Game News · September 5, 2021 0

The Best School Tablets of 2020

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Tablets may not be the first thing you think of when it comes to helping with schoolwork, but they can actually be a great and practical alternative to school laptops or even Chromebooks for school.

Also, many educational software now run as a service, such as Google Classroom and BBC Bitesize, meaning you’ll only need a browser to access learning resources. You can also easily access other school essential software, such as an Office 365 subscription provided by the school, college, or university.

As a result, you don’t need a computing device with most hard drives, as most transactions are now saved in the online storage service in the cloud.

Here are the most suitable tablets for use in schools.


1. Amazon Fire 7

PROS:
  • Incredibly cheap
  • Versatile
  • Amazon services
CONS:
  • Limited apps

Amazon Fire is a very affordable tablet series that you can always consider buying. While some people may prefer the larger or HD versions, here we will recommend the simplest Fire 7 tablet because it is quite easy to use. Even better, it’s reliable and performs well in online tutoring.

Although it only comes with 1GB of RAM, the quadcore processor can handle any operation it needs to process in a short amount of time. It also comes with limited storage as standard with the only 16GB and 32GB versions, while there’s an SD card slot to expand it as needed.


2. Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite

Weight: 476g | Dimensions: 244.5 x 159.5 x 5.7mm | Operating System: Android 10 | Screen size: 10.4 inch | Resolution: 1200 x 2000 pixels | Processor: Exynos 9610 | Storage: 64GB / 128GB | microSD slot: Yes | Battery: 7,040mAh | Rear camera: 8MP | Front camera: 5MP

PROS:

  • Robust design
  • S Pen as standard
CONS:
  • Some issues with S Pen

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is a cheaper version of Galaxy Tab S6 and is quite suitable for school use. Keeping the price low rather than buying a smaller tablet makes it lack a few features.

Samsung hasn’t included a high-end chipset or big cameras in the device, but its low price means it’s pretty ideal for students. If you are confident that an Android tablet will do what you need, Samsung products are among the best on the market.


3. Huawei Mediapad T3 8-inch

PROS:
  • Good specs
  • Available for purchase
  • 8 inch screen

Huawei Mediapad T3 has an 8-inch display that allows for a little more work screen without much price increase over the Dragon Touch, making it a usable and inexpensive Android tablet for schoolwork.

Although it only comes with the standard 16GB internal memory, it has an SD memory card slot like most of the other tablets listed here. Also, another important feature of the tablet is its smart parental control.

Overall, it is a very successful tablet in terms of functionality and technical features.


4. Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0-inch

PROS:
  • Robust and reliable
  • Relatively cheap
  • Good specs

Samsung Galaxy Tab 8 inch, as the product title indicates, has an 8 inch display. This Samsung Galaxy Tab, unlike other tablets, comes with Samsung’s quality solid builds as well as its technical features. Although this is an older model, it’s still a great and reliable tablet for any schoolwork.

As with other Android tablets, there is access to the Google Play Store and the apps there, some of which may be useful in addition to existing web apps provided by the school.

Another thing that is particularly good about the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 inch is that its size is portable for kids.


5. iPad Mini

PROS:
  • Very strong
  • Apple Appstore
  • Works with Apple Pencil
CONS:
  • Expensive

The iPad Mini is probably the most expensive of the tablets listed here, but it’s also the best overall. Although there are larger and more famous series, we think the iPad Mini will probably be quite practical for school use.

Along with its powerful processor and powerful RAM to handle anything you can use, there are also camera or recording facilities that can easily come in handy for taking notes from a whiteboard or projector during class.

There is also a very high resolution true tone display, as well as a variety of storage options from 64GB to 256GB so that all images are clear and sharp. Overall, it’s a powerful tablet that complements the hardware well with the software options.


6. Amazon Fire HD 8 Plus

Weight: 355g | Dimensions: 202 x 137 x 9. 7mm | Operating System: Fire OS | Screen size: 8 inch | Resolution: 880 x 1280 | CPU: Quad core | Storage: 32GB / 64GB | Battery: Up to 12 hours | Rear camera: 2MP | Front camera: 2MP

PROS:

  • Wireless charging
CONS:
  • Poor screen quality
  • Not fast even with extra RAM

Amazon Fire HD 8 Plus is actually better than Amazon Fire HD 8 (2020). It has 3GB more RAM, supports wireless charging and comes with a faster charger than the standard Fire HD 8.

Among other tablets, Amazon’s ability to run all of its services efficiently is another advantage. Its affordable price and usefulness make it a must-have in this list.