Tablets & eBook Readers 

When a laptop is too large and your phone screen is just too small, the tablet is the right choice for you. The perfect synthesis of size and power, modern-day tablets are speedy enough for virtually all your day-to-day Internet needs but can still fit comfortably in the side pocket of your backpack, briefcase, or purse. If you've been craving the perfect all-around device you can carry with you wherever you go, a tablet is sure to satisfy.

We sell all the leading brands of tablets and eBook readers, including Samsung, ASUS, LG, and Acer. Whether you're a die-hard Apple fan and need the latest iPad, or are in love with Windows and crave the newest Microsoft Surface, you can save big by shopping either new or used from our large selection of sellers.

Need something to make that long flight seem to fly by? 

A laptop may be too cumbersome for tight airline seats and may run out of power before you land, but a tablet will let you keep up with work (and keep you entertained) for the entire flight without showing you that dreaded "low battery" warning travelers hate so much. The best part? Tablets are more affordable then most laptops, and are often cheaper than the latest smartphones while still providing a bigger screen and a faster processor.

Our selection of tablets covers everything from inexpensive tablets for those on a budget, to powerhouse tablets that will satisfy even the most ardent of tech-lovers. Browse by brand, storage size, or by the hottest deals, and find the tablet you've been dreaming of ever since you tried to type a lengthy email on your small phone screen.

Check out the newest addition to the iPad Family: The Apple iPad 10.2-inch 7th Generation

While having a good smartphone can be great, a tablet really opens up the possibilities when it comes to mobile computing. Out of all of the tablets on the market, the Apple iPad is one of the most iconic. Designed for standard users, the Apple iPad 10.2-inch 7th Generation tablet, available as of September 30, 2019, is feature-rich.

Can you take pictures on this with a front shooter?

Like other versions of the iPad, the Apple iPad 10.2-inch 7th Generation has a front-facing aperture. This aperture uses a 1.2-megapixel f/2.2 HDR retina flash. Unlike other front-facing cameras, this system uses the screen of the iPad as a giant flash so that you can get bright selfies, even in low-light situations.

How many megapixels are on the Apple iPad 10.2 rear shooter?

Unlike the front shooter, the rear shooter on this tablet has a traditional flash. The camera here is an 8-megapixel f/2.4 AF HDR that can take pictures of a much higher resolution. With this camera, you'll be able to shoot 1080p video.

Some key features of the Apple iPad 10.2-inch 7th Generation

When it comes to selling points, this version of the Apple iPad has quite a few features. Some of these include the following:

  • iOS 13: The most recent version of iOS includes several quality-of-life improvements, including a dark mode.
  • Three color choices: For those looking for customization, the three colors available for the iPad 10.2 are silver, space gray, and gold.
  • Lightning  to USB cable: This included pack-in will allow you to upload data from a key drive, utilize external peripherals, and charge using different cable setups.
  • IPS display: IPS display tech allows for a greater level of color richness and detail. You'll also be able to see the detail on screen with a higher degree of reliability with this display, even when viewing it from odd angles.

Using the iPad to make calls

With this version of the iPad, you'll be able to video call via FaceTime. This functionality is limited to Apple products that have the feature enabled. Additionally, the iPad will have to be on a Wi-Fi or cellular network.

Also, audio calling can be utilized in a similar way for those who have an Apple product with the feature enabled. The tablet uses dual microphones for calls, so call quality is typically high.

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