Microsoft sells a host of Surface tablets, but the company’s Surface Go offers a nice mix of affordability and appealing features. The Surface Go has a 10-inch screen and both Wi-Fi-only and cellular connectivity, and runs on Windows 10, making it a great choice for both consumers and enterprise users. You can opt for between 64GB or 128GB of storage and the device can deliver up to nine hours of battery life on a single charge. Overall, the Surface Go is a great choice for Windows users who want additional flexibility than they’d get from a traditional notebook.Amazon’s Fire HD 10 is another great Android choice for those who want an Amazon-focused experience. It comes with a 10.1-inch screen and up to 64GB of storage. It comes in several different colors, including black and twilight blue, and has a battery life that can last up to 12 hours on a single charge.
Amazon’s Fire HD 10 is one of the more affordable in this roundup, making it an ideal choice for those on a budget. Be aware, however, that it only comes in a Wi-Fi-only model.Another great choice from Apple, > the company’s iPad is ideal for those who are already heavily invested in Apple’s technology and want a tablet. The device has a 10.2-inch screen and comes in Space Gray, Silver and Gold. It offers up to 128GB of storage and can be used both at home and on the go, thanks to its cellular connectivity support. The iPad is also one of Apple’s most affordable slates, making it an ideal choice for folks on a budget, or simply for those who want a new machine but don’t want to break the bank.
Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S6 is one of the more popular Android-based tablets in the world. And for good reason. It comes with a 10.5-inch screen and offers both Wi-Fi and cellular connectivity. The device offers stylus support, so you can digitally write on the screen, and with 128GB of storage, there’s plenty of space for storing content whenever you feel like it. In a bid to make the Galaxy Tab S6 a true notebook replacement, it also comes with a keyboard cover that features physical keys and a trackpad.You know a sunburn is not actually a burn, right? Not a burn such as you would get from acute exposure to a hot stove or an open flame. Sunburns are actually radiation damage caused by ultraviolet light. In the short term, this UV exposure causes redness, pain and peeling; in the long term, too much unprotected exposure to sunlight can lead to skin cancer.