Top rated Android tablets

Good Gear Guide's top rated Android tablets.

Our top rated selections are a rank of the top Android tablets based on review scores by the Good Gear Guide editorial team.

We keep this list constantly updated as we review new products. So this is your one-stop guide to the best Android tablets on the market, as tested and reviewed by the Good Gear Guide team.

We test all smartphones accurately and to the highest standards, so that our readers are as informed as possible. Our review process is designed to ensure that smartphones are assessed equally. The basic criteria used by our reviewers includes value, features, performance and design. We rate each product using a five-star scale, with one star being poor, and five stars being highly recommended.

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Nexus 7
4.25

1. Google Nexus 7 Android tablet

When you combine the Nexus 7's low price with its excellent performance, it's easy to see why it represents such outstanding value. The Nexus 7 stacks up superbly against rival devices that command a price tag well above its $249-$299 ...
Review Date: 24th July, 2012
RRP: $ 249.00
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Nexus 10
4.25

2. Google Nexus 10 Android tablet

The Google Nexus 10 is a thin and lightweight tablet with an exceptional screen and a competitive price. It's only let down by a lack of expandable memory and the fact there's not enough third-party apps optimised for its larger ...
Review Date: 11th Dec., 2012
RRP: $ 469.00
Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T
4.25

3. ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T Android tablet

An excellent, high resolution screen, a stylish design that's well constructed and great battery life make the ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity one of the best Android tablets on the market. However, the lack of 3G or 4G connectivity is a ...
Review Date: 29th Aug., 2012
RRP: $ 999.00
Galaxy Note 8.0
3.75

4. Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 Android tablet

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 is a handy tablet with some nice software features but it's let down by a slippery, plastic build and an expensive price tag. Unless you desperately need the S Pen, buy a Google Nexus 7.
Review Date: 13th May, 2013
RRP: $ 459.00
Arc
3.75

5. Kobo Arc Android tablet

The Kobo Arc is a 7-inch Android tablet that offers value over the Google Nexus 7 in its Tapestries interface, tied into Kobo’s e-book store. It’s a device that sits between an e-reader and a vanilla tablet, and it’s made ...
Review Date: 18th Jan., 2013
RRP: $ 299.00
Transformer Pad TF300T
4.00

6. ASUS Transformer Pad TF300T Android tablet

Despite some software stability issues that need to be ironed out, the ASUS Transformer Pad TF300 is a competitively priced Android tablet that offers plenty of bang for your buck. The keyboard dock is a genuinely impressive add-on and makes ...
Review Date: 1st June, 2012
RRP: $ 599.00
Eee Pad Transformer Prime
4.00

7. ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime Android tablet

If you don't want an iPad, the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime is the tablet you do want. It has a great design, a nifty keyboard dock, slick, up-to-date software and great performance. The lack of 3G is a pain ...
Review Date: 25th Jan., 2012
RRP: $ 799.00
Tablet S
4.00

8. Sony Tablet S Android tablet

Sony has put a lot of work into the Tablet S and it definitely shows: its the most comfortable Android tablet to hold and use. It also bundles some exclusive, nifty apps that you won't find on any other tablet. ...
Review Date: 8th Dec., 2011
RRP: $ 499.00
Galaxy Tab 10.1
4.00

9. Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Android tablet

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is without a doubt the best Android tablet on the market. It's thinner and lighter than Apple's iPad 2, despite having a larger screen, and offers most of the functions and features of its competitors. ...
Review Date: 12th Aug., 2011
RRP: TBA
Tablet AT270
3.75

10. Toshiba Tablet AT270 Android tablet

The Toshiba Tablet AT270 has an excellent display, a good design, comfortable ergonomics and impressive performance. However, at $539 the AT270 is an incredibly tough sell given Google's Nexus 7 provides far superior value. Tough to recommend, barring a massive ...
Review Date: 10th July, 2012
RRP: $ 539.00
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