The 2021 iPad Mini 6, Apple’s smallest tablet, is easy on the hands, but not as easy on the wallet as the previous generation. That said, it offers a great deal of improvements and upgrades over older Mini models with a bigger display, Apple A15 CPU and a fresh design.
Microsoft Surface laptop Studio Review Laptop & Convertible Reviews | Microsoft Surface Reviews
New for 2021, this is Microsoft’s latest convertible laptop line for creatives. It has a 14.4” IPS 120Hz pull-forward display with support for the new Slim Pen 2. The design makes it easy to switch from laptop to tablet and tent modes. It runs Windows 11 on 35 watt Intel quad core i5 and i7 CPUs. The Core i7 has NVIDIA RTX 3050 Ti dedicated graphics for a nice punch.
iPhone 13 Pro & Pro Max Review Phone Reviews | iPhone Reviews
Apple’s 2021 iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max iOS 15 smartphones are on an “S” year, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a strong list of compelling improvements. We finally have a 120Hz OLED display along with the usual new gen CPU and improved cameras with Apple’s fun Cinematic Mode video.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 Review Phone Reviews | Folding Phone Reviews
For 2021, the Galaxy Z Fold 3, Samsung’s 3rd gen folding phone that turns into a 7.6” tablet becomes slightly more affordable and significantly more durable. The Fold 3’s inner display is 80% stronger according to Samsung and 29% brighter while the 6.2” outer display now runs at 120Hz. It has the latest hardware inside, including the Snapdragon 888 CPU.
Dell XPS 13 9310 Review Laptop Reviews | Ultrabook Reviews
The late 2020 Dell XPS 13 refresh sports the same design as the last gen model with updated internals. It hasIntel 11th gen Tiger lake CPUs with significantly faster Intel Xe graphics. It has a 13.4” 16:10 aspect ratio display, and color choices are the same as last gen. The XPS 13 has two Thunderbolt 4 ports, and your choice of full HD+ non-touch, FHD+ touch and 4K+ wide gamut touch screens.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 Review Phone Reviews | Android Phone Reviews
The Galaxy Z Flip 3, Samsung’s Android foldable flip phone, undergoes big changes for 2021. Samsung has increased inner display durability, enlarged the outer display to make it actually useful, added IPX8 water resistance, re-engineered the hinge, made it less slippery to hold while updating the specs with the lastest Snapdragon 888 CPU and 5G.
M1 MacBook Air & 13″ M1 MacBook Pro Review Laptop Reviews | Apple Reviews
The Apple Silicon ARM M1 processor is impressively fast, with speed rivaling much more powerful laptops. The entry level late 2020 M1 MacBook Air and 13″ MacBook Pro punch above their price tags, which isn’t something we often get to say about Apple products. They both have 16:10 aspect ratio IPS Retina display, up to 16GB RAM and very fast SSDs.
MSI GE76 Raider Gaming Laptop Review Laptop Reviews | Gaming Laptop Reviews
One of the fastest gaming laptops gets even faster with Intel 11th gen Tiger Lake H45 CPUs inside. We review the top of the line Core i9-11980HK overclockable model with a 165 watt NVIDIA RTX 3080 16GB GPU and a 360Hz full HD display. This is a 17″ laptop but there’s a 15.6″ model as well.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE Tablet Review Tablet Reviews | Android Tablet Reviews
The Galaxy Tab S7 FE, Samsung’s more affordable counterpart to the Tab S7+ starts at $530. it is a solid higher end Android 11 tablet for hundreds of dollars less than the Tab S7+ and iPad Pro 12.9”. It has 12.4” 2560 x 1600 TFT display, Wacom EMR S Pen with 4,096 pressure levels and tilt, and a huge 10,900 mAh battery.
Onyx Boox Note Air Review eBook Reader Reviews | E-Ink Tablet Reviews
This is a 10.3” e-ink eReader / tablet with a touch screen and pressure sensitive Wacom EMR pen. The Note Air is slim and light with a premium aluminum casing and color adjustable front lights. It has a faster than average processor for an e-ink reader so working with PDFs and note taking are responsive. It runs Android 10 with a custom UI and you can install apps from Google Play so you can use apps like Kindle and OneNote.
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