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What Is The Best Tablet To Buy 2017


It's impossible to argue that the regular iPad Apple also launched in 2017 is anywhere near the iPad Pros in terms of power or features, but it also happens to be hundreds of dollars less. It retains that excellent build quality that we mentioned above, as well as all the tricks of iOS 11, so if you just want a tablet rather than something that's a fully fledged MacBook replacement then the standard iPad might be the best value buy for you (it starts at half the price of its more illustrious siblings, the lowest starting price for an iPad ever).




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It's an iPad for the basics: FaceTiming, watching Netflix, checking email, and so on. There's no support for the Apple Pencil and no Smart Connector for Apple's own Smart Keyboard, though you can hook up a third-party keyboard via Bluetooth if you want. Performance gets a significant boost over previous regular versions of the tablet, and considering that low, low price it's certainly worth a place on this list alongside the two larger iPad Pros.


Despite Android not quite matching up to iOS as a tablet operating system, the Galaxy Tab S3 looks fantastic, runs without a hitch, and has its own set of accessories in the form of the S Pen stylus (included with the tablet) and the keyboard cover (yours for an extra $64.99). If you prefer Android on your mobile devices and want a tablet that's good for relaxing on the sofa as well as doing some of the jobs your laptop does, the Tab S3 is ideal.


The benefit of having the full fat Windows 10 on your tablet is that you can run any app you like, from iTunes to Photoshop, and a proper, multi-tabbed web browser as well. Microsoft has combined those top-notch software specs with a superior hardware design and build quality, and a fantastic screen, making this very much worth a look for power users who have plenty of cash to spend. As well as the Type Cover keyboard, the Surface Pen is available as a separate accessory.


For a number of years, Amazon has been churning out super-cheap, perfectly decent tablets for people who can live within the limitations of Amazon's bespoke Android app store, and the two tablets the company launched during 2017 are no exception. For the kids, or for the tablet basics like web browsing, video watching, and emailing, the Amazon Fire HD 8 and Amazon Fire HD 10 fit the bill very well.


The Surface Pro 4 comes in more configurations than can be listed here, with prices ranging from $699 for the fanless model that includes an Intel Core m3-6Y30 CPU, 4GB of RAM, and a 128GB PCIe SSD, all the way to $2699 for a dual-core Intel Core i7-6650U, 16GB of RAM, and a 1TB PCIe SSD. The battery capacities also vary based on CPU choice. While the base model is similar in price to the 12.7-inch iPad Pro once you factor in what Apple charges for accessories, the higher SKUs make them more like laptop replacements than tablets considering the performance and price.


The main things to consider are how much you want to spend, and what operating system you want - with Apple's iPadOS and Android being the two main options. Then think about what else matters to you in a tablet - be it size, power, camera or battery - and choose accordingly.


If you're hoping to get serious work done on a tablet then an iPad Pro, such as the iPad Pro 12.9 (2021) or newer, would be a good option. This has a big screen, lots of power, and supports a keyboard accessory. For an Android alternative, consider the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus, which has similar selling points.


Many of today's best tablets are powerful enough to be excellent laptop alternatives. And those that aren't as powerful are still very capable of seeing you through general work-related tasks like sending out emails and typing up important documents or lighter creative workloads like drawing and design, thanks to their stylus support.


Whether you're looking for one of the best iPads or one of the best Android tablets, you'll get a lot out of that tablet you're getting. And, because these devices give you all the benefits of a touchscreen without making you pay a premium for the feature, you've got a portable that's extremely versatile but not as expensive as, say, some of the best 2-in-1 laptops.


Of course, it would be unwise to simply go out and get the priciest model you can afford. The iPad Pro, for example, might the the most powerful iPadOS-powered device, but it might be that what you need is an iPad Air, which means you'll be saving money and getting exactly the tablet that's ideal for you. Or, it might be that all you really need is one of the best cheap tablets.


The list is updated regularly, thanks to new tablets coming out all the time, so check back often to see what's changed. This may also be the time to pick up one of the best power banks too, to keep you juiced up all day long.


There's an all-body display, M1 chipset, Apple Pencil compatibility and long-lasting battery. Oh, and of course it runs on Apple's iPadOS which is a supremely useful tablet operating system. On test, its performance is very close to the iPad Pro range, which is impressive when you consider its list price.


This is one of the best tablets we've tested, and the iPad Pro and Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra only beat it in a few ways, like with their bigger screens, extra storage space and high-res displays. But if you don't have the money to stretch for those two premium tabs, this mid-range alternative could be great for you.


Want high speed internet? A version of the Galaxy Tab S7 Plus also comes with 5G connectivity, and you'll get the Samsung S Pen stylus in the box for free. Android isn't as good as iPadOS is on tablets, but if you want an Android alternative to an iPad this could be it.


Plus, the Lenovo Yoga Tab 13 has a micro HDMI port, which is an unusual find on a tablet. This allows you to connect it to other devices so you can easily output the display on a larger screen or use it as a second screen for a computer, and we found the Tab a great device to use as a portable second screen.


When choosing a tablet, the first thing you'll need to decide is how much you want to do with it. Will it be an extra device for entertainment and productivity, or will it replace a laptop as a main computing device? Today's tablets can certainly handle all of the tasks of a basic laptop. Then you'll need to decide on your price range, because tablets can range from cheap budget devices to very expensive cutting edge portables, far more expensive than the laptops they replace. Finally, it would be helpful to choose between an Apple iPad OS tablet and an Android device, based on the services and software you prefer.


Every tablet on this list has been thoroughly tested and put through a comprehensive review, so we know exactly what makes them tick and how they compare. From there, we've ranked them based on our findings, factoring in their price and value too.


Alex joined as TechRadar's Senior Phones Editor in June 2022, but brings over a decade's worth of experience to the role, with an expertise in smartphones, tablets and wearables. He's covered keynotes hosted by the biggest brands and attended the launches for some of the most influential mobile products of the last few years. His experience was amassed at some of the most reputable consumer technology publications out there, including GSMArena, TechAdvisor and Trusted Reviews. Alex is currently holding out hope for the Pixel Watch's success and is excited for the advancements coming to the world of foldable phones in the near future.","contributorText":"With contributions from","contributors":["name":"Michelle Rae Uy","role":"Computing Reviews and Buying Guides Editor","link":"href":"https:\/\/www.techradar.com\/author\/michelle-rae-uy"]}; var triggerHydrate = function() window.sliceComponents.authorBio.hydrate(data, componentContainer); var triggerScriptLoadThenHydrate = function() if (window.sliceComponents.authorBio === undefined) var script = document.createElement('script'); script.src = ' -9-5/authorBio.js'; script.async = true; script.id = 'vanilla-slice-authorBio-component-script'; script.onload = () => window.sliceComponents.authorBio = authorBio; triggerHydrate(); ; document.head.append(script); else triggerHydrate(); if (window.lazyObserveElement) window.lazyObserveElement(componentContainer, triggerScriptLoadThenHydrate, 1500); else console.log('Could not lazy load slice JS for authorBio') } }).catch(err => console.log('Hydration Script has failed for authorBio Slice', err)); }).catch(err => console.log('Externals script failed to load', err));Alex Walker-ToddSocial Links NavigationSenior Phones EditorAlex joined as TechRadar's Senior Phones Editor in June 2022, but brings over a decade's worth of experience to the role, with an expertise in smartphones, tablets and wearables. He's covered keynotes hosted by the biggest brands and attended the launches for some of the most influential mobile products of the last few years. His experience was amassed at some of the most reputable consumer technology publications out there, including GSMArena, TechAdvisor and Trusted Reviews. Alex is currently holding out hope for the Pixel Watch's success and is excited for the advancements coming to the world of foldable phones in the near future.


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