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The Fire 7 is only around $50, but in terms of build quality and performance, it is easily comparable with $200+ tablets. The chassis is durable, and it will easily survive a fall to the ground. Apps load fairly quickly; streaming videos and playing games, for the most part, works very well, although it does occasionally feel sluggish. See More
This tablet has you covered in terms of basic functionality. You can browse the web, read books and articles, and listen to music and audiobooks. It also comes equipped with Amazon's virtual assistant - Alexa. You can ask her to set an alarm, check the weather, jot down a shopping list, and so on. See More
While the Galaxy Tab S3 is not as powerful as a typical laptop with comparable price, it has decent specs, a keyboard (sold separately), and a stylus that make it a quite capable workstation. Of course, it won't be able to replace your normal computer completely, but it will suffice to get some work done in a coffee shop. See More
The Galaxy Tab S3 has one of the best displays on the market. It's a Super AMOLED screen with a high resolution - 2048 x 1536, that provides a very sharp image even in direct sunlight and works great for watching videos, gaming, and reading. The HDR technology makes it great for watching films because you can see every small detail, even if the action happens in the dark. See More
The Sony Xperia Z4 tablet is very powerful: it has 64-bit octa-core processor clocked at 2GHz and 3GB of RAM. You can watch movies, videos and play 3D games without a hint of lag. For extra $400 you can get a Bluetooth keyboard that will turn Z4 into nearly a full-featured laptop. See More