Price: $109 and $149 for the 8- and 10-inch models, respectively. The Plus versions run $199 and $249.
Availability: May 2017
The outlook: The Lenovo Tab 4 is the most traditional tablet on this list, as it doesn't have a keyboard accessory to go with it.
Instead, it's a pure media consumption device, ready for streaming Netflix, playing games or simply surfing the web.
The Plus versions have better screens and faster processors, making them more expensive.
The outlook: The Miix 320 is an affordable 10-inch Windows 10 tablet PC that includes a detachable keyboard and trackpad for more of a laptop experience.
It measures 17.5 mm (0.7 inches) thick and weighs 1.02 kg (2.2 pounds) with the keyboard, and Lenovo claims up to 10 hours of battery life.
The outlook: The Lenovo Miix 720 is similar to the Microsoft Surface Pro 4, and that's probably the best compliment it can get.
It has a detachable keyboard cover with a touchpad and a fold-out kickstand that adjusts the viewing angle up to 150 degrees. Unlike the Surface, though, the keyboard is included with the Miix.
The outlook: The HP Elitebook x360 is a slim business-friendly notebook with a 360-degree hinge that allows it to be used as a tablet.
It's a tough hybrid, tested against MIL-spec standards for drops and spill resistance. The display, in either full HD or 4K versions, is covered with Corning Gorilla Glass.
The outlook: While the Samsung Chromebook Pro is a solid notebook in the $500 range, it's technically a hybrid that can be used as a tablet.
Thanks to its 360-degree hinge, you can use it as a tablet when gaming or watching TV.
The design is only part of the Samsung Chromebook Pro's appeal. If you're a Chromebook skeptic, hold you reservations until you see this bad boy.
Availability: Available now
The outlook: Apple's latest tablet isn't its best one ever, but it is a good deal for anyone on a budget who's interested in an iPad.
The outlook: Though nothing has been confirmed, a new Surface Pro tablet is rumored to be on the way.
Microsoft usually unveils new hardware in the spring. The Surface Pro 4 -- one of the best tablet-hybrids around -- came out in late 2015.
Because of the gap in time and the expectation of new products in the first half of the year, many suspect a new Surface Pro tablet should arrive soon.