Hi guys. Are you wondering what the best 10-inch tablet is for this year? If so, we’re going to check out the five best 10-inch tablets on the market. This list was made based on personal views and is listed based on price, quality, durability, and more.

# 1:  The Apple iPad Air Tablets

The latest Apple iPad air is much like the iPad Pro in all but name. Suppose you can live without the face ID, uniform bezels, and type C port offered by the current pro. Then this 10.5 inch iPad is a compelling offering, especially considering its cheaper price point.

Design-wise the iPad design is iconic. Therefore, its design hasn’t changed drastically despite the expanded screen. The aluminum frame feels well built and cool to the touch. It features a touch ID home button in the bottom bezel and the same speaker design, meaning those bezels remain fairly large, but they’re practical for holding on.

As for color choices, the air comes in silver gold and Space Gray, which sets the air apart from the regular 10.2 inch iPad is the a12 Bionic processor. This is efficient, powerful,  and able to handle pretty much anything you throw at it. If you edit a movie in iMovie or turn through some photos in Lightroom, it’ll do that effortlessly.

The LCD screen highlights bright enough to see in sunny conditions, and it looks sharp. The gesture system makes it easy to navigate with a widescreen, and many multi-tasking features make the iPad air more flexible. And if you want to get work done on the iPad Air, you’re in luck because it supports the smart keyboard as well as the Apple pencil.

The battery has a 30 point 2 watt-hour rechargeable battery, which is good for around 10 hours of Wi-Fi browsing. To conclude, the iPad Air is not the most creative Apple slate on the market, but it easily earns a place as the best tablets of the year by having all the basics right and is an ideal choice for most buyers.

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# 2: Amazon Fire HD 10 tablets

Amazon’s cheap but good enough media tablets get a much-needed speed boost and updated software, which is just enough to make the fire HD 10 still the budget tablet to buy for bigger screen video watching.

Slip the Fire HD 10 from its simple cardboard packaging, and you’ll find a minimalist design that’s all about the 10.1-inch screen at 9.8 millimeters thin, 504 grams in weight, and 262 millimeters long. It is relatively quick to keep the Fire HD 10 on a couch or pack it for the commute.

A selection of own-brand cases will position a cover that folds into an efficient kickstand over the screen. In addition, when going around the body, you’ll find a 3.5-millimeter headphone port, micro USB, the standby button, and volume controls all sitting on one end with a protected micro SD card slot on the side. Performance-wise the Fire HD 10 features a brilliant 10.1 inch, 1080p full HD display, 1920 by 1200 screen with a quad-core 1.8 gigahertz processor.

2 gigabytes of RAM, and either 32 or 64 gigabytes of onboard storage, expandable up to 256 gigabytes via micro sd, great for keeping photos, favorite movies and compatible games and apps with you. The Fire HD 10 includes Alexa integration as standard. You can now use Alexa hands-free mode to pause videos, play music, open apps, show sports scores, display the weather, and more.

In addition, the stereo speakers at the top are reasonably loud and clear, but when turned up to capacity, they lack bass and sound a little shrill. For attaching your headphones, there’s a headphone socket or Bluetooth.

We’re expected to mention battery life. For 11 hours 22 minutes, the Fire HD 10 persisted. If you want yourself or your children to have a new tablet, but you don’t want to spend a lot of money, then get the Fire HD 10. It’s the best tablet for a value that you can purchase.

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# 3: the Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Pro Tablets

Lenovo’s 10.1-inch yoga Tab 3 Pro is a powerful Android slate that adds a rotatable mini projector for beaming content onto walls, ceilings, or screens. Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 pro feels like a premium product. It is made of metal and aluminum, and the leather panel on the back is comfortable to the touch and simple to hold.

The solid structure has a weight of 665 grams. For easy viewing anywhere, the unique touch screen gives you four angles; scroll through recipes while cooking, check your social media while you eat, watch movies while you figure out whatever works for you.

You can find a micro USB port on the top of the tablet, and there is a headphone jack on the bottom. Under the hinge, there’s a place to put a micro SD card. The Yoga Tab 3 Pro runs on a quad-core Intel Atom x5 z 8500 at 1.44 in terms of performance. It’s a four gigahertz 2.2 with 2 gigabytes of RAM supported.

It has a 5-megapixel front camera and a 13-megapixel rear camera. The 10.1-inch display has a rather impressive 299 PPI of 2560 by 1600 pixels, which is right at the top of the latest 10-inch tablet specifications.

The signature feature of the Yoga Tab 3 Pro is the built-in projector built into the stand, enabling you to change the angle of the projectors and still use the tablet conveniently when projecting, which is awesome for presentations. We must mention the sound quality.

The Tab 3 Pro has four integrated front-facing speakers with Dolby Atmos to deliver powerful, clear, dynamic audio. It has an 18-hour battery life allowing you to play all day and night without needing to charge. Overall the Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Pro offers a cool projector and long battery life, making it the best option for those wanting to use a tablet for entertainment.

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# 4: The Microsoft Surface Go

“The surface go” is a marvelous machine that gives you a perfect 10-inch tablet experience with Windows 10. When you think of a budget, you usually don’t think of sturdy build quality.

The silver magnesium case looks and feels premium, weighing just 1.15 pounds and still a featherweight 1.6 pounds with the keyboard attached. On the more expensive surface pro, you get the same nifty kickstand that you’ll find. Making it easy to turn or stand the tablet from tablet to laptop mode.

There’s one USB C port, a Surface Connect port for charging and docking, and a micro SD card slot to go along with a headphone jack. The surface pro feels speedy in everyday use. It features an Intel Pentium Gold 44 15y processor with four gigabytes of RAM and 64 gigabytes of eMMC storage.

Microsoft’s display game continues to be top-notch on the surface go at 1,800 by 1200 pixels. Like most tablets, the bezels around the 10-inch pixel sense display is pretty large, but that allows you to grip the device from any side without accidentally triggering anything on the screen. The optional Surface Pro keyboard is surprisingly comfortable to use, and we like its backlit.

In addition, the surface goes does an outstanding job managing a normal workload and balancing 15 open tabs while streaming Spotify in Google Chrome and the strive messaging app. As for battery life, we found it was around 6 hours on a charge. Overall, the surface go is the ultimate secondary PC;

The 10-inch monitor is vibrant and vivid. The output of the Pentium is very solid for the price, and it is possible to beat the construction quality and sheer portability and make an excellent choice.

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# 5: The Samsung Galaxy Tab s6

The Galaxy Tab s6 is the greatest effort on the tablet market by Samsung and finally adds some clout to the slate space of Android. Design-wise, the tab s6 features an aluminum chassis, brilliant 10.5 inch AMOLED display with dual rear cameras. It’s available in two colors, mountain grey and rose blush.

Both models look essentially the same from the front, with a black bezel with a white screen in the middle. The 5.7-millimeter thick design feels slim in hand, and the bezels are pretty small, giving it a light portable feeling overall. It’s solid and well finished.

Besides, the s6 tab supports the same stylus as the phones in the Galaxy Note series. For the stylus on the back, Samsung carved out a channel that also serves as a performance charging dock. The Galaxy Tab s6 uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor with the option of six gigabytes or eight gigabytes of RAM paired with either 128 or 256 gigabytes of storage.

You can expand storage by another 512 gigabytes by SD card slot. The display is a 2560 by 1600 AMOLED panel with HDR 10-plus support, making a cinematic video look beautiful, thanks to OLED’s excellent contrast. On the back, you’ve got a dual-camera setup with a 13-megapixel standard camera plus a 5-megapixel ultra-wide came.

There’s also an 8-megapixel forward-facing camera. Moving on as a media tablets, this is a great option, especially when you factor in the impressive speakers, which are loud, clear and give solid stereo separation when it’s square in front of you.

A quick word regarding the battery life 10 hours of work is easily achieved to conclude the tab s6 is a solid tablet. It’s beautifully designed, it has got a lovely screen and speakers and the fact that it comes with a stylus makes it great value and one we recommend you take a look at.

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