'HP’s latest phone-tablet seems carefully considered and sensible.'
'The rear camera tries its best to capture good images but fails. '
'Great full HD display'
'Good battery life.'
Slim and well-built, Solid performance
'But if you prefer a larger screen, the $199 ASUS MeMO Pad Me181C is one of the best 8-inch budget tablets we've had the pleasure of reviewing. '
'The display looks about average with good maximum brightness, but pales in comparison with the Galaxy Tab S 8.4's stunning 2,560-by-1,600-pixel AMOLED display. '
'Taken in isolation, the Asus Transformer Pad TF103C is a nice entry-level tablet. '
'The Transformer Pad is more expensive than the cheapest Chromebooks, but it's slightly faster and carries an abundance of native apps.'
'poor color accuracy'
'Its downfalls include a boring out-of-date and overwhelmingly plastic design and laggy trackpad. '
Unexpected Competition for the iPad mini
good for reading, but hardly the best budget tablet
barely an upgrade from the Tab 3 and overpriced to boot
The Nook isn’t quite dead, but the uninspired Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook may be its death rattle.
A Galaxy in Nook's clothing
The Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014) is the Swiss Army Knife of tablets
the 10-inch high-end Samsung tablet gets a little makeover
Pros: Great design, amazing screen.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition is a solid Android productivity tablet with improved S Pen, screen, and specs. But its $550+ price and occasional performance glitches will steer many away.
Affordable, Sharp display, Good performance for price
Gorgeous IPS display with wide viewing angles, Strong battery life
Excellent value, Strong screen, Decent performance
Asus follows its Nexus successes with another tiny for the budget market
Stylish and simple, but skippable
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