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Note Taking Tablet - UK Top Picks

If you’re trying to improve memory and retention when studying, note-taking is one of the best ways, which is why we’ve gathered the best note-taking tablets on the market right now, so check them out below.

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Top Note-Taking Tablet UK

1. Microsoft Surface Go 2

With a battery life of up to 10 hours, this 2-in-1 hybrid is an excellent choice for those who want to commit 100% to their studies. What’s more, Microsoft Surface Go 2 is suitable for every budget, although it does not look modest at all. Its sleek design contributes to the premium experience, allowing you to fit it in every bag and use it at all times. Full Review

  • Lightweight and compact
  • 10.5” touchscreen
  • Built-in kickstand

With a battery life of up to 10 hours, this 2-in-1 hybrid is an excellent choice for those who want to commit 100% to their studies. What’s more, Microsoft Surface Go 2 is suitable for every budget, although it does not look modest at all. Its sleek design contributes to the premium experience, allowing you to fit it in every bag and use it at all times. Full Review

2. Amazon Fire HD 10

Amazon Fire HD 10 is a new-generation tablet with a battery life of up to 12 hours. It’s made of strengthened aluminium silicate glass which has high flexibility and breakage resistance. In addition, its Vivid and full HD with over 2 million pixels will enhance your movie-watching experience, allow you to study smarter and take notes more efficiently. Full Review

  • ENERGY STAR certification
  • Tablet with Alexa built-in
  • Amazon Kids

Amazon Fire HD 10 is a new-generation tablet with a battery life of up to 12 hours. It’s made of strengthened aluminium silicate glass which has high flexibility and breakage resistance. In addition, its Vivid and full HD with over 2 million pixels will enhance your movie-watching experience, allow you to study smarter and take notes more efficiently. Full Review

3. Apple iPad Mini 5

Judging by its looks, the Apple iPad Mini 5 may appear outdated. Still, this is one of the best tablets you can find on the market- no matter the size. With the A12 Bionic chip, this device comes with a 40% faster CPU than the iPad Mini 4. Still, it also features a 2X faster graphics performance than the previous model (4th generation). Full Review

  • Wi-Fi and cellular data network
  • Five-element lens
  • 6.28″ AMOLED display

Judging by its looks, the Apple iPad Mini 5 may appear outdated. Still, this is one of the best tablets you can find on the market- no matter the size. With the A12 Bionic chip, this device comes with a 40% faster CPU than the iPad Mini 4. Still, it also features a 2X faster graphics performance than the previous model (4th generation). Full Review

4. Apple iPad Pro 12.9-inch

Here we have another Apple product, but this time, iPad Pro is in the spotlight. This model was updated in March 2021, and ever since then, it has been serving thousands of customers worldwide. Although it’s a higher-end product, this device is undoubtedly worth the investment, especially if you’re looking for a tablet that can double as a laptop. Full Review

  • Multi-touch display
  • P3 wide colour
  • 5G connectivity

Here we have another Apple product, but this time, iPad Pro is in the spotlight. This model was updated in March 2021, and ever since then, it has been serving thousands of customers worldwide. Although it’s a higher-end product, this device is undoubtedly worth the investment, especially if you’re looking for a tablet that can double as a laptop. Full Review

5. Wacom Cintiq Pro 24-inch

Wacom Cintiq Pro is another higher-end product with a fantastic 4K display and a gorgeous design. Cintiq Pro is a tablet with a pen that will take your breath away as soon as you put it on your shopping list. Its etched glass screen provides a unique, tactile experience as you take notes or draw by imitating the feel of a pen on paper. With a natural interface and the possibility to connect to PC or Mac devices, Cintiq Pro is a tablet every student needs in their arsenal. Full Review

  • Creative pen included
  • Mac and Windows compatibility
  • Multi-touch gestures

Wacom Cintiq Pro is another higher-end product with a fantastic 4K display and a gorgeous design. Cintiq Pro is a tablet with a pen that will take your breath away as soon as you put it on your shopping list. Its etched glass screen provides a unique, tactile experience as you take notes or draw by imitating the feel of a pen on paper. With a natural interface and the possibility to connect to PC or Mac devices, Cintiq Pro is a tablet every student needs in their arsenal. Full Review

6. Microsoft Surface Pro X

This tablet is one of the best-looking Surface models so far. Microsoft equipped this tablet with a faster chip and a new keyboard, but the design itself is what makes it stand out from the rest of the crowd. Although it certainly isn’t a budget-friendly tablet, it will help take notes and translate traditional drawing techniques into digital art. Full Review

  • 13" PixelSense touchscreen
  • Windows 10
  • LTE Advanced Pro connectivity

This tablet is one of the best-looking Surface models so far. Microsoft equipped this tablet with a faster chip and a new keyboard, but the design itself is what makes it stand out from the rest of the crowd. Although it certainly isn’t a budget-friendly tablet, it will help take notes and translate traditional drawing techniques into digital art. Full Review

7. Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ isn’t as costly as other higher-end products mentioned in this article. Still, its stunning display that enhances your work or play experience will make you feel like you’ve spent thousands on a device of such quality. In addition, if you need a tablet for studying, you will be able to install and use many note-taking apps on your tablet, including Evernote, OneNote, and Google Keep. Full Review

  • Dolby Atmos sound
  • UHD 8K resolution
  • PC-like performance

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ isn’t as costly as other higher-end products mentioned in this article. Still, its stunning display that enhances your work or play experience will make you feel like you’ve spent thousands on a device of such quality. In addition, if you need a tablet for studying, you will be able to install and use many note-taking apps on your tablet, including Evernote, OneNote, and Google Keep. Full Review

8. Wacom Bamboo Slate

Wacom Bamboo Slate is genuinely a one-of-a-kind notebook and the best tablet for taking handwritten notes. With this device, your journey starts with a pen and paper you can use to capture your thoughts and ideas that will turn into digital files as you write. In addition, bamboo Slate can convert your handwriting into digital files with the push of a button, which is one of the safest and environmentally-friendly ways to store your notes. Full Review

  • For right-handed and left-handed people
  • Pen with an extra refill
  • Compatible with all types of paper

Wacom Bamboo Slate is genuinely a one-of-a-kind notebook and the best tablet for taking handwritten notes. With this device, your journey starts with a pen and paper you can use to capture your thoughts and ideas that will turn into digital files as you write. In addition, bamboo Slate can convert your handwriting into digital files with the push of a button, which is one of the safest and environmentally-friendly ways to store your notes. Full Review

9. Asus Transformer T100

As the name says, the Asus Transformer is a convertible device, meaning it can serve as a tablet or a laptop. It’s a cheaper product, although it feels high-quality. Of course, judging by the looks, it’s safe to say that the design needs improvement. But if we only consider the quality of the product, no one can argue that this isn’t a powerful device. Full Review

  • 10.1’’ IPS HD display
  • USB 3.0 connectivity
  • 10.4’’ x 6.7’’ x 0.93’’

As the name says, the Asus Transformer is a convertible device, meaning it can serve as a tablet or a laptop. It’s a cheaper product, although it feels high-quality. Of course, judging by the looks, it’s safe to say that the design needs improvement. But if we only consider the quality of the product, no one can argue that this isn’t a powerful device. Full Review

10. Mini Lenovo Tab M10 Plus

The Mini Lenovo Tab M10 Plus is a mid-range tablet that doubles as a smart display. It’s modern yet affordable, and it’s considered one of the best tablets in Lenovo’s collection. This device is ideal for families, as it features parental controls, dedicated user profiles, and a Kid’s mode. Full Review

  • Built-in Alexa
  • Face recognition technology
  • Parental controls

The Mini Lenovo Tab M10 Plus is a mid-range tablet that doubles as a smart display. It’s modern yet affordable, and it’s considered one of the best tablets in Lenovo’s collection. This device is ideal for families, as it features parental controls, dedicated user profiles, and a Kid’s mode. Full Review

Detailed Reviews

  • 10.5” PixelSense display
  • Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX200 adapter
  • Dynamic contrast ratio of 1500:1
  • Compatible with the Surface Pen

With 9.65” x 6.9” x 0.33” dimensions and a 10.5” PixelSense display, this device allows you to take notes, watch movies, talk to your friends and browse the web wherever and whenever you’d like. It weighs 544 grams, which is below average, meaning you can easily transport it and keep it by your side. 

A tablet without a decent battery life is impractical, but luckily, the Microsoft Surface Go 2 has an excellent battery life of up to 10 hours on average. More importantly, streaming movies or scrolling through social media won’t impact or drain the battery faster. With that in mind, this device is definitely worth the attention, especially if you’re looking for a multi-purpose tablet. 

Like other Surface Go models, Surface Go 2 comes with the Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX200 adapter. Microsoft Surface Go 2 features the USB-C port, allowing you to connect wireless mice, speakers, or any other smart home device to your tablet. In addition, the 3.5 mm jack supports most headphones, and a Surface Connect port enables high-speed transfer of audio, video, and data over one cable. 

Next, the 10.5” touchscreen is bright, clear, and with an excellent colour setting and a dynamic contrast ratio of 1500:1. What’s more, its 10-point multi-touch screen can discern and respond to ten simultaneous contact points, making this device ideal for note-taking. 

With this device, Microsoft offers 4 GB or 8 GB of RAM. While 4GB of RAM can serve as a minimum configuration for an average user, 8GB of RAM is certainly a better choice. It provides enough RAM for less demanding games, but it also allows your tablet to handle many of its daily tasks.

  • A resolution of 1,920 x 1,200 pixels
  • 3 GB of RAM
  • Dual integrated speakers
  • Average battery life

The Amazon Fire HD 10 dimensions are 10.32” x 6.26” x 0.3”, and it weighs only 432.00 grams. It’s drastically slimmer than other tablets in Amazon’s Fire collection, but the device is made of post-consumer recycled plastic and strengthened aluminium silicate glass, making it resistant to damage. 

If you need a tablet with above-average battery life, Amazon Fire HD 10 would be the perfect device for you. This is an energy-efficient tablet that allows you to stream movies, spend time on social media, and study without compromising the battery’s lifespan. With a battery life of 12 hours, you will be able to use this device at uni, school, work, or at home. 

Connectivity options on this budget-friendly tablet include only Wi-Fi 802.11ac, which is a Wi-Fi networking standard. In other words, the tablet supports 2.4 GHz and 5.0 GHz networks. However, it doesn’t support a connection to a wireless ad-hoc Wi-Fi network. 

It’s worth mentioning that Amazon Fire HD 10 has a 10.1″ 1080p full HD touchscreen that’s an improved version of its predecessor, Fire HD 8, making it an ideal note-taking tablet. In addition, it has a resolution of 1,920 x 1,200 pixels, giving you a large canvas to work with if you’re taking notes, drawing or writing. 

Although one of the possible disadvantages is that Fire HD 10 comes with only 3 GB of RAM, keep in mind that 3 GB is slightly below average. Still, your tablet will work perfectly fine with 3 GB of memory, as long as you aren’t multitasking or running many programs on your device at once. 

Amazon Fire HD 10 also features the USB-C (2.0) port. Along with that, you’ll get 2 MP front-facing and 5 MP rear-facing cameras, dual integrated speakers, and a 3.5 mm stereo jack.

  • Apple 12 Bionic APL1W81 processor
  • 64-bit architecture
  • 500 nit display
  • Apple’s Touch ID fingerprint sensor

As the name says, Apple iPad Mini 5 is a small device. It has a height of 5.3’’, a width of 7.9’’, and a depth of 0.2’’, and it only weighs 308 grams. Although its size can be both a blessing and a curse, it all boils down to your needs. If you need a smaller tablet that can almost fit into your pocket, keep in mind that only Apple can provide such a small yet high-performance device. 

iPad Mini 5 battery can last for up to 10 hours, even after mixed-use. That includes reading, studying, video streaming, and the like, which, I must add, results in very decent battery performance. In addition, you can use the iPad Mini 5 to take notes, dive into an AR experience, watch movies, read eBooks, and run two or more apps at the same time without compromising performance and speed. 

What makes this tablet truly unique is that you can choose between Wi-Fi only and Wi-Fi + cellular connectivity. Cellular models feature a built-in eSIM technology that fundamentally functions as a digital SIM card. eSIM technology requires less space and is cheaper than traditional SIM, so be sure to choose wisely if you decide to go for the iPad Mini 5. What’s more, you can always change or disable cellular data settings on your iPad, which is yet another reason to give it a try. 

In addition, this model features a Multi-Touch screen. This screen type can recognise 2, 4 or even 10 touch points simultaneously, making it ideal for digital note-taking and improving digital drawing skills. 

iPad Mini 5 comes with 3 GB of RAM and 64 or 256 GB of flash memory that can hold roughly 160,000+ images or 81,000 hours of video. Unless you’re planning to download every movie you’ve ever watched, 256 GB of flash memory will be more than enough to keep your notes and other work-related documents on your tablet. 

In addition, this model has a USB-C port that supports 5Gbps data transfer. That wasn’t always the case, but Apple claims that the high-performance device should come with a high-performance connector, which is why they switched to USB-C. 

However, it’s worth noting that the tablet also features Touch ID, a fingerprint sensor built into the Home button. You can use this feature to unlock the iPad, access apps, and more.

Apple iPad Pro 12.9-inch
Apple iPad Pro 12.9-inch

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  • Multi-touch display with IPS technology
  • Apple M1 chip
  • Wi-fi or cellular 5G connectivity
  • USB-C connector

With the dimensions of 11.05” x 8.46” x 0.25”, the iPad Pro 12.9-inch looks like the screen of a smaller laptop. Although it’s slightly bigger than an average tablet, iPad Pro is still light and portable. The weight can vary between 682 g and 685 g, depending on your choice between Wi-Fi or cellular 5G connectivity. 

Although the iPad Pro is one of the best products on the market, its battery life isn’t its best attribute. The poor performance of the iPad Pro’s battery allows you to use this device for up to 6 hours. Still, if you’re taking notes or studying from the comfort of your home, this shouldn’t be an issue. 

As you already know, you have two options when it comes to connectivity. However, if you opt for a model with a built-in Wi-Fi, you’d have to invest £999 for this purchase. On the other hand, if you want to enjoy the advantages of both Wi-Fi and 5G connectivity, this tablet will cost you £1,149. 

This model features a 12.9-inch mini-LED backlit Multi‑Touch display with IPS technology for a richer colour experience. What’s more, its Liquid Retina XDR display comes with an IPS LCD panel that supports a resolution of 2732 x 2048 pixels. 

Although it doesn’t have a card slot, this iPad Pro model has an impressive 16 GB of RAM. This amount of RAM will keep all your operations nice and smooth, allowing you to enjoy an excellent user experience. 

Apple’s best tablet features the USB-C port that allows you to connect most USB-C accessories to your device. Most Apple higher-end devices, such as the iPad Pro 12-inch, feature the industry-standard USB-C connector rather than Apple’s Lightning port.

  • 1000:1 contrast ratio
  • Built-in speakers
  • Includes a Pro Pen 2
  • Impressive battery life

With the dimensions of 22.4” x 14.1” x 1.6”, this tablet is ideal for digital art. Believe it or not, it weighs 7.2 kg, meaning you won’t be able to carry it in your bag easily. However, despite its size and weight, this is one of the best tablets you can put your hands on, especially if you’re into digital art. 

Among many other features that make this tablet a valuable piece of equipment, it’s worth noting that its batteries can last up to 24 hours. So not only can you use this tablet for a day without charging it, but you can also use it to watch movies, take notes, draw, or play games. 

Wacom Cintiq Pro isn’t an average tablet. Unlike some other models we’ve mentioned in this article, this tablet doesn’t feature Wi-Fi or cellular connectivity. Instead, you’d have to connect it to your PC or Mac, which can be done through DisplayPort, or USB-C, USB-A, and HDMI ports. 

Once you turn it on, you will notice that the colour range and brightness of Cintiq Pro are lovely, to say the least. Its 4K display, packed into a 24” LCD with world-class colour accuracy, is sharp, bright and crisp. This is one of the rarest tablets that can give you the ultimate digital drawing experience, which is why it deserves all the praise. 

Now, here comes the best part. This tablet features 16 GB of RAM, and 256 GB of SSD, which, if you don’t overwhelm your drive with vast amounts of data, can last 5-10 years or even longer. But even if you somehow run out of space, you can always transfer some projects to your computer or save your files to Cloud storage.

  • Windows Hello facial-recognition camera
  • Fast charging feature
  • 128 GB storage
  • OS Windows 10

The Microsoft Surface Pro X has a height of 11.3’’, a width of 8.2’’, and a depth of 0.28’’. With a weight of 774g, it’s safe to say that it weighs slightly above average compared to other tablets in the same size range. 

One of the main advantages of ARM tablets is their battery life. If you purchase this tablet, you’ll get up to 10 hours of typical device usage, which, again, is slightly above average. What’s more, Microsoft Surface pro X is a tablet with a keyboard, meaning it doubles as a high-performance laptop.

Most tablets, including the Surface Pro X, can use a Wi-Fi connection to get you online. However, this table also has a cellular – or 4G – data connection that comes with a built-in SIM, just like your smartphone. That way, even if you can’t connect to Wi-Fi, you can use your own data to browse the web. 

This 2-in-1 device is ideal for your on-the-go lifestyle. It’s portable, slim and sleek, and you can quickly transform it into a portable laptop when you need to write or work for hours. What’s more, this model features a 13” bright and colourful touch screen, ideal for work and play. Surface Pro X is also compatible with the Surface Pen, meaning you won’t need a keyboard to write notes, draw, or scroll through your social media. 

When it comes to memory, you’ll get 8 GB of RAM. In addition, this Microsoft model features 256 GB of SSD, which is, as stated earlier, more than enough for an average user. In addition, Microsoft Surface Pro X comes with two USB-C ports, Surface Connect, and a Nano-SIM slot for 4G LTE connectivity.

  • 1.8 GHz octa core processor
  • OS Android 10
  • 13 MP rear camera
  • Battery life of up to 15 hours

This high-performance tablet is ideal for students, teachers, and those who want to expand their knowledge base. If you want to improve your studying and enhance your note-taking skills, this tablet with the height of 1.22’’, the width of 7.28’’, and a depth of 0.22’’, will provide enough screen space for a better user experience. It weighs 575 grams, and it’s considered to be one of the best PC-like tablets on the market. 

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ is an Android tablet with a stylus that will broaden your horizons, ideal for drawing and taking notes. It will deliver between 14 and 15 hours of battery life between charges, whether you’re watching videos, playing music, or trying to bring your notes and to-dos together. 

Unlike some Samsung tablets designed to connect to the Internet with the cellular network, Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ features Wi-Fi connectivity only. Still, keep in mind that Samsung offers portable Wi-Fi reuters, in case you need to use the tablet outside your home or work. 

The 12.4’’ immersive touch screen will provide a theatre-like experience. The touch screen is very sensitive, meaning you won’t have to press hard to open a new program, tab or app. 

In addition, this Samsung model features 6 GB of RAM, with a memory storage capacity of 128 GB. Although many other companies boast about offering more storage space, your Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 will work perfectly fine as long as you don’t store larger files on your device. 

However, one of the possible drawbacks is that this model features only one USB 3.2 Type-C port, located on the right side of the device. What’s more, you won’t find a headphone jack available on the slate either. The good news is that this tablet has built-in Bluetooth, meaning you can connect your wireless headphones to your device.

Wacom Bamboo Slate
Wacom Bamboo Slate

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  • Available in A4 and A5 sizes
  • No RAM
  • Battery life of up to 8 hours
  • Portable

The dimensions of this notebook are 13’’ x 10’’  x 0.3’’, meaning it’s compatible with A3 or above paper measurements. The device is slim, and it weighs only 470.6 grams. Of course, Wacom Bamboo Slate is portable, and you can keep it by your side at all times. 

Wacom Bamboo Slate’s battery will last up to 8 hours with continuous use. With such excellent battery life, this notebook is ideal for students who spend a lot of time studying or creative souls who need to take notes as they work. 

The best way to describe Wacom Bamboo Slate is to compare it to a graphic tablet without the screen. It’s essentially a board, meaning you can’t connect it to the internet. However, you can connect it to other devices, such as Windows computers or Mac. 

The notebook doesn’t have a touch screen either. Nevertheless, it’s a handy device designed for people who prefer taking notes by hand. Of course, you can doodle, draw, create to-do lists with this device, only to convert them into digital files. That way, you’ll minimise the risk of losing your work while still enjoying the benefits of traditional drawing or note-taking practices. 

As expected, this notebook doesn’t use RAM, but it can hold up to 100 pages in its memory. In addition, you can connect it to other devices via Bluetooth or a micro-USB.

  • 10.1’’ IPS HD display
  • Laks cellular capabilities
  • 2 GB of RAM
  • Ideal for academic purposes

As you can see from the dimensions (10.4’’ x 6.7’’ x 0.93’’), this device is slightly larger than most other tablets mentioned in this article. However, it weighs 540 grams, which is an average weight for tablets in the same size range. 

You can use this device for up to 12 and a half hours between charges. Although streaming or playing games can affect the battery life, keep in mind that it will serve you for more than 15 hours if you only use it for studying. 

Asus Transformer T100 features a beautiful 10.1’’ IPS HD display, giving your study, work or playtime more depth and richness. With this device on your side, you will change how you take notes, write, and watch movies. 

What’s more, you can connect to Wi-Fi networks on your Asus Transformer. Although the cellular data option is missing on this tablet, it’s worth noting that Asus offers a portable router, allowing you to stay connected wherever you go. 

With the RAM size of only 2 GB, this tablet certainly needs an update. But, as long as you’re using it for academic purposes and are staying away from games with larger size files, you’ll be good to go. In addition, this tablet is equipped with USB 3.0 connectivity for data transfer.

Mini Lenovo Tab M10 Plus
Mini Lenovo Tab M10 Plus

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  • Family tablet
  • 64 GB of SSD storage
  • Android Pie operating system
  • Lacks a fingerprint sensor

This average-sized tablet (9.6’’ x 6.04’’ x 0.33’’) weighs 480 grams. It’s portable and easy to maintain and is the best note-taking tablet for all members of your family. If you have children, consider purchasing this tablet, for it will provide ultimate entertainment and allow you to set parental controls on the device. 

When it comes to battery life, you will be able to use this tablet for less than 9 hours between charges. But, if we take into account that kids don’t have to spend the whole day in front of a computer screen, this will be more than enough to meet all their needs. 

Mini Lenovo Tab M10 Plus offers fast connectivity via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. With a 10.3’’ display, 1920 x 1200 screen resolution, and a responsive touch screen, Lenovo Tab M10 Plus is a perfect device designed for children of all ages. However, you can also use it for work and play, especially if you’re looking for a multi-purpose device. 

It features 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of SSD storage. It also comes with a USB C-type port, a microSD card slot, and a headset jack.

How to Choose the Right Note-Taking Tablet for Your Needs?

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When buying a new device, you need to make an informed decision. You can always go and get the first thing you like, or you can read this guide and make a better choice. There are a few questions you need to ask yourself before heading to the nearest tech store, and you’ll find them all in the section below. 

 

What is your primary reason for purchasing a tablet?

All the tablets mentioned in this article are suitable for taking notes. However, they all come with additional features that might serve you well in the future. So, for example, while Wacom Bamboo Slate is an excellent choice if you prefer to doodle or take notes by hand, you might want to consider other Wacom devices, such as Wacom Cintiq Pro 24-inch for more demanding tasks.

Although the Cintiq Pro 24-inch can’t provide the same natural feel of writing on paper, this device is an excellent choice for digital artists. Not only will you be able to take notes, but you’ll also get a device that encourages digital drawing. With that in mind, it would be best to determine what you need to use your tablet for and what you can do with it in the future. 

 

What is your budget?

Another critical thing to consider is how much you can set aside for a new tablet. If you’re looking for budget-friendly devices, you might want to check out the Asus Transformer or Mini Lenovo Tam M10 Plus. However, if you’re searching for a higher-end product, Microsoft Surface Pro X would be a decent choice. 

So, create a budget, and see which tablets you can afford while maintaining quality. If you aren’t satisfied with your options, it would be best to wait until you’re financially ready to commit to a higher-end product.

 

What are you expecting from a tablet?

As you’ll probably be the one to use your new tablet, it’s essential to see which features you value the most. For example, do you need more storage space or a device with above-average battery life? Do you need a top-tier device, or would a tablet with below-average performance suffice? All these tablets are some of the best products on the UK’s market. However, it’s up to you to deceive which one has qualities you appreciate the most. 

Wrap Up

We hope this article has helped you choose the best note-taking tablet that will serve you for years to come. Still, it is worth noting that, whichever device you choose, you’ll get a product that will improve your studying skills, help you take better notes and entertain you during study breaks.

FAQ

What tablet is best for digital note taking?

Wacom Cintiq Pro is the best tablet for taking notes. It’s a great device for collecting bits of information and organising your to-do lists, but it also comes with additional features you might get to use in the future. However, Wacom Bamboo Slate is also worth the mention if you prefer taking notes by hand. 

Is digital note-taking worth it?

Yes, digital note-taking is definitely worth it! It’s efficient, faster, and allows you to take neater and effective study notes. Although it isn’t for anyone, it can be beneficial if you want to minimise the chance of losing your notes.

How to take notes on an iPad?

Apple gives you a few apps you can use to take notes. For example, you can instal Notability, Apple Notes, or Penultimate on your device, and use your Apple Pen to write, doodle and highlight your notes and ideas.