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Samsung Galaxy Tab S3

Amazon Kindle Oasis

Microsoft Surface Pro

Amazon Kindle 2016

Apple iPad Pro 9.7

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite

Samsung Galaxy Book

Amazon Fire 8 HD Kids Edition

Amazon Fire 8 HD

Kindle Voyage

Lenovo Tab 4

Amazon Fire

Apple iPad Pro 12.9

Apple iPad Pro 10.5

Huawei MediaPad M3

Amazon Fire HD 10

Kobo Aura One

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is the best tablet the traveling binge-watcher in your life.

It's an ultra-sleek tablet with a gorgeous screen so high-tech, it's better than most people's TVs.

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Amazon Kindle Oasis is the Cadillac of e-readers. It's the best you can buy for the bookworm in your life.

The super-thin and lightweight e-reader comes with a magnetized battery case and can be held in either hand.

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Microsoft's latest Surface Pro is the best two-in-one laptop hybrid the company's ever released. 

For the person in your life who wants the power of the laptop in the body of a tablet, you can't go wrong with the Surface Pro.

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The cheapest Amazon Kindle is the entry-level model. 

It has a slimmer design than the previous model and some small feature upgrades including Bluetooth.

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The Apple iPad Pro 9.7 is a great choice for anyone who already has an iPhone. It syncs perfectly and has excellent battery life.

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The Kindle Paperwhite is a top-of-the-line e-reader. 

It has a high-resolution e-ink display.

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The Samsung Galaxy Book is a Windows 10 tablet with the body of an iPad. If the Surface Pro is a bit too bulky, the Galaxy Book is a great alternative.

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If you have kids, Amazon Kids Edition tablets are useful for one big reason: a two-year worry-free guarantee.

If the tablet breaks it, it can be returned to Amazon and replaced for free, no strings attached.

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The Amazon Fire 8 HD is also available in a non-kids version that doesn't include the two-year guarantee. 

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The Kindle Voyage is Amazon's best e-reader to date, but it doesn't come cheap.

The premium e-reader is the company's lightest touchscreen model ever, with the best resolution and contrast to date.

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Want to buy your loved one a simple tablet for casual activities? The 10-inch Lenovo Tab 4 is an affordable model with a big screen.

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The Amazon Fire is dirt cheap and, therefore, very popular. It's fine for a simple tablet, but don't expect anything too fast.

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If you have anyone in your life who loves comic books or drawing, the Apple iPad 12.9 would be a great treat for them.

Its super-sized screen is immersive for sketching, or catching up the latest issue of Black Panther.

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If the 12.9-inch iPad is TOO big, the 10.5-inch model is a nice in-between size.

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The Huawei MediaPad M3 is a great pick for anyone who needs something bigger than their smartphone for browsing the web, reading and streaming YouTube video. 

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Amazon's latest big-screen tablet has some small drawbacks, but the Fire HD 10 has great features and performance for its price.

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If the screens on Amazon e-readers are too small, try the Kobo Aura One.

It's the first waterproof e-reader and it has a 7.8-inch e-ink display.

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