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As a curious mix between smartphones and laptops, the tablets offer you the compact form of latter while enjoying the benefits of the former. In other words, the tablets are highly versatile companions that you can rely on to do a huge variety of tasks. Read more about tablets in the Philippines below to find out.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S3
From ₱ 37,990.00
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The Samsung Tab S3 features a 9.7 inches super Amoled capacitive touchscreen display with the resolution of (1536x 2048) pixels. It runs on Android OS 7.0 (Nougat) and is powered by 2.15 GHz Quad-Core Processor and has a 4GB RAM and 32Gb internal memory expandable up to 256Gb via microSD card slot. The device is designed for comfort and convenience with its size making it an easy grip. It fits nicely in your hand and boasts a nice glossy finish. It comes with a non-removable Li-Ion 6000mAh battery and connects to 2G, 3G, Gsm, Hspa and LTE networks as well as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Mobile Hotspot/Tethering and Gps. The Samsung Tab S3 has a primary 13Mp main camera with Autofocus, LED flash Digital Zoom, Touch Focus, Face detection, Geo-tagging, Scene Mode, and Self-Timer. Its 5MP front camera makes it a good selfie phone. This tablet can capture 2160p high definition video with its primary camera. In terms of productivity features, the Samsung Tab S3 comes with Digital Clock, Calculator, Calendar, Clock, Notes, Alarm, Reminders, Phonebook and Social networks in Phonebook, Wallet and a To Do List . The Samsung Tab S3 boasts a couple of GPS and Navigation features and services where you can check out public transportation routing guides, routing options and save favorite destinations as well as view offline maps, share and get directions to places and free turn by turn walk navigation. OS: Android OS, 7.0(Marshmallow) Sim: Nano SIM CPU Speed: 2.15 GHz Quad-Core Processor Storage: 32Gb Ram: 4 GB External Storage: MicroSD support up to 256Gb Display Size: 9.7 inches display Resolution: 1536 x 2048 pixels Main Camera: 13MP, f/1.9 ,27mm, autofocus, Led flash Front Camera: 5Mp, f/2.2, 23mm, 1080p Features: Bluetooth, WiFi, Gps, Hotspot/Tethering Battery: Non-removable Li-Ion 6000mAh battery Dimensions: 237.3 x 169 x 6 mm Weight: 429 g Read more

Top Tablets Price List 2018

Top 10 products Price Store
Apple iPad Pro ₱ 45,376.00 Personal Digital
Apple iPad mini ₱ 9,437.00 Galleon
Apple iPad mini 4 ₱ 16,492.00 Amazon
Apple iPad Air 2 ₱ 22,401.00 Personal Digital
Apple iPad mini 2 ₱ 12,699.00 Takatack
Apple iPad Air ₱ 16,235.00 Amazon
Samsung Galaxy Tab A ₱ 9,049.00 AliExpress
Microsoft Surface Pro ₱ 45,414.00 Personal Digital
Lenovo Yoga Book ₱ 21,275.00 Lazada
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 ₱ 37,990.00 Lazada
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Apple iPad Pro

Cheapest at Personal Digital ₱ 45,376.00 Go to Shop

How to Choose the Ideal Tablet

Nowadays, owning a tablet has been considered as a necessity as it proves invaluable when it comes to accomplishing a huge variety of tasks. However, it can be very overwhelming to pick a particular tablet because there are just too many of them. Thankfully, this is an easy guide that can help you choose the ideal tablet that suits you.

Your Intended Purpose of Tablet

Obviously, you need to decide how you plan to use your tablet before going to buy it. First, you can begin to figure out what matters to you and write it down. This will be more helpful that you may have thought as it really narrows your search and other choices. In fact, what you expect from your future tablet will determine which tablet model that you will get. Among the tasks that you can do with your tablet is typing documents, reading articles, editing pictures or videos, and others. Furthermore, you can also decide whether you need a keyboard, a stylus, a webcam or other accessories. If you want to make your tablet even more versatile, you can take a look at phone & tablet accessories.

Decide on Your Operating System

Once you have a rough idea of an ideal tablet, the next step is to choose and decide on your operating system. Basically, the operating systems for tablets can be divided into three types: Android (Google), iOS (Apple), and Windows (Microsoft). It is highly recommended that you choose the tablet that uses the same OS like your smartphone. This will make it easier for you to get familiar with the tablet's OS since you have already got used to it earlier. As a matter of fact, this also allows you to connect your devices easier so that you can share things between them. It will prevent other issues such as incompatibility and others.

What You Can Expect From Different Operating Systems

The Android OS has been said to be the most popular operating system in the world due to huge numbers of devices which can run it. Although it used to be clunky in terms of performance and experience, numerous updates have transformed the Android OS into an amazing operating system.

Android OS

Fascinatingly, the Android OS also supports multiple user logins for one device. It allows seamless integration with your own Google account and Play Store purchases. Another reason of its popularity can be attributed to the fact that it can be modified by certain manufacturers or brands to fit their products. As such, you will have tons of choices when it comes to getting an Android tablet. Most importantly, you will be excited to find that the Android tablets are cheaper than both iOS and Windows tablet.

Apple iOS

Known for its minimal elegance, the iOS is popular among its users for its intuitive interface. This easy-to-use interface makes sure that your experience will be super smooth and highly responsive. Once you get a hang of it, you will be surprised to discover how it intuitive it is. Needless to say, the iOS is the same one that you can see from other products such as the groundbreaking iPad. Within iOS, you can also expect seamless integration with OS X and iTune purchases. If you own one or several Apple products, you can use iMessage to send a message for free across all Apple devices.

Microsoft Windows

Before iOS and Android, most people are familiar with the Windows OS especially when you have been using PCs or laptops. However, the Windows OS does not boast as many tablet models as iOS and Android. Despite this, the Windows tablets are what you need if you expect to use a lot of Windows and Microsoft products. In some Windows tablets, they give you the advantage of having full version programs like in the computers. Unsurprisingly, most Windows tablets come with detachable keyboards to make your tasks easier. If you have a Xbox, the Windows tablets can pair well with it and you can use Xbox Smartglass to use your tablet to play Xbox games.