Prime Day 2020 tablet deals: Save on Samsung and Amazon Fire tablets

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  • Amazon Prime Day brings excellent tech deals every year, so if you’re looking to buy a tablet, now is a good time to purchase one.
  • There are many deals on Samsung’s Android tablets this year, and while we’ve yet to find an iPad deal, we’ll keep looking, so check back here often.
  • Although Amazon is offering its fair share of discounts, Best Buy’s rival sale has even more worthwhile tablet deals right now. We’ve listed the best deals from all retailers below.
  • To find the best tablet for you, read our guides to the best tablets and the best Android tablets. 
  • Be sure to check out our guides to the best tech deals for more great savings.

Tablets span a wide range of prices — our top picks can cost

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Strong Tablet Stands to give you a clear view of the screen | Most Searched Products

Everyone loves to have an easy and comfortable way of using their electronic tablets. But unfortunately, such comfort does not come easily, and there is something important that needs to be bought for you to enjoy a beautiful and comfortable style of holding your tablet. To complete your home office, living room, or kitchen setup, you will probably need a tablet stand that supports the device and gives you a clear view of the screen. Here are the best stands that can help you in just about any situation.


This is the versatile tablet stand that may be used in various places of your choice. It is suitable for the tablet’s PC of 7 to 11 inches. It incorporates the adjustable angle which extends up to 180-degree offering you the easy view and possibly control it when watching videos and movies. Has two screws on either side typically to regulate

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Samsung Tab S7 Plus: The next level Android tablet

The pandemic may just have given tablets a new lease of life. People want them for work-from-home or for their kids to learn-from-home. As testimony, the two tablets Samsung just launched have apparently instantly sold out.

The Tab S7 and Tab S7 Plus were launched along with the Note20 series. One wonders why Samsung didn’t reset their numbers to 20 as well. Today, we’re looking at the Plus, which is a 12.4-inch device or more or less a laptop.

I’ve been following the Tab S series from the time it began and have one of my own from several generations ago: the Tab S3. I still use it but have long since given up comparing because this category of tablets has taken a different direction. The S3 was a lean-back tablet, but over the years, this tablet became taller, more landscape-oriented, and now is more like a notebook that can

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Larger tablets revive tablet PC market during pandemic

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The COVID-19 pandemic — and the ensuing lock-down throughout the world — has brought back a lot of things that had fallen a bit out of favor, like jigsaw puzzle family nights and drive-in movies. It’s also given surprising new life to the tablet PC market, which cratered several years ago, but has come back to life, according to a new research report from Strategy Analytics.

The tablet craze of the early 2010s waned as smartphones became bigger and more powerful while (usually) retaining pocket-friendly dimensions. But if you don’t need a device in your pocket because you’re stuck at home, and you’re spending hours working or learning at school remotely, then the larger screen a tablet provides becomes a valuable advantage again. As a result, Strategy Analytics says the tablet market is growing at the fastest rate we’ve seen since 2014.

Granted, that is expected to provide a mere

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Global Tablet Market Registers Growth For The First Time Since 2014

The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in billions of people going online for all their needs. With the recent shift towards working from home and remote learning, there has been a sudden spike in the demand for consumer electronics like tablets and laptops. The latest report from Strategy Analytics confirms the growth in the global tablet market share for the first time in the last six years.

In 2020, the global tablet market is expected to register a year-on-year (Y-o-Y) growth of 1-percent. A total of 160.8 million tablets are likely to be sold during this period. While the numbers don’t look that impressive, the tablet market has been suffering over the last few years.

10-inch plus tablets set to dominate the global tablet market

The pandemic is finally having a positive impact on the slumping tablet market. Perhaps best of all, most people are now opting for larger display tablets.

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JLT Mobile Computers Continues to Expand its Android Product Range with New Fully Rugged 7-inch Tablet

JLT MT3007A Fully-Rugged 7-inch Android Tablet

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Small, light, and powerful, the new user-friendly Android device is available for the US market and enables field service and warehouse workers to access important data and stay productive while on the move

Växjö, Sweden, 7 October 2020 * * * JLT Mobile Computers, a leading supplier of reliable computers for demanding environments, today announces an addition to its line of fully-rugged mobile Android devices for field workers in logistics, warehousing, transportation and other similarly challenging operating environments. Purpose-built from the ground up for the highest ruggedness standards, the JLT MT3007A 7-inch tablet features a high-performance Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 660 Octa-core processor behind a user-friendly Android 9.0 interface. Weighing in at just 550g (1.2 lbs), MIL-STD-810G rated, and SOTI MobiControl compatible, the MT3007A provides convenient enterprise mobility and is ideal for a wide range of tasks in the field.

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Samsung’s new Android tablet is a super-rugged device for the outdoors

If you’re after a quality Android tablet, then Samsung can usually offer what you need – but its new Galaxy Tab Active3 is something a little out of the ordinary, with extra ruggedness and features for computing on the go.

The gentle and delicate curves of the Galaxy Tab S series are replaced with a thick protective cover that meets the MIL-STD-810H military standard. Not only is the slate IP68 rated for waterproofing and dust protection – the norm for most Samsung gadgets – it’s also able to survive drops on to solid surfaces from up to 1.5 meters (nearly 5 feet).

Like the standard Samsung tablets and the Galaxy Note 20, the Tab Active3 comes with an S Pen stylus, only this one is waterproof and clips neatly into the protective cover. In another nod to outdoor workers, the 8-inch, 1,920 x 1,200 pixel LCD display has been designed

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Research Report on Laptop and Tablet Computer Exports in China: Analysis 2017-2020 & Forecasts 2020-2024 – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Research Report on Laptop and Tablet Computer Exports in China 2020-2024” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

According to the report, there are two categories of portable computers exported by China: Laptops and Tablets. From 2017 to 2019, China’s laptop computer export volume was relatively stable, maintaining at about 140 million units per year. At the beginning of 2020, the economy of various industries was generally hit by the COVID-19, but laptop exports increased by 9.46% due to the WFH (work from home).

Different from laptops, in general, the export volume of China’s tablet computers showed an overall downward trend. Besides the export price of tablets is lower than that of laptops, and it fluctuates more. In 2017, the average price of tablets was USD 168.82, and in 2018, it increased by 16.28% to USD 196.31. The average price in the first five months of

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China Laptop and Tablet Computer Exports Report 2020

DUBLIN, Sept. 22, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The “Research Report on Laptop and Tablet Computer Exports in China 2020-2024″ report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

According to the report, there are two categories of portable computers exported by China: Laptops and Tablets. From 2017 to 2019, China’s laptop computer export volume was relatively stable, maintaining at about 140 million units per year. At the beginning of 2020, the economy of various industries was generally hit by the COVID-19, but laptop exports increased by 9.46% due to the WFH (work from home).

Different from laptops, in general, the export volume of China’s tablet computers showed an overall downward trend. Besides the export price of tablets is lower than that of laptops, and it fluctuates more. In 2017, the average price of tablets was USD 168.82, and in 2018, it increased by 16.28% to USD 196.31. The average

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Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S7 tablets are like cheaper tablet versions of the $1,000 Galaxy Note 20, and you can preorder them now starting at $650

  • You can preorder Samsung‘s Galaxy Tab S7 and S7 Plus tablets starting on September 2 from Samsung’s website, Best Buy, and Amazon. The tablets will be fully available to buy starting on September 15.
  • The Galaxy S7 is the smaller of the two with a 11-inch screen and starts at $650.
  • The Galaxy Tab S7 Plus has a 12.4-inch screen and starts at $850.

Samsung’s high-end Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7 Plus tablets are now available for preorder from Samsung’s website, Best Buy, and Amazon.

The Galaxy Tab S7 and S7 Plus are direct competitors to Apple’s high-end iPad Pro tablets, and they come with competitive specs and price tags.Advertisement


The Galaxy Tab S7 tablets come included with Samsung’s S Pen stylus for drawing, note taking, and annotating pretty much anything on the screen. An optional keyboard cover for the S7 series called the Book Cover Keyboard
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