We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more. Tough spot The Android tablet market is a rather barren landscape, but all you need is one … Andrew Martonik 9 May 2017 40 I was late to the party, but eventually became a big fan of Google’s Pixel C tablet a handful of months after it was released. For all of its flaws in being heavy and inherently lacking app support, I loved it as an extra-portable backup computer with a really good keyboard and powerful internals. But the Pixel C is coming up on two years old now, and while it has aged pretty well, its flaws haven’t seen any remedy since release.Buy one Galaxy S10 or Note 10 and get one free at Verizon That has me looking for a replacement, and it seems the only reasonable option for this type of high-end, large tablet with a keyboard is Samsung’s new Galaxy Tab S3. Not only does the Galaxy Tab S3 have a similar form factor and feature set as the Pixel C, but it’s a modern device with a much better screen that weighs less and arguably has a better tablet-focused software. After using… Read full this story
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