Android Tablets For 2019

We bring you Android tablet reviews that cover tablets of all sizes and configuration. The best Android tablets by Asus, Samsung Google, Toshiba, and other brands are discussed in detail, include the best 7-inch Android tablets. Pure tablets or tablet hybrids, models such as Sony Xperia Z4 for newbies or versatile gaming tablets such as the Nvidia Shield are reviewed for features and performance. Android, by virtue of being an open source OS, offers a diverse range of tablets and there’s a tablet for every need.

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ASUS Nexus 7 Review

ASUS Nexus 7 Review

The future is now, or at least that’s what Google wants you to believe. They may not be wrong; with technology moving at the pace it is, even a slow economy and perhaps the worst political climate in history isn’t doing much to slow down technological growth. And Google is…
Amazon Kindle Fire HD vs Barnes & Noble Nook HD

Amazon Kindle Fire HD vs Barnes & Noble Nook HD

Two HD tablet/e-reader devices, from two companies that started out in hardware for the sole purpose of selling e-books, and just a few short years later they’re here contending for the best 7″ tablet. So far, that space isn’t such a big deal to fill. The Nexus 7 has won…
ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T Review

ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T Review

In the range of 10” tablets, the iPad reigns supreme. At just 9.7”, it is the unstoppable force that no company has managed to put a serious dent into for over two years. And while companies like Samsung have tried, their products have failed by comparison alone. ASUS has the…
Barnes and Noble Nook HD and HD+ Unveiled, Price and Ship Date Announced

Barnes and Noble Nook HD and HD+ Unveiled, Price and Ship Date Announced

From where we sit, you’ll soon be able to buy a car in HD.  What are we talking about?  Yesterday, Barnes and Nobles announced the new Nook HD and Nook HD+.  Needless to say they’re a response to Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD, though these were in development long before Amazon…
Hands On with Amazon’s 7-inch Kindle Fire HD and Paperwhite E-reader (pics)

Hands On with Amazon’s 7-inch Kindle Fire HD and Paperwhite E-reader (pics)

The market might be saturated with a variety of tablet devices, and few have been as successful as Apple’s iPad. However, Amazon, who has long sold their Kindle E-Reader, entered the competitive tablet landscape last year with their Kindle Fire. And today, the company announced its successor, along with a…
Archos Gamepad is a 7″ Android Tablet with Physical Built-in Gaming Control, Costs just $180

Archos Gamepad is a 7″ Android Tablet with Physical Built-in Gaming Control, Costs just $180

While gaming on a touchscreen device is viable, it’s far cry from the tactile experience found on consoles and handhelds, such as the PSP or Nintendo 3DS.  Nevertheless, there are thousands of games available, and as a result millions of gamers suffering through an anything but engaging experience. While the…
Samsung 5.8 Galaxy Player Isn’t Phone or Tablet, Some Where in the Middle

Samsung 5.8 Galaxy Player Isn’t Phone or Tablet, Some Where in the Middle

The iPhone 5, needless to say, is the biggest piece of rumors news related to Apple.  However, one of the lesser talked about stories is if they’ll discontinue the iPod Touch…maybe.  Sure, it still fulfills a segment of the market, albiet a small one, but it’s clear that their bread…
Archos 101 XS Android Tablet Review

Archos 101 XS Android Tablet Review

Everyone wants to touch it. No that’s not a new Nicki Minaj club hit. It’s the current way the tech wind blows. Fondle-friendly touchscreen tablets are multiplying.  It seems a new contender enters the competitively turbid waters bi-monthly. Exaggeration, maybe! But you get the message. An army of slabs is…
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 with Digitizer Drawing Panel, Launch Date and Price Announced

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 with Digitizer Drawing Panel, Launch Date and Price Announced

Pardon the cliche, but new tablets are a dime a dozen.  Very few of them stand out, and even few of them are worth laying ink to paper, so to speak.  However, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10.1 looks to be the exception. The S-Pen slate will hit retail shelves tomorrow, August…
Wikipad Android Gaming Tablet Releases More Specs, Ups the Screen to 10″

Wikipad Android Gaming Tablet Releases More Specs, Ups the Screen to 10″

When we last told you about the Wikipad, we didn’t know much in the way of specs, though we heard there were plans for a 10.1-inch variant.  And as it turns out that variant will be the actual size when the Android based gaming tablet goes into production, with a…
Nexus 7 Tablet by Google Is Just $199

Nexus 7 Tablet by Google Is Just $199

Google’s Nexus 7 will feature NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 processor and is the first quad-core 7-inch tablet running on the newest version of Android 4.1, aka Jelly Bean, for $199. The new tablet was built to work seamlessly with Google Play and features fast web surfing, high quality gaming, seamless multitasking…
Lenovo IdeaPad A1 Review

Lenovo IdeaPad A1 Review

In the current world of tablets two camps have emerged; in one, you have the companies that are directly trying to compete with the iPad.  These are your Samsung Galaxy Tabs, your Acer Iconia Tabs, and your Asus Transformers.  In the other group are the tablets that are on the…
Wikipad: the Android 4.0 Tablet Gaming Device with Vita like Controls and Buttons (pics)

Wikipad: the Android 4.0 Tablet Gaming Device with Vita like Controls and Buttons (pics)

Gaming on a tablet, while practical in many ways, at leaset for the casual gamer, isn’t the experience that any hardcore gamer is seeking.  In that case there is always Sony’s PSP or Vita and Nintendo 3Ds.  But those are hardly an all in one answer, especially if you’re still…
ASUS Padfone vs. Apple iPad and iPhone 4S (comparison)

ASUS Padfone vs. Apple iPad and iPhone 4S (comparison)

We all want to have the latest gadgets, and nowadays that means tablets and smartphones. But having both is tough. Both are expensive and fairly similar in use and design. Tablets are better for viewing media, playing games and for video chat. Smartphones are better for calls (obviously), typed communications…
Motorola Xyboard 8.2 Review

Motorola Xyboard 8.2 Review

Tablets these days come in all shapes and sizes, from phone/tablets that are 5″ to 12″ screens from the far east, bigger than some soon to be forgotten netbooks. But 8.2″ isn’t a familiar one. In fact, that size is unique in that it’s larger than today’s smaller tablets but…

Learn More About Android Tablets

It’s just a matter of finding out the right Android tablet for you. Our android tablet reviews can help you with it. Use them as buying guides and make an informed purchase decision. Looking for a tablet with great audio, then check out the Amazon Fire HDX 8.9. If you’re always connected and have your data in the cloud, then it’s the Nexus for you. And, we’ll let you when there’s a sale happening or there are deals on tablets to be grabbed.

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