The new year is right up on us, and we bid adeaus to the year 2015 by listing the best of the tech and gadgets it gave us. This year, we witnessed the launch of some of the most powerful tablets ever.
Here is our pick of the 10 best tablets launched this year. Take a look:
Pure Android experience:
Google this year unveiled its first ever in-house designed and built tablet called Pixel C. This tablet features a 10.2-inch display and Nvidia Tegra K1 processor, and can be paired with an optional keyboard to double up as a laptop. The best part is that it runs raw version of Android, which has been modified to suit a tablet screen.
Biggest iPad ever:
Apple finally unveiled its biggest iPad ever a few months back. This 12.9-inch beast boasts powerful specs and brings Apple Pencil stylus compatibility. The iPad Pro sits between iPad and MacBook, and is good for those who want to do creative as well as product things on their device.
Best For Utility and productivity:
Microsoft's new generation Surface Pro tablet makes for a great tablet for it combines a good design with great hardware specs and productive software elements. The Intel Core processor powered tablet is good for those who want a Windows convertible.
A powerful iPad:
Apple iPad Air 2 brings welcoming upgrades and enhancements to work much better than last gen model. The tablet is undoubtedly a great product of 2015, even though it launched later in 2014 in India.
A beauty with brains:
This Android tablet from Sony is an awesome product of the year 2015, for it combines good looks with high-end specs. The Sony Xperia Z4 challenges the iPad Air 2 at its best.
Lenovo's powerful Yoga variant:
Lenovo launched its latest line-up of Yoga tablets, called the Yoga Tab 3 Pro, at the IFA 2015. This is a premium tablet that boasts a built-in 70-inch projector and is optimized for Netflix. It is designed beautifully and packs in great hardware.
Samsung gave more power to its bigger tablet
Samsung pushed screen sizes with the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 tablet that features 3GB of RAM and quad-core processor. Its support for the S Pen is its biggest advantage. Moreover, the tablet is loaded with productivity tools.
LG adds another Pad to G series
The LG G Pad flaunts a premium aluminium body, which gives it an edge over its rival with plastic shells. This made for a good Android alternative to Apple's iPad Mini.
A mini retreat:
Apple's new generation iPad mini brings some important upgrades. It is good for those who don't mind spending on a powerful handy tablet.
HTC and Google came up with a brilliant tablet
The Nexus 9 is another best Android based tablet of 2015. This HTC tablet has a great design and even better specs. You get a QHD display, an Nvidia Tegra K1 SoC, and purest Android experience, which make it a great tablet.