How does the quality hold up on the 12inch screen?
I may trade my new one in and upgrade again at the end of the year, just for fun I ran my laptop through my smart TV to see what it was like on a 52" screen - not as bad as I thought it would be but I couldn't read the lettering, shame!
Meeting someone halfway when you are completely wrong is only part of the journey [BatFonz, 2013]
For Christmas, my wife gave me a 1y sub to Marvel Unlimited and I found out that, to my chagrin, the latest version of the MU app no longer would run on my Nook HD tablet, and she refused to let me use her Galaxy Tab. Instead I went to BN and shopped for a new nook (which are all now just store-branded Samsung Galaxy Tab models anyway). I almost sprang for the $400 Galaxy Tab S2 model, but it didn't make sense for our budget and settled instead for the $250 Galaxy Tab E model. Of the two, the Galaxy Tab E has a bigger screen and is more comfortable to hold, due to the textured back panel, but the S2 has higher resolution and brighter colors, and also a faster processor and more memory, while being slightly lighter, although felt flimsier due to the lack of texturing on the back panel. There is also a larger screen version of the S2 available from other outlets, but not at BN. I'm not at all unhappy with the one I got, but if I could have afforded it, the S2 did have a very beautiful screen....
"Anyone who quotes me on the internet is an idiot." -- StormD
Post by thatgeekcaveman on Jan 30, 2016 9:27:34 GMT -5
I think the best comic tablet would be a Microsoft Surface. The 3 and 4 are both A4 sized and run nice. Also I use BlueStacks so have all the android apps on a Windows Tablet. You can also get a lot of Android apps for the Chrome browser. lastly you can get some good comic reading programs for Windows.