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Back to School: Best tablets for students 2016

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iPad Air

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iPad Air

Originally reviewed by Evan Kypreos 04 November 2013

Best Tablet for Content: Apple iPad with Retina display

Key Features:
  • Light to carry around
  • Solid battery life to last a day
  • Free iWork apps
The key advantage of the iPad Air over other tablets is the extensive educational support. The App Store is packed with apps dedicated to key core subjects including History, Science, Maths. The iBooks store additionally offers a wealth of content with iCloud support so if the battery runs out on your iPad, you can pick up where you left off on another iOS devices. iWork support is now free as well and includes Pages for word processing, Keynote for preparing presentations and Numbers to, well, crunch numbers. If you really need to get that physical typing feeling, there’s plenty of great Bluetooth keyboards and the Logitech Keyboard Folio would be a good shout.

Price: £399

MORE: Best iPad Air Keyboards 2014

Our Score

10/10

Tim Williams

September 6, 2013, 3:21 am

You completely missed out the Surface Pro, which can now be had from £575

joe

January 6, 2014, 9:38 pm

i always poop with my nexus

Dhruv

May 28, 2014, 1:40 pm

I actually think the surface pro 2 is a better tablet for school because I've used both and the surface pro 2 is more powerful and better

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July 24, 2015, 3:25 am

Having a tablet in school seems to be a good idea especially that it can do many several task that will help those students to learn easily. Still, those things that you shared can effectively give them some good advice on what kind of tablet they should be purchasing.

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