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There are a lot of good tablets out there. This might be news to some critics who’ve gotten used to sorting out gems from a pile of mediocrity. But here’s a roster of tablets in which you can’t go wrong. They’re the best the industry has to offer.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2
One of the best Android tablets available, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 is known for its fingerprint scanner, octa-core Samsung processor, and exquisitely rich AMOLED display. From $349.
Microsoft Surface Pro 4
Its 12.3″ screen has the reputation for being the best in the business. From $884.
Nvidia Shield Tablet K1
The Shield Tablet K1 packs an especially fast Nvidia Tegra K1 processor, a highly user-friendly controller and a great folding case cover as well. From $199.
Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Pro
The Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Pro invests in a monster of a battery, 10,200mAh, in order to corner its niche: it’s the tablet you want if you’ve got a long flight and you just want to watch movies. From $599.99.
The iPad Pro is big so you can let your imagination wander, with 12.9-inch 2,048 x 2,732 resolution IPS display and four speakers. From $726.
Huawei MediaPad M3
The verdict: It sue looks cool. Excellent resolution, excellent speakers. But Huawei’s EMUI software is ‘stiff’ and slow. From $399.59.
Apple iPad Air 2
Apple’s iPad Air was already one of the best tablets in the market. Now Apple has surpassed itself. How? MORE. More tech. More power. A better rear camera. From $377.
Google Pixel C
Google has joined the Android tablet party with a SPLASH! The Google Pixel C is very fast and with a very clean Android (which you might expect from Google). The only downside is that it’s bit too stingy with the apps. From $559.
With the Surface 3, Microsoft finally figures out how to build a good tablet. It’s a fine blend of size, portability, versatility and performance. It has a nice, big battery, too. From $387.
Amazon Fire HD 6
That’s right, a six inch tablet. High quality, too – at a grand sum of $89.99