Best Tablets for 2018

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  • $573 at Amazon
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    CNET's Rating

    • 10 Design
    • 8 Features
    • 9 Performance
    iPad Pro (10.5-inch, 2017)

    The promising new hardware is here now, but it’s the software to come that could advance this tablet to the next level.

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  • $380 at Amazon
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    CNET's Rating

    • 8 Design
    • 9 Features
    • 9 Performance
    Apple iPad (9.7-inch, 2018)

    There isn't much new about Apple’s newest entry-level iPad. But it’s a better value than ever.

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  • $630 at Amazon
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    CNET's Rating

    • 8 Design
    • 8 Features
    • 9 Performance
    • 9 Battery
    Microsoft Surface Pro (2017)

    Updates for the new version of Microsoft's tablet are as subtle as they come, but the complete package is still a worthy competitor.

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  • $920 at Amazon
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    CNET's Rating

    • 9 Design
    • 8 Features
    • 9 Performance
    Google Pixel C
    Android-worthy iPad replacement

    The Google Pixel C is the Android tablet to beat. It's got a sleek, solid build and features a magnetic keyboard (sold seperately) that attaches so strongly, you can hold it upside down and the tablet won't fall.

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  • $550 at Dell Home
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    CNET's Rating

    • 9 Design
    • 8 Features
    • 7 Performance
    Samsung Galaxy Tab S3

    The Galaxy Tab S3 is an impeccably designed tablet with an impressive stylus and stunning HD screen.

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  • $830 at Amazon
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    CNET's Rating

    • 9 Design
    • 8 Features
    • 8 Performance
    • 8 Battery
    Samsung Galaxy Book (12-inch)

    Samsung's Galaxy Book challenges Microsoft for the two-in-one title, but it's off to a wobbly start.

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    CNET's Rating

    • 9 Design
    • 7 Features
    • 8 Performance
    Huawei MediaPad M3

    Packing powerful speakers and LTE, the premium Android tablet beats the iPad Mini 4 where it hurts the most: affordability.

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