Amazon’s big, cheap tablet can now be had many different ways
It may seem like the Apple iPad currently has the tablet market cornered, but Amazon’s Fire tablets provide a cheaper alternative to Apple’s premium tablet. Oh, and Samsung also makes some tablets that are basically big versions of its Galaxy Note phones. If you’re looking for a tablet and need help sorting them all out, our reviews below should help.
Samsung’s latest tablets are saddled by familiar problems
Two screens, five cameras, one hinge, $2,000
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An iterative year-over-year update
As we pick the best tablet, we're focusing on the "tablet things" that most people want to do with a tablet. It should be good for watching video, playing games, and reading. It should also be thin, light, and have a battery that lasts long enough that you don't have to worry about it dying on your commute.
A little of the future with too much of the past
The thing about bullet trains is that they’re always on rails