3 excellent gaming tablets to buy in 2020


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Gaming tablets are simply the best for playing mobile games on the go. Of course, mobile phones are more portable, but bigger screen, prolonged battery life, and better processing capabilities of tablets make all the difference. The best gaming tablets listed below will be perfect not only for playing games but also for all your daily tasks.

The difficult part is deciding which is the most suitable gaming tablet for you. There are lots of good models to choose from; more tablets seem to come out every other month. Most of them are really similar, which makes the task of choosing the right gadget even more difficult.

Don’t worry; we’re here to help you out. Read on to find the best gaming tablet for you!

1.     iPad Pro 11 (2018)

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OS: iOS

Weight: 1lb (468g)

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Dimensions: 9.75in x 7.03in x 0.23in

Screen size: 11 inches

Rear camera: 12 MP

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Front camera: 7 MP

Resolution: 1668 x 2388 pixels

RAM: 4GB / 6GB

Storage available: 64GB; 256GB; 512GB; 1TB

+Great HDR Retina display

+Now uses USB-C

+Very versatile

– Very expensive

If you want to use iOS, there’s no device that can defeat the third-generation iPad Pro. It’s important to note that the A12X Bionic chip brings the iPad Pro’s characteristics up to level with the iPhone.

The screen is large enough for you to use a tablet while it stands on a table. You can also connect a controller for more accurate play, and the device is so powerful that there will be no lagging. Touch ID was replaced with Face ID, which has led to a tinier bezel and a more appealing design overall.

In addition to all this, the iPad Pro is a great device for watching movies and TV shows, artwork, and pretty much everything else you might need it for.

2. iPad 10.2 (2019)

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OS: iOS 11

Weight: 1.07lb (483g)

Dimensions: 9.8in x 6.8in x 0.29in

Screen size: 10.2in

Rear camera: 8MP

Front camera: 1.2MP

Resolution: 1620 x 2160 pixels

RAM: 3GB

Storage available: 32GB; 128GB

+ Affordable

+ Great screen quality

+ Classy design

– Storage is limited

If iPad Pro is way too expensive for you and you feel like the newest models are overkill in most situations, you should check out the most recent 10.2-inch iPad. It’s an excellent all-rounder and still an excellent gaming tablet.

That’s because of the advanced tech operating underneath. This iPad has an Apple A10 Fusion chipset with more than enough horsepower for gaming, and a gorgeous Retina screen makes the most of it. There’s the usual lack of storage options, sure, but otherwise this is an excellent choice.

In addition to matching its predecessor’s characteristics, the tablet offers compatibility with the Smart Keyboard and the Apple Pencil, which is a revelation if you fancy drawing. It reacts to pressure and direction, enabling you to create more exciting pieces of art than ever before.

3. Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e

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OS: Android

Dimensions: 0.22in x 6.3in x 9.65in

Weight: 14.07oz (399g)

Screen size: 10.5in

Rear camera: 13 MP

Front camera: 8 MP

Resolution: 1600 x 2560 pixels

RAM: 4GB / 6GB

Storage available: 64GB; 256GB 

+Wonderful AMOLED HDR display

+Good sound

+Android OS is very customizable

– Doesn’t go with a headphone jack

Despite the fact that there’s a more modern, flashier model (the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6), the elder Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e is nevertheless our fav Android tablet. It advances upon the previous model (the S4) in a lot of ways that push it to the top of our list of the best gaming tablets. Its Super AMOLED screen is beautiful to look at, quad stereo speakers are there to get you immersed into the action, and this device is a solid few pounds lighter, too. This makes it much better not only for gaming but lots of other things as well.

The S5e has also solved one of the most serious problems of the Galaxy Tab S4 – its price. This model starts at a much better cost, and you’re still receiving top quality for your money. Yes, it’s a big issue that there’s no headphone jack, however, everything besides that is on point.


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