When you’re looking for a tablet that you can plug into your iPhone’s USB port, there’s a good chance it won’t be a cheapo Samsung, HTC, or other low-end device.
It might even be a tablet with a premium feel.
But when you want to use a tablet to run a big computer, a $300 or $400 device is a better option.
Let’s look at the pros and cons of these options.
Pros: Cheap, light, and reliable.
The cheap laptops we mentioned above are a good example.
They’re mostly made of plastic, with plastic parts that don’t bend easily.
They also cost around $50-100 less than more expensive machines, and they’re generally more durable.
They usually have good battery life, too.
Some tablets also have a USB-C port on the back, which is great if you have a laptop that doesn’t have a full-size USB port.
The downside to cheap, light tablets is that they’re not very powerful.
A $400 iPad Pro with a Core i5 processor, for example, can do only about 2,500 words per minute on its full-speed Wi-Fi connection, according to the company.
A cheap Windows 10 tablet with the Core i7 processor, on the other hand, can deliver about 4,000 words per hour on the full-bandwidth connection.
So if you’re spending $400 on a cheap tablet, you might want to invest in something like a MacBook Pro or something like an ASUS Chromebook, instead.
Cheap, small and easy to carry.
The cheapest tablet we looked at for Windows 10 was the $60 Asus K3, which has an Intel Core i3 processor and 16GB of RAM.
Its battery lasted about 1 hour and 12 minutes on our test.
It’s also easy to hold, which makes it great for commuting, and its screen is very small, so it’s easy to take on a short commute without a whole lot of room.
The tablet’s price was $200 on Amazon, which works out to about $30 more than an Apple iPad Pro, which starts at about $700.
There’s also a $60 Amazon Kindle Fire HD 7, which comes with the same Intel Core, 16GB RAM, and USB-A port as the K3.
We’re not sure how much better this tablet would have been if it had been made of metal, but its screen would probably have been more comfortable.
Cons: Pricey, low-performing, and hard to carry around.
The Acer Aspire V5, the only tablet we tested for Windows, has an 8-core Intel Core Duo processor and 128GB of storage.
It has a 5-inch touchscreen and 4GB of memory.
We couldn’t test its battery life on our Wi-fi connection, though it’s rated for up to 9 hours of battery life.
However, we noticed that the battery life was significantly lower than the K5’s.
If you want a tablet for a computer that you use for gaming or writing, the Aspire could be a better choice.
You’ll still need to carry it around, and it won�t be as easy to use as an iPad Pro or MacBook Pro, but it’s definitely cheaper.
On the other end of the spectrum, the Asus K7 costs $130.
The iPad Pro comes with a 5.5-inch screen, 4GB RAM and a 64GB SSD, so you’ll need to use more space to store it in the bag.
The K7 also has an Nvidia GeForce 1060 graphics chip, but we didn’t get a chance to test it.
The battery life isn’t as impressive as the Aspiring V5’s, but there is a faster Nvidia GPU in the K7.
We can’t say whether the K series is better or worse, but if you need an affordable laptop for gaming, this is a great option.
Cons like the Acer Aspiring would be worth considering if you want the best price.