iPad Pro

  • The iPad Pro range arrived in 2015 for those who might be prepared to pay more for premium hardware. Now in 2018, the third-gen iPad Pros are here – and we've been testing out the new 11-inch iPad Pro to see what's new, whether it's worth your money, and whether it can really replace your laptop.
  • Alongside some new Macs, Apple has announced refreshed, new-look iPad Pros to follow on from the slates it launched last year. This year's batch bring with them improved screens and audio, much smaller bezels, and – just like the latest iPhones – Face ID and no Home button.
  • While Apple has yet to deliver a new high-end iPad this year, the company did add a budget-friendly tablet to its line. With this new member of the family (and the retirement of the iPad Air 2​ and iPad mini 2​), let's compare the features and specs of the four iPads Apple sells today.
  • Apple's new iPad​ marks a new budget-minded strategy for Apple's tablet line. The company still, however, has a high-end iPad in the 10-inch window. Let's compare the features and specs of the entry-level iPad and high-end iPad Pro 9.7​.
  • Samsung's newly unveiled Windows-running Galaxy Book tablet seems to be intended as a direct competitor to several popular 2-in-1 tablet/laptops. Here's how its specs and features compare with those of the iPad Pro.
  • Many people think of iPads when tablets come to mind, but there are plenty of worthy alternatives. The new Samsung Galaxy Tab S3, for example, is shaping up to be very similar to the 9.7-inch iPad Pro. Let's take a look.
  • Apple's iPad Pro is a very good tablet that can transform into a mediocre faux laptop. But with a total cost that starts at US$850 (iPad Pro 9.7​) or $1,070 (12.9-inch model​), you might be scouring the web for alternatives. We have some suggestions to save money, add versatility or perhaps both.
  • Tablets may have declined in popularity since they first hit the consumer electronics scene several years ago, but they're still the perfect device for certain lifestyles. Join New Atlas as we take a side-by-side look at this year's leaders.
  • To help you with buying decisions (especially holiday gift giving) we've rounded up the year's leading 2-in-1 tablet/laptop hybrids at a variety of price points. Let's take a closer look at these boundary-blurring convertibles.
  • Between homework, official university communication and entirely online courses, some degree of personal computing is necessary to get through campus life. So what’s best for a college student: a laptop, a tablet, a 2-in-1, or some other magical blend of devices?
  • ​Apple is a little late to the 2-in-1 party, but judging by iPad Pro sales figures the company is still playing an important role. But what about for you? Is the iPad Pro 9.7 worth considering as a Surface Pro 4 alternative?
  • When can you get away with jacking up the new iPad Air 3's price by US$100 over its predecessor? When you call it a new 9.7-inch iPad Pro, that's when! Apple today took the wraps off its new tablet, putting the 12.9-inch iPad Pro's features in a smaller package.