Shopping for a tablet can be a confusing experience. Do you buy the iPad, an Android competitor or a powerful Windows slate? Check out our tablet reviews and buying guides to find the right slate for your needs.
The LeapFrog Epic is a child-friendly, 7-inch tablet with a fun home screen and good apps, but sluggish performance holds it back.
The Samsung Galaxy TabPro S is a stylish, 12-inch, detachable 2-in-1 with a beautiful display and OK performance, but its keyboard needs work.
The Vaio Z Flip's bold display, fast performance and long battery life make it a strong 2-in-1, but the touchpad could be better.
The Kurio Xtreme 2 has tons of kid-friendly apps, but moms and dads looking for the best performance and parental controls should look elsewhere.
The Acer Predator 8 tablet offers solid performance, a colorful display and loud audio in an edgy design, but it's not the best choice for gamers.
The Nextbook Flexx 9 gives you a Windows 10 2-in-1 for just over $100, but slow performance, poor battery life and a cramped keyboard make it a poor value.
The Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Pro offers a cool projector and long battery life, making it a great choice for entertainment.
The $99 Amazon Fire Kids Edition tablet comes with tons of kid-friendly content, impressive parental controls and a two-year guarantee, but it won't last long on a charge.
The Acer Iconia One 10 is a pretty good budget tablet with long battery life and some multitasking tricks up its sleeve, but the sound and performance could be better.