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For as little as $330, Dell's Inspiron 11 3000 offers solid performance; a bright, colorful display; and good battery life in a sturdy 2-in-1 body.
The long-lasting HP Pro Slate comes with a pen for beaming notes from regular paper to the tablet, but it's outperformed by cheaper Android competitors.
With a stunning display and long battery life, the Lenovo Tab 2 is a very good budget tablet, but it's not the best performer at this price.
The $249 Acer Iconia Tab 10 is a budget- and family-friendly tablet with a bold display and a sturdy design.
HP's Elite x2 1011 is a durable and secure 11.6-inch hybrid with long battery life and a great keyboard.
Dell's Venue 10 7000 tablet has the same good looks as its smaller sibling and offers a detachable keyboard, but its battery life and screen brightness don't measure up.
The Dell Inspiron 15 7000 offers a 4K touch screen and robust speakers in a luxurious design, but it doesn't offer enough endurance or oomph for the money.