Tablet Guide

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.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook Review

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.

LG G Pad 10.1 Tablet Review

The value-priced LG G Pad 10.1 keeps ticking when other 10-inch tablets bite the dust.

Dell Venue 7 (2014) Review

The Dell Venue 7 is an attractive and capable 7-inch Android tablet with strong battery life.

Dell Venue 8 (2014) Review

For just $200, the Dell Venue 8 offers a full HD screen and improved performance, all in a sturdy design.

Nvidia Shield Tablet Review

The Nvidia Shield Tablet provides a kick-ass combination of features, including a very-fast K1 processor, game streaming and a versatile stylus.

Fuhu Nabi DreamTab Review

The Fuhu Nabi DreamTab was designed to be your child's constant companion for fun and education, but it's too complex.

Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 HD+ Review

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.

Toshiba Encore 2 (10-inch) Review

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.

Lenovo ThinkPad 10 Review

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.

ASUS MeMO Pad ME181C (2014) Review

The MeMO Pad 8 ME181C is yet another Android tablet with strong performance, a luminous screen and impressive battery life, all for just $199.