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Dell Venue 8 7000 review

  • Best Android tablet
  • Gorgeous, metal design
  • Amazing, depth-sensing cameras
  • High-end specs
  • No Lollipop
  • Depth effects take time to process
Our Score 9
User Score 2

Nvidia Shield Tablet Review

  • Powerful processor
  • Android 5.0 Lollipop
  • Lots of ports for connectivity
  • Sharp front-facing camera
  • Great for gamers
  • Chunky and slightly heavy
  • Battery doesn’t last long while gaming
  • Limited storage options
Our Score 7
User Score 0

Amazon Fire HD 6 review

  • It costs $100
  • Bright color options
  • Ideal for kids
  • Sturdy build
  • Bad camera
  • Kind of heavy for its size
  • Laggy performance
  • Limited apps and storage
Our Score 6
User Score 0

Google Nexus 9 review

  • Thin, light, and portable design
  • Sharp screen is great for videos
  • Long-lasting battery
  • Lollipop is pure Android perfection
  • Flimsy build flexes
  • Weird, uneven camera bulge
  • No MicroSD card
  • Limited storage options
Our Score 8
User Score 0

Apple iPad Mini 3 review

  • Touch ID sensor
  • High-quality retina screen
  • Great size for reading
  • As good as any
  • Limited upgrade over iPad Mini 2
  • Last year’s specs offer little incentive to…
  • Entry-level model’s 16GB of storage doesn’t…
Our Score 5
User Score 2

Apple iPad Air 2 review

  • Thinner than any other Apple device
  • Screen brighter than iPad Air
  • Powerful new processor is a step up
  • iPads have best app selection of any tablet
  • Improved rear camera
  • Touch ID added
  • 16GB model does not have enough storage
  • Speaker quality worse than Air 1
  • iPad Air 1 is $100 cheaper
  • Not water resistant
  • No MicroSD storage options
Our Score 9
User Score 0

Dell Venue 8 3000 Series review

  • Light and comfortable to hold
  • Stock Android 4.4
  • Good battery life
  • MicroSD card slot
  • Only 1GB of RAM makes for sluggish multitasking
  • Severe performance problems
  • Strange button and port layout
  • Single speaker
Our Score 5
User Score 0

Dell Venue 7 3000 Series review

  • Light and comfortable to hold
  • Stock Android 4.4
  • Good battery life
  • MicroSD card slot
  • Only 1GB of RAM makes for sluggish multitasking
  • Severe performance problems
  • Strange button and port layout
  • Single speaker
Our Score 5
User Score 0

Editor Tablet Reviews

For all the hype, tablets are still pretty new devices and it's tough to know which one -- or if any one -- is right for you. Do you want to replace your laptop and need a robust set of features? Do you need a wireless connection for use away from a Wi-Fi signal? Are you just going to watch Netflix and maybe play Pudding Monsters HD in the bathroom? Our tablet reviews will help you better understand which tablets do what and clarify the one that will be worth your money. The rush by manufacturers to get into tablets has resulted in a lot of questionable product and bad deals, so let us do the dirty work of separating the gold from the brass.

For tablet buying tips check out how to pick a tablet and our picks for the best tablets.

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