This affordable 8.7-inch tablet suffers from low screen resolution, sluggish performance, basic cameras and slow charging.
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This functionality offered by this 7.8-inch device goes well beyond what's offered by traditional e-readers -- as does the price tag.
This is a well-made tablet with 4G LTE support and the ability to expand its 128GB of storage via MicroSD. The processor is average and the screen lacks brightness, but the speakers impress.
A 2-in-1 with an OLED screen for £550/$600 looks like an attractive proposition, but the trade-off is a pretty basic level of performance.
HP's Chromebook x2 11 is a nice 11-inch tablet that can double up as a productivity device with its add-on keyboard. But you can buy a competent laptop with a larger screen for a similar price.
It's not a great performer and it'll charge slowly unless you dig out a 15W adapter, but this is a capable and well-built tablet for undemanding use cases.
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The 10.3-inch Note Air2 is more portable and affordable, while the larger (13.3-inch) and more expensive Max Lumi2 offers more storage space and longer battery life.
Lenovo's 13.3-inch Yoga Tab 13 offers a decent specification, including a 2K display and excellent quad-speaker audio, but portability is hampered by its bulk and weight.
Xiaomi's Pad 5 is a neat Android 11 tablet with a solid design, an excellent 120Hz screen, long battery life and great speakers.
Lenovo's ThinkPad X12 Detachable is compact and robust, with trademark ThinkPad design elements present and correct. It's a good Surface Pro 7/7+ competitor, but there are some drawbacks.