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Large screen tablets
#46
(12-18-2020, 07:51 AM)otnt Wrote: New Android 10 tablet available.
Lenovo Tab P11 Pro:
- 11.5-inch OLED 2560 x 1600 display (16:10 ratio)
- fingerprint sensor
- optional stylus supports 4096 pressure levels
- 15 hours, 8600 mAh battery that supports QC 3.0 fast charge
- 485 grams
- $499

got this one and it is really good.
still satisfied after 10 mo of using it
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#47
(10-01-2021, 05:40 PM)cometogether Wrote:
(12-18-2020, 07:51 AM)otnt Wrote: New Android 10 tablet available.
Lenovo Tab P11 Pro:
- 11.5-inch OLED 2560 x 1600 display (16:10 ratio)
- fingerprint sensor
- optional stylus supports 4096 pressure levels
- 15 hours, 8600 mAh battery that supports QC 3.0 fast charge
- 485 grams
- $499

got this one and it is really good.
still satisfied after 10 mo of using it

Good to hear, however there are now even better choices:
HP Chromebook x2 11 (with 3:2 ratio) or 12.4-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ or Galaxy Tab S7 FE (both 16:10 ratio).
There's also upcoming large new Samsung 14.6-inch Tab S8 Ultra tablet.
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#48
I'm fairly satisfied with my Galaxy Tab S7 FE but I find its display slightly less powerful than Gataxy Tab S4 (10.5"). Also, it has a slightly poorer viewing angle. It may not be a big deal but I couldn't help noticing when switching between the two tabs.
Johan
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Samsung Galaxy Note S7FE (T733) 12.4", Android 11.0, AirTurn Duo & Digit.
Samsung Galaxy Note S4 (T830) 10.5", Android 10.0 (non-MSPRo, backup).
Samsung A3 (A320FL), Android 8.0.0 (emergency).
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#49
Try a search on capacitive stylus. I've been looking at them but haven't tried one yet. I think I will try to find one in a store so I can try it out on my tablet.
Dell Latitude 13.5" 2-in-1 Win 10, ver 19.--
Samsung Note Pro SM-P900 12.2 Android 5.0.2
Asus TF700T, os = CROMi-kk_R1 KitKat-4.4.4r2-CM11-US DEODEX, Based on Android 4.4.4
Nook HD+ OEM
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#50
(12-27-2013, 08:36 PM)BandLeader Wrote: Has anyone got advice on buying Tablets with screen size 11" or greater. My eyes aren't good at reading scores on small screens.

Anyone heard of this tablet? Hannspree launches a 13-inch tablet on a 7-inch budget http://betanews.com/2013/11/12/hannspree...ch-budget/

In the past I have bought cheap tablets that have proved unreliable so I am a little cautious about wasting money again.

I have found a solution to not use iPads. I have looked at legacy touchscreen laptops. 3:2 or 4:3 aspect display is needed. The only cost effective machines are Chromebooks now. The Acer 13.5 713 spin has the right aspect and at $400 on eBay cost effective. The keyboard flips around and you use it like a tablet or not. 64gig is plenty for what we are doing and you don't have to spend a thousand bucks on an iPad. I have Mobilesheets on PC, android and Chrome. All work great and with a foot pedal. My other machine is a Lenovo X61. it's 4:3 aspect also works for music. Not sure which is best but both work. Maybe I should do a side by side. The X61 cost $150 used on eBay. It's new price was over a thousand dollars 12 years ago. It is running windows 10. It is also cost effective to use larger flip type machines but the 16:9 waste a lot of space on the bottom of the display. You have to get into 14" or larger machines ...14" is the first display I bought for my wife and she thinks it's too small. The X61 has a built in stylus. Many different stylus are available for Chromebooks but the cheap ones don't provide pointed stylus. Anybody found a solution to the blunt stylus?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZwrphKdrUrs
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