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Lenovo Yoga 2 (10-inch)

Lenovo Yoga 2
The Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 is an update to last year's model and is available in both 8- and 10-inch versions. We tested out the 10-inch model and found it to perform quite well aside from a few design quirks that we didn't particularly like.
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Amazon Fire HD 6

Amazon Fire HD 6
The Amazon Fire HD 6 (8GB) is the first under-$100 tablet we feel comfortable recommending, but not without reservations. If you're looking for a kid's tablet or something to browse Amazon content on, it's a good deal. But its very limited storage and restricted OS prevent it from becoming more.
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Acer Iconia W4-820-2466

Acer W4-820
The Acer Iconia W4-820-2466 is a bright, compact 8-inch Windows 8 slate tablet. With a full copy of Microsoft Office Home and Student and almost 10 hours of battery life, it's a viable alternative to carrying an ultraportable laptop to class or meetings.
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Dell Venue 11 Pro

Dell Venue 11
The Dell Venue 11 Pro is a flexible slate tablet built for business. It comes with many work-oriented features, including Windows 8.1 Pro, a removable battery, and a variety of docking solutions.
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Microsoft Surface Pro 2

Surface Pro 2
The Surface Pro 2 is Microsoft's updated slate tablet that's improved in every performance vector. It packs ultrabook-class components into an innovative form factor with a sturdy chassis. Add in a wide range of useful accessories, and the Surface Pro 2 is the Windows 8 tablet to beat.
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Toshiba Encore

Toshiba Encore
The Toshiba Encore is the company's first entry into the new category of 8-inch handheld tablets designed for on the go use. Two different models of the tablet are offered, with a 32GB model selling for $329.99 and a slightly more expensive 64GB model selling for $399.99. Both models take an Atom-powered device and puts a full version of Windows 8.1 running at 32 bits in it, instead of the crippled Windows RT.
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