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In 1972, The idea of the first tablet was conceived by Alan Kay of Xerox. He originally envisioned a personal computer aimed at children, which had similar functionality to a laptop but with an increased battery life. However, the first tablet to be widely sold was the Apple Newton, which was released in the early 90s and definitely not marketed to children. Yet, the Newton did not receive commercial success. It wasn’t until a number of technological advances were met until that the tablet took off. Better battery life, display resolution, hand writing software and wireless internet access all contributed to the growth of the tablet computer.

A tablet largely resembles many smartphones of today, the difference being tablets are larger in size, normally above 7inch diagonally. Unlike their smartphones counterparts, tablets may also not support cellular connectivity. Tablets are normally associated with their LCD touch-screen displays, utilizing gestures or stylus instead of a mouse or trackpad found on conventional computer systems. In 2010, Apple released their first iteration of iPad. It was the first tablet to achieve mass market success. As the iPad continued to increase on popularity, it became common place in both the home, the workplace, and within many places of education. Since Apple’s first iPad, they have developed various different models, including the iPad Air, iPad Mini and the iPad Pro. Apple also released a stylus for the iPad pro as well as allowing compatibility with a range of case and keyboard hybrids.

Another popular tablet would be Microsoft’s Surface and Surface pro tablets. Both these versions utilize a 64-bit Windows operating system, making them popular and powerful modles on the market. The surface pro combines a stylus with a responsive touchscreen ideal for creatives using Windows. One of the best Android tablets currently would be the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3. Coming equipped with an excellent design and stunning HDR-ready display, the Galaxy really shines. This combined with the speedy processor and S-pen makes it s strong contender in the market.

Got an old, broken, or unwanted tablet? Zapper has the solution! Not only do we give you an instant cash offer, you’ll also receive FREE postage! We offer great prices, easy postage and NO hassle. It’s a quick and easy way to earn cash. So, what are you waiting for? Sell your tablet to Zapper today!

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