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The promising new hardware is here now, but it’s the software to come that could advance this tablet to the next level.
There isn't much new about Apple’s newest entry-level iPad. But it’s a better value than ever.
Updates for the new version of Microsoft's tablet are as subtle as they come, but the complete package is still a worthy competitor.
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.
The Galaxy Tab S3 is an impeccably designed tablet with an impressive stylus and stunning HD screen.
Samsung's Galaxy Book challenges Microsoft for the two-in-one title, but it's off to a wobbly start.
Packing powerful speakers and LTE, the premium Android tablet beats the iPad Mini 4 where it hurts the most: affordability.