Tablet Reviews For 2018

Looking for the best mobile tablets on the market? Gadget Review tells you what you need to know with our mobile tablet reviews. We cover the latest in mobile technology, including tablet reviews, comparisons, deals, and lists of the top mobile tablets available. Our expert editors review tablets from Amazon, HTC, Samsung, Toshiba, Lenovo, and LG, well as the latest iPad models from Apple.

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Best Stylus

Best Stylus

To discover the best stylus for home use or in the office, we searched for products that offer excellent precision and sensitivity, durability and a weight that is neither too light or too heavy, both of which can cause fatigue. This all comes down to the material used on the tip,…
Memomate Is A Ewriter, Tablet, And Power Bank

Memomate Is A Ewriter, Tablet, And Power Bank

I love gadgets that are several devices in one. These kinds of gadgets make multitasking easier. Plus it helps to lighten our load when we travel. It’s always best to carry a few devices rather than an entire backpack full. Artists are Going To Love This This is probably why…
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Tablet Review

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Tablet Review

The latest Galaxy Tab S makes incremental updates across the board while maintaining the same 9.7" footprint. Features like quad speakers, an HDR-capable display, and an included stylus puts the Tab S3 a good step above the rest. Add in high-end components to the hardware formula and we'll say this…
Logitech CREATE iPad Keyboard Case Review

Logitech CREATE iPad Keyboard Case Review

Got a 12.9″ iPad Air? Then you’re likely looking for a case to protect it from the rigors of life. One such option is Logitech CREATE Keyboard Case, a case that combines both protection and a backlit keyboard. So how does Logitech CREATE Keyboard Case fair? Read my Logitech CREATE Keyboard…
ASUS ZenPad Z8 Android Tablet Review

ASUS ZenPad Z8 Android Tablet Review

ASUS' latest ZenPad Z8 is an Android tablet in collaboration with Verizon Wireless. It focuses on value but still packs a punch in terms of specs and quality, such as a 2K IPS display and dual front-facing speakers. You'll also get the latest version of Android, 6.0.1 Marshmallow. Find out…
Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 Receive Major Upgrades

Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 Receive Major Upgrades

Have money burning holes in your wallet? The Surface Book and Surface Pro 4, with their god-tier models, would like to have a word.
The Logi CREATE Gives Your iPad Pro A Pro Keyboard

The Logi CREATE Gives Your iPad Pro A Pro Keyboard

If you’re a fan of Apple products, you’re probably excited for the iPad Pro. But the “Pro” factor is somewhat diminished by the fact that it, uh, doesn’t come with a keyboard. Or, rather, it comes with a keyboard that you might prefer to be a bit more professional. So,…
Samsung Announces Massive Galaxy View Tablet

Samsung Announces Massive Galaxy View Tablet

If your big problem with tablets is that they have all been too small for your tastes, then Samsung has a solution for you: The massive Galaxy View. This monster tablet sports an 18.4-inch screen, and the whole tablet is specifically designed for media use and entertainment. It’s not the…
Google’s Pixel C is a Great Professional Tablet with One Giant Flaw

Google’s Pixel C is a Great Professional Tablet with One Giant Flaw

If you’ve been paying attention to Google news lately, you’ve probably heard a lot of talk about the Pixel C. For years now Google has been content to swim in the Chromebook waters without diving out too far in serious tablet seas. The Pixel C is changing that, and there’s…
The New iPad Pro: Bigger, Stronger, and More Spendy Than Ever

The New iPad Pro: Bigger, Stronger, and More Spendy Than Ever

Some of the biggest news from the Apple event was the announcement of a new iPad model called the iPad Pro. It’s not exactly a surprise (following closely in the footsteps of MacBook lines) but it is a new product, so it deserves a closer look. Fortunately, that won’t be…
Amazon Upgrades The Kindle Paperwhite

Amazon Upgrades The Kindle Paperwhite

If you like books, but hate lugging books around, the Kindle has been a godsend. You can pack in a dozen books and haul them to the beach in one small package, and you can just keep your library on you for those moments when you need to look something…
Weekly Hack: How to Use Your Tablet as a Second Monitor

Weekly Hack: How to Use Your Tablet as a Second Monitor

Using two monitors is an absolute necessity nowadays for productivity, but not every PC you use will have a second screen. With tablets becoming more common (and having bigger screens), using an Android tablet or iPad as a second monitor is a quick and convenient hack setup to help increase productivity. While…
Phorm Case Creates Physical iPad Keys On Demand

Phorm Case Creates Physical iPad Keys On Demand

Tactus and its Phorm iPad Mini case can perform a fun magic trick: Turn the case on, and keypad buttons appear in the screen, right where the touch-based keyboard buttons are. No longer do you have to type through sight and sound alone! This tactile addition is possible through a…
TextBlade Is The Portable Keyboard Your iPad Has Been Waiting For

TextBlade Is The Portable Keyboard Your iPad Has Been Waiting For

Tablets have arguably become enormously popular because they simplify a lot of what we want to do with a computer, namely goof off on the Internet and play silly games. But as they become more common, and we look for more productivity out of our tablets and to dump the…
5 Of The Best Logitech iPad Keyboard Cases

5 Of The Best Logitech iPad Keyboard Cases

Apple iPad is probably one of the best tablets available in the market. It has many traits which sets it apart from its competitors, but the on-screen keyboard it comes with isn’t the best feature of the tablet. It’s small, and may not be the best to suit the typing…

Learn More About Tablets

Tablets, also called tablet computers or tablet PCs, are mobile computers with a touchscreen display, circuits, and power all in one unit. Tablets recognize finger gestures such as swipes, taps and pinches instead of a computer mouse, and often include technology such as an accelerometer, ambient light and proximity sensors, and gesture recognition. Some tablets are also capable of connecting with a cellphone carrier such as AT&T and Verizon.

The use of tablets has largely replaced PCs in the mobile environment, as well as become a larger alternative for smartphones. Let Gadget Review help you make the right choice the next time you purchase a tablet, with buying guides for the best mobile tablets out there.

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