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Notebookcheck's Top 10 Tablets

Patrick Afschar (translated by Martina Osztovits), 03/04/2015

March 2015 update. Here you will find the current best tablets reviewed by Notebookcheck in the last few months. Our list of top models is regularly updated, maintained and commented on and should assist in purchasing decisions.

 

For the original German article, see here.

Almost every manufacturer of notebooks or smartphones now offers at least one or more tablets. This development is not really surprising, as the mobile browsing, mail, and gaming companions have taken a good chunk out of overall notebook sales. It is not only the premium manufacturers that are trying to take advantage of this trend, but also the cheaper brands. Most of these use inexpensive components manufactured in China, tend to emulate successful designs, and they compete predominantly on price. So far, none of the bargain-basement tablets has managed to earn a spot in our exclusive Top 10 list, which is dominated by the stalwarts and led by the big players of the industry.

The following table shows an overview of the Top 10 tablets reviewed by Notebookcheck in the previous 12 months and of relevant devices which are still available. If ratings are equal, the latest review is listed first. The table can be sorted by clicking its headers and filtered by entering text in the text field above it (e.g. "Android").

Notebookcheck Tablet Charts as of March 2015

#ScoreDate
ModelWeightHeightSizeResolutionRatioOS
190%11/13
Apple iPad Air
Apple A7
PowerVR G6430
1 GB RAM
from $388 at Amazon
464 g7.5 mm9.72048x15364:3iOS
289%10/14Apple iPad Air 2
Apple A8X
PowerVR GXA6850
2 GB RAM
from $709 at Amazon
444 g6.1 mm9.72048x15364:3iOS
389%

10/14

Nvidia Shield Tablet LTE P1761
Nvidia Tegra K1
Nvidia Tegra K1 Kepler GPU
2 GB RAM
from $299 at Amazon
371 g9.2 mm8.01600x120016:10Android
489%

09/14

Samsung Galaxy S 8.4
Samsung Exynos 5420 Octa
ARM Mali-T628 MP6
3 GB RAM
from $389 at Amazon
301 g6.6 mm8.42560x160016:9Android
589%04/14Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4
Qualcomm Snapdragon 800
Qualcomm Adreno 330
2 GB RAM
from $349 at Amazon
331 g7.2 mm8.42560x160016:10Android
689%11/13Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1
Qualcomm Snapdragon 800
Qualcomm Adreno 330
3 GB RAM
from $479 at Amazon
535 g7.9 mm10.12560x160016:9Android
789%

11/13

Apple iPad Mini Retina
Apple A7
PowerVR G6430
1 GB RAM
from $295 at Amazon
328 g7.5 mm7.92048x15364:3iOS
8

89%

12/14

Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact
Qualcomm Snapdragon 801
Qualcomm Adreno 330
3 GB RAM
from $479 at Amazon
271 g6.4 mm8.01920x120016:10Android
988%

10/14

Apple iPad Mini 3
Apple A7
PowerVR G6430
1 GB RAM
from $585 at Amazon

331 g7.5 mm7.92048x15364:3iOS
1088%08/14Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5
Samsung Exynos 5420 Octa
ARM Mali T628 MP6
3 GB RAM
from $368 at Amazon
470 g6.6 mm10.52560x160016:9Android

 

Top 10 during the last 12 months at the time of writing; most recent reviews are listed first

 

 

Editors' Comments

 

We have seen little snow this winter in many parts of Europe - and our lab only has seen few tablets. At least it is still quiet when it comes to devices with Android or iOS. Alike in January, only three test model arrived in our lab in carnival month. One of them, an 8 inch high-res tablet, stems from the Aldi supplier Medion again. The Samsung Galaxy Tab Active has the same size, but focuses on very robust case and aims at business customers. Although the Acer Iconia Tab 10 A3-A20 does not have this claim, the 10 inch device still wants to deliver a good performance for a fair price. To anticipate the result: That's what it does and it even performed best in February. Nevertheless, its rating was significantly too low for our charts. But, the two competitors are quite a bit further off.

200 Euro for a mid range tablet with 10 inch display are still a cheap offer - at least on paper. That's what many of these "bargain offers" actually turn out to be: cheap offers, where the buyer does not save money, but the manufacturer has already made many cutbacks. This is not true for the Acer Iconia Tab 10 A3-A20, since Acer only made careful cutbacks. For example, the features do not lack important details. Those looking for a Full HD display or LTE are wrong in this price range. Anyway, the Acer brings sophisticated components, a more than decent case and good performance. In addition, it features a convincing IPS display with a slightly higher resolution than HD. All things considered, there are only few points of critique, for example the low quality of the camera.

This is what the Acer has in common with the Medion Lifetab S8311. You should buy none of the two tablets if you consider image quality even slightly important. The price of the Medion is also exactly on Acer level, but the data sheet of the Aldi supplier is a little longer. Despite smaller 8 inch display, the Medion features Full HD resolution. On top of that, the Lifetab houses a 3G module. Is everything great then? Unfortunately not. The rating is even worse than the Acer's due to the bulky and not very stable case, the poor GPS reception, and the poor cameras. If you do not consider these aspects important, you'll get a lot of tablet for your money.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab Active is a special case, but not so much because of its specs, which are usual for a 8 inch mid range tablet. However, already the price of just under 500 Euro hints on the fact that it is not a run-of-the-mill device. The Tab Active wants to be robust and fit for business alike. Unfortunately, the 8-incher only manages to do so to some extent in both aspects and the final verdict is also not quite unambiguous. Finally, the Samsung shows good ideas, but the implementation could be better.

 

 

Apple iPad Air
Apple iPad Air

1st

Even though the Retina display is not a unique feature anymore, and even though it was taken from the predecessor in the case of the iPad Air, Apple once again manages to offer an almost perfectly balanced package of hardware, software and operating system. The iPad Air is still the reference in terms of build quality. However, this does not apply if you are looking for a good maintainability or comprehensive connectivity (no SD-card reader). The dimensions and the weight, however, are still among the best you can currently buy. But, some competitors are now on the same level. The first Air can indeed contain its successor, the Apple iPad 2. Our test revealed that this is primarily due to weaknesses in iOS 8, which should be largely resolved in the meanwhile. In this regard, we reviewed the iPad Air 2 again, in January.

» read the review    » buy the tablet 

Apple iPad Air 2
Apple iPad Air 2

2nd

Performance, size, and weight are even better in the Apple iPad Air 2 compared to its predecessor. In particular, the performance of the Apple A8X-SoC is impressive. In the meanwhile, the problems of iOS 8 are largely resolved, and we refrained from decreasing the rating. Nevertheless, the Air 2 does not perform well enough for the first place in our top list. Its stability suffers from the even lower height. In addition, Apple missed a chance to further improve the display. As a result, it cannot gain the throne.

» read the review    » buy the tablet

3rd

With the Nvidia Shield, Nvidia achieved a place on the podium. Nvidia is not known for many devices. Quite the contrary, they just release reference models to adequately present their semi-conductor products occasionally. For example, the Shield is the first tablet with their Tegra K1 chip - and convinces with it. Especially the gaming performance is impressive. Apart from that, the Shield is one of the best tablets. In any case, it is first choice for gamers. Together with the Nvidia Shield Tablet LTE, the graphics-card giant even has two tablets on the podium of our top list.

» read the review    » buy the tablet 

Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4

4th

A Samsung tablet once again manages to secure a spot on the podium of our Top 10. This is completely justified considering the great build quality, the high performance and the exceptional display of the Galaxy Tab S 8.4. If you are looking for a thin, light and perfectly constructed tablet, then it is hard to ignore the latest device from the South Korean manufacturer – especially with its unique WQHD panel in this size. The performance of Samsung's SoC is not without compromises, but it is more than decent in any case. The features with LTE, SD-card slot and good cameras are convenient. A successful tablet without real drawbacks.

» read the review    » buy the tablet 

Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4

5th

Amongst a huge number of tablets from Samsung, the Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 manages to stand out with a convenient balance between the case and display quality, performance as well as battery runtimes. High-resolution display meets compact 8.4-inch form factor, equipped with high-end components.

» read the review    » buy the tablet 

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

6th

The designation "Note" indicates Samsung devices that are focused on the operation with a digitizer pen, which is supposed to extend the usage scenarios with organizational and creative tasks in particular. The Note 10.1 wants to attract creative customers with its high-resolution display, powerful components and USB 3.0 port (besides micro-SD slot). Another advantage is the battery runtime of more than 18 hours during web browsing. Gamers will like the powerful tablet with its great display as well.

» read the review    » buy the tablet 

Apple iPad Mini Retina
Apple iPad Mini Retina

7th

After the launch of the smaller sibling of the familiar iPad, we got the first update last year, which, amongst others, equipped the iPad Mini with the known high-resolution Retina display and a 64-bit CPU. Good things were improved even further. The 4:3 aspect ratio, which is still being used for the bigger iPad as well, still creates discussions. While movie enthusiasts prefer 16:10 or 16:9 screens, web browsing and productivity tasks benefit from the additional height – and the high Internet performance. The low weight is another advantage of the Apple iPad Mini Retina.

» read the review    » buy the tablet 

Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact
Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact

8th

After a long time missing from our Tablet Top 10, Sony celebrates a comeback. With the Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact, the Japanese company delivers one of the best tablets, especially with a size from seven to eight-inches. Sony sticks to its virtues: The 8-inch tablet is once again very slim and light. In addition, the case is protected against water and dust. Although the hardware is not brand new, it is still sufficient for high-end performance. In addition, the tablet comes with a more than decent high-res display and an acceptable camera. MHL 3.0 and LTE complete the very good bundle. However, the build quality could be a bit better.

» read the review    » buy the tablet

Apple iPad Mini Retina
Apple iPad Mini Retina

9th

Apple now has the third generation of its small iPad in its portfolio and the Californians changed the designation again. Instead of Apple iPad Mini Retina 2 the new device is called Apple iPad Mini 3. The new designation cannot conceal the fact that almost nothing changed compared to the predecessor. The new Mini features the fingerprint sensor Touch ID now, and it is available with up to 128 GB storage and also in the colors gold/white. In addition, it got slightly more expensive. The innovations end here. Since the performance of the already old SoC is still high and the build quality excellent, the rating is still sufficient for a lower spot in our top list. For a better spot, Apple would have needed to improve more aspects. If you can do without 128 GB and Touch ID, the predecessor is currently even the better choice since its price fell.

» read the review    » buy the tablet

Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5

10th

The Galaxy Tab S is not equipped with the latest and greatest technology but tries to score points with the central element of every tablet: the display. It is the first time that a tablet uses a Super AMOLED display, which is supposed to convince customers with rich colors and wide viewing angles besides the extreme contrast. Samsung did not promise too much. The display is the absolute highlight of the 10.5-inch tablet, but the Tab S 10.1 is convincing in other sections as well. Our author liked the thin and elegant design, the long battery runtimes, the high performance and the decent cameras. A better spot was not possible because of the imperfect performance and some other small drawbacks.

» read the review    » buy the tablet 

Recent Tablet Awards

Editor's Choice in October 2014: Nvidia Shield Tablet
Editor's Choice in October 2014: Nvidia Shield Tablet
Editor's Choice in October 2014: Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4
Editor's Choice in October 2014: Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4
Best Value in September 2014: Huawei MediaPad X1 7.0
Best Value in September 2014: Huawei MediaPad X1 7.0
Editor's Choice in September 2014: Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5
Editor's Choice in September 2014: Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5
Editor's Choice in June 2014: Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet
Editor's Choice in June 2014: Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet
Editor's Choice in April 2014: Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4
Editor's Choice in April 2014: Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4
Editor's Choice in March 2014: Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 LTE
Editor's Choice in March 2014: Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 LTE
Editor's Choice in February 2014: HP Slate 8 Pro 7600eg
Editor's Choice in February 2014: HP Slate 8 Pro 7600eg
Editor's Choice in January 2014: Toshiba Encore WT8
Editor's Choice in January 2014: Toshiba Encore WT8
Editor's Choice in November 2013: Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1
Editor's Choice in November 2013: Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1
 
 

Size Comparison

Measurement Results

Apple iPad Air
Apple iPad Air 2
NVIDIA Shield Tablet P1761W
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, 2014 Edition
Apple iPad mini Retina
Apple iPad Mini 3
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5
Screen
Brightness Center473423455258406414411357290
Black Level *0.410.610.680.470.840.540.61
Contrast1154693669864493761585
Colorchecker DeltaE2000 *2.822.863.883.663.434.113.323.352.37
Greyscale DeltaE2000 *1.452.373.382.511.512.531.112.092.03
Gamma *2.472.432.742.222.512.42.472.42.45
Color Space (Percent of AdobeRGB 1998)8810055100
Heat
Maximum Upper Side *39.436.23636.238.535.63736.739.6
Maximum Bottom *42.142.83839.139.334.138.436.736.4
Idle Upper Side *31.4313229.830.833.333.134.930.1
Idle Bottom *30323130.830.532.330.933.529.5
Battery Runtime
Reader / Idle14251364856117212501458117912151094
Load257212128250201279221210333
WiFi5536303475447021105543533600
H.264644562442601612395
Power Consumption
Idle Minimum *1.81.21.11.30.71.71.10.82.1
Idle Average *5.95.12.61.62.65.73.93.93.4
Idle Maximum *7.15.42.72.63.46.54.143.9
Load Average *7.57.94.27.18.77.967.27.4
Load Maximum *10.411.15.59.510.410.78.37.810.4

* ... smaller is better

Benchmarks

GFXBench (DX / GLBenchmark) 2.7
1920x1080 T-Rex HD Offscreen C24Z16 (sort by value)
Apple iPad Air
27 fps ∼3%
NVIDIA Shield Tablet P1761W
66 fps ∼7%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4
22.8 fps ∼3%
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4
25.9 fps ∼3%
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4
25.9 fps ∼3%
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, 2014 Edition
24 fps ∼3%
Apple iPad mini Retina
27 fps ∼3%
Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact
27.4 fps ∼3%
Apple iPad Mini 3
22.7 fps ∼3%
T-Rex HD Onscreen C24Z16 (sort by value)
Apple iPad Air
21 fps ∼25%
NVIDIA Shield Tablet P1761W
57 fps ∼69%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4
14.1 fps ∼17%
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4
17.1 fps ∼21%
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4
17.1 fps ∼21%
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, 2014 Edition
15 fps ∼18%
Apple iPad mini Retina
21 fps ∼25%
Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact
27.6 fps ∼33%
Apple iPad Mini 3
28.6 fps ∼34%
AnTuTu Benchmark v4 - Total Score (sort by value)
NVIDIA Shield Tablet P1761W
42997 Points ∼100%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4
35262 Points ∼82%
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4
34160 Points ∼79%
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, 2014 Edition
35455 Points ∼82%
Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact
35007 Points ∼81%
Linpack Android / IOS
Single Thread (sort by value)
Apple iPad Air
557.99 MFLOPS ∼55%
Apple iPad Air 2
1021.11 MFLOPS ∼100%
NVIDIA Shield Tablet P1761W
673 MFLOPS ∼66%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4
384.557 MFLOPS ∼38%
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4
379.336 MFLOPS ∼37%
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4
379.336 MFLOPS ∼37%
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, 2014 Edition
455.616 MFLOPS ∼45%
Apple iPad mini Retina
536.03 MFLOPS ∼52%
Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact
403.045 MFLOPS ∼39%
Apple iPad Mini 3
887 MFLOPS ∼87%
Multi Thread (sort by value)
Apple iPad Air
977.31 MFLOPS ∼40%
Apple iPad Air 2
2428.68 MFLOPS ∼100%
NVIDIA Shield Tablet P1761W
726 MFLOPS ∼30%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4
770.167 MFLOPS ∼32%
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4
664.042 MFLOPS ∼27%
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4
664.042 MFLOPS ∼27%
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, 2014 Edition
916.667 MFLOPS ∼38%
Apple iPad mini Retina
998.18 MFLOPS ∼41%
Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact
799.368 MFLOPS ∼33%
Apple iPad Mini 3
1480 MFLOPS ∼61%
Geekbench 3
32 Bit Single-Core Score (sort by value)
Apple iPad Air
1479 Points ∼32%
Apple iPad Air 2
1816 Points ∼39%
NVIDIA Shield Tablet P1761W
1127 Points ∼24%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4
935 Points ∼20%
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4
915 Points ∼20%
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, 2014 Edition
956 Points ∼21%
Apple iPad mini Retina
1393 Points ∼30%
Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact
993 Points ∼21%
Apple iPad Mini 3
1373 Points ∼29%
32 Bit Multi-Core Score (sort by value)
Apple iPad Air
2687 Points ∼17%
Apple iPad Air 2
4530 Points ∼28%
NVIDIA Shield Tablet P1761W
3495 Points ∼22%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4
2797 Points ∼17%
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4
2782 Points ∼17%
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, 2014 Edition
2995 Points ∼19%
Apple iPad mini Retina
2512 Points ∼16%
Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact
2710 Points ∼17%
Apple iPad Mini 3
2479 Points ∼15%
Peacekeeper - --- (sort by value)
Apple iPad Air
1855 Points ∼30%
Apple iPad Air 2 (Safari 8.0 Mobile)
2750 Points ∼44%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4
859 Points ∼14%
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4
876 Points ∼14%
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, 2014 Edition
909 Points ∼15%
Apple iPad mini Retina
1724 Points ∼28%
Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact (Chrome 39)
922 Points ∼15%
Octane V2 - Total Score (sort by value)
Apple iPad Air
5113 Points ∼14%
Apple iPad Air 2 (Safari 8.0 Mobile)
8449 Points ∼22%
NVIDIA Shield Tablet P1761W
6777 Points ∼18%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4
4376 Points ∼12%
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4
4065 Points ∼11%
Apple iPad mini Retina
5180 Points ∼14%
Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact (Chrome 39)
4754 Points ∼13%
Apple iPad Mini 3
5722 Points ∼15%
Sunspider - 1.0 Total Score (sort by value)
Apple iPad Air
385.5 ms * ∼10%
Apple iPad Air 2 (Safari 8.0 Mobile)
291.1 ms * ∼7%
NVIDIA Shield Tablet P1761W (Android 4.4)
458 ms * ∼11%
NVIDIA Shield Tablet P1761W (Chrome 36)
525 ms * ∼13%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4
1067.1 ms * ∼27%
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, 2014 Edition
632.6 ms * ∼16%
Apple iPad mini Retina
271.8 ms * ∼7%
Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact (Chrome 39)
1054.8 ms * ∼26%
Apple iPad Mini 3
440 ms * ∼11%
WebXPRT 2013 - Overall Score (sort by value)
Apple iPad Air
563 Points ∼32%
Apple iPad Air 2 (Safari 8.0 Mobile)
659 Points ∼38%
NVIDIA Shield Tablet P1761W
530 Points ∼30%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4
309 Points ∼18%
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4
360 Points ∼21%
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, 2014 Edition
233 Points ∼13%
Apple iPad mini Retina
519 Points ∼30%
Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact (Chrome 39)
334 Points ∼19%
Apple iPad Mini 3
533 Points ∼30%

Legend

 
Apple iPad Air Apple A7, PowerVR G6430, 16 GB iNAND Flash
 
Apple iPad Air 2 Apple A8X, PowerVR GXA6850, 128 GB eMMC Flash
 
NVIDIA Shield Tablet P1761W Nvidia Tegra K1, NVIDIA Tegra K1 Kepler GPU, 16 GB iNAND Flash
 
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 Samsung Exynos 5420 Octa, ARM Mali-T628 MP6, 16 GB eMMC Flash
 
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 MSM8974, Qualcomm Adreno 330, 16 GB eMMC Flash
 
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, 2014 Edition Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 MSM8974, Qualcomm Adreno 330, 16 GB SSD
 
Apple iPad mini Retina Apple A7, PowerVR G6430, 16 GB iNAND Flash
 
Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 MSM8974AC, Qualcomm Adreno 330, 16 GB eMMC Flash
 
Apple iPad Mini 3 Apple A7, PowerVR G6430, 16 GB iNAND Flash

* ... smaller is better

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