It's the newest Android tablet from Samsung, but is it the best? Our review takes on the iPad challenger.
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Samsung's 8.0-inch Galaxy Tab Active sells itself on promised protection as a mini tablet at a high end price.
UpdatedThe Galaxy Tab S 8.4 and Galaxy Tab S 10.5 are here; whichever option you choose, it's the best Android tablet out there.
Samsung and Barnes & Noble's tablet sees Samsung take the wheel to great effect, but leaving us pining for more Nook-ness.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 is a power horse, but the impressive 12.2-inch display is somewhat let down by the build quality.
UpdatedThe middle child of the new tablet range from Samsung gets a price drop - and suddenly becomes a lot more attractive.
With a great display, powerful processor, and much-improved UI in a compact shell the Tab Pro 8.4 is one of Samsung's finest tablets.
Samsung's first super-sized tablet has a lot going for it. But at this price, is it really a size that will catch on?
Samsung repackages its Android seven-incher with a kiddie-friendly interface and some nice chunky cases.