CNET editors round up their favorite tablets, including products from Apple, Samsung, and Google.
For only $10 more than the price of a non-touchscreen Kindle, you can get a full-featured Nextbook tablet. Surely there must be a catch?
Hewlett-Packard has undercut its $150 Android Slate 7 with a $100 tablet. And it's quad-core, to boot.
Intel's quad-core Bay Trail processor powers Dell's new 8-inch tablet -- one of the first devices up for sale with the chip.
Archos' new Platinum range -- the 80b, 97b and 101 -- are three skinny white quad-core Android tablets on a budget.
The LG G Pad 8.3 packs a Full HD display and a beefy quad-core processor into an attractive, slender metal body.
The Asus Memo Pad 8 packs an 8-inch display and a quad-core processor into a colourful body. Better yet, it'll be arriving with a cut-down price tag.
The Acer Iconia A3 boasts a 10-inch display with specs comparable to the iPad. Crucially, though, it's going to arrive with a more affordable price tag.
Equipped with an 8.3-inch screen, a Snapdragon 600 processor, and Android 4.2, the G Pad is a solid tablet from LG.
The PadFone mini 4.3 is two gadgets in one: a 4.3-inch phone and a 7-inch screen dock that becomes a tablet when you slot the mobile in the back.
Details for Samsung's rumored 12.2-inch tablet suggest that performance will be of the utmost importance.