by Kimz

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Tablets are becoming more and more popular as people replace their main computer or laptop with tablets. They’re super convenient, you can take it just about anywhere! A lot of people buy tablets because they are so portable; however, if we don’t take care of our device properly then due to its nature (portable), over time-or even when dropping onto hard surfaces like sidewalks etc., there can still be damage done internally such as cracks on screens or battery issues which require costly repairs at times

If you’ve been considering a tablet for your home, these tips will make sure that it stays in peak condition and works the best possible way.



In order to keep your display in pristine condition, try using a soft lint free cloth when cleaning. If you have been experiencing any unsightly smudges on the screen that seem resistant even after wiping with dry cloths then it may be time for an antistatic solution designed just for tablets so give them a shot! This will help remove dust particles from tablet screens without scratching anything away.  If it’s really dirty then you’ll have to apply some kind of cleaner agent designed specifically for tablets and make sure to turn off your device while cleaning. Afterward allow time for evaporating chemicals before using it again.


To protect your new tablet, buy a good quality case when you first purchase it. There are screen-protective cases that offer protection for drops from higher heights or even ones with covers to add extra layers on top of their displays in order prevent damage if anything were to happen while they’re being transported inside bags and such without adequate padding


The first mistake you might make is using a stylus from another device. Each tablet has its own and they can be different, so it’s best to order one specifically for your screen if yours gets lost or broken. Don’t use it with anything other than what was made for the device. This could result in scratched screens or broken devices if not used properly. If your stylus breaks or gets lost in this manner it may be best just order a new set straight from the manufacturer instead getting creative about how you solve these problems at hand by throwing objects haphazardly onto whatever surface.

Battery Life

Avoid Overcharging

Overcharging your devices is also harmful to battery life. Li-ion cannot absorb overcharge, and when fully charged the charge current must be cut off. A continuous trickle charger would cause plating of metallic lithium which can compromise safety.

Check Your Apps

Some apps can keep working even when the device is sleeping, which means you don’t have to wait for a slow startup process. But this might reduce battery life and make your phone drain quicker than usual – so if possible try changing how long it takes wireless networks or screen time-outs before going into hibernation mode

Avoid Turning it Off Frequently

A tablet or phone will use more juice powering back up than it does napping. When at home, you’ll want to power cycle the device every 48 hours by turning off then waiting 15-30 seconds before turning again on – this reboot of your tablet  refreshes any apps that may be running in background and draining battery life!


It is important to keep your phone or tablet cool, because the temperature has a big impact on battery capacity. If you live in places where it’s too hot or cold, battery life will be reduced faster than normal due to increased heat generation from friction caused by moving parts such as motors inside an electronic device converting electrical energy into mechanical movement.

Your tablet has been a life saver for you! It is your digital assistant that allows you to work and play anywhere. Why not take care of it? After all, this would be best so as long as we can use our favorite gadgets regularly without worry or hassle.

Your display and battery are two integral components in helping maximize usability on any device–which means they need special attention so as not degrade with usage like poor quality screens can do or dead batteries that don’t provide enough power when needed

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