The best tablets to buy

Whether you're looking for an iPad or an Android tablet, we've got you covered with our best tablets to buy roundup.

Best tablets to buy this year

by Curtis Moldrich |

Need to access the internet on the go? Smartphones have larger screens than ever before, but if you want to get a significantly better viewing experience, it’s worth trying a tablet. In essence, a tablet is a larger version of a handset, and it’ll also sometimes be more powerful, too.

While not all tablets come with cellular data – and others do, but at an increased cost – they make up for it with extra processing grunt, generally more memory and some other key features, such as stylus compatibility.

From streaming your favourite shows to drawing digital sketches, tablets support a wide range of functions – and here are some of the best.

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