Top 10 Tablets in February


PC & Tech Authority's Top 10s are ranked according to review scores and site traffic over a 12 month period. Basically, these products are have hit a chord with us, with Google searches, and stuff that people generally like. In other words, this list shows which products are receiving the most interest from readers on our site.
1

Review: Lenovo Yoga Book is in a class of its own

With its virtual keyboard and fantastic writing surface, the Yoga Book could be the blueprint for future laptops.

2

Review: Asus Transformer 3 Pro T303 two-in-one

Great design and a low price make for a promising two-in-one, but battery life is off the pace.

3

Review: Lenovo Ideapad Miix 700

A cheaper alternative to the Surface Pro 4, albeit with obvious sacrifices in quality.

4

Review: Amazon Fire HD 8 (2016) - fantastic tablet for the price

Neither fast nor sleek, but the Fire HD 8 is the best Android tablet you can buy for not much more than $100.

5

Review: Asus ZenBook Flip UX360CA

Not the fastest hybrid around, but the ZenBook Flip is beautifully made and offers strong battery life.

6

Review: Apple iPad Pro 9.7in tablet

Apple has made the best tablet in the world – just be prepared to spend more than the headline price.

7

Review: Google Pixel C

A superb package that nails the hybrid design, even if Android’s foibles mean it isn’t perfect.

8

Review: Samsung Galaxy TabPro S

An eye-popping screen and featherweight build make this a great 12in tablet – shame about the keyboard

9

Review: Dell's XPS 12 is all over the shop

Dell dramatically redesigns its XPS 12 for 2016, but the result is nothing more than a luxurious mess.

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