Editors' Choice

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

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Our Score 8

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HP ElitePad 900 Review

  • Attractive design
  • Excellent build quality
  • Bright, high-gamut display
  • Reasonable price
  • Poor connectivity without optional jacket
  • Average display resolution
  • Slow processor
  • Expensive, so-so peripherals
Our Score 7

Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 Review

  • Perfect size for portability and usability
  • Powerful quad-core processor (2GB RAM)
  • MicroSD card slot
  • Built-in stylus
  • Vivid and responsive screen
  • Samsung’s apps can be annoying
  • Rear camera is crap
  • Plastic build
  • $400 price is higher than competitors
Our Score 8

Barnes & Noble Nook HD+ Review

  • Comfortable, lightweight design
  • Excellent display
  • Good reading experience for magazines, comics…
  • Well-designed interface
  • Profiles for multi-user households and kids
  • Speedy performance
  • Long battery life
  • Limited when compared to most Android tablets
  • Small app selection
  • No cameras
Our Score 8

Samsung ATIV Smart PC 700T Review

  • Sturdy, comfortable design and build
  • S Pen makes Desktop mode bearable, has its own…
  • High-resolution display
  • Good battery life
  • Hard to balance on the lap in the keyboard dock
  • Volume doesn't get loud enough
  • Display's viewing angles and brightness don't…
  • Gets uncomfortably hot when taxed
Our Score 7

Sony Vaio Duo 11 Review

  • Bright display
  • Decent audio quality
  • Decent connectivity
  • Terrible keyboard
  • No touchpad
  • Short battery life
  • Overpriced
Our Score 4

Lenovo IdeaTab Lynx Review

  • Lightweight and thin
  • Includes USB dongle
  • Good battery life
  • Build quality doesn't feel sturdy
  • Widescreen aspect ratio throws off balance
  • Few ports
  • Narrow viewing angles
  • Windows 8 not a good tablet OS
Our Score 5

Dell Latitude 10 Review

  • Full size USB and SD card slot
  • Crisp display with wide viewing angles
  • Good quality cameras
  • Long battery life
  • A little too wide for comfortable use
  • Few ports
  • Unimpressive performance
  • No portable keyboard/docking solution
Our Score 6

Asus VivoTab Smart Review

  • Light, comfortable to hold, solid build
  • Less expensive than the competition
  • Runs full Windows 8 and older programs
  • Long battery life
  • No full USB input port
  • Underpowered Atom processor
  • Cameras unimpressive
Our Score 7