Best Tablet Computers 2017 Followed By A List Of Brand & Models


Since the first iPad, tablet computers have evolved into multiple form factors and sizes -- each one being targeted to a specific user. Compare tablet computers with our full list of the latest models and their specs.

The current best tablet computer 2017 is the Apple iPad Pro 9-7-inch Cellular and the 2nd-best model is the iPad Pro Wi-Fi 9.7-inch. Here is the full top 10 list, then special categories and a complete list of tablet computer brands and models.

Best Model 2017
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Apple iPad Pro 9.7-inch Cellular

Apple iPad Pro 9.7-inch Cellular

Avg. rating: (93%) (505 reviews over 5 sources)
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iPad Pro Wi-Fi 9.7-inch

iPad Pro Wi-Fi 9.7-inch

Avg. rating: (92%) (352 reviews over 8 sources)
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Samsung Galaxy Tab E Lite Kids

Samsung Galaxy Tab E Lite Kids

Avg. rating: (90%) (503 reviews over 3 sources)
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1.3
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Lenovo Tab 3 8-inch

Lenovo Tab 3 8-inch

Avg. rating: (85%) (166 reviews over 3 sources)
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Galaxy Tab A 7-Inch

Galaxy Tab A 7-Inch

Avg. rating: (90%) (2408 reviews over 6 sources)
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Apple Ipad Pro Wi-Fi

Apple Ipad Pro Wi-Fi

Avg. rating: (89%) (3475 reviews over 12 sources)
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Apple iPad Pro Cellular

Apple iPad Pro Cellular

Avg. rating: (93%) (1123 reviews over 8 sources)
12.9
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iPad Mini 4 WiFi

iPad Mini 4 WiFi

Avg. rating: (87%) (3442 reviews over 9 sources)
7.9
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Samsung Galaxy View

Samsung Galaxy View

Avg. rating: (91%) (922 reviews over 7 sources)
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1.6
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8-core CPU
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EGTAB S77

EGTAB S77

Avg. rating: (94%) (92 reviews)
7
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1.3
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4-core CPU

Best Tablet Computers For Specific Categories

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Android Tablet Computers

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List of all tablet computer brands and their latest models 2017:

Samsung (34)
The Samsung Galaxy J Max

Our illustration shows the Samsung Galaxy J Max. Samsung's Galaxy J Max is a mid-range, 4000mAh-powered 7-inch tablet whose features consist of LTE Cat 4 connectivity (with Voice over LTE), an up-to-200GB expansion support for its 8GB on-board storage, and a non-slip back pattern.

ASUS (29)
The ASUS Transformer 3 Pro

Our illustration shows the ASUS Transformer 3 Pro. With its back-lit keyboard that comes in four colors, the ASUS Transformer 3 Pro rolls along with other high-end tablets, carrying mostly top-tier features, such 16GB of RAM, 1TB of storage capacity, a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera, and a 155-degree-adjustable built-in kickstand.

Lenovo (27)
The Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Plus

Our illustration shows the Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Plus. The IP52-rated Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Plus tablet displays some flexibility as it can be hung on the wall, stood up, or tilted, and it also brags about a variety of rather-high-end features, which consist of 3GB of RAM, a screen resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels, and a 9300mAh battery that yields 1080 minutes of usage time.

HP (17)
The HP Pro Tablet 10

Our picture shows the HP Pro Tablet 10. The HP Pro Tablet 10 delivers a rather-high-end-specked lecture by mixing software perks with high-tier specs, which consists of 2GB of RAM, 540 minutes of usage time, and 32GB of storage capacity, but it ends on a fairly-entry-level note with its 4-core CPU that just reaches a top speed of 1.3GHz.

Dragon Touch (17)
The Dragon Touch E97

Our picture shows the Dragon Touch E97. The Dragon Touch E97 tablet boasts of a rather-thin silhouette with its 0.2-inch thickness, but it also stands on a pile of ordinary features, which include 360 minutes of usage time, a 1024 x 768 display resolution, 16GB of storage capacity, and a 2-megapixel front-facing camera that is paired, however, with a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera.

Acer (15)
The Acer Iconia Tab 10 A3-A40

Our illustration shows the Acer Iconia Tab 10 A3-A40. This high-ranking 10.1-inch WUXGA (1920 x 1200) Acer tablet is home to a 6100mAh battery, a 32GB storage, and the DTS-HD Premium Sound audio technology.

Teclast (14)
The Teclast X10 Plus

Our illustration shows the Teclast X10 Plus. Despite barging in with a rather-heavy 40.21-ounce weight while carrying ordinary 2-megapixel front-and-back cameras, the Teclast X10 Plus tablet still projects a rather-high-end profile with its 4096 x 2160 video playback resolution, 32GB of built-in memory, 2GB of RAM, and a 7200mAh battery that can power other devices through OTG.

Polaroid (13)
The Polaroid A900X

Our illustration shows the Polaroid A900X. With its substantial (for a 9-incher) 38.4-ounce weight, the Polaroid A900x tablet continues to deliver an ordinary-specked message, which consists of a 1024 x 600 display resolution, a 2-megapixel rear-facing camera, a 480-minute usage time, and only 8GB of built-in memory.

Amazon (13)
The Amazon Kindle Oasis

Our illustration shows the Amazon Kindle Oasis. Amazon's ultra-thin take on a 6-inch kindle e-reader, reinstating physical page-turn buttons, revealing a tapered design starting from 0.13-inches from its thinnest point to 0.34-inches at its thickest, and boosting battery-life by bundling a stylish leather charge cover.

LG (13)
The LG G Pad X II

Our picture shows the LG G Pad X II. The LG G Pad X II tablet chills out with its integrated kickstand and pulls down a fairly-high-tier specs list, as suggested by its 8-core 1.5GHz CPU, 2GB of RAM, a dual-window viewing mode, and a 5-megapixel front-mounted camera, which has its own selfie light.

Huawei (13)
The Huawei MediaPad T2 7.0 Pro

Our illustration shows the Huawei MediaPad T2 7.0 Pro. Despite relying on an ordinary 4260mAh battery, the Huawei MediaPad T2 7.0 Pro tablet still gets into a rather-high-end groove with its 13-megapixel main camera, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of built-in memory, and an 8-core CPU that runs at 1.5GHz.

Apple (12)
The iPad Pro Wi-Fi 9.7-inch

Our illustration shows the iPad Pro Wi-Fi 9.7-inch. Apple enters the business tablet market again with a 9.7-inch version of their iPad Pro, which runs on their latest iOS 9 operating system, can pair with a keyboard accessory, and adds another shade of color, with its rose gold option.

Alcatel (11)
The Alcatel Pixi 4 9033A

Our illustration shows the Alcatel Pixi 4 9033A. Opting for a more-streamlined look with its 255-gram weight and 107.6-millimeter width, the dust-and-splash-resistant Alcatel Pixi 4 9033A tablet lingers within entry-level territory, holding on to 16GB of built-in memory and a 2580mAh battery, which takes 5 hours to charge.

Chuwi (11)
The Chuwi Vi10 Plus

Our picture shows the Chuwi Vi10 Plus. The dual-OS Chuwi Vi10 Plus tablet pampers itself with a number of somewhat-premium specs, such as 32GB of integrated memory, 2GB of RAM, a screen resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels, and an 8400mAh battery, which, quite-unfortunately, just delivers a rather-ordinary 360 minutes of usage time.

Kocaso (11)
The Kocaso MX780

Our illustration shows the Kocaso MX780. The 3G dongle-hosting MX780 is an entry-level tablet which, as it seems, is designed for lighter tasks -- judging from the basic specs that it sports, namely a quad-core 1.2GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, 8GB of on-board memory, and an ordinary2500mAh battery.

Toshiba (9)
The Toshiba dynaPad

Our illustration shows the Toshiba dynaPad. A 12-inch Toshiba tablet enhanced with Wacom Feel pen-based technology for writing and drawing while the dynaPad's imaging department calls on an 8-megapixel auto-focus main camera and a 2-megapixel secondary shooter.

RCA (9)
The RCA Voyager 7 2016

Our illustration shows the RCA Voyager 7 2016. This 2016 version of the Voyager 7, which lacks a rear camera, banks on a 1.2GHz Intel SoFia 3G-R processor and 1GB RAM to lead its set of basic specs, including a sub-HD 1024 x 600 screen (which is quite common among tablets of the same price) and a 1-megapixel selfie camera.

Hipstreet (8)
The Hipstreet W10

Our picture shows the Hipstreet W10. While it sports ordinary 2-megapixel front-and-rear cameras, the Hipstreet W10 tablet shows a more serious side with its higher-end 7800mAh battery, 32GB of memory, and 2GB of RAM.

Ematic (8)
The Ematic EGQ223BL

Our illustration shows the Ematic EGQ223BL. The Ematic EGQ223BL tablet pushes a low-tier cart, which is loaded with simple specs, such as 1GB of RAM, a 4-core 1.2GHz CPU, a display resolution of 1920 x 600 pixels, and 16GB of storage capacity (with an added 5GB of cloud storage).

Archos (7)
The Archos 94 Magnus

Our picture shows the Archos 94 Magnus. Multimedia-leaning 9.4-inch Android 4.4 tablet with an exceptionally-large internal memory of 256GB plus microSD support, powered by a quad-core 1.8GHz processor and 6400mAh battery.

Digiland (7)
The Digiland DL1010Q

Our picture shows the Digiland DL1010Q. A 10-inch Android 5.1 Lollipop tablet that skirts along the low-end spectrum with its 1024 x 600 TN panel, a 2-megapixel main camera, a VGA resolution selfie shooter, and two 1-watt (8-Ohms) rear-firing stereo speakers.

iRulu (7)
The iRulu eXpro X4

Our picture shows the iRulu eXpro X4. Weighing in at 284 grams and featuring a heart rate and sleep monitor, the iRulu eXpro X4 still seems unlikely to rule over all tablets, being home to a lowly 0.3-megapixel front-facing camera, a 2-megapixel rear camera, and a quad-core CPU that takes it easy at a speed of 1.3GHz.

Nabi (7)
The Nabi Elev-8

Our picture shows the Nabi Elev-8. While its 1280 x 800 screen resolution, 1GB of RAM, and 2-megapixel front-facing camera are typically-seen features, the Nabi Elev-8 tablet takes it up a notch by carrying 32GB of storage capacity, a 5-megapixel main camera, and an 8-core CPU -- but we cannot determine exactly how fast its processor runs.

Dell (7)
The Dell Latitude 12 7202

Our picture shows the Dell Latitude 12 7202. The Dell Latitude 12 7202 tablet sets its course towards top-tier lands, bearing 4GB of RAM, 512GB of built-in memory, and an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera, but it will probably tire rather-easily, as suggested by its below-average 360-minute usage time, which, at least, can be increased to 720 minutes with an additional battery (purchased separately).

Aoson (7)
The AOSON M751S

Our illustration shows the AOSON M751S. The AOSON M751S is a quad-core kids tablet with a bunch of low-key specs, which include a 1024 x 600 7-inch screen, a 2-megapixel rear camera, a measly 512MB RAM, and 2400mAh of battery power, which allows six hours of usage time, at the most.

Tivax (6)
The Tivax Lumina 7Q8L

Our illustration shows the Tivax Lumina 7Q8L. While it runs using a quad-core CPU, the Tivax Lumina 7Q8L tablet's parental control feature, 0.3-megapixel front-and-back cameras, and 8GB of memory are specs that scream, "This is a basic tablet for kids!".

LeapFrog (6)
The LeapFrog Epic

Our picture shows the LeapFrog Epic. The LeapFrog Epic offers up to six hours of usage on a range of pre-selected Android apps, including its playable home screen and daily surprises

Azpen (6)
The Azpen A949

Our illustration shows the Azpen A949. The Azpen A949 arrives with case and keyboard, but takes a seat among other entry-level tablets, being outfitted with all-too-familiar specs, such as a 4-core 1.3GHz CPU, 8GB of integrated memory, a 1024 x 600 screen resolution, and a 2-megapixel rear-facing camera, which is teamed up with a so-so 0.3-megapixel selfie camera.

Contixo (6)
The Contixo A82

Our picture shows the Contixo A82. The Contixo A82 tablet looks unlikely to impress the high-end crowd because it is simply outfitted with mostly-basic specs, which include 8GB of storage capacity, 1GB of RAM, a 2-megapixel rear-facing camera, and a display resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels.

NuVision (6)
The NuVision TM800W560L

Our illustration shows the NuVision TM800W560L. This 8-incher tablet from NuVision's Windows lineup has a bunch of promising specs like a 1920 x 1200 display, a 1.83GHz processor (through the help of Intel Burst Technology), and a 5-megapixel camera -- all of which are relatively more favorable compared to those of other similar-priced models.

NeuTab (6)
The NeuTab N11 Plus

Our picture shows the NeuTab N11 Plus. This tablet seems to justify its mid-range price tag through its eight-core 2.0GHz processor, PowerVR SGX544 GPU, and 1280 x 800 10.1-inch display -- as its other specs, like the 1GB RAM, 2-megapixel main camera, and 0.3-megapixel front camera, remain on the more basic side.

Fujitsu (5)
The Fujitsu Stylistic V535 Industrial

Our picture shows the Fujitsu Stylistic V535 Industrial. Ruggedised (IP65) 8.3-inch tablet built for mobile business users, with 64-bit Windows 8.1 Pro and 2.4GHz quad-core Intel processor housed in a shock-resistant, IP65-rated chassis.

Visual Land (5)
The Visual Land Prestige Elite 13Q

Our picture shows the Visual Land Prestige Elite 13Q. The Visual Land Prestige Elite 13Q tablet tips the scales with its above-average 36.32-ounce weight, but it still gains entry into a rather-top-tier party, given its 64GB of storage capacity, a 1920 x 1080 screen resolution, 2GB of RAM, and an 8000mAh battery.

Sony (5)
The Sony Digital Paper System

Our illustration shows the Sony Digital Paper System. Sony's 13.3-inch e-reader tablet, which seems under-equipped, due to a non-backlit electrophoretic display, a 4GB internal storage, and a limited file-handling ecosystem that only accepts PDF files.

Trio (4)
The Trio Stealth G5 10.1

Our illustration shows the Trio Stealth G5 10.1. The Trio Stealth G5 10.1 tablet sneaks right into the entry-level category, holding on to a bunch of rather-unimpressive specs, such as a 2-megapixel rear-facing camera, a screen resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels, 16GB of storage capacity, and 480 minutes of usage time.

Microsoft (4)
The Microsoft Surface Pro 4

Our illustration shows the Microsoft Surface Pro 4. Relying on facial recognition technology for security, the 12.3-inch Microsoft Surface Pro 4 tablet clearly breaks the high-end surface with its 2736 x 1824 display resolution and 1TB memory (only with its i7 and 16GB RAM variant).

Simbans (4)
The Simbans Valumax

Our illustration shows the Simbans Valumax. Only offered in a black variant, the Simbans Valumax tablet maxes out with unsurprising specs, which include a quad-core 1.3GHz CPU, 16GB of built-in memory, 1GB RAM, and a 2-megapixel rear camera.

KingPad (4)
The KingPad V10

Our picture shows the KingPad V10. Despite being crowned with a high-end octa-core 2GHz processor, the KingPad V10 tablet is also dressed with ordinary specs, which include 2-megapixel front-and-back cameras, a display resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels, 1GB of RAM, and 16GB of ROM.

BLU (4)
The BLU Touchbook M7

Our picture shows the BLU Touchbook M7. This quad-core tablet is armed with a 7-inch screen, an 8GB memory expandable by up to 64GB, and a pair of 2- (rear) and 0.3-megapixel (front) cameras.

Wacom (4)
The Wacom MobileStudio Pro 13 i7 512GB

Our picture shows the Wacom MobileStudio Pro 13 i7 512GB. This tablet is the 13-inch version of the DTH-W1620H and as such, it also comes with a 512GB SSD internal storage, 16GB RAM, a 3D camera (Intel RealSense R200) and artist-friendly specs like dedicated keys and a Wacom Pro Pen 2, although it foregoes the latter's NVIDIA Quadro graphics processor and, instead, settles for the Intel Iris Graphics 550.

HTC (3)
The Google Nexus 9

Our picture shows the Google Nexus 9. Premium 8-inch Android 5.0 tablet with a 64-bit Tegra K1 chipset and a gaming-grade 192-core Kepler graphics processor.

Astro Queo (3)
The Astro Queo Astro Tab A924

Our picture shows the Astro Queo Astro Tab A924. Android 5.0 tablet nearly similar to the A724, but with upgraded artillery, such as a larger 9-inch display, a stronger 4000mAh battery, and a higher 5-hour usage time.

Xiaomi (3)
The Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 Windows

Our picture shows the Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 Windows. Listing a 12-hour video streaming time and 64GB of memory, this version of the Mi Pad 2 Windows also adds Microsoft Office to the specs mix as its main differentiator from the Android version.

Inspira (3)
The Inspira Astro Tab A737

Our picture shows the Inspira Astro Tab A737. Its quad-core CPU, quite-thankfully, reaches a top speed of 1.5GHz, but the Astro Tab A737 tablet still orbits within entry-level space with its 2-megapixel rear-facing camera, 8GB of ROM, and 240 minutes of usage time.

SainSonic (3)
The SainSonic M755

Our picture shows the SainSonic M755. The SainSonic M755 tablet takes a more-matured stance with its OTG functions and a quad-core 1.5GHz CPU, but it also keeps itself busy with an assortment of average specs, which include 512MB of RAM, 8GB of integrated memory, a 0.3-megapixel front-facing camera, and a 1024 x 600 display resolution.

Haehne (3)
The Haehne M73

Our illustration shows the Haehne M73. The Haehne M73 dual-SIM tablet tips the scales (as a 7-incher) with its rather-heavy 22.4-ounce weight, and it brings together a pile of basic features, such as 512MB of RAM, 8GB of integrated memory, a 2-core 1.2GHz processor, and a display resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels.

Yuntab (3)
The Yuntab Y88

Our illustration shows the Yuntab Y88. The Yuntab Y88's Lime-green color is not usually seen in most tablets, but most of its specs are not impressive at all, such as its 2200mAh battery, 512MB RAM, 180- to 300-minute usage time, and quad-core CPU that at least runs at 1.5GHz.

Plum (3)
The Plum Optimax 8.0

Our picture shows the Plum Optimax 8.0. The Optimax 8.0 (model Z710) is a low-caliber 8-inch tablet that somehow scores a significantly-high 1440-minute talk time (3400mAh battery), with a 5-megapixel flash-equipped camera and an 8GB memory in the mix as well.

Insignia (3)
The Insignia Flex 10.1

Our picture shows the Insignia Flex 10.1. The Insignia Flex 10.1 tablet shows off some high-tier muscle with its 32GB of built-in memory and a 6000mAh battery, but it probably won't bag any trophies once you take notice of its 1.2GHz quad-core processor, a 1GB RAM, and a 1280 x 800 display resolution.

posh (3)
The Posh Equal Pro LTE L700

Our picture shows the Posh Equal Pro LTE L700. The Posh Equal Pro LTE L700 tablet takes a rather-lightweight stance with its 248-gram weight, but it gets sunk to low-tier depths by its 2800mAh battery, 1GB of RAM, and a 4-core CPU that ambles by at a speed of 1GHz.

Npole (3)
The Npole N106

Our illustration shows the Npole N106. Projecting its multimedia tendencies via two headset jacks and housing a 6000mAh battery that powers other devices through OTG, the Npole N106 tablet still stays within the entry-level zone, carrying 1GB of RAM, 16GB of storage capacity, a 0.3-megapixel front-facing camera, and a rather-short-lived 90-day warranty.

Chromo Inc (2)
The Chromo Inc T2

Our illustration shows the Chromo Inc T2. With a bunch of below-average features, such as its 4GB memory, a CPU clocked at 1.2GHz, and 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera, the Chromo Inc T2 tablet opts to stay within low-end tablet territory.

Kindle (2)
The Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7

Our picture shows the Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7. Mid-range tablet powered by Fire OS 4 (Sangria) and a 2.2GHz quad-core processor, that focuses on assistance-oriented features and apps, including Mayday and Explore By Touch.

Zeki (2)
The Zeki 8-Inch TBDG874B

Our picture shows the Zeki 8-Inch TBDG874B. An entry-level 8-inch tablet with 8GB of internal storage powered by a 1.5GHz processor and 1GB of RAM, but unfortunately falling short of virtually all other tablets with a battery life of only 2.5 hours.

Digital2 (2)

Our picture shows the Digital2 8 Pad Platinum. Not much can be said about this 8-inch tablet, except that it has essentially below-average specs, including a four-core processor, a 4-hour usage time, and minimal cameras (a 0.3-megapixel selfie cam and a 2-megapixel main camera).

Nokia (2)
The Nokia N1

Our picture shows the Nokia N1. Cheap, design-oriented Android 5.0 tablet with an all-aluminum frame, a 64-bit quad-core Intel processor humming at 2.3GHz, and a high-resolution (2048 x 1536 pixels) no-gap IPS display.

DeerBrook (2)
The DeerBrook DB Plus

Our illustration shows the DeerBrook DB Plus. The DeerBrook DB Plus mingles with other entry-level tablets, sharing stories about its ordinary specs, which include 8GB of built-in memory, a 1-megapixel selfie camera, 512MB of RAM, and a quad-core CPU that, at least, can rev at 1.5GHz.

E FUN (2)
The E FUN Nextbook Flexx 11

Our picture shows the E FUN Nextbook Flexx 11. Business-oriented 11.6-inch Windows 8.1 tablet with a bundled Pogo keyboard that can turn it into a portable workstation, featuring a quad-core Intel Atom 1.8GHz processor accompanied by a 2GB RAM.

iDeaUSA (2)
The iDeaUSA CT1080

Our picture shows the iDeaUSA CT1080. The iDeaUSA CT1080 tablet tries to think high-end thoughts with its 8-core 2GHz processor and 5500mAh battery, but it keeps getting distracted by its ordinary 2-megapixel front-and-rear cameras and below-average 1024 x 600 display resolution.

Google (2)
The Google Pixel C

Our illustration shows the Google Pixel C. This Google-made tablet sports a detachable wireless keyboard, a 500-nit 10-inch display, and Android 6.0.

NVIDIA (2)
The NVIDIA SHIELD K1

Our illustration shows the NVIDIA SHIELD K1. NVIDIA's 8-inch tablet targeted for gamers, that lets users wirelessly stream PC games on the tablet or through NVIDIA's GeForce Now cloud gaming service.

Onda (2)
The Onda V919 Air

Our picture shows the Onda V919 Air. Its rather-uninspired 2-megapixel dual cameras remind us of lower-end tablets, but the Onda V919 Air still enters high-end airspace with its 8000mAh battery, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of integrated memory, and a 2048 x 1536 screen resolution.

Nextbook (2)
The Nextbook Flexx 9

Our picture shows the Nextbook Flexx 9. A Nextbook Windows 10 tablet/laptop hybrid that starts with seemingly mid-range specs, like a 64-bit 1.8GHz quad-core Intel Atom Z3735G CPU and Intel HD Graphics, but then includes low-end components like a 2-megapixel rear camera and a low-resolution VGA selfie sensor.

Tagital (2)
The Tagital 7-inch

Our picture shows the Tagital 7-inch. Tagital's poorly-equipped 7-inch low-tier tablet from its 2016 catalog, struggling with a 1.5GHz quad-core A33 (Cortex-A7) CPU, a 2-megapixel main camera, a VGA selfie sensor, a small 4GB internal memory, and only an estimated four hours of usage time, hardly classifying it as a 2016 model tablet.

Bestenme (2)
The Bestenme B101

Our illustration shows the Bestenme B101. The Bestenme B101 tablet will probably sadden music-lovers with its 600-minute music playback time, but it scores substantial high-end points with its 8-core 2GHz CPU, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage capacity, and an 8000mAh battery.

Fusion5 (2)
The Fusion5 108

Our picture shows the Fusion5 108. Its 7200mAh battery curiously generates only 300 minutes of usage time, but the Fusion5 still looks poised to join the group of higher-tier tablets, being armed with an octa-core 1.8GHz processor and 2GB of RAM.

Alldaymall (2)
The Alldaymall A88S Kids Edition

Our picture shows the Alldaymall A88S Kids Edition. Showing off its fun side with Red, Green, Pink, and Blue variants, the Alldaymall A88S Kids Edition tablet is dressed with 8GB of integrated memory and a screen resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels -- but it gets tired rather-easily, as suggested by its low-end 180 minutes of usage time.

Pumpkin (2)
The Pumpkin AP-A83T61

Our picture shows the Pumpkin AP-A83T61. The Pumpkin AP-A83T61 tablet racks up some high-end points with its 32GB of storage capacity and an octa-core 2GHz processor, but, quite-surpisingly, it also meddles with a bunch of ordinary specs, such as a 0.3-megapixel selfie camera, a 1024 x 600 display resolution, and 1GB of RAM.

Epik (2)
The Epik 7 Junior

Our illustration shows the Epik 7 Junior. The Learning Tablet Junior is the more portable 8GB version of the original Epik 7, and as such, it also comes with dedicated learning software (most of them about languages, and even a feature for learning programming) and basic specs like a 1024 x 600 screen, a 1.2GHz CPU, and a 2-megapixel camera at the back.

Pyle (One model: Pyle Astro PTBL9C)
The Pyle Astro PTBL9C

9-inch Android 4.0-powered tablet with up to 8 hours of battery life equipped with an integrated Flash player. -- Full specs

Visual (One model: Visual Land Prestige Elite 13Q)
The Visual Land Prestige Elite 13Q

The Visual Land Prestige Elite 13Q tablet tips the scales with its above-average 36.32-ounce weight, but it still gains entry into a rather-top-tier party, given its 64GB of storage capacity, a 1920 x 1080 screen resolution, 2GB of RAM, and an 8000mAh battery. -- Full specs

Kobo (One model: Kobo Arc)
The Kobo Arc

This 7-inch entertainment tablet from Kobo sports two front-mounted speakers with SRS TruMedia audio, a 64GB on-board storage, a 10-hour battery life on a single charge, and access to Kobo's library of over 4-million e-books. -- Full specs

Ingo (One model: Ingo Monster High)
The Ingo Monster High

A low-spec (1Ghz processor with 512MB of RAM) 7-inch slate that makes use of the popular Monster High franchise to attract buyers, bundling extra accessories with matching designs and customized software (perhaps to make up for the lower specs?). -- Full specs

Le Pan (One model: Le Pan Mini)
The Le Pan Mini

A classy-looking 8-inch slate from Le Pan that flaunts a luxurious metal enclosure, which comes with a 5-megapixel main shooter, ample 8GB internal storage, but sadly relies on a lower-capacity (3260mAh) battery. -- Full specs

Panasonic (One model: Panasonic Toughpad FZ-M1)
The Panasonic Toughpad FZ-M1

Fully-rugged 7-inch Windows 8.1 tablet built for tough work environments, featuring an ultrabook-grade Intel Core i5 processor underneath a MIL-STD-810G-certified chassis. -- Full specs

Hisense (One model: Hisense Sero 8 E2281)
The Hisense Sero 8 E2281

Cheap 8-inch tablet for multimedia consumption and basic tasks, with Android 4.4 KitKat and a quad-core 1.4GHz processor on top of mainly entry-level specs. -- Full specs

Tesco (One model: Tesco Hudl 2)
The Tesco Hudl 2

Family-friendly 8.3-inch tablet with safety features for children and a beginners' guide for tablet newbies, supported by a mix of mid-range-to-high-end features. -- Full specs

Motion Computing (One model: Motion Computing R12)
The Motion Computing R12

Taking on business functions with its SmartSlate module (sold separately), the Motion Computing R12 tablet struts around a high-tier office with its 256GB of built-in memory, 8GB of RAM, a dual-core 2.9GHz CPU, and a magnetic wireless keyboard. -- Full specs

Intel (One unit: AARP RealPad)
The AARP RealPad

7.85-inch easy-to-use (or so the manufacturer claims) Android tablet that comes with 24/7 technical support from AARP, pre-loaded instructional videos, and other usability features for tech-shy consumers. -- Full specs

Verizon (One model: Verizon Ellipsis 8)
The Verizon Ellipsis 8

8-inch Android tablet with 4G phone functionality and XLTE support from Verizon, promising twice as fast internet connections than standard LTE. -- Full specs

Quantum View (One model: Quantum View QS 1035)
The Quantum View QS 1035

Showing off two full-sized USB ports, the Quantum View QS 1035 tablet takes a leap into somewhat-high-end space, bearing a 1920 x 1200 display resolution, 32GB of storage capacity, 2GB of RAM, and a quad-core CPU that has a peak speed of 1.83GHz. -- Full specs

Nobis (One model: Nobis NB1022)
The Nobis NB1022

Nobis' 10-inch tablet model, offering HDMI connectivity, a free tablet keyboard and OTG cable out of the box, but failing expectations with its rated usage time of only 4 hours (despite a decent 4000mAh battery capacity). -- Full specs

Winbook (One unit: Winbook TW700)
The Winbook TW700

Cheap 7-inch Windows 8.1 tablet with two USB ports (one micro and one standard), which lets you connect peripherals while keeping your device hooked on a charger. -- Full specs

Eve Tech (One model: Eve Tech Eve T1)
The Eve Tech Eve T1

Upper-mid-range 8-inch tablet at the price of an entry-level device, running Windows 8.1 (64-bit) and driven by a quad-core Intel Atom processor. -- Full specs

Sprout (One model: Sprout Channel Cubby)
The Sprout Channel Cubby

Kid-friendly Android 4.4 tablet with Parental Controls and Safe Web Browser apps, that pulls off some decent mid-range specs like a 1.2GHz quad-core processor and a 1GB RAM, despite its adorable look. -- Full specs

E-FUN (One model: E-FUN Nextbook Ares 11)
The E-FUN Nextbook Ares 11

Business-focused 11.6-inch tablet with an included Pogo keyboard, running Android 5.0 and powered by a quad-core 1.8GHz Intel Atom processor. -- Full specs

Palmer And Axe (One unit: Palmer And Axe LilyPad Junior)
The Palmer And Axe LilyPad Junior

This 7-inch kids tablet inches along the low-end range with its 1.50GHz ARM ARM7100 chipset together with only 512MB of RAM, chooses a low-capacity lithium battery with only four hours of usage time as its power source, and sticks with a 4GB on-board storage. -- Full specs

VizitMe (One model: VizitMe Fable 7-inch)
The VizitMe Fable 7-inch

An unimpressive 7-inch kids tablet that is apparently not rugged, offers only 90 days of warranty and promotes the concept of a browser-less controlled content formula. -- Full specs

Proscan (1 tablet computer: Proscan PLT1052)
The Proscan PLT1052

The Proscan PLT1052 tablet's 16:9 aspect ratio makes it look wider and longer, but most of its specs do not seem to be particularly interesting, such as its 512MB of RAM, a 240-minute usage time, and a typical 1.3GHz quad core processor. -- Full specs

Zeepad (One model: Zeepad 7DRK)
The Zeepad 7DRK

The 7-inch Zeepad 7DRK tablet may have a slightly faster CPU processing speed than most low-end tablets, but its 800 x 420 display resolution and 180-minute Wi-Fi browsing time are specs that keep this tablet in the entry-level section. -- Full specs

Jolla (1 tablet computer: Jolla Sailfish Tab)
The Jolla Sailfish Tab

7.85-inch tablet running an open-source Sailfish 2.0 platform with support for Android apps and backed by a quad-core Intel processor. -- Full specs

Micromax (One model: Micromax Canvas Tab P690)
The Micromax Canvas Tab P690

The P690 Tablet could be described its quad-core Intel Atom processor or its 7.8mm-thin body, but what stands out most is its short browsing time (four hours: one of the lowest we have seen). -- Full specs

Verykool (One model: Verykool Kolorpad II)
The Verykool Kolorpad II

A 1.2Ghz quad-core tablet running Android 4.4 Kitkat with a 7-inch TFT display, full phone features, a 5-megapixel camera with LED flash, and a rather lacking 2,500mAh battery. -- Full specs

Vulcan (One model: Vulcan Journey)
The Vulcan Journey

Given its rather-fleeting 90-day warranty, the 275-gram Vulcan Journey tablet treks its way through low-end terrain, carrying basic specs, such as a 0.3-megapixel front-facing camera, a 2500mAh battery, 1GB of RAM, and screen resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels. -- Full specs

iPad (One model: iPad Mini 4 4G)
The iPad Mini 4 4G

The 6.1-millimeter-thick iPad Mini 4 4G tablet keeps a high-tier vibe going with its 128GB of integrated memory, a display resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels, and an 8-megapixel main camera, which is a notable upgrade compared to that of the iPad Mini 3 (5 megapixels). -- Full specs

Vuru (One model: Vuru A33)
The Vuru A33

The Vuru A33 tablet shows off its fun side by featuring different-colored variants (White, Black, Pink, Orange, Green, Red, Yellow, and Blue), while tagging along ordinary specs, such as a 4-core 1.2GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, and 8GB of ROM. -- Full specs

Viano (One unit: Viano CQ-109)
The Viano CQ-109

The Viano CQ-109 tablet keeps itself fenced in by mostly-average specs, which include 1GB of RAM, 16GB of storage capacity, a 1280 x 800 display resolution, and 480 minutes of usage time, which is commonplace, considering that it is powered by an above-middling 6000mAh battery. -- Full specs

Rectonics (One model: Rectonics Recpad 10)
The Rectonics Recpad 10

The Recpad 10 tablet climbs to a top-tier shelf spot with the help of its 2048 x 1536 display resolution, 2GB of RAM, 23GB of storage capactiy, and an 8200mAh battery that yields up to 600 minutes of usage time. -- Full specs

BTC (One model: BTC Flame 7)
The BTC Flame 7

The BTC Flame 7 tablet seeks to heat up the entry-level category with commonly-seen specs, which include a display resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels, 512MB of RAM, 8GB of built-in memory, and a 3000mAh battery that cooks up 240 minutes of usage time. -- Full specs

Skytex (One model: Skytex SP1026)
The Skytex SP1026

The Skytex SP1026 tablet follows an ordinary flight path, being loaded with already-seen features, which include 1GB of RAM, 16GB of built-in memory, a display resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels, and 360 minutes of usage time. -- Full specs

AWOW (One unit: AWOW CQI711S)
The AWOW CQI711S

Joining the group of more-hefty tablets with its 20.8-ounce weight, the budget-class AWOW CQI711S strikes a roughly-average pose with its 8GB of storage capacity, a display resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels, a 2400mAh battery, and 1GB of RAM. -- Full specs

Pacific Tech (One model: Pacific Tech T970S)
The Pacific Tech T970S

A mid-tier tablet from Pacific Tech that supports OTG functions, the T970S might gain some fans with its 41GB of integrated memory and 2GB of RAM, but we cannot ignore its basic 1280 x 800 screen resolution, a 149-DPI display, and a 5000mAh battery that takes quite a while to get fully charged (6 hours). -- Full specs

EGTAB (1 tablet computer: EGTAB S77)
The EGTAB S77

EGTAB's 7-inch tablet going with a low-tier 1.3GHz quad-core All Winner A33 (Cortex-A7) CPU and 1GB RAM, but nominating a free protective silicone case and a USB OTG cable as some of its redeeming gimmicks. -- Full specs

Anteck (One model: Anteck AN09GIPS)
The Anteck AN09GIPS

Supporting its OTG functions with a basic 10-watt-hour battery, the Anteck AN09GIPS 3G curls up beside other entry-level tablets, discussing about its ordinary features, which include a 1280 x 800 display resolution, 1GB of RAM, and 16GB of storage capacity. -- Full specs

Craig (One unit: Craig CMP798-BUN)
The Craig CMP798-BUN

This keyboard-lugging 7-incher from Craig offers basic specs at a fittingly-affordable price point, and users who won't mind its 512MB RAM, 1024 x 600 display resolution, and lack of a rear camera may take a liking to this tablet -- Full specs

Olive Oil (One model: Olive Oil CT3)
The Olive Oil CT3

The Olive Oil CT3 tablet brags about its seldomly-seen customizable back-cover, but it still just slides its way into the entry-level division, sticking to all-too-familiar features, such as 8GB of integrated memory, 1GB of RAM, a 1024 x 768 display resolution, and a 4-core CPU that clocks at 1.2GHz. -- Full specs

Cintiq (One model: Cintiq Companion 2 DTHW1310E)
The Cintiq Companion 2 DTHW1310E

Obviously designed for visual artists, the Cintiq Companion 2 revolves around its 2048-pressure-level Pro Pen (with nine extra nibs and a carrying case), special keys for things like brush changes and high-end specs as well, which include 128GB of storage capacity, 8GB of RAM, and a screen resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. -- Full specs

Aceson (One model: Aceson A7)
The Aceson A7

Listing a below-average 9.6-ounce weight, the Aceson A7 tablet draws a low-end portrait of itself using 8GB of storage capacity, a 1024 x 600 display resolution, a 180-minute usage time, and lowly 0.3-megapixel front-and-rear cameras. -- Full specs

Ecvilla (One unit: Ecvilla You Mi You)
The Ecvilla You Mi You

Outweighing a lot of tablets with its 35.2-ounce weight, the OTG-capable Ecvilla You Mi You shows off a rather-premium 8-core 2GHz CPU, but it might not totally impress the high-end crowd with its 0.3-megapixel front-facing camera, 16GB of storage capacity, and 1GB of RAM. -- Full specs

FX (One model: FX KB008)
The FX KB008

Weighing a rather-heavy 30.4 ounces, the FX KB008 tablet still garners a high-tier score due to its 2560 x 1600 display resolution, an 8-core 2GHz processor, 64GB of storage capacity, and an 8000mAh battery, which can charge other devices via OTG. -- Full specs

Ogima (1 tablet computer: Ogima 9-inch)
The Ogima 9-inch

The Ogima 9-inch tablet eases itself into a low-end shelf spot, keeping itself busy with a number of ordinary specs, such as 512MB of RAM, 8GB of storage capacity, 240 minutes of usage time, and a basic screen resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels. -- Full specs

Fengxiang (One model: Fengxiang VKB011B)
The Fengxiang VKB011B

The dual-SIM Fengxiang VKB011B tablet rides a high-end wave, carrying a lot of premium specs, such as a display resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels, 4GB of RAM, an 8-core 2GHz processor, and an 8-megapixel camera, which just gets teamed up with a basic 2-megapixel front-facing camera. -- Full specs

Liwiner (1 tablet computer: Liwiner M960)
The Liwiner M960

Sporting an FM radio, the 3G-capable Liwiner M960 tablet relies on a 5000mAh battery to support its OTG functions while keeping a strong hold on a basket of ordinary specs, which include a 2-megapixel rear-facing camera, a video resolution of 720 x 480 pixels, and only 1GB of RAM. -- Full specs

Autobeyond (One model: Autobeyond ABY-725)
The Autobeyond ABY-725

Its rather-weak 2400mAh battery is not the best we have seen on an OTG-capable tablet, and the Autobeyond ABY-725 continues to go beyond the low-end track with its 512MB of RAM, 8GB of storage capacity, and outrageous VGA front-and-rear cameras. -- Full specs

Excelvan (One model: Excelvan BT-MT91)
The Excelvan BT-MT91

The 277-gram Excelvan BT-MT91 takes center-stage in the entry-level category, carrying 8GB of integrated memory, 512MB of RAM, a 2-megapixel main camera, and a basic maximum video resolution of 720 x 480 pixels, but it, at least, supports OTG functions, a feature that is not offered by a lot of low-end tablets. -- Full specs

Infinity (One model: Infinity 10-inch V2)
The Infinity 10-inch V2

The Infinity V2 10.1 is a low-end, keyboard-toting tablet which sports appropriately-basic features and specs, such as a not-so-sharp 1024 x 600 resolution, 5000mAh of battery power (not especially impressive for its size), and 1GB of RAM -- although its absolute 3D sound feature seems appealing. -- Full specs



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