Shopping for a tablet can be a confusing experience. Do you buy the iPad, an Android competitor or a powerful Windows 8 slate? Check out our reviews of the best tablets of 2014 and our tablet buying guide to compare models and find the right slate for your needs.
For those locked into a Barnes & Noble library, the $179 Galaxy Tab 4 Nook might be worth a look. But its poor performance and complicated controls might scare others away.
The value-priced LG G Pad 10.1 keeps ticking when other 10-inch tablets bite the dust.
The Dell Venue 7 is an attractive and capable 7-inch Android tablet with strong battery life.
For just $200, the Dell Venue 8 offers a full HD screen and improved performance, all in a sturdy design.
The Nvidia Shield Tablet provides a kick-ass combination of features, including a very-fast K1 processor, game streaming and a versatile stylus.
The Fuhu Nabi DreamTab was designed to be your child's constant companion for fun and education, but it's too complex.
The Lenovo Yoga 10 HD+ Android tablet boasts awesome battery life and a built-in kickstand, but you'll sacrifice some speed and color quality.
For just $269, the 10-inch Toshiba Encore 2 offers an attractive design, a quad-core Intel Atom processor and one year of Office 365.
The Lenovo ThinkPad 10 is a pen-friendly Windows 8 tablet with strong battery life and a comfy keyboard dock, but the touchpad needs work.
The MeMO Pad 8 ME181C is yet another Android tablet with strong performance, a luminous screen and impressive battery life, all for just $199.