The Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e excels at what it was designed for — movies, games, and reading. At $400, it’s a good Android tablet for your home, but the question is whether you need a tablet at all when your phone can do just as much.
The Lenovo Yoga Smart Tab ditches Amazon Alexa in favor of Google Assistant. It's an Android tablet that acts very much like a dedicated smart speaker, but unlike the latter, it's not tethered to a singular location.
Apple’s new iPad Mini has beastly performance, fluid iOS 12 software, and good battery life. It also looks like it came straight out of 2015, because the design hasn’t been changed. Here's our review of Apple’s 7.9-inch tablet.
Got an Amazon Echo Show? Ever want to just take the screen and use it as a tablet in the bedroom? Lenovo’s new Smart Tab lets you do this. It’s an Android tablet you can attach to a Smart Dock to create an Echo Show competitor.
Huawei is bringing a tablet to the U.S., and it costs a little less than the $330 iPad. It's not as powerful, but there's a neat fingerprint sensor that can boot a secure environment specifically for children.
The Pixel Slate is Google’s answer to the iPad Pro and Surface Pro 6. With Chrome OS and Android at its disposal, the Pixel Slate is a device that has the potential to be the most convincing 2-in-1 device ever made.
Kids are tough on electronics and it’s difficult to police screen time and manage what they’re doing. The Amazon Fire HD 8 Kids Edition could be the affordable answer to your prayers, with a rugged case and worry-free warranty.
For years, Amazon has been the go-to for budget tablets. This year's Fire HD 8 is the company's latest offering featuring modest upgrades. We check out the Fire HD 8 to see if it's still a great budget contender.