. But in many ways, he still looks like he’s in a class of his own.
ASUS Zephyrus G14
If you’re willing to brag a little for a player in your life, ASUS ROG Zephyrus G14 It is a great choice. It’s one of our favorite portable gaming PCs this year, thanks to AMD’s 4000 Series CPUs and the latest NVIDIA mobile GPUs. It also weighs only 3.5 pounds, which is a pound lighter than most ultraportable gaming consoles. Although it doesn’t have a webcam, we love it The overall package. It features a futuristic dual-tone design, a fast 120Hz display and optional LED lights on the back panel. It’s basically the very portable gaming laptop we’ve been waiting for.
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