Touch and Go With The 11 Best Tablets
By M. W. Byrne
If it’s time to compute like Moses would, here’s the 11 best tablets to do it with.
Amazon Fire 7
We’re not going to claim the Fire 7 is a stellar tablet, as it’s a bit dodgy on power, a little sluggish on operation, and has a sketchy screen that fails to impress at any angle.
Amazon Fire HD 8 Kids Edition
Fire tablets have largely been relegated to the region of plane gear, offering Kindle properties for reading along with a few basic facets for browsing around.
Lenovo Tab 4
Another tablet that works largely to keep the price down, but still give you some specs worthy of keeping on hand.
Huawei MediaPad M3
Harman-Kardon speakers make it loud, the aluminum body makes it sturdy, and the whole thing feels fun to use.
Asus ZenPad 3S 10
Saying the ZenPad is an iPad clone is a fair takeaway. The look, feel, and function are all extremely similar.
12+ hours of battery, that comforting retina display, and the solidity of the Apple name all work in favor of the iPad.
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