Summer is fast approaching and I know what you’re thinking- you do not want to feel the summer heat. If that is the case, investing in the best portable aircon in 2020 is the best way to go.
There are so many of them out there. While window air conditioners are pretty powerful, the problem is that they are pretty much stationary. People surely do not have the money to go with a centralized AC because that is just way too expensive.
Fortunately, there are portable ones that you can bring with you wherever you need it. So today, I am going to talk about only the best out there.
Why Go for a Portable AC?
A lot of people ask me why they need to go for a portable AC as opposed to a window type air conditioner and there are actually plenty of reasons.
First is that a portable AC can be placed anywhere. If you want to focus on a particular room, you can place it there without any problems.
With window ACs, they are much bulkier and they do not look nice when seen from the outside. Furthermore, while they are indeed powerful, they are only situated in one place and cannot be moved much like a portable AC.
Best Portable Aircons
1.Whynter Dual-Hose Portable Air Conditioner
This is what I would consider to be the best portable AC overall. The Whynter AC has a dual-hose design and without getting overly technical, it just means that the unit can keep the room cooler than the others in the market.
If your place is quite humid because of the weather, this AC also comes with a dehumidifier that can remove as much as 101 pints of moisture in a 24-hour span.
Its 14,000 BTU ensures that it can cool an effective area of 700 square feet and it also comes with a fan if you do not need the full cooling potential of the AC.
If there is one thing that you may not like about this product, it is its weight. At 80 pounds, moving this AC from one room to another will prove to be challenging. But, if you want one of the best out there, this Whynter portable AC takes the cake.
2.LG LP1419IVSM 14,000 BTU Smart Portable Air Conditioner
The LG LP1419IVSM comes in a close second mainly because its cooling capabilities are just a little bit inferior to the previous recommendation (but only by 0.4 degrees Fahrenheit, mind you).
What I really love about this AC is that you can use your Android Smartphone to control its parameters thanks to its ‘smart’ capabilities. All you have to do is download the LG ThinQ app from the Google Play Store, tether your phone to the AC, and away you go!
You can control a lot of things- such as setting a preset schedule for the AC to run at regular intervals, how cold the AC should be, among many other things.
This portable AC makes use of a dual-inverter compressor technology which just means that it is much more energy-efficient than non-inverter types. As to how efficient it is, the company claims it can help you save as much as 40% energy compared to others which can help minimize your electricity bill.
The AC is also not loud as well. At only 56 decibels using the highest setting, you and your family members can sleep soundly at night without the air-conditioner chugging in the background.
Even though this unit comes with caster wheels and handles, bear in mind that it is still cumbersome to place this from one place to another. It is easier than the Whynter portable AC above, but not as much in this regard.
3.Black+Decker BPACT08WT 8000 BTU
We usually equate size to performance which means that the bigger the product, the more powerful it would be. But, good things also come in small(er) packages.
Black and Decker’s products have always been one of the best in this field and the BPACT08WT is definitely one of them.
One of its standout features is that it actually has a vertical ventilation system as opposed to the horizontal ones found on the market.
That feature basically means that it can cover the room with cool air much quicker than others in its class and it truly shows in testing.
It has a relatively lower BTU at only 8,000 but you will be surprised by how efficient this thing is. It comes with remote control and LED digital timer that helps you automatically turn on the AC at select times of the day.
At just 52.9 pounds, it is a bit heavy but it is definitely more manageable than the previous recommendations, so you can easily place this thing wherever you need to.
If I had to nitpick, its fan-mode is not as powerful as others. But other than that, this one is pretty good and what you would consider as a ‘bang-for-the-buck’.
4.Frigidaire Gallery Cool Connect Smart Portable AC
If you have a relatively large house, you will need a portable AC that has enough power to cool any room in your abode. That is where this portable AC comes in.
This smart portable air conditioner from Frigidaire Gallery is pretty good. It can be connected to your home network to allow you to control the AC using your mobile device. In fact, it is also compatible with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa so you can control the unit just by using voice commands.
One nifty feature of this AC that I wish every other unit out there also has one is its ability to send you an alert that you need to change the filter.
Its 360-design just makes it so that it can help distribute air upward, in turn, cooling the room at a much faster rate. It can cover up to 550 square feet so it is powerful enough to cool whatever room you put this model in.
5.Honeywell HL12CESWB Portable Aircon
One of the things that sway people away from getting a portable AC is that some of them are just too loud to deal with. Fortunately, there are some out there that specialize in low-noise operation and the Honeywell HL12CESWB is one of them.
This portable AC is among the quietest on the market. At just 51 decibels on the highest setting and its 6,500 BTU operation just means that it can silently cool a good-sized room without a hitch.
You can also easily place this portable AC anywhere you want because it comes with smooth casters and it is relatively lightweight at only 67.3 pounds as well.
It can be installed easily so even the non-tech-savvy user can quickly put this up without any problems.
While its cooling performance is not up to par with the top recommendation on this list, it is still relatively powerful and its silent operation just makes it more of an appealing option than the others.
6.Whynter ARC-122DS Dual-Hose 12,000 BTU
While it is indeed true that portable ACs can be placed in one room to another (hence, the word ‘portable’ in its moniker), not all of them are created equally.
Sure, you can put them anywhere you need to but some of them are quite bulky and they require some sort of installation first before use. The good thing is that there are others that put ease of use as their main feature.
The Whynter ARC-122DS is one of the best portable ACs out there in terms of mobility. You can place this unit from one room to the next and have it up and running in less than two minutes!
Aside from its amazing portability, it is also one of the quietest out there as its highest setting only achieved 55 decibels of noise. Its 12,000 BTU rating also means that it can cool a relatively large room without too much of a problem as well.
If there is one negative that I can say about this model, it would be its average performance. Your room can still be cooled really well, but when you compare it to others, its cooling capabilities are middling at best.
7.LG LP1417GSR 14,000 BTU
Price: $ 549
The LG LP1417GSR is a pretty powerful portable AC that you can install in a huge room and you can rely on it to cool the room down. It is rated to cool down a 550-square foot room and it is quite efficient at that.
This is a smart portable AC which means that you can link your Android device on it to control its settings. You can even program the unit to turn on minutes before you enter your home which is a nice addition.
Aside from its cooling capabilities, I really love its auto evaporation system. This just means that maintaining this AC is not as cumbersome as others as you do not have to manually empty the buckets.
The only thing that I should caution you about this product is that it may not be the best for your bedroom mainly because it is also one of the loudest portable ACs on the market.
But hey, if you really want a powerful air conditioner that you can install anywhere, the LG LP1417GSR definitely fits that bill.
8.Whynter ARC-12SDH Portable Air Conditioner and Heater
Whynter is a brand that specializes in dual-hose ACs that can cool any room in just a few minutes. But, the ARC-12SDH model not only has a pretty efficient cooling system, but it also has a heater to help you and your family keep warm in the winter as well.
This unit also comes with an effective dehumidifier that can absorb as much as 96 pints of moisture present in the air in a 24-hour period. That is pretty neat considering that summer is approaching and you would need such a feature to help tone the heat down.
The AC is programmable so you can set the unit to turn on at specific times of the day and you can forget about it. It is that effective.
Its 12,000 BTU rating also means that it can support up to a 550 square foot room which, in most cases, should support any-sized home.
The design of this product might be unappealing, but with its features and performance, this warrants your money without a doubt.
What to Look for in a Portable Air-Conditioner
When you are shopping for a portable air-conditioner, you might get bombarded with a lot of information that you might not know anything about. Here are some of the terms you need to be acquainted with before buying one:
This is basically just a measure of the effectiveness of a portable AC in terms of its cooler performance based on an area. For instance, a 14,000 BTU AC can cool a 700-square foot room without any problems (though that is just a theoretical figure, at least you get the point). The higher the BTU, the bigger the room it can supposedly cool.
2.Portability/Ease of Use
Another thing to look for is how easy the AC is to set up. While it is indeed ‘portable’ in the sense that you can put this anywhere you need to, you will still need to set things up accordingly.
If you want one that you can just easily place in a room and have it up and running in no time, find one that is known for its ease of installation.
How noisy or quiet the air conditioner is will be up to you, but just remember this: The more powerful its cooling capabilities are, the more likely it would be noisier than others.
Generally, a 50+ decibel AC is okay for normal room operation, but it may not be enough to cool a relatively large room. So, it is up to you whether you want a more silent AC or one that has the cooling capacity to support whatever sized-room you have in your house.
4.Single or Dual Hose
You might also see a portable AC that uses a single hose and one that uses a dual hose technology. What is the difference?
Well, almost all of the AC units out there make use of a single hose wherein it would suck out all of the air pressure in a particular space while also releasing cool air in the process.
The single hose design is okay, provided that it is not placed in too tight a room because it can prove to be detrimental from an air pressure standpoint. Not only does this particular model have to work hard to cool the room but the overall feeling that you get from its operation might not prove to be uncomfortable for you and your family.
You see, a single hose acts as an exhaust of hot air. As the air conditioner gets warmer because of its normal operation, hot air needs to be exhausted via the hose toward the outside.
If you have any cracks or possible spaces where hot air could get into your house, that would result in negative air pressure that could potentially increase moisture levels inside your home.
If you have the money, it would be better to get a dual-hose design, though it doesn’t come with its own set of compromises.
Because it has two hoses (one that sucks the air from the vicinity of the AC while the other outputs air), it proves to be a more efficient process. However, the biggest problem here is its portability. Let me explain.
While you can still place the AC anywhere in your house, the problem lies in the area where you should put the thing. You see, the other hose has to be facing outside of your house so that it can output the hot air that it sucks from the other hose.
So, it is a bit tricky. Yes, you get a better cooling performance with a dual-hose design but you also sacrifice its portability as well. Again, the choice is up to you.
Apple Watch 6- What Are the New Things in Apple’s Newest Smartwatch?
Apple has unveiled the new Apple Watch Series 6 (or simply known as the Apple Watch 6) and it is the company’s new flagship smartwatch that brings with it some interesting features.
Today, I am going to be talking about this particular product so that you will have a glimpse of the new things that it can do. Do keep in mind that this is not an actual review of the watch but rather an interesting preview.
Let’s get down right to it: What are the new things that the Apple Watch 6 has to offer? Well, there are only two noteworthy additions and that is the new chipset, as well as the Sp02 blood oxygen sensor. Let’s talk about the latter first.
The new blood oxygen sensor was built into the smartwatch as a means of letting the user know his or her level of blood oxygen whenever they do certain activities, such as hiking, mountaineering, or any other strenuous activities that could potentially affect a person’s blood oxygen levels.
This is also certainly useful, especially since we are in the midst of a global pandemic that can affect a person’s respiratory system as well.
To utilize the said feature, all you have to do is download a specific app and wear the smartwatch wherever you go.
Provided that the watch is still tethered to your iPhone, it will provide you with some information about your blood oxygen levels. While it can do it passively, you can also get a reading any time you want.
To do this, all you have to do is fire the app, press on the active reading feature, and wait for about 15 seconds and the application will give you your current blood oxygen levels.
While this is an interesting feature, the app does tell you that all of the readings are meant just for general fitness purposes only and should not be used as a means of self-diagnosis or information that can be relayed to your physician.
Even though I understand that the watch is incapable of providing 100% accurate results, giving you a glimpse of your blood oxygen levels should remain helpful somewhat. The said warning just makes it appear that the feature is, to put it bluntly, just a gimmick.
Anyway, the new chipset that is placed inside the Apple Watch 6’s chassis should provide you with more power and probably better battery life.
One interesting side effect of the new chipset is that it can automatically adjust the display’s brightness if it detects that you are outside and the sun is shining brightly as ever. While it remains to be seen if this has a huge impact on the battery life of the device, it is interesting that the brightness level is much more powerful than in the Apple Watch Series 5.
Some tech reviewers deem the Apple Watch 6 as an iterative upgrade- both in the features and the design departments. That is because the new watch pretty much looks like its predecessor, albeit you are given some new color options to choose from.
I really like the new red-colored strap. It looks vibrant and lively and I am pretty sure that this color and aesthetic will be much more appealing than the others.
For people that want a subtler look, you also have the option to get either the black graphite variant or the blue aluminum case.
After speaking to an Apple representative, it seems that the company will also be releasing a gold version as well, though I think that the price of that thing is higher than the color options I’ve just mentioned.
The watch is still offered in 40mm and 44mm variants and you also get that always-on display that a lot of people really love about the Series 5.
The Apple Watch 6 is an iterative upgrade, in my opinion. It does provide you with a much better chipset and it also offers a new Sp02 sensor that could potentially be helpful to you more than others, but I don’t think these features would want people to reach for their wallets and buy this thing.
If you ask me, if you have an older Apple Watch Series 3, upgrading to the latest smartwatch just makes sense because it will be considered a huge generational leap.
However, if you are currently using the Series 5, the only reason why you’d get the new product is for its Sp02 sensor and nothing else.
The Apple Watch 6 is also the poster child for the new WatchOS so if you want to get a smartwatch that is already packed with the latest watch operating system from Apple, then it is probably a thing that you can buy today.
How to Choose the Right PSU for Your Next Gaming PC
Are you looking to build your own gaming PC anytime soon? You’re probably wondering what graphics card you’re going to choose and what processor you’re going to pair it with, but there is another, even more, important component that you may have overlooked and that is the PSU.
The power supply unit or more commonly referred to as the PSU is one that powers all of the components that are in your PC. Think about the motherboard, the data drives, graphics card, CPU, among many others.
Even though it is an essential part of any system build, I am still shocked by the fact that people overlook this one important aspect.
Sure, you can buy any PSU out there, but would you really risk ruining your $2000 gaming PC just because you skimped on the quality of the power supply unit?
If you are going to build a new PC soon, read further to find out how to choose the right PSU for your build.
The first thing that you need to do is to find out how much power all of the components that you have in your PC requires to operate.
Fortunately, there are plenty of power supply calculators available online, so it is best that you use that to give you a rough estimate.
Keep in mind that the values that will be displayed using such tools only give you rough estimates and are not indicative of actual power draw. For this reason, get a much bigger power supply than the one the calculator said.
For example, if the total system draw is 380 watts, getting a 500-watt power supply would be more than enough to power the system.
You might be asking why you need to have a bit of headroom when it comes to getting a PSU. Well, that is because power draw can be affected by a lot of different factors.
If you are overclocking your graphics card, for example, that would require more power to operate as a result. Having a bit of leeway in terms of power delivery ensures that your system is capable of running even the most power-hungry components in your PC.
I also want to quash the myth about getting high-wattage power supplies. Let’s say that you are going to buy a 1200-watt PSU, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you are getting 1200 watts of power from the wall, but it just means that you have a lot more headroom to work with.
It is also worth noting that how much power it draws from the wall will only depend on how much energy all of your PC’s components will need. This means that if the total system power draw is only 587 watts, then that would be the total energy that it gets from the socket and not 1200 watts.
It is always a good idea to buy a PSU that is very efficient. Look for those that have the 80 Plus certification because you are assured that they are at least 80% efficient in their power delivery.
Now, there are tiers to the said certification, and the higher the tier, the better the overall efficiency is.
For people that want to build budget systems, getting a PSU with 80 Plus Bronze certification is okay.
However, if you were to ask me, I would recommend that you get one with at least 80 Plus Gold certification to ensure that you are getting amazing power delivery at less heat and less energy wasted.
Keep in mind that the higher-tiered 80 Plus-certified PSUs tend to be more expensive than those that have, say, an 80 Plus Bronze certification.
This is a bit more complicated to explain, but I will do so in a way that helps you understand this in simpler terms.
Basically, the rails that are found on a power supply unit will be responsible for providing the necessary energy to the different parts of your PC.
You only have to concern yourself with the 12v rail because power supplies tend to support all modern systems anyway.
If you are going to future-proof your build, it is important that you get a PSU that is able to support 24A (amps) power delivery as it is enough to provide energy to even the most power-hungry GPUs.
You might also find that there are single-rail and multi-rail PSUs but for the most part, they are almost identical. The only main difference that you have to know about the two is that the multi-rail units tend to have better safety measures than the single-rail variant. Otherwise, getting either of them works.
Because PSUs can produce heat, they are also equipped with fans to dissipate it. While most power supplies have their fans run all of the time, there are also some that would only turn on whenever the unit reaches a certain temperature threshold.
It doesn’t matter whether you are going to buy one with a fan that always spins or one that only spins when it is needed, what’s important is that you get a system that is running at all times.
The only advantage of having a fan that only turns on when it is required is that the system is quieter by comparison, but that is pretty much it.
When you look at a complete build, you will find that there are connectors that are attached to the different components inside the PC.
When you are getting a PSU, it should come with all of the necessary connectors that you can use to power a build with a single GPU. However, if you are going to build a system that uses multiple graphics cards, you must ensure that the unit has enough ports so that you can connect more power connectors as you see fit.
Most motherboards nowadays use a 24-pin connector, though there are some boards that still use a 20-pin connector (usually found in ITX or regular, non-enthusiast parts). For this reason, there are some power supplies that have a 20-pin connector with an optional 4-pin connector if you need it. You simply just join the two before plugging it into the appropriate slot on the board.
With the advent of the Nvidia 3000 Series graphics cards, the 3090, which happens to be the most power-hungry GPU yet, uses a new type of cable- the 12-pin connector.
According to Nvidia, the new connector should be shipped along with the GPU so you do not have to worry about it too much (provided that you have a modular power supply, which I would explain in a bit).
I’ve also heard reports that the new PSUs made by prominent companies such as Seasonic, Corsair, and EVGA are all going to ship with the new connector with their upcoming products.
Most of the power supplies that you can find out there have a standard ATX form factor. It should fit in most PC cases, with the exception that it cannot fit inside an ITX chassis.
If you are going to build a compact PC, you will have to find an SFF (small form factor) unit. These PSUs do have the right connectors for the job, though they are more expensive than equivalent ATX counterparts.
The last bit of information that you need to know when choosing the right PSU for your computer is cabling.
There are three types of power supplies out there. There are non-modular PSUs which have their cables built into the system already (which means that you cannot remove them). They are cheaper but it is definitely quite challenging from a cable management standpoint.
There are semi-modular PSUs that are a bit more expensive than non-modular ones, albeit still cheaper than fully modular power supplies. The difference between this and the non-modular variant is that some of its connectors can be removed but all of the major ones are still attached to the unit. This is the best middle-ground, especially when it comes to price and cable management.
Fully-modular power supplies, as you can probably tell, have all of its cables detached from the unit so you would only attach the ones that you need. These are great if you want a clean build, though you should expect them to be more expensive than the previous two.
Getting either a semi-modular or modular PSU is recommended, especially if you want support for the new 12-pin connector.
So there you have it. The power supply unit (PSU) is a very important part of your gaming PC because it powers all of the components contained in it.
I hope that this article has helped you decide which one you are going to buy, but if you want our recommendations, then I highly recommend that you check our best PSUs article.
Before I end this piece, always remember to never skimp on the quality of the PSU. Spending a bit more money to get one from a reputable brand ensures that your system remains powered up with clean and consistent energy.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus Review- The First 120Hz Tablet in the Market
Samsung is a well-known smartphone manufacturer but the company is also known to develop tablets even though they are not as popular as they were before.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus was recently released and if you want to know how it performs, do read through the rest of the article to find out.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus is a premium tablet and as such, you can expect premium looks and better overall build quality compared to other tablets in the market.
True enough, this tablet has an aluminum chassis that still maintains a relatively lightweight form factor at just 575 grams.
You can find the sides are made of high-quality metal and it is also a pleasure to look at as well. The Mystic Black variant of the tablet looks really nice, though you also have two other color options if you’re not a fan of the aesthetic.
The charging port is located at the bottom and as expected with modern mobile devices, there will be no headphone jacks on this one. You could use the Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus if you want as this thing supports Bluetooth 5.1 for impressive connectivity.
At the back, you will find its camera and a magnetic strip that allows you to place the included S-pen on it. This also serves as the charging port, though you have to orientate the pen to point towards the camera to initiate the charging procedure.
While I am not a fan of the magnetic strip on the back, you could stick the S-Pen on the side if you want and I like it more than the former.
Do not worry because if you are not comfortable with the S-Pen’s original placement, you can buy a folio keyboard cover that houses the included accessory nicely so you won’t lose it.
Speaking of accessories, the Folio keyboard cover is pretty nice and you have a choice of colors to choose from.
The keyboard itself is responsive, though it is not as responsive as the keyboard attachment in Microsoft Surface devices.
Before I say anything about the display, do keep in mind that there are two versions of this tablet. You have the base model Galaxy Tab S7 and the one I am talking about in this article is the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus which is the bigger one.
It is important to make the distinction early on because the base model actually has a different display panel than the plus version.
The bigger variant comes with a 12.4-inch Super AMOLED display while the base version only comes with an 11-inch LCD panel. If you ask me, the AMOLED panel looks really crisp and stunning.
For the resolution, this thing supports 2800 x 1752 and what’s interesting is that Samsung has finally cracked the code when it comes to high refresh rate display as well.
You see, the rich and vibrant panel can also operate smoothly because it can also support the 120Hz refresh rate as well. And the best part? You can utilize its native resolution while also having the smoother refresh rate enabled as well and that’s really impressive!
You do not have to worry too much about battery life, though, because the screen has a variable refresh rate which means that the panel downclocks itself if there is no need for that boost in refresh rate. I am just happy that Samsung has finally cracked the code!
Using the S-Pen on the tablet itself is pretty smooth and accurate, though I am just a bit disappointed by the fact that it doesn’t have good palm detection compared to the iPad Pro. Artists and creatives should definitely be wary about the placement of their hands when they are drawing something on the screen.
It is important that we tackle the software of this device. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus comes with Android 10 with the company’s own One UI overlay on top.
While I am okay with the user interface, most app developers usually only focus on how their apps look on smartphones as tablets have become less popular every year.
That being said, there are some applications that might not utilize the entire screen real estate (especially considering that this device has an aspect ratio of 16:10).
There is a workaround and that is the company’s DeX. Samsung DeX, to put it simply, turns your tablet into a desktop computer wherein the interface is akin to a Windows-based machine.
Once enabled, you can resize the apps’ windows so that you can do true multitasking (something that is still not possible with the iPad Pro).
You can use a wireless mouse and have it connected via Bluetooth to truly simulate the experience of using a desktop computer.
There is just one catch- the apps should not be used in full screen because, as I’ve said, the app’s UI does not fully utilize the entire screen.
I hope that app developers will provide more support for bigger devices or tablets in general in the near future.
Specs and Performance
- Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Plus
- RAM: 6GB or 8GB
- Storage: 128GB or 256GB, microSD card support up to 1TB
- Display: 12.4-inch Super AMOLED, 2800 x 1752 resolution, 120Hz Screen Refresh Rate, 16:10 aspect ratio
- Operating System: Android 10, One UI
- Cameras: 13-megapixel wide-angle lens, 5-megapixel ultra-wide; 8-megapixel selfie
- Battery: 10,090 mAh
- Weight: 575 grams
For you to truly multitask on a mobile device, it should be equipped with a processor that can handle multiple workloads. I am just happy that Samsung finally went with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Plus chipset on all of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus devices, which means that our folks in Europe and Asia will finally be able to get a hold of a Snapdragon-enabled device.
Although its performance is a bit slower than the Ipad Pro, it certainly has enough horsepower to handle any applications you can throw at it.
Samsung also promises 3-year software support on the Tab S7 Plus which means that you not only get Android 11 sometime soon, but the device will also support versions 12 and 13 as well.
I don’t feel the need to talk about the cameras of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus because they are mediocre at best and they are nothing out of the ordinary, so I’ve skipped that part altogether.
A huge device with powerful specs definitely needs to have a beefy battery and the 10,090 mAh battery on this thing certainly delivers.
With moderate use, you can have this device powered up for more than two days and that is truly impressive given that most other devices cannot last this long.
There is also a 45-watt charger included in the box which should top up this device in less than 2 hours from 0%.
It is just a bit sad that the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus doesn’t support wireless charging, though it is not really a huge deal for some users.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus, I should say, is the best Android tablet on the market in 2020. It has a huge and vibrant screen, has a beefy battery, has powerful components, and its build quality is truly premium.
Its S-Pen is relatively accurate and it would have been nice if the magnetic charging strip at the back has more powerful magnets, but it is still good nevertheless.
Although this tablet has two cameras at the back and a selfie camera, there is really nothing special about them at all. They are there if you need them, though it would be best if you use something like the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra instead.
There is a 5G variant that is going to be released in a month’s time and it will cost you more.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus costs $849 for the 6GB/128GB version and $999 for the 8GB/256GB version. There is still no word about the 5G variant’s pricing at the time of writing this article.
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