The test of the Apple iPad Pro 12.9 “(2022) touch tablet has joined our comparison

The iPad Pro 12.9 (2022) retains the features of the tablet of the same name launched in 2021 by Apple. The Apple therefore takes no risk in the field of design, and relies on the power of the M2 chip, at work in its laptops. This of course raises the question of the usefulness of such an abundance of power within a tablet which, to be on par with a laptop, calls for the purchase of a Magic Keyboard and, to take advantage of its potential, a 2nd generation Pencil stylus. The device benefits from a beautiful Mini-Led screen, a powerful OS and a comfortable autonomy with regard to its format. The fact remains that Apple is content to provide additional power to a tablet which already did not fully exploit that of the M1 chip, and invoices it at a (very) high price.

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With its P12 Pro, Lenovo delivers a (large) very well finished, high-performance tablet with one of the best OLED screens on the market. The stylus with which it is compatible expands its potential, especially as it is pleasant to use. In short, the Chinese brand manages to bring together everything that one is entitled to expect from an Android touchscreen tablet and poses as a serious alternative to Samsung and its Galaxy Tab S.

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