For 2021, Apple is taking its most high-end tablet to a new level. With a 13-inch MacBook Pro processor and a mini-LED panel, the 12.9” iPad Pro (2021) is a more ambitious iPad than ever.
This iPad Pro 12.9” (2021) is a very successful tablet, but which is above all aimed at a professional audience. Carried by its M1 chip, it is powerful, perhaps even superfluous for conventional use. Thanks to its 16 GB of RAM and 2 TB of storage at most, it is difficult to overhang it. Its new mini-LED screen also benefits it, as do its two photo modules coupled with the LiDAR sensor which allows augmented reality to its full potential. In short, it is a complete device that will satisfy all uses, even the most ambitious.
- Finishes still as exemplary.
- Superb with mini-leds.
- Power monster.
- Improved photo shutter both front and back.
- Very big autonomy.
- 5G connectivity.
- Passable night photos.
- Not a featherweight, especially coupled with the Magic Keyboard.
NB: The reported price drop is calculated by comparing the lowest price of the day with the average of the lowest prices charged by all merchants for the product last month, with security rules to exclude prices from shops whose the VAT policy is not clear (known as “grey” shops, typically in the case of imports from China).
With its P12 Pro, Lenovo delivers a (large) very well finished, high-performance tablet with one of the best OLED screens on the market. The stylus with which it is compatible expands its potential, especially as it is pleasant to use. In short, the Chinese brand manages to bring together everything that one is entitled to expect from an Android touchscreen tablet and poses as a serious alternative to Samsung and its Galaxy Tab S.
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