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  • Tablet Reviews

    Apple iPad Air (2020) review: The iPad Pro for everyone else

    Tablet boasts the perfect balance of price, features, and capabilities.
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    Apple Pencil 2 review: Everyone’s new iPad sidekick

    The second-gen Apple Pencil offers a number of great features for everyone given the updates in iPadOS 14.
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    Apple iPad (2020) review: The tablet you buy as an appliance

    The iPad is still the right tablet for most people.

    Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro Review: The best tablet becomes a laptop — almost

    Apple's Magic Keyboard won't kill the laptop, but it does give iPad Pro a massive boost in appeal and ability.

    Apple iPad Pro (2020) review: The definitive tablet

    A fabulous media machine and productivity powerhouse, the 2020 iPad Pro is among Apple's best products.
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    Lenovo Yoga Smart Tab review: A tablet, and then some

    The Android-based tablet offers enough smart features to set it apart from the competition.
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    Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 review: Finally, a good Android 2-in-1

    Samsung’s latest tablet is the Galaxy Tab S6. It’s the successor to the Tab S4, with worthwhile upgrades like a better chipset and a keyboard with a trackpad.

    Apple iPad 10.2-inch (2019) review: iPadOS makes this a winner

    Apple's latest update to its tablet lineup is the iPad, its entry-level slate that costs $330. The changes over last year's model are small, but it's still the best.

    Amazon Fire HD 10 (2019) review: Big screen, big value

    If you'd like a big-screen tablet but don't want to spend hundreds of dollars, Amazon's Fire HD 10 could be the device you're looking for.

    Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e review

    The Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e excels at what it was designed for — movies, games, and reading. At $400, it’s a good Android tablet for your home, but the question is whether you need a tablet at all when your phone can do just as much.
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