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Android Tablet for long time usage

I have a first generation Asus Transformer (TF101) that I leave plugged in constantly. It is used as a digital picture frame and wall mounted home automation control panel. It is a bit aged at this ...
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Android Tablet for long time usage

An alternative option, if you are willing to use something other than an android tablet, would be to use a Raspberry Pi. It can run for weeks without any problems It's very power efficient, since it ...
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Android Tablet for long time usage

A new tablet (versus my previous answer) is the Samsung Galaxy Tab. This is several years newer than the Transformer and faster. It is also thinner. When my Transformer became a wall fixture, this ...
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Android Tablet for long time usage

This does not answer your Question directly, but provides another approch: I would keep the current device and go with a solution wich cuts the 24/7 charge to some hours per day. This stops the ...
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Want a Dream Tablet, with data plan, rooted to run Linux distro

Update: Three different T-Mobile employees lied to me ("Any tablet that says 4G or LTE works"). After I got the tablet, I tried to use it with my sim card. It wouldn't work, so I called ...
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Suggest me phones with UHS-II support?

None. At this moment there is no phone or tablet which supports UHS-II. Of course you can put UHS-II card in normal slot because it's backward compatible but there is many opinions that this cards ...
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Android ebook reader

Your best bet currently is probably to wait for the rumored upcoming Nexus 7 2016 revision, since you want a tablet that will stay updated and your current Nexus 7 (2013) did, in fact, get updated to ...
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Is there a tablet SOC capable of running a blob-free mainline Linux kernel with open wifi, and useable graphics support?

For the best open tablets you will have to look at Replicant OS devices page. These are the most open devices that exist, however neither of the two tablets meet your requirements. You have two ...
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Cheap device to take to school for light work

Summary £100 is a pretty tight constraint, so I won't be able to pull into too many bells and whistles into this recommendation. What I managed to get as a baseline along these three tablets is 32 ...
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Is it worth buying an iPad if I have an Android smartphone and Windows computer?

There shouldn't be any issues with hotspots. As for Linux/windows connectivity it depends what do you wish to do with your device. If you only wish to transfer songs/videos/pics then it will be fine ...
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Handwriting with a stylus pen on a touch screen for remote collaboration

I have Wacom Intuos CTL-4100 tablet. I am using this with Xournal++ software (on ubuntu), works pretty well. It has pressure sensitivity. The main downside in my opinion is that as it is not ...
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E-ink tablet as substitute for textbooks

An E-reader that's similar in size to the ReMarkable that you mentioned is the BOOX note air. It is pen compatible, has a shared display options(book one side notes on the other for example) and can ...
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What's the best tablet for my needs?

TL;DR: The All New Fire HD 10. Since price seems to be a major concern for you, I'm going to sacrifice in it's name. However, I think this should still pass quite fine for what you're doing, if not ...
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Homeautomation Dashboard (Tablet / Wallmount)

This RCA Tablet usually costs around US$35 at Walmart. Not sure how much it would cost in your country, but the price is much lower than the one you quoted, so maybe it is worth a look. Its features: ...
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Need a tablet or smart note pad interface for medical physician

A Surface Pro may be good. I cant say I've ever used one myself but they're full Windows 10 so I guess it'd be easier to integrate? Only issue if they're a tad expensive...
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ipad sized notebook/tablet with e-ink screen and keyboard?

This is a tough one for a number of reasons. E-ink displays are traditionally way too slow for practical use in the capacity that you're talking about, the refresh rate is way too long and you end up ...
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2-in-1 phablet/laptop - detachable keyboard, long battery life, 3G/4G sim slot

You may want to consider the Microsoft Surface 3 LTE. I have one myself, and really like it. I specifically purchased it for it's built-in LTE capability, because I find looping WiFi through a phone ...
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Is there an inexpensive tablet with a stylus that can handle large PDFs for markup?

It's quite hard to find inexpensive tablets that also come with good touchscreen accuracy and most tablets will try and make you pay the price for nice components. That being said I've tried to keep ...
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Inexpensive flat device with A4 or similar screen

Preface This answer is likely more expensive than necessary for a dedicated device, but I'd see it as a justified purchase if you happen to also be in the market for a very usable and well built ...
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Which tablet with a lot of sensors (proximity, pressure,...)?

This article linked below mentions that pressure sensitivity has been implemented in Android since API Level 5. I would see no reason why the S2 wouldn't have these features. http://pocketnow.com/...
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Tablet for reading and writing notes

In case it's of interest to anyone, I went with a Samsung Galaxy Tab A with S Pen, 16 GB Wifi Tablet 10.1 Inch, and I am quite happy with the choice.
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Micro USB splitting cable that allows charging and reads standard USB simultaneously (Samsung Tab S2)

I did quite a bit of research on this issue and it seems that all the cables that you are looking at tend to be unreliable / don't work / only provide 1000ma. There are additional options that ...
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Deciding between computer, laptop or tablet-hybrid

I think this may work MSI 17.3" GE72VR Apache Pro-009 GeForce GTX 1060 6 GB (VR Ready) Intel Core i7 6700HQ (2.60 GHz) 16 GB Memory 1 TB HDD 256 GB SSD 17.3" Full HD 1920 x 1080 16.49" x 11.02" x 1....
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Portable device to show powerpoint and video content that is read only and offline

I'm going to argue that the Dell Latitude E6430 Laptop as refurbished by Newegg represents the perfect solution to your problem. First and foremost, this machine meets all of your hardware ...
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Budget 2-in-1 for taking lecture notes

I'm going to make a left-field suggestion, and suggest a Bluetooth Keyboard and your phone. The problem I've found, with laptops are: Cheap, lightweight laptops are crap, not even worth having. ...
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What 2-in-1 is suited for high level graphic designers?

I'm going to recommend the Lenovo Yoga P40. After looking at some other stuff from Dell that also offers wacom-style input, I was unable to really get a feel for whether or not certain models ...
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Is there a tablet SOC capable of running a blob-free mainline Linux kernel with open wifi, and useable graphics support?

Too long for a comment: Free/Open device-drivers/firmware for all (built-in) radios/chips. Very unlikley - the software driving baseband processors is part of certifications (see e.g. this SE post)...
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Android Tablet for long time usage

What does exactly "taking screenshots" mean? 1) You are using the tablet's camera while looking at the monitor, or 2) capturing the tablet's screen (so that the page is rendered on the tablet ...
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Android tablet to be used for single dedicated purpose

You might want to consider a windows tablet, or an aftermarket version of the android os if reliability is a concern. Stock android is susceptable to android bloat, faulty updates and the like. A ...
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