The Gadgets 360 Best Tablets page lists the highest-rated tablets we’ve recently evaluated.
The tablets were released less than two years ago and have received an 8 or higher rating.
When you consider that the Gadgets 360 evaluation is quite thorough, you can rest assured that any tablet on our list will perform admirably in all areas.
The models listed on the Gadgets 360 Best Tablets page are sorted by overall rating and date of release, so the lower the rating, the lower the rating, and the higher the rating, the higher the rating.
This also indicates that among tablets with the same grade, the ones that appear higher up are the ones that have been released most frequently.
Apple iPad Air
The redesigned look of the 2020 iPad Air is more in line with the iPad Pro models than with the mainstream variants.
You’ll receive Apple’s new A14 Bionic SoC, which offers enough power for apps and games, as well as beefed-up AI processing for machine learning and security on the device.
There are five color options, as well as 64GB or 256GB of storage and cellular-enabled or Wi-Fi-only models.
Apple also sells peripherals like the Magic Keyboard and Apple Pencil, which add a lot of capability but are a bit pricey.
The Realme Pad is the company’s first foray into the Android tablet market. It provides capable hardware in small packaging at a low cost.
Everything works perfectly as long as you don’t use it as a productivity tool.
The tablet boasts a high-resolution display that is sharp and bright enough to work in bright sunlight.
Widevine L1 certification, which enables for full-HD video streaming quality, was designed with media consumption in mind.
The quad-speaker audio configuration adds to the experience by delivering sound that is loud and clear enough to fill a room.
Although software performance is flawless, with only 3GB or 4GB of RAM, this tablet is best suited for running basic programs.
Lenovo Tab P11 Pro
The Lenovo Tab P11 Pro is a premium tablet with a slim design and metal and glass construction.
Even though it’s only 5.8mm thick, it manages to fit four speakers and a fingerprint scanner.
It can be connected to a keyboard case that is available separately.
For selfies, there are two 8-megapixel front cameras (one of which is an infrared camera), as well as a 13-megapixel primary camera and a 5-megapixel ultrawide camera on the back.
However, the camera quality is below average, however, there has a back-mounted LED flash.
The audio quality is superb, and it complements the 11.5-inch OLED WQXGA display, which is Dolby Vision certified.
The tablet is capable of gaming, however, it lacks a display with a fast refresh rate. With a day of use, the battery life is excellent.
iPad mini (Apple) (2021)
The 8.3-inch Liquid Retina display on the all-new iPad mini (2021) Wi-Fi is larger than the 7.9-inch screen on the previous iPad mini.
The latest A15 Bionic chip, which is rated to give up to 80% faster performance than the previous generation, is also used in the new model.
The 12-megapixel Ultra Wide selfie camera on the new iPad mini has a 122-degree field of vision. It also adds support for the iPad Pro’s Center Stage.
A 12-megapixel camera sensor is found on the rear, which is combined with a True Tone flash and supports Smart HDR as well as 4K video recording.
Wi-Fi + Cellular Apple iPad (2021)
The iPad Wi-Fi + Cellular (2021) features a 10.2-inch display.
It runs on Apple’s A13 Bionic processor and has a 12-megapixel ultra-wide front camera with Center Stage, which keeps the focus on the person even when they move.
Apple Pencil (1st generation) and Smart Keyboard are supported on the new tablet, which runs on iPadOS 15. Wi-Fi 6 and 4G cellular connectivity are both supported.
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