This is Microsoft's fourth-generation 2-in-1 detachable. It builds on the Surface Pro 3, adding faster and more energy efficient processors, more RAM and storage options, larger display, and better system cooling.
Whatever your Windows 10 tablet needs, there's a configuration of the Surface Pro 4 to suit you (although at the upper-end the price does get a bit steep).
Price: From $899 | More information
This is the Windows 10 tablet for someone on a tight budget. As long as your expectations are grounded in reality, this Atom-powered tablet is a decent workhorse.
Price: $299 | More information
Here Apple has taken the 12.9-inch iPad Pro and compacted it down into a form factor that existing iPad users will be familiar with. It even offers some improvements over the 12.9-inch iPad Pro in the form of an improved camera, better display, as well as being the first iPad to support True Tone Flash and Retina Flash.
Price: From $599 | More information
Want something that's between an iPhone 6s Plus and an iPad, and have it cost under $300? The iPad mini 2 is just the tablet for you. It lacks some of the features o the later iOS devices -- such as Touch ID - but it's still a very capable device.
Price: From $269 | More information
Everything about the Pixel C - from the beautiful yet sturdy aluminum build, to the excellent hardware - makes this a worthy contender to Apple's iPad.
And, being a Google tablet, you're guaranteed to get Android updates before anyone else.
Price: $499 | More information
A budget Android tablet with a focus on gaming.
Price: $199 | More information
Looking for a Linux-powered tablet? Well, I got a Linux-powered tablet for you! This is Canonical's first Ubuntu tablet built by the Spanish OEM BQ.
Price: Approx $230 | More information