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There’s a reason why Samsung has put the “pro” moniker on its latest line of tablets, and it has everything to do with who the company thinks can benefit from using them. The Galaxy TabPRO 8.4-inch is the smallest of the new trio of Tabs, and while it may not have as much business-focused cachet as its bigger brothers do, it offers a unique experience for an Android tablet at this size and with this screen. If you’ve had your eye on a Samsung tablet already, this might be the one you’ve been looking for.
If a Kobo eReader isn’t what you’re looking for, an eReader tablet might fit the bill instead, which is where the trio of Arc tablets come in. While it’s true that an eReader is more focused on actually reading ebooks, a Kobo-flavoured tablet does that and gives you some of the frills you’d expect from an Android device. It’s a marriage that works pretty well, so long as you know what you’re getting from each one.
It’s only been recently that Kobo has tried its hand at making tablet eReaders to go along with its impressive line of standard eReaders. That might seem like a misnomer, especially since tablets have been forecasted by some to make eReaders irrelevant. But they haven’t, and instead, Kobo figures that the market that prefers to have a tablet experience can do so using one of its own. The Arc 10HD is the company’s prime tablet eReader, thanks to a high-res 10-inch IPS display and some good processing power under the hood. Is it a worthy alternative to the iPad and other Android tablets?
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