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Lenovo's 8-inch Yoga Tab 3 boasts a 15-hour battery life, longer than that of any tablet we've ever tested, although its underpowered processor is much less impressive.
While it might not look new on the outside, the Surface Pro 4 features a faster CPU, bright high-res screen and improved Type Cover but with much less battery life.
The iPad mini 4's sharp screen, above-average battery life and new multitasking abilities are all reasons to get this small tablet.
Amazon's low-price 10-inch tablet makes it easier than ever to find content, but it isn't the bargain it seems.
With a beautiful display and epic battery life, the Lenovo Tab 2 A10 is an excellent 10-inch tablet for less than $200.
The sleek Asus ZenPad S 8.0 provides a sharp 2K display and helpful software, but doesn't last long enough on a charge.
The 8-inch Tab S2 impresses with its very slim design, gorgeous display and powerful performance, but its battery life is short.
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.