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Which tablet is best for me?
The right tablet computer for you SelectSmart.comdepends upon your needs, preferences and budget. Answer these questions and this selector will direct you to the most appropriate tablet(s). We have included over 100 of the most highly rated and best reviewed tablets available. See also Desktop Computer Selector.

  • What sort of computer are you looking for?
  •   A desktop computer.
      A laptop or chromebook.
      A tablet computer. (Click or scroll down)
      A smartphone.



    1. Which of these price ranges fit your budget? (Lower prices generally, but not always, means fewer features)
    Low (List price under $300. 28% of tablets are in this price range.)
    Medium (List price $300-$500. 32% of tablets are in this price range.)
    High (List price $500-$800. 29% of tablets are in this price range.)
    Very High (List price over $800. 11% of tablets are in this price range.)
    No preference
    Prioritize your choice above:
    Low Priority High Priority

    2. What sort of Internet connectivity do you want?
    4G & WiFi If you like to surf the Web and especially stream video no matter where you are, 4G is recommended.
    3G & WiFi If you value battery life more than Internet speeds, or if you live in an area that doesn't and won't have 4G coverage, 3G is good choice.
    WiFi only If you intend to use your tablet exclusively at home and at WiFI hotspots, and you want a less expensive tablet, WiFi only is the best bet.
    No preference
    Prioritize your choice above:
    Low Priority High Priority

    3. How many gigabytes? A gigabyte (GB) is a measure of computer data storage capacity. Most people need less storage than they think. If you use your tablet mostly for online applications, you'll have close to virtually unlimited online storage. This is because Netflix, Facebook, etc. store your media for you. Internal storage can be increased with a memory card.
    8 GB 12% of tablets feature this many gigabytes and have in a list price range of $120-$350.
    16 GB 35% of tablets feature this many gigabytes and have in a list price range of $100-$630.
    32 GB 24% of tablets feature this many gigabytes and have in a list price range of $180-$800.
    64 GB 24% of tablets feature this many gigabytes and have in a list price range of $300-$1000.
    128 GB 4% of tablets feature this many gigabytes and have in a list price range of $800-$1130.
    Prioritize your choice above:
    Low Priority High Priority

    4. Which of these qualities and features do you require?
    Lightweight The lightest tablets weigh 11 ounces, the heaviest weigh 2 pounds, three ounces.
    Slim profile The slimmest tablets have a depth of about a quarter inch. The thickest are about three quarters of an inch think.
    GPS capability Recieves sattlite data for navigation purposes.
    Docking keyboard A detachable keyboard which functions like a traditional laptop.
    Webcam A front facing video camera for video chats.
    Rear facing camera for taking photos and making videos.
    Fingerprint resistant screen resists oils from hands and more easily wipes clean.
    Memory card reader Memory cards allow you to store or transfer files.
    Longlife battery Battery life ranges from 4 to 14 hours.
    Prioritize your choice above:
    Low Priority High Priority

    5. Which operating system do you prefer?
    Android Google's open source operating system. Google's permissive licensing allows the software to be freely modified by developers who writing applications that extend the functionality of devices..
    iOS Apple's proprietary mobile operating system.
    Windows an operating system that was developed by Microsoft with a focus on business users.
    No preference
    Prioritize your choice above:
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    6. What size screen do you want?
    Very small screen size (7" diagonal measure.)
    Small screen size (7.7"-8.1" diagonal measure.)
    Medium screen size (8.9"-10" diagonal measure.)
    Large screen size (11" diagonal measure.)
    Very large screen size (12" diagonal measure.)
    Prioritize your choice above:
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