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Political opinion polling using tablet application

Candidates and their teams are constantly working to better understand the thoughts, motivations, and opinions of voters – and there’s no better place to do that than at campaign rallies and party events. While political opinion polling traditionally employed the use of pen and paper, relying on respondents to answer numerous questions put to them by a stranger, and depending on data entry volunteers to compile and translate all of the data later, tablet rentals and kiosk rentals are making the task less time-consuming and stressful. Read on to learn more about how tablet rentals and kiosk rentals make it easier for political campaigns and volunteers to conduct political opinion polling at rallies and party events. Make tracking data easier with Android or Apple applications!

Political opinion polling using tablet application

Roaming the crowd

For campaigns with a team of volunteers ready to hit the ground at campaign rallies and party events, tablet rentals allow participants to quickly and easily enter their responses to questions without your team members having to keep track of stacks of questionnaires. Our tablet rentals can even be preloaded with your voter polling software to allow for faster deployment. 

For polls with more than just a few questions, our iPad Pro rentals offer a large display that makes answering dozens of questions easier. For ease of portability, iPad Mini rentals allow your volunteers to quickly conduct political opinion polls at your events. Check out Explore Your Bid for Office with iPads and iPhones to learn more about how mobile options can help your team connect with voters. 

Self-serve options

When voters are approached directly by campaign workers or party affiliates with survey questions, they are less likely to give a true account of their opinion. Using self-serve options to conduct opinion polling allows campaigns to collect less biased opinions from those attending their party events and campaign rallies.

iPad kiosk rentals allow your respondents to give their true and anonymous opinion about the candidate, policy, platform, or party action. Setting up multiple iPad kiosk rentals near the entrance and exit points of your event allows attendees to participate in your opinion polls at their own pace – without pressure or unwanted attention. Read 4 Reasons iPad Rentals are Great for Marketing and Branding to learn more about using iPad rentals in polls and marketing. 

Offer some incentive

Sometimes getting campaign and party event attendees to participate in opinion polls is more difficult than you’d think. While paying attendees to participate in political opinion polls is frowned upon, offering some incentive can help you get a greater response rate. 

Charging station rentals can be outfitted with interactive iPad screens that allow attendees to complete political opinion polls while charging their cell phones or other mobile devices. Our charging station rentals also include a fully customizable wrap that be printed with your campaign’s logo or other messaging. Read Power Up Your Event with Charging Station Rentals for even more ideas for including charging stations at your event venue. 

Charing station rentals pair well with tablet kiosks, and are great for creating branded event experiences.

Fully customizable

All of our kiosk rentals are fully customizable with your campaign’s logos. From kiosks to tables, and lockers, you can outfit your opinion polling station with your candidate’s logo or campaign message. The interactive touch screen on top of the kiosk can even be used to display your social media channels or latest campaign videos. 

Rentacomputer.com can meet all of your campaign’s computer and event equipment rental needs. From social media walls and RFID printers to WiFi hotspot rentals and iPad rentals, we have the equipment you need and our skilled technicians ensure that all of your event technology rentals are delivered and properly set up. We can even work with your venue to ensure that all of your rentals are compatible with existing on-site equipment. Get a quote for all your equipment rental needs today!

Are you thinking about a kiosk, charging station, or photo booth rental? Tech Travel Agent Randy Moore specializes in event technology solutions including kiosks, tablets, and much more. Randy can answer any questions you have about the kiosk, charging station, or photo booth renting process. Contact Randy today at 1-800-736-8772 ext. 225 or fill out a fast, easy online quote form.

 

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Buzztime Rugged tablet rentals

Want to give your guests the opportunity to engage with your event through interactive games and apps without worrying about damage to your rental devices? Buzztime Rugged Tablet rentals are damage resistant and built to withstand drops, bumps, and spills–with the power and reliability needed to run your gaming and video apps. Learn more about how Buzztime Rugged Tablets let you keep your guests engaged without worrying about damage.

Buzztime Rugged tablet rentals

Don’t get swept away by the crowd

Able to take some abuse and keep on ticking, Buzztime Rugged Tablet rentals are ideal for trade shows and conventions. When you need a mobile solution that can stand up to rough use, these tablet rentals offer the protection you need without sacrificing quality. 

For your next product launch, trade show, or conference, Buzztime Rugged Tablet rentals are the perfect choice for vendors concerned about durability. Unlike iPads and Android tablets, Buzztime Rugged Tablets are less susceptible to damage from drops or spills. Your rentals can be preloaded with custom in-house software or apps that allow your attendees to view and interact with video or games. When you’re dealing with a crowd, keeping your devices charged is always a concern. That’s why our Buzztime Rugged Tablet rentals can be paired with either a single or ten-unit slide-and-go dock charger. 

The go-to device when you’re on the go

When you need tablet rentals that can go wherever you go, Buzztime Rugged Tablets offer durability you can rely on. For your team conducting market surveys in the field or taking opinion polls at a festival, a tablet that can stand up to bumps and drops is essential. 

With its touchscreen functionality and damage resistance, Buzztime Rugged Tablet rentals allow your survey takers to quickly and easily collect answers to their questions and get gather data without worrying about the respondents dropping or damaging the tablet. Check out Mobile Solutions Make Conducting Marketing Surveys Easier to learn more about using tablets and other mobile solutions make it easier to collect data. 

Designed with toughness in mind

When you’re working in a tough environment like a construction site or a crowded trade show hall, you need a tablet that can meet your performance demands while standing up to some rough handling. Buzztime Rugged Tablets are built to survive in harsh conditions without sacrificing power. 

Rugged tablet rentals for construction managers

Construction managers who need to gather and report the progress of projects on-site know the perils of using traditional tablets in these situations. Dust, rain, and drops can render a traditional mobile device useless due to damage. Buzztime Rugged Tablets are designed to stand up in these severe environments. Thanks to their water-resistance, your Buzztime Rugged Tablet won’t even skip a beat if you get caught in a downpour while on the job site! Equipment for Construction Site Offices offers even more tips for computer rentals you may need for your construction site. 

We’ve got you covered

With Buzztime Rugged Tablets, you can easily provide the interactive experience you’ve been searching for with the added security of knowing that your device is resistant to the kinds of damage that often put traditional tablets out of use. 

Want to use iPads or Microsoft Surface Tablets at your next event, but worried about possible damage? Rentacomputer.com offers insurance on all of our rental devices. So whether you rent tablets, laptops, and other equipment from Rentacomputer.com, we’ve got you covered. 

When you rent from us, you get the best equipment and top-of-the-line support. Our trained technicians deliver, set up, and prepare all of your Buzztime Rugged Tablet rentals so that you and your event planner can focus on delivering the best experience for your event attendees. Our agents coordinate all the logistics of delivery and installation and can have techs on call to troubleshoot and fix any problems that may arise with your rental technology. Get a quote for your Buzztime Rugged Tablet rental today.

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Judges holding up digital scores
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With spring in the air, large scale competitions and fairs are just around the corner. From wines and craft beers, to dog and animal shows, to pig and cow judging at county fairs, being a judge for various competitions takes dedication, passion, and more than a little organization. We recently received a request for iPad rentals from the organizers of a cheese contest and a wine contest where all entries will be evaluated through an app, eliminating the need for pencil and paper judging and making final tallying easier when it’s time to announce the winner. Here are just a few ways that our tech rentals can make judging easier for your upcoming competition.

There’s an app for that

Remember, you don’t need to reinvent the wheel when deciding to integrate technology into judging your competition. Your app can even do double duty allowing your event attendees to see standings in real-time, as well as having a schedule for each upcoming section of your competition. Additionally, many questions that attendees or participants may have can be answered through the app – saving your team valuable time on competition day!

For beer judging competitions, BJCP Styles app puts the Beer Judge Certification Program style guidelines at your judges’ fingertips, allowing them to effectively and professionally compare beers of the same style. The BJCP style guidelines are an international standard and using the app puts everyone on the same page from the start of judging.

Planning a car show competition? The eJudged app was built by a group of auto builders and enthusiasts to create a seamless, paperless judging process that makes the judging process easier and faster for promoters, judges, and the audience.

No matter what’s being judged at your event, there is probably already an existing app that you can use to make judging on an iPad, tablet, or smartphone easier.

Judging made easy

When your panel of judges are carting around clipboards and numerous pieces of paper during judging, it can make keeping track of everything much more difficult than it needs to be. Once you’ve found the right app for your event, it’s time to give your judges the tech tools they need to get the job done.

Putting an iPad Pro rental or Samsung Galaxy tablet rental into their hands lets your judges focus more on the competition than on juggling stacks of tally sheets. Especially in fast-paced competitions, judging on tablets allows judges to quickly compare scores and identify any scoring errors in real time. Learn more about how technology rentals make hosting and judging competitions and tournaments easier.

Attendee favorites

Judges holding up digital scores

While your judges have final say in who takes home the awards in your competition, there’s something to be said for getting attendees involved in picking the “Fan Favorite”. Having a section of your app set aside for fan favorite judging instantly creates the opportunity for greater engagement.

Your app can be free for attendees to download (consider having a simple QR code at the entrance to your event or at each station), but you’ll get greater participation if you post voting kiosk rentals at each booth or sporadically throughout the competition site. For fan judging, keep it simple. An easy star rating system allows guests to quickly enter their scores before moving on to the next station.

A great bonus? Allowing attendees access to the app gives you the opportunity to capture contact information like emails for future mailing lists and can give you a better idea of event attendance numbers.

Interested in attending some exciting competitions this year? Here are just a few of the events that should be on your radar.

US Championship Cheese Contest

Cheese connoisseurs from across the country descend on Green Bay, Wisconsin every other year for the United States Championship Cheese Contest. As the premier technical cheese, butter, and yogurt competition, the Contest strives to identify and amplify the profile of the winners.

New York International Wine Competition

Downtown New York City plays host to the New York International Wine Competition every year and relies on the unique knowledge and experience of industry experts. What makes this event truly unique is that only wine trade experts, like retail store buyers, sommelier, distributors, and importers, are allowed to join the blind judging panel. With their frontline experience with consumers, these professionals are able to bring an element of real-world expertise to judging that other judges may lack

Great American Beer Festival

Recognized as symbols of brewing excellence, the gold, silver, and bronze awards given out by judges at the Great American Beer Festival in Denver, Colorado identify the top three beers that represent the best in beer styles from around the world. A huge bonus for beer lovers? The Festival is also the largest beer tasting in North America!

Equip your judges

Equip your judges with tablets to save time and stress

Need to rent tablets, iPads, or smartphones for your next competition?  No matter how many tablets you need, Rentacomputer.com has all the latest models of tablets and iPad products to meet your competition needs. Just let us know what gear you need, and our technicians will arrive to deliver and set up all of your equipment. Get a quote for all your tablet rental needs today!

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Best Small Tablets for 2018

March 23rd, 2018 | Posted by rreeve in Android | Apple | Tablet - (0 Comments)

A good tablet should offer its users a larger display than a smartphone, and more portability than a laptop. Tablets make for great kiosk displays, and custom software can often be loaded onto a tablet rental before an event that requires a lot of small screens in a whole lot of places.

 

A lot of recently produced  tablets have been transitioning to the two-in-one tablet design, where tablets often have their own detachable keyboards and maybe even have a stylus to make the tablet a more versatile, multi-purpose, laptop-like device.

 

While being able to use your tablet as a mobile typing-capable workstation is nice, sometimes you may just need portable rental tablets for your convention (maybe you have various workshops scattered throughout the building that your attendees need to take devices to), or if you are thinking more personally, maybe you just want a small device you can take on the plane to read your books on or watch your shows while you travel.   

 

Whether you are looking for portable tablets to rent for a business event or if you are looking to buy a portable tablet that you can take with you on vacation, here is a list of the five best small (9 inch displays or smaller) tablets on the market.

 

  1. iPad Mini 4

 

While I am not an advocate of Apple’s OS on desktops and laptops, I can strongly endorse the stability and ease of use of its mobile iOS system. The iPad Mini 4 encapsulates Apple’s iOS in a 7.9 inch display that offers a brilliant resolution. As with most new Apple technology, the iPad Mini 4 also boasts two excellent cameras.

 

  1. Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8

The antithesis of Apple’s  white iPad Mini, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8 is a sleek black device with an 8 inch display. The device’s super AMOLED display makes it quite the looker. For anyone looking to purchase a small tablet for themselves, this tablet also features a custom fingerprint scanner that you can use as a login security measure.

 

  1. Huawei MediaPad M5 8.4

New tablet launches are scarce, but the Huawei MediaPad M5 is just that. The upcoming MediaPad M5 is a followup to the MediaPad M3, which was a widely praised Android tablet.

 

The M5’s screen has a 2560×1600 resolution and a 16:10 aspect ratio which makes it a great device for watching videos on. However, there is one massive drawback which also makes it not really all that great for video watching if you don’t have the proper adapter: the M5 does not have a traditional headphone jack. If you need a device that is headphone compatible without an adapter, maybe consider looking for a different device first.

 

  1. Asus ZenPad S 8.0

The third Android tablet on our list so far, the Asus ZenPad S 8.0 is a good alternative to the MediaPad M5 if you are looking for a similar device that actually has a headphone jack. Yes, that is a big deal to me if you couldn’t already tell. The ZenPad has an 8 inch display, a 1536 x 2048 resolution, and an average battery life of eight hours.

 

  1. NuVision 8” Tablet

 

While maybe not as deserving as some other options to be on this list, the NuVision got a spot because it is unique and it fills a void in the tablet market. The NuVision is a tablet that runs on Windows 10, has an 8 inch display, and a 1920 x 1200 resolution.

 

If you need a tablet with the windows OS, the NuVision series of tablets may be your best hope for a while if you are still looking for a small, portable device.

 

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Features Brought in with iOS 11

December 15th, 2017 | Posted by rreeve in Apple | iPad - (0 Comments)

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While iOS 11 launched in September, there are a few features that you may not know about yet. Whether you are using an iPad rental or your own personal iPad, here are three features that will improve your iPad user experience.

1. Augmented Reality Compatibility

Pokémon GO is ok, and for what it was trying to do when it launched, it worked well. But Pokémon Go is just a launching point into a sea of possibilities for the future of augmented reality, and Apple seems to agree with this belief by including ARKit in the iOS 11 update

To be honest with you, the only AR application that I have found that personally interests me is the Ikea Place app, which helps you visualize what furniture would look like in your home by visualizing it for you. There are other AR applications on the App Store of course, and you should definitely try them out if given the chance! Hopefully Apple’s ARKit will help AR to develop into something greater than what it currently is.

 2. Apple Pay Upgrades

The iOS 11 update brought Apple Pay compatibility to messages. So now you don’t have to use third party applications or use cash to pay back a friend or coworker who went out to get your lunch. Once your Apple Pay account receives the funds, you can transfer it back to your bank account or use it in the App Store.

3. More Apple Pencil Support

For the artsy, or those who use Apple Pencil for other uses, there are some nice improvements in this update. Users can now draw images in an inline drawing mode, meaning users can draw images between paragraphs of text. The Notes App has also been improved to be better able to find handwritten notes.

These are just a few of the features added to improve the user experience in iOS 11. There are a lot of other articles on the web if you are seeking additional information about features added to iOS 11. Happy Holidays!

 

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iOS and Android divide the tablet world between them. There is no third.

 

Or at least that is currently the case. Leaks (which may or may not be true) reveal that Microsoft may be throwing its hat back into the ring of the tablet market once again with a device presently being called the “Andromeda” by various tech blogs.

A woman drinking coffee while holding a tablet

If the leaks are true, then the most interesting thing about this new device is that Microsoft itself seems to be developing it. This is a pretty big step up for Microsoft’s involvement in the tablet industry, as Microsoft’s original tablet strategy was pretty much just to throw the operating system onto whatever device tablet manufacturing companies would allow to run it.

 

The Andromeda is rumored to be a foldable tablet device, similar to the Microsoft Courier. If you do not know what the Microsoft Courier is, that is probably because the Microsoft Courier never came out. The Courier was first reported all the way back in 2008 but was canned before it ever hit any shelves to be sold. Hopefully that does not happen to the Andromeda, but I could see Microsoft choosing to go that route. Anyway, here’s a concept rendering of the Andromeda from the leak:

Concept rendering of the Microsoft Andromeda

Since Microsoft did not officially announce the Andromeda, very little is known about the hardware the device will come equipped with, the price of the device, or even what size the device will be. However, leak information does point to the Andromeda having cellular capabilities, which means that it can send texts and calls out in place of your smartphone.

 

Whether Microsoft will be choosing to market this as more of a smartphone or a tablet remains to be seen, but I could personally see the device being paired off with a stylus and being marketed as an artsy tablet. That’s a far safer bet than expecting Microsoft to try the notebook-style Andromeda in the smartphone market, where Microsoft currently has virtually no presence. Not like Microsoft currently has much of a presence in the tablet market either if our tablet rental records are any indication of anything, but maybe that will change if the Andromeda comes to fruition.  

 

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Rugged tablets fill a small but important role in the tablet world. If you’ve never heard of a rugged tablet before, I cannot say that I blame you. Rugged tablets are tablets designed with durability as a primary focus. Rugged tablets do not receive anywhere near the same amount of attention seen whenever Apple or Samsung launches a new flagship tablet because rugged tablets are not really designed for the average tablet buyer.

A rugged tablet sitting by a hardhat

Since Samsung’s new rugged Galaxy Tab Active 2 was announced this week, I could think of no better time to talk about when you should consider getting a rugged tablet over a regular tablet.

 

Since I don’t want to waste too much of your time, let me preface this by saying that you probably will not need to get rugged tablets specifically. A standard tablet rental will most likely do you much more good if you are planning a conference or any sort of indoor event.

 

However, there are certain scenarios and criteria which can cause getting a rugged tablet rental to be the better of the two aforementioned choices. You might want to get a rugged tablet if you worry about your tablet dealing with any of the following:

 

•Rain

•Humidity

•Sand or Dust

•Repeated or continuous outdoor use

•Risk of the tablet being frequently dropped

•Vibrations (Rugged tablets can be mounted in vehicles)

 

There are some other factors that you might have to account for if you are looking for a seriously rugged tablet, such as whether or not the tablet can function after being subjected to high or low temperatures or altitudes, but more often than not those factors aren’t the deciding features.

 

Generally speaking, if you are working outdoors or in potentially hazardous environments and need access to computing technology, a rugged tablet will probably be the right choice for you.

 

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Unless you watch Apple’s activities with extreme diligence, you might not have noticed that the tech giant’s flagship tablet line has had an unannounced price increase. While this price increase won’t really affect you or your business at all in the immediate future if you are getting an iPad rental, this could affect you if you were planning on just buying an iPad.

Apple iPads of various colors.

Fortunately, not all iPad devices were affected by Apple’s price increase. Only the iPad Pro line saw an overnight increase in price of $50 per iPad. The only iPad Pro definitely not affected by this price increase was the 64GB memory model of both the 10.5-inch and the 12.9-inch iPad Pros.

 

The original price of the 10.5 Inch 256GB iPad Pro was $749, which has now been increased to the new price of $799. The 10.5 inch 512GB model has been increased from $949 to a cool $999. These are just the pricings of the WiFi only models by the way. If you want cellular compatible devices you’ll have to pay an extra $130 – that applies for both 10.5 inch and 12.9 inch models.

 

Now let’s look at the increase in the already more expensive 12.9 inch Wifi only models. The original price of the 12.9 inch 256GB model was $899, which increased to $949. The original price of the 12.9 inch 512GB model was $1099, and that price increased to $1149.

Apple iPads of various colors.

Once again, I just want to state that these prices are for the WiFi only models of the iPad Pro line, and that this is obviously before any tax has been calculated into the sale price.

 

Apple did not announce this price increase officially, or give an official statement saying why they did it. As internet users are prone to do, some people have made speculations as to why Apple increased the price of the iPad Pro line.

 

The best theory for the price increase that I have seen so far is that Apple is paying more for NAND and DRAM memory chips due to a short supply – caused by tech manufacturers buying up chips in advance of large technology products, and possibly also caused by the increase in the usage of SSD memory among desktop and laptop users – and that instead of taking a profit loss, Apple is passing the bill on to the consumer.

 

Whether or not you think that Apple would hand the bill off to their customers, at the end of the day it does not change the fact that the iPad Pro line has increased in price

 

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The Lightest Tablets on the Market

July 12th, 2017 | Posted by rreeve in Rental | Tablet - (0 Comments)

If you are getting a tablet rental, you are probably doing so because you need a device which is compact, easy to use, and lightweight. There are a whole lot of tablets out on the market, and depending on whether or not you will need a specific operating system for your event, there may be a whole lot of tablets for you to choose from. One way to narrow down your search for the perfect tablet rental is by searching through tablets by weight. Since having a tablet which weighs five pounds isn’t very practical in most occasions, this article is dedicated to showing you some of the lightest tablets out on the market – or specifically tablets which all weigh under one pound.

Sony Xperia Z4

A picture of the Sony Xperia Touch.

The Sony Xperia Z4 is large but light, weighing less than a pound in both WiFi only and WiFi + cellular data variants. The Xperia has the largest display size in this article, coming in at 10.1 inches. If you are interested in this device, keep in mind that it runs on Android so if you have software which requires iOS, consider the next tablet on the list.

iPad Mini 4

A picture of several iPad Mini 4s

While Apple’s new iPad Pro is quite powerful, it weighs in just over one pound so I couldn’t put it on this list. However, if you need a lightweight iOS device the iPad Mini 4 may suit your iPad rental needs. The Mini 4 comes equipped with a 7.9 inch retina display and weighs .66 pounds for the WiFi only model and .67 pounds for the WiFi + cellular data model.

 

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 9.7”

A picture of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3

Weighing in at .95 pounds on the WiFi only variant, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 narrowly squeezes into this article. The S3 boasts a 9.7 inch Super AMOLED display. Samsung has been testing around with some new ideas with their tablets, and the S3 comes with a stylus called the S Pen and can also be coupled with a keyboard.

 

HP Pro Tablet 608 G1

The HP Pro Tablet 608 is what some might dub an “oldie but a goodie”. The 608 released back in 2015, but it is one of the only Windows tablets that I could find which weighs less than a pound. The 608 comes equipped with a 7.86 inch display and a version of Windows 10.

 

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It is no secret that Apple has a neglectful relationship with its MacBook Air models, and two years ago Apple discontinued the smaller of the two MacBook Air models. While I still strongly believe that Apple’s new 12 inch MacBook is the replacement of Apple’s MacBook Air line, Apple’s 2017 iPad Pro may be the second runner-up for the title of “MacBook Air Killer”.

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Apple’s 2017 refresh of the iPad Pro features two iPad Pro models – a 10.5 inch display iPad Pro and a 12.9 inch display iPad Pro. Although extreme portability and lightweightness were two of the MacBook Air’s main selling points, the small size of the iPad Pro 10.5 inch model alone isn’t enough for it to replace a fully armed and operational laptop – which the MacBook Air is.

 

So besides being light and small, what would an iPad Pro rental have going for it? In terms of battery life the iPad Pro’s are pretty average in comparison to the tablets of other tech giants. Apple claims that both iPad Pro models have a 10 hour battery life, giving them an extra hour of operation above the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 and the 11-inch MacBook Airs of 2015, but two hours less than the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3, which Samsung claims has a 12 hour battery life.

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The display on both models of the iPad Pro are better than the display equipped on the current models of MacBook Air. Both iPad Pro models come equipped with retina displays, which the Air lacks. The 10.5 inch iPad Pro has a 2224-by-1668 resolution while the larger 12.9 inch iPad Pro has a resolution of 2732-by-2048. Both models display 264 pixels per inch.

The most impressive aspect of the new iPad Pro models is the A10X Fusion chip. The A10X is the processor and graphics card running the iPad Pro, and it is an impressive piece of hardware for a tablet. The A10X allows the iPad Pro to outperform some laptops in performance, but currently the iPad Pro is limited by its operating system. Once iOS 11 releases, the iPad Pro will become a much more productive device, as the operating system update has a strong focus on increasing the amount of multitasking capable for users, and it will also allow you to search your tablet files extensively, making the iOS more laptop like than mobile device oriented.

 

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