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Huawei Tablet Cases – Keyboard Attachment For Your Huawei Tablet

Using your Huawei tablet with a keyboard attachment makes it much easier to type or use the tablet in a more productive way. This is also a great way to protect your tablet.

Huawei’s core apps – WPS Office and Microsoft Office Mobile – are pre-installed and scale well to the screen. Netflix, Amazon Prime and UKTV Play are all available via the App Gallery too.

Designed for Huawei MediaPad M3 Lite 10

The Huawei MediaPad M3 Lite 10 is one of the best tablets you can buy for less than £200. It has a nice screen, great speakers and runs Android Nougat with EMUI 5.1. It also has a Type-C port for charging and accessories and comes with 32 GB of storage.

The tablet has a very slim bezel around the display that gives it a full-screen look. It also has a 8-megapixel front camera for selfies and video chats. It’s not the highest-resolution camera, but it Case for Samsung Tablet works well. The tablet itself feels very solid, and the metal frame looks premium. There is a little bit of flex in the back, but it’s not too noticeable.

One downside is that the tablet doesn’t come with Google apps, which means that it can be a little limited in what you can do with it. However, Huawei says that the App Gallery will get better over time, and you can use HarmonyOS to download APKs from other sources. However, you’ll miss some premium apps like Adobe and Corel.

Protect your new tablet with a bespoke case made by Just Personalise. Choose your favourite photos – up to eight – and add text, special effects and more to create a unique design that will help keep your device safe. Just click on ‘create’ and your personalised case will be delivered to you the next day.

Designed for Huawei MediaPad M5 8.4

The Huawei MediaPad M5 8.4 is a mid-range tablet with a few extras that make it stand out from the competition. It comes with a reversible flip case that doubles as a tablet stand, and the back of the case is designed to offer different viewing angles for comfortable use. It’s also lightweight and slim, so it won’t weigh your tablet down.

Its IPS screen has 2K resolution – 2560×1600 to be exact, so it’s pretty sharp. Colours are vibrant and well-balanced, although blacks aren’t as deep as you’ll find on an AMOLED display. However, it’s still a great screen for watching video and playing games. It also has very good viewing angles and brightness levels, and you can adjust the colour balance to suit your preferences.

Another plus is that it has 3 GB of RAM, which is more than you’ll usually see in tablets in this price range. This is a big help when it comes to multitasking and maintaining lots of browser tabs. There’s also an app store with a few apps pre-installed, including the core WPS suite of word and PDF editors, as well as some fitness, music and video apps.

If you want to install your own apps, the Huawei App Gallery is reasonably stocked, though oddly BBC Sounds and iPlayer aren’t there. Overall, it’s a great little tablet that can be used for work or play and is available in Wi-Fi and cellular versions.

Designed for Huawei MatePad Pro 10.8

The Huawei MatePad Paper is a tablet that has an unusual selling point – it has an E-Ink display that’s akin to the displays found on E-book readers. The tablet’s screen is a real highlight, able to hold its own against the likes of the iPad Pro. Its 2K resolution and 120Hz refresh rate make it a joy to work on, especially when using the included M-Pen stylus.

The M-Pen feels great in the hand and works well, with a small amount of resistance that makes it feel more realistic when drawing or writing on the Tablet Case 10.2 screen. Its only problem is that it’s a little slippery – the smooth finish can cause it to slide and slip in your hands, so it’s worth investing in a case for it to keep it protected.

The tablet itself is a great piece of tech, with the Snapdragon 865 chip and 7,250mAh battery giving it plenty of power for most tasks. The quad speakers sound good and the large screen is ideal for browsing, reading and watching movies. Unfortunately, one major thing that holds it back is its lack of Google apps and services. Aside from the HarmonyOS workaround, which is fine, this means that premium apps for art and video editing are missing – something that many will find a big drawback.

Designed for Huawei MatePad Pro 11.5

Huawei MatePad Pro 11.5 is a solid tablet that has one really interesting quirk – it’s an E-Ink display. It makes the tablet better suited for reading e-books and other longer form text, and it also promises to improve handwriting accuracy. The tablet comes with a M Pen stylus, which is charged inductively and works pretty much like Apple’s S Pen.

The display itself is bright and has a good refresh rate, but it can get a little distracting in bright sunlight. There’s also a lot of glare if you’re using the tablet in front of a light source. Huawei sells a PaperMatte version of the tablet that doesn’t have this issue, but it costs more and doesn’t offer quite as many features.

The tablet has a uni-body aluminum design that feels premium. It’s a little heavier than an iPad, but it still feels lightweight and comfortable in the hand. It has a rounded corner that gives it a more natural feel. It has a power button on the top and volume up and down buttons on the side. It also has a USB-C port and four speakers. The battery lasts for a full day of use, and it can even charge while in sleep mode. Huawei also sells a Smart Keyboard, which is a wraparound case that turns the tablet into a laptop-like device.

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