If you’re on the hunt for a new, it’s easy to assume that Apple’s iPad (including the and ) is the obvious choice. You might even overlook the Android tablet option — especially as fewer and fewer manufacturers are making them these days. But don’t write them off immediately: Several Android tablets on the market are doing their best to rival the Apple iPad.
While some might question the sanity of an Android tablet buyer in this day and age, the best Android tablet models can meet any casual or professional need, regardless of whether you’re looking for a drawing tablet, a gaming tablet or something for word processing. Some Android tablets even work with a mouse or touchpad. And if you’re already invested in the Android operating system and app ecosystem, you won’t have to buy them again for iOS.
So if you’re looking for a cheap tablet for media consumption or a premium tablet to serve as asubstitute, there are options worth exploring. We reviewed the best Android tablet options in the market, taking into consideration everything from screen size and battery life to ease of use and pressure sensitivity — basically, all the factors that go into a great tablet. So if you need an affordable tablet or something to take over for your tired Apple iPad, here are our picks for the best Android tablet out there. We’ll update this list periodically.
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