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Tablet Reviews

It may seem like the Apple iPad currently has the tablet market cornered, but Amazon’s Fire tablets provide a cheaper alternative to Apple’s premium tablet. Oh, and Samsung also makes some tablets that are basically big versions of its Galaxy Note phones. If you’re looking for a tablet and need help sorting them all out, our reviews below should help.

6.5

Samsung Galaxy Book 2 review: the Surface Amateur

6

Lenovo Yoga Book C930 review: two screens and lots of compromises

7

HP Chromebook x2 review: semi-pro

6.5

Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 review: valiant effort

8.5

The Surface Go is Microsoft’s hybrid PC dream made real

Not an iPad competitor

8.5

Microsoft Surface Go review: a little goes a long way

Chrome OS isn’t ready for tablets yet

8.5

Apple iPad (2018) review: pencil it in

We need to talk about tablets

7

Amazon’s Fire HD 10 does everything you expect a cheap tablet to and nothing more

8.8

The best tablet you can buy right now (2017)

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