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Whether you’re looking to game on the go, watch your favorite films or are simply in the market for a computer, tablets are quickly becoming the go-to medium. While the Amazon Fire tablet was one of the first devices to essentially shape the market, a growing number of companies have started releasing their own models, with each model sporting new functions, features and options.
We’ve rounded up five of our favorite tablets on Amazon. Check ‘em out below.
1. Vankyo MatrixPad Z1 7 inch Tablet
Fast, responsive and packed inside a tight, little package, this MatrixPad seven-inch tablet sports an extra efficient 64-bit Quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM and boasts ultra-fast app launches, which is a particularly nice feature to have.
2. Lenovo Tab 4, 8″ Android Tablet
Featuring a lengthy 20-hour battery life, this Lenovo tablet is a great option for work and/or travel. Weighing just under two pounds, it’s small enough to fit in most bags and purses and durable enough to withstand bumps and shocks. It also comes with impeccable built-in dual-stereo front-facing speakers for enhanced sound in any setting.
3. Fusion5 10.1″ Android 8.1 Oreo Tablet
And for when you want a more robust option, the Fusion5 features a 10.1-inch HD IPS Screen that’s optimized for clarity at any angle. It also comes standard with the Android 8.1 Oreo operating system, which means it’s compatible with basically any and all your games and apps. It also features a whopping 32GB of storage.
4. Samsung Galaxy Tab A
Easily one of the most popular tablets on the market, the Galaxy Tab A features 32GB of storage, a super sleek frame and a beautiful eight-inch screen that works impeccably in both dark and bright settings. It also comes with a 16-hour battery life, which may not be as robust as some of the other tablets on this list but is still plenty to keep you happy.
5. Fire HD 10 Tablet
Amazon’s own fully functional tablet, the Fire 10 comes with a stunning 10.1-inch 1080p HD display and a powerful 1.8 GHZ quad-core processor for lightning-fast load times. It also comes with 2GB of built-in RAM and sports a 10-hour battery life. Sure, the specs may not sound as profound as the other tablets, but the name recognition definitely counts. Plus, Fire tablets—for the most part—are really built to last.