13 Best 10 Inch Tablets (2020)

The 2019 Apple iPad comes with numerous improvements over previous years, including a larger 10.2-inch screen, more RAM for better multitasking, and a Smart Connector port that works with the Apple Smart Keyboard. These improvements, in combination with the newly released iPadOS, make this entry-level iPad the best 10 inch tablet available today. 

The 2019 iPad is available in two storage capacities—32GB and 128GB—both of which can be purchased as Wi-Fi-only or cellular models. All four models are powered by a lightning-fast A10 Fusion chip, have up to 10 hours of battery life, and weigh slightly more than a pound (1.07 pounds for the Wi-Fi model and 1.09 pounds for the cellular model). 

One of the major upgrades in the latest iPad is the 10.2-inch screen, which is half an inch larger than last year’s version. The beefed-up screen is great for multitasking in iPadOS’s new Split View mode, which

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Save up to $50 ahead of Prime Day

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These are the best deals on Amazon Fire tablets as of Sept. 23:


Amazon Prime Day is still a few weeks away (or so we’ve heard through the grapevine), but some of the year’s best savings on the brand’s tablet lineup have already arrived.

Available at both Best Buy and Amazon itself, several Fire tablets from this year and last are on sale for up to 40% off ahead of the latter’s annual retail event. With discounts as high as $50, all of these devices are at or very close to their lowest prices ever. 

These tablets probably won’t sell out completely when Prime Day eventually rolls around, but we’d

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DTI eyes SRP on laptops, tablets

The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) is studying whether or not it should place a suggested retail price (SRP) on laptops and tablets, even though its latest review showed some popular brands have already cut prices on their own.

If ever, this would mark the first time that the DTI would impose an SRP on laptops and tablets, reflecting the change in the times as the pandemic left schools and offices no choice but to hold classes and mee­tings online and at home.

Ruth Castelo, who heads DTI’s consumer protection group, said they have submitted their recommendation to Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez, who would then have the last say on the issue. She declined to share the group’s recommendation in the meantime.

“We have made a study on this and found numerous variations in design, size, specification and source. Competition in the market is high and we have observed

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HongMeng OS high-end tablets coming this year? First phone arriving next year

Huawei’s Developer Conference will begin on September 10 and we expect big announcements from the manufacturer with a focus on software. While we are still a few days away from the event, some interesting details have surfaced in a new leak.

According to the leaker Teme (@RODENT950) who is known for his Huawei-related leaks, folks will be able to “try HongMeng OS high-end tablets this year”. Based on the phrasing, it appears users will just be able to run and test the new operating system on these select tablets and not that they will actually run it out of the box.

The tweet also revealed that the design for this year’s (high-end) tablets, which are most likely the successors to the

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Radio Frequency Front-end Module Market – Roadmap for Recovery from COVID-19 | Proliferation Of Smartphones & Tablets to Boost the Market Growth | Technavio

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Technavio has been monitoring the radio frequency front-end module market and it is poised to grow by USD 13.84 bn during 2020-2024, progressing at a CAGR of almost 12% during the forecast period. The report offers an up-to-date analysis regarding the current market scenario, latest trends and drivers, and the overall market environment.

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  • What are the major trends in the market?

    Commercialization of 5G networks is a major trend driving the growth
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Canntab Granted 1st US Patent Covering Multi-Layer (Bi-Layer) Tablets

TORONTO, Sept. 21, 2020 /PRNewswire/ – Canntab Therapeutics Limited (CSE: PILL.CN) (OTCQB: CTABF) (FRA: TBF1.F) (the “Company” or “Canntab“), the leading innovator in cannabinoid and terpene blends in hard pill form for therapeutic applications, is thrilled to announce that, pursuant to a filing made in March 2017, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has issued U.S. Patent No. 10,772,837 to Canntab, titled “Modified Release Multi-Layer Tablet Cannabinoid Formulations. The term of the patent expires on March 15, 2038.

Larry Latowsky, CEO of Canntab said “this is a major milestone that confirms our proprietary formulations are unique and differentiated from other product offerings in the global marketplace which will support a faster revenue stream as we begin production and distribution in the immediate future. This is the first patent that was issued to date out of the 13 that we have applied

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Tablets That Should Be on Every Kid’s Wish List

You’re never too young to learn how not to get addicted to electronic devices—especially ones that can connect to the Internet—but tablets have practical value for the underage. Sure, they can keep small children entertained for hours with games and cartoons, but there are also plenty of educational apps that can be used to prepare them for school and complement what older kids are learning in the classroom. Naturally, you’ll want one with good parental controls, and if you’re torn between a tablet with a 7″-to-8″ screen and one with a 10″ screen, remember that the smaller size will fit into little hands more easily. Once you’ve settled on a model, think about a child-proof protective case for it, just in case of accidents—and you know there’ll be accidents.



Tablets can be a great learning tool for kids of all ages.


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Tablets can be a great learning tool for kids of all ages.



a screenshot of a cell phone: This version, made for children, comes with a bumper case to protect against drop and bumps. On a full charge, itcan keep going for up to 13 hours.


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3 reasons you should try Bottle Bright cleaning tablets | Home and Garden



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Carrying a reusable water bottle or thermos is an easy way to cut down on paper and plastic waste in your everyday life but cleaning your reusable bottle can be a hassle. If you’re looking for a better way to clean out your reusable bottles, Bottle Bright cleaning tablets are the perfect solution. Here are 3 reasons they’re worth a try:

1) They remove stubborn stains and odors from reusable bottles.

The longer you use a water bottle or thermos, the more likely you are to face a problem with lingering odors or stains even after thoroughly cleaning with soap and water. These powerful

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Thyroid Drugs Recalled, Pose Risk to Newborns, Pregnant Women and Elderly

Thyroid drugs have been recalled after the manufacturer found they posed a risk to newborn infants, pregnant women and the elderly.



a close up of a coin: NP Thyroid 15mg and 120mg is being recalled by Acella Pharmaceuticals LLC


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NP Thyroid 15mg and 120mg is being recalled by Acella Pharmaceuticals LLC

According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Acella Pharmaceuticals, LLC, the manufacturer of NP Thyroid 15mg and 120mg tablets, has voluntarily requested the return of the drug due to sub potency of levothyroxnie. In some tests of the tablets, the company found that the levels were 87 percent lower than labelled.

In its announcement made on September 17, 2020, Acella Pharmaceuticals says that patients taking these drugs are being treated for hypothyroidism—an underactive thyroid. However, those who take the subpotent NP Thyroid could experience symptoms of this condition, which could lead to serious injury in newborn infants or pregnant women with hypothyroidism.

According to the recall, symptoms could include:

  • Fatigue.
  • Increased sensitivity to cold.
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