Editors' Choice

We review hundreds of products in a wide range of categories each year. Here's the best of the best in tablets.

Apple iPad Pro 9.7-inch review

Does the 9.7-inch iPad Pro hold its own as a tablet, and can it challenge laptops? Read our full review to find out. See Full Review »

Our Score 8

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Apple iPad Mini Review

  • Great screen size
  • Comfortable and light
  • 300,000 apps
  • Good rear camera
  • No Retina screen
  • Lightning connector adapter is expensive
  • No microSD
  • More expensive than Android competitors
Our Score 8

Apple iPad Pro 9.7 Review

  • Best tablet cameras and speakers ever
  • Powerful enough for real productivity
  • Thin and portable
  • Apple Pencil is the best stylus available
  • iOS has best tablet apps, frequent updates
  • Expensive at every option level
  • Cramped screen for multitasking
  • Not a true laptop replacement
Our Score 8

Archos 32 Review

  • None
  • Voices in music and video sound faint or missing
  • Fuzzy screen
  • Limited number of Archos-optimized Android apps
  • Slow processor
  • Poor VGA camera
  • No expandable memory
Our Score 5

Dell Venue 10 7000 Series Review

  • Amazing keyboard attachment
  • Stunning OLED display
  • Stock Android
  • Rear camera can detect distance and depth
  • 7 hour battery life
  • $600+ with a keyboard
  • No quick charging capability
  • Dell is bad at updates
Our Score 7

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

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

Amazon Fire HD 8 Review

  • Affordable
  • Plethora of Amazon content
  • Improved Fire OS 5
  • Inconsistent performance
  • Mediocre cameras
  • Bland design
Our Score 6

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