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Best Tablets 2017 Reviews

Number of votes: 56
Rating : 3.34
If you don't know which one Tablet to buy, we will help you to make the best decision. You can see below a list of the best Tablets which you can buy online.

Fire, 7" Display, Wi-Fi, 16 GB
The best in low price competition
Review:
When it comes to tablet eReaders, Amazon’s Fire (7" Display, Wi-Fi, 16 GB) is the perfect option for readers on the go. The size is optimal: reading eBooks, as well as web surfing—is easy, and it fits comfortably into your hands. The screen is ideal for reading, and it will not strain your eyes.

The battery life is very good; you can use your Fire for 8 hours or more without needing to charge it. Moreover, the device syncs up with your Kindle account, so that you can keep your library and highlights intact. It also comes with a camera, and the casing is sturdy for maximum protection. The Fire also allows users to set up accounts with age-restricted access. This way, not only can every family member read books on it, but parents can also limit the time their kids spend surfing the Web.

With its low price (under 60$), this iteration of the Fire is a bargain. It also makes a great, affordable present for your well-read loved ones. Please be advised, however: ads are displayed on the lock screen when you're not using the device. Fortunately, you can get rid of them by paying a small fee.
Lenovo Tab 2 10-Inch 16 GB Tablet (Navy Blue)
The best in middle price competition
Review:
If you need a new tablet, you should definitely look into getting a Lenovo Tab 2 10-Inch (16 GB). The Tab 2 is versatile and suited to many different applications, such as browsing the Internet, watching movies or TV shows, and reading eBooks. It has no lag; it offers a smooth experience, so you'll be able to access all the websites you want without having to worry about slow loading times or page crashes.

It has amazing image quality, with sharp resolution that’s great both for viewing images and for watching music videos, sports games, and action-filled blockbusters. Plus, the Tab 2 is free of useless software that will clog it up or slow down your performance. It runs on Android 4.4 (KitKat).

With a battery that lasts 10 hours, this is definitely one of the best available options in terms of battery life. It has a flash memory of 16 GB, while it has RAM memory of 2G. In addition, the Tab 2 offers GPS capability (you can download a compatible GPS app for free on the Google Play store). With a price tag of less than 180$, you can get remarkable performance on a discounted budget.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7"
The best in high price competition
Review:
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7" (32GB) is a great tablet, to put it mildly. It has a flash memory of 32 GB, and 3 GB of RAM memory. With its fast processing speed, it doesn't suffer from lag or stutter, as its competitors do. Quickly changing screens is a breeze with this Galaxy Tab, as it responds instantly to your movements. A receptive device, it responds well to touching and is easy to maneuver with.

The S2 runs on Android 5.0 (Lollipop). Because of this, you can easily import all your apps from other Android devices. It has amazing image quality, with excellent contrast, and it's well-suited to both reading websites and watching Netflix. You can also adjust the color quality, and it offers a reading mode which is easier on the eyes.

The S2 is light and thin (though it might not seem that way) and it can be easily slipped into a jacket pocket. In fact, it's lighter and thinner than the Galaxy Tab S. Its 9.7-inch screen is the same size as that of the iPad Mini, which is familiar and comforting—and much more convenient than the 10.5 inches its predecessor has. It uses your fingerprints to authenticate your identity. This feature is integrated with LastPass, a well-known password manager