What is the best iPad? The iPad Pro is ZDNet's top choice; it is the most capable and impressive iPad in our lineup. We analyzed all of the necessary specs and performance parameters, from battery life to processor, to give you an in-depth comparison of Apple's newest tablets in time for back-to-school season.
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What is the best cheap tablet? Our number one pick is the iPad (ninth generation), starting at just $329. We analyzed and test each tablet's display, processor, battery, and storage to present you with the best cheap tablet on the market.
What is the best rugged tablet? Our expert pick is the Acer Enduro T1 with its MIL-STD-810G compliance, NFC card reader, quick-charge feature, and compact size. Rugged tablets aren't just for work that takes you outdoors. They're also great options for younger children and college students as they head back to school where daily wear and tear as well as unexpected accidents could ruin regular tablets.
What is the best large tablet? ZDNet chose Apple's iPad Pro (2021). Back-to-school season doesn't always mean finding a device that's small and ultra-portable. Here's a list of tablets from Samsung, Microsoft, and Apple that offer a large-screen experience.
There may not be a long list of Android tablets available, but you do have options.
What is the best tablet for school? The iPad (ninth generation) is ZDNet's top pick. With storage up to 256GB and a lightweight design, it's a well-rounded tablet for work, streaming, and digital art.
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