Living in the 21st century and being surrounded with modern technology comes with a ton of amazing perks and benefits. Whatever we may need, there seems to be a gadget or an application for it. All it takes is a little bit of research and the answers are there. For those among us who like audiovisual entertainment, there has never been a better time to be alive considering the number of solutions you can reach for. However, you hardly need more of them than one if you know how to choose and more importantly, how to look.
In the article ahead we will be talking about the best tablets you should consider buying in 2021 if you are an audiophile. True fans of high-quality audio formats know the difference between good and bad sound design and playback. Not every tablet is capable of playing or recording the same quality of audio so as a professional you require something powerful and capable. There is nothing worse in modern times than being limited by the choice of your technological devices. Therefore, do not suffer any longer and choose wisely while browsing the offer.
Without any further ado, we will now talk about the best tablets for true masters of sound who want nothing but the best from their device. If you are interested in learning more about the best devices available and the technologies of the future, make sure to check out MaxworldPower.
1. Apple iPad Pro 2020 12.9”
Was there ever any doubt that the latest of the iPads will be among the very best tablets no matter what kind of list we are making? These devices are so good overall that you can do virtually anything on them at the highest of levels. In terms of audio, this tablet has one of the best speaker systems ever put on a mobile device. It is one of the selling points even due to the clear, clean, rich, diverse, and loud sound. The volume range is incredible and the sound is amazing even at the highest volume. Combined with a rapidly fast OS and an incredible battery life of 9720 mAh, you can never go wrong with an iPad. The worst thing about it, as always, is the price, which starts at some $1,000 for this model. You can choose between 128, 256, 512, and 1024 GB of storage, there are 6 GB of RAM, two rear cameras (12 and 10 MP) and one front camera (7 MP). The resolution of the impressive bright and responsive 120 Hz display is 2048 x 2732.
2. Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus
The leading Apple product is always up there with Samsung, and it can always be argued which one among them takes the cake. iPad has a slight edge over this Samsung Galaxy tablet in terms of specs, but the Korean company has always been more affordable. Their biggest advantage in terms of sound is the Dolby Atmos speaker system, slightly better even than what Apple did with their 2020 12.9” model. Therefore, it is amazing for movies, music, and games alike. There is no headphone jack (just like on the iPad), as is the industry standard with flagship models, but wireless integration solutions for your headsets and earbuds are seamless. The screen is 12.4 inches Super AMOLED 120 Hz, responsive, bright, and colorful. The HDR10+ makes things better for those who enjoy Samsung’s vivid colors over the blander Apple varieties. Storage and RAM variants are 128/6, 256/8, and 512/8, so choose according to what you need most. Cameras are 13 and 5 MP in the back, and 8 MP in the front. The batter is amazing at 10090 mAh, and the resolution is 1752 x 2800. This model will set you back around $650.
3. Microsoft Surface Pro 6
Slim, lightweight, and elegant, the sixth Microsoft Surface Pro tablet is all you need for a loud and clear sound no matter what you do. Windows 10 Home works seamlessly with the finger and the pen, there are plenty of storage choices with 128, 256, 512, and 1024 GB, and the battery is above-average for this tier with 5940 mAh. The rear camera is 8 MP and the front selfie camera brings 5 MP more. The choice of CPU also exists, as you can either go with the Core i5 and 8 GB RAM, or Core i7 and 16 GB RAM. It is not a small device either with its 12.3-inch LCD screen and a resolution of 2736 x 1824. The biggest downside of this device is the complete absence of a USB-C port. You can get an adapter as it does have a USB-A port.
4. Amazon Fire HD 10
It took a few tries before Amazon truly found its footing in the tablet game, but with their Fire HD 10 model they really scored big. For the fans of quality audio, there is not a lot that remains to be wanted if you choose to buy it. It is a more budget friendly option compared to the Apple and Samsung devices mentioned above, but it does not make you compromise on the quality. It has a headphone jack, it is a 10.1-inch device, and it only has 2 GB of RAM. Battery allows 10 hours of use with its 3830 mAh, and the storage choice falls down to very limited 32 or 64 GB models. The body is plastic, and the rear camera is only 2 MP, but you still get a nice resolution (1920 x 1200), all for a budget-friendly price of around $150.
Four More Tablets to Consider
If you need a few more choices before you make your final decision, check out these four as well:
- Lenovo Tab M10 Plus – 10.3 inches, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB Storage, 7 hours’ uptime
- Apple iPad Air (2020) – 10.9 inches Liquid Retina, 64-256 GB Storage, 28.6 Wh battery, 12 MP
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite – 10.4 inches, 4 GB RAM 64-128 GB, 8/5 MP cameras, 7040 mAh
- Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 (2020) – 10.4 inches, 3 GB RAM, 32 GB storage, 8/5 MP cameras, 7040 mAh