After putting in countless hours of research and testing over the course of seven years, we’ve concluded that Apple’s 9th-generation iPad is the best all-around tablet, providing users with more than enough power and functionality to stream video, surf the web, and check their email and social media without the need for a separate device. However, we also have suggestions for anyone looking for an Android tablet, a simple ebook reader, a more robust tablet for gaming, design, and creative jobs, or as a laptop replacement.
1. The Apple iPad (9th generation)
The Apple iPad (9th generation), 10.2 inches in size, is the best tablet currently available due to its huge screen, compatibility with the Apple Pencil stylus and Apple Smart Keyboard, and the fact that it will continue to get software upgrades from Apple for years to come. If you plan on using your iPad for streaming music and video, reading, browsing the Internet, and playing casual games, the base 64 GB model should be sufficient; however, if you plan on using your iPad for graphically intensive games or downloading lots of media, you may want to consider upgrading to the 128 GB model.
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2. The iPad Pro
The iPad Pro is the greatest solution for serious creative work and multitasking. A design decision that sets it apart from the competition is the uniformity and thinness of the bezels that surround the entire screen. This makes it comfortable to use in either landscape or portrait mode. It’s perfect for editing images and serving as a canvas for creative types that rely on the Apple Pencil 2.
3. Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite’s 10.4-inch screen is vivid and crisp, and it can rapidly launch apps that can be left running in the background and picked up where they left off. Both the top and bottom edges feature stereo speakers, and the tablet’s slim bezels make it easy to carry in one hand.
The tablet’s large 7,040 mAh battery allows it to function for days on a single charge; we were unable to deplete the battery even after 24 hours of constant use. If you want the greatest Android tablet on the market right now, go with Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S6, but keep in mind that it will set you back almost twice as much.
4. Amazon Fire HD 8 (10th generation)
The Amazon Fire HD 8 (10th generation), for a price of less than $100, is a fantastic buy. It supports Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant, found in its popular Echo devices, which makes ordering products and media from Amazon easier; it allows you to stream video from Netflix, Hulu, HBO Now, and other popular services; and Amazon Prime members can watch and read a selection of “free” movies and TV shows and Kindle books though Amazon’s apps for iOS and other Android tablets all function similarly.
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5. Amazon’s Kindle Paperwhite Kids
Amazon’s Kindle Paperwhite Kids, despite its “Kids” moniker, is the best ebook reader for individuals of all ages. The best option is if you merely want to read books on a device that is simple to operate and devoid of distractions, but not a versatile tablet with an app store or even a fully functional Web browser.
The adaptive backlight on its 6.8-inch screen makes it easier on the eyes than an LCD display, and the screen’s resolution is good enough to make it indistinguishable from paper. Unlike most of the tablets on our list, the Paperwhite probably won’t need to be charged more frequently than once a month. The Paperwhite is now IPX8 waterproof, meaning you can read it in the shower or on the beach without worrying about water damage.