The Best Tablets for Watching Films
Some people still believe that they need a heavy laptop to watch their favorite TV series and movies, but this is not true because you can stream your favorite shows on a portable device such as a tablet.
Aside from the large display and battery, they work as a secondary device on which you can play games, watch movies, or do anything else to keep yourself entertained. A portable tablet with good specifications may deliver a better experience than a smartphone. If you’re looking for a new tablet to watch films on, check out our recommendations below.
Apple iPad Pro (2021)
If money isn’t an issue, the iPad Pro is the ideal choice for watching movies. The new iPad Pro has the best display ever made, with the 12.9-inch model sporting all the latest features like P3 Wide Colour and True Tone. The good thing is that they can be adjusted to match the temperature of your room, so they won’t strain your eyes even if you watch movies all day. In addition to ProMotion capturing, the iPad tablet includes a liquid Retina XDR display that is powerful enough to provide a next-level viewing experience.
Moreover, the 2021 model delivers flawless processing for movie watching and has a battery life of 10 hours when used. The four built-in speakers on the iPad Pro also provide high-quality sound that is both loud and clear, elevating your listening experience to a whole new level. There is a USB-C connector for connecting wired headphones if you wish to watch movies quietly. If you need another reason, the iPad Pro has storage options ranging from 64GB to 1TB, allowing you to download as many movies as you want without running out of space.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7
Due to the handful list of high specs, it’s understandable if it’s difficult to move on from Apple products. However, you will be pleased with the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 when it comes to streaming your favorite TV shows. At the core, Samsung includes the Snapdragon 865+ processor that is capable of running any movies and mobile game. Although you can expand the data by inserting a microSD card with a capacity of up to 1TB, this tablet has a reasonable storage capacity of 128GB, which is more than enough to hold your unlimited data.
The Samsung tablet has a stunning 11-inch screen with a resolution of 1600 x 2560 pixels for a vibrant color display. It includes a TFT LCD panel as well with a high refresh rate that supports HDR10+ for enhanced graphics, which is ideal when watching movies and online shows. In addition to the high-end display, the Galaxy Tab S7 comes with four AKG-powered speakers for a more immersive audio experience. Finally, this huge Samsung tablet boasts a good-sized battery that lasts roughly 15 hours on a single charge.
Amazon Fire HD 10
Most people usually prefer large screens for viewing movies and TV shows and the Amazon Fire HD 10 would be a great choice. The Fire 10 HD tablet has a stunning 10-inch display screen and a 1080p full HD display, allowing you to enjoy HD movies as if you were in a theatre. Other than that, it includes 32 or 64GB of internal storage that can be expanded to 256GB with external memory, letting you keep as many movies, videos, or files as you like.
Everything will be exceptionally smooth and fun thanks to the octa-core processor running at 2.0 GHz. The Amazon Fire device also has a long-lasting battery, allowing you to take it with you wherever you go. If you have children, you’ll appreciate the Fire HD 10 even more because it includes FreeTime, Amazon’s version of parental controls. Parents can use the pre-installed kids’ mode to limit their children’s activity and prevent them from accessing the device’s control panel.
Garon Cockrell is the Founder and Editor of Pop Culture Beast and host of The Pop Culture Beast Show. He founded the site over seven years ago to have a place on the internet to write about the things he loved. Since then, Garon has become a best-selling author (Demonic and Other Tales), an award winning screenwriter (Best Screenplay 2013 Motor City Nightmares Film Festival), and a cast member on the top rated podcast, Never Not Funny.