The $129.99 LeapFrog LeapPad Platinum is overpriced, underpowered, and doesn't offer as much as its kid-friendly tablet competitors.
The Iconia Tab 8 is an affordable Android tablet with a good display and expandable storage, but don't expect fast performance.
The $50 Amazon Fire tablet is sluggish, but it delivers easy access to Amazon content on a decent display for a very, very low price.
The iPad mini 4's sharp screen, above-average battery life and new multitasking abilities are all reasons to get this small tablet.
With the ElitePad 1000, HP strives for a productivity-focused powerhouse tablet, but it doesn't deliver enough performance for the price.
The Acer Iconia Tab 8 gives you a full-HD 8-inch display for an affordable price, but its short battery life and dim screen sink it.
The Fire HD 6 Kids Edition is an excellent kids' tablet that offers robust parental controls and gobs of free content in a durable design backed by a strong two-year warranty.
The Google Nexus 9 offers a pure Android 5.0 experience and strong graphics performance in a sleek body, but it doesn't really distinguish itself.
With Amazon's Fire HDX 8.9 you get a brilliant screen, long battery life and great parental controls for less money than the iPad Air 2.
Not content to let Amazon have all the e-reader tablet fun, Barnes & Noble and Samsung have teamed up to release a larger version of the Nook tablet. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook features a 10.1-...
Featuring a brighter and sharper backlit E-Ink display and new touch controls, the Amazon Kindle Voyage is the sleekest e-reader yet.