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    Top 10 Best Tablets For Students On A Budget (2020 New)

    So this article is for our dearest college/school students who are searching for the best tablets for students in 2020.

    A word student brings so much fun, stress, anxiety, adventure and some unexplainable things to my mind. If we come to discuss student life we can write a book over it. 

    But since folks you might not be ready to read a book on your own lives, you have here, just picked one aspect of technology here. 

    What thing do you relate to technology? 

    Your tablets and laptops? 

    Yes. You are absolutely right, we are here to provide you a list of the 10 best tablets for students. 

    Below are the most selling once…

    PRODUCT NAME
    Apple iPad Pro (11-inch, Wi-Fi, 64GB) - Space Gray (1st Generation)
    Apple iPad Pro (12.9-inch, Wi-Fi, 1TB) - Silver (3rd Generation)
    Apple iPad (10.2-inch, Wi-Fi, 128GB) - Space Gray (Previous Model)
    Apple iPad Air (10.5-inch, Wi-Fi, 64GB) - Silver (3rd Generation)
    Apple iPad Mini (Wi-Fi, 64GB) - Space Gray (Latest Model)
    Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 10.5",  128GB Wifi Tablet Cloud Blue - SM-T860NZBAXAR
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    Apple iPad Pro (11-inch, Wi-Fi, 64GB) - Space Gray (1st Generation)
    Apple iPad Pro (12.9-inch, Wi-Fi, 1TB) - Silver (3rd Generation)
    Apple iPad (10.2-inch, Wi-Fi, 128GB) - Space Gray (Previous Model)
    Apple iPad Air (10.5-inch, Wi-Fi, 64GB) - Silver (3rd Generation)
    Apple iPad Mini (Wi-Fi, 64GB) - Space Gray (Latest Model)
    Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 10.5",  128GB Wifi Tablet Cloud Blue - SM-T860NZBAXAR
    LATEST AMAZON PRICE
    Price not available
    Price not available
    $416.76
    $513.80
    $349.99
    $588.70
    PRODUCT NAME
    Apple iPad Pro (11-inch, Wi-Fi, 64GB) - Space Gray (1st Generation)
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    Apple iPad Pro (11-inch, Wi-Fi, 64GB) - Space Gray (1st Generation)
    LATEST AMAZON PRICE
    Price not available
    AMAZON AFFILIATE LINK
    PRODUCT NAME
    Apple iPad Pro (12.9-inch, Wi-Fi, 1TB) - Silver (3rd Generation)
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    Apple iPad Pro (12.9-inch, Wi-Fi, 1TB) - Silver (3rd Generation)
    LATEST AMAZON PRICE
    Price not available
    AMAZON AFFILIATE LINK
    PRODUCT NAME
    Apple iPad (10.2-inch, Wi-Fi, 128GB) - Space Gray (Previous Model)
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    Apple iPad (10.2-inch, Wi-Fi, 128GB) - Space Gray (Previous Model)
    LATEST AMAZON PRICE
    $416.76
    AMAZON AFFILIATE LINK
    PRODUCT NAME
    Apple iPad Air (10.5-inch, Wi-Fi, 64GB) - Silver (3rd Generation)
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    Apple iPad Air (10.5-inch, Wi-Fi, 64GB) - Silver (3rd Generation)
    LATEST AMAZON PRICE
    $513.80
    AMAZON AFFILIATE LINK
    PRODUCT NAME
    Apple iPad Mini (Wi-Fi, 64GB) - Space Gray (Latest Model)
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    Apple iPad Mini (Wi-Fi, 64GB) - Space Gray (Latest Model)
    LATEST AMAZON PRICE
    $349.99
    AMAZON AFFILIATE LINK
    PRODUCT NAME
    Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 10.5",  128GB Wifi Tablet Cloud Blue - SM-T860NZBAXAR
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    Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 10.5",  128GB Wifi Tablet Cloud Blue - SM-T860NZBAXAR
    LATEST AMAZON PRICE
    $588.70
    AMAZON AFFILIATE LINK

    Tablets have now become essential as the students use it for their presentations, Homeworks, groupies, Netflix, social media, skype and what not? And even schools have started recommending students to have their tablets for easy functioning. 

    So we are here to help. There are various tablets available for students, and a good thing is that they have features that will make most of the students happy. A tablet with the best features is a must for college students and that’s why I have decided to list out the best tablets specially designed for students. So, in this tablet buying guide, we have found some of the best tablets for college students which makes many of your tasks simpler in your classroom, and also other demanding tasks.

    In this list, we have also added some tablets which can use a tablet and laptop both, it’s called 2 in 1 tablet/laptop. You can use this device as a tablet until you connect the keyboard, it means in one device you can enjoy both the device. These 2 in 1 tablet/laptop mostly run on the Windows operating system which is good for students and businessmen also. These 2 in 1 tablet/laptop is a good option for those who have a limited budget and also it fulfills both tablet and laptop requirements.

    In terms of buying a tablet, we always look for the best in our means and budget which works the best for us and is easy to carry along. We’ve looked at all the factors we think you’ll be interested in such as how great its display is, how long it lasts in terms of battery life, how fast it is to use, and if it supports a reliable keyboard. 

    We have provided you with a list of best tablets of 2020 to make your task a bit easier. 

    The tablets which are mentioned in the list below are tired and tested. You can purely trust us that we are providing you with an honest review. 

    So without wasting more time let’s straight jump into the list of the best tablets for students. 

    First on the list is…

    1. iPad Pro 11 (2018) (the best tablet you can buy right away)

    • Weight: 468g 
    • Dimensions: 247.6 x 178.5 x 5.9 mm 
    • OS: iPadOS | Screen size: 11-inch 
    •  Resolution: 2388 x 1668 pixels 
    • CPU: A12X Bionic 
    • Storage: 64GB/256GB/512GB/1TB 
    • MicroSD slot: No
    • Battery: 7,812mAh  
    • Rear camera: 12MP 
    • Front camera: 7MP



    IPad Pro 11 is one of the best tablets. It’s expensive for sure, but it is Apple’s most powerful tablet and has the 2-in-1 design ethos if you spring for the keyboard cover folio. 

    It has a laptop-like experience in design and performance, and the new Apple Pencil magnetically clips onto the frame of the new iPad Pro. It comes with superb speakers and a great new screen-to-body ratio, it is quite hard not to fall in love with the finely crafted hardware design. Apple iPad Pro 11-inch tablet

    However, there are a few drawbacks to the iPad Pro 11 that you should be aware of. iPadOS is better than previous versions of Apple’s tablet software when you’re trying to multitask and perform laptop-like tasks, but it is far from perfect.

    Another strictly mobile challenge: it doesn’t have a headphone jack. If you want the standard 3.5mm jack in a computer-like device, you’ll want to spring for an actual computer or some other tablets.

    Everything about the iPad Pro 11 makes it the best tablet experience if you’re looking for an Apple-made slate – you’ll just need to swallow the high price and keep in mind that it’s not a true laptop replacement.   

    2. iPad Pro 12.9 (2018) (the best big tablet you can purchase)

    • Weight: 632g 
    • Dimensions: 280.6 x 214.9 x 5.9 mm
    • OS: iPadOS 
    • Screen size: 12.9-inch 
    • Resolution: 2048 x 2732 pixels 
    • CPU: A12X Bionic 
    • Storage: 64GB/256GB/512GB/1TB 
    • MicroSD slot: No | Battery: 9,720mAh  
    • Rear camera: 12MP 
    • Front camera: 7MP

    The iPad Pro 12.9 (2018) is just near perfection with its huge 12.9-inch screen. We haven’t ranked it in the top spot mostly down to its extraordinarily high price. Apple iPad Pro 12.9-inch

    It is like a giant digital canvas that fills your needs whether you need a personal workstation, easel, portable cinema, book-shaped loudspeaker, music mixing desk, or a range of other functions.

    However, it’s also extremely expensive and doesn’t feel like such a step up from the iPad Pro 11 (2018) as its higher price would suggest.

    With its unrivaled processing power, massive display, snappy operating system, and the fact you can use it with the Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard, it’s a tablet you should consider if you’ve got money – but you can do better if you’re on a budget.


    3. iPad 10.2 (2019)  (The best tablet for the average consumer)

    • Weight: 483g  
    • Dimensions: 251 x 174 x 7.5mm  
    • OS: iPadOS 
    • Screen size: 10.2-inch 
    • Resolution: 1620 x 2160 pixels  
    • CPU: A10 Fusion  
    • RAM: 3GB 
    • Storage: 32/128GB  
    • MicroSD slot: No
    • Battery: Up to 10 hours  
    • Rear camera: 8MP 
    • Front camera: 1.2MP

    For the average person, the iPad 10.2 is undoubtedly the best choice for a tablet right now. It may not be the most powerful tablet on sale, but it’s an incredible value.

    apple ipad 10.2 inch

    The iPad 10.2 replaces the very similar iPad 9.7 (2018) that featured a slightly smaller display – you can probably work that out from the names – but sports relatively similar specs for an affordable price. This isn’t as high-tech as the iPad Pro models above, but it’s still a remarkably the most useful tablet.

    It comes with iPadOS right out of the box giving you all the latest features you can expect from a tablet, plus it works with Apple Pencil and there’s a Smart Keyboard you can also use to make this a productivity device.

    It also has the same luxurious metal unibody as the rest of Apple’s iPad range, though notably, it’s ever-so-slightly thicker than the other models of the tablet range at 7.5mm.

    Battery life on this iPad is quite strong, it doesn’t cost as much as a lot of other products in this list and it comes with a capable chipset powering it too. It’s hard to go wrong if you’re looking for an everyday tablet that doesn’t have to sport the very best power and features. This will be worth buying.

    4. iPad Air (2019) (The middle iPad)

    • Weight: 456g 
    • Dimensions: 250.6 x 174.1 x 6.1 mm  
    • OS: iPadOS 
    • Screen size: 10.5-inch  
    • Resolution: 1668 x 2224 pixels 
    • CPU: A12 Bionic  
    • Storage: 64GB/256GB  
    • MicroSD slot: No 
    • Rear camera: 8MP 
    • Front camera: 7MP


    If you’re looking for a good compromise between Apple’s new Pro tablets and the base iPad 10.2, this is it. It is compatible with Apple’s excellent Smart Keyboard Cover and priced right for students looking to take notes on a powerful laptop.

    It does have Apple Pencil compatibility like all of Apple’s newer tablets, but it’s not the best tablet for artists. 

     Apple iPad Air

    The Pro versions support Apple Pencil Gen 2 with extra gesture features and magnetic charging. This iPad Pro 10.5 sticks with the older Gen 1 Pencil and has just two speakers instead of four. But everyone should be fine with the fast A12 chipset. It is Completely worth spending.

    5. iPad Mini (2019)  (The best and only small tablet on our best tablet list)

    • Weight: 304g 
    • Dimensions: 203.2 x 134.8 x 6.1 mm  
    • OS: iPadOS 
    • Screen size: 7.9-inch
    • Resolution: 1536 x 2048 pixels 
    • CPU: A12 Bionic  
    • Storage: 64GB/256GB 
    • MicroSD slot: No  
    • Battery: 5,124mAh  
    • Rear camera: 8MP  
    • Front camera: 7MP

    Apple doesn’t have a foldable phone, but if it did it might look something like the iPad mini 2019 when unfolded. It hasn’t changed since the last version almost four years ago, but it doesn’t need to: we love the small size.

    You can flip open the smart cover, scribble some notes, and toss it in a bag without too much worry. 2019 Apple iPad Mini

    Yes, the design is a little dated and thick bezels are outlining this screen, but the price is right for a portable tablet with a lot of power. You really shouldn’t consider buying any other small tablet on the market (notice: it’s the only one on our best tablet list). You won’t regret it if you just click on the buy now right at the moment.


    6. Samsung Galaxy Tab S6  (The best Android tablet available now)

    • Weight: 420g   
    • Dimensions: 244.5 x 159.5 x 5.7 mm  
    • OS: Android 9  
    • Screen size: 10.5-inch  
    • Resolution: 1600 x 2560 pixels  
    • CPU: Snapdragon 855  
    • Storage: 128GB/256GB  
    • MicroSD slot: Yes 
    • Battery: 7,040mAh 
    • Rear camera: 13MP + 5MP 
    •  Front camera: 8MP

    The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 is the best Android tablet available now – it’s the newest slate from Samsung’s Tab S line, and it comes with all the cutting-edge features you’d expect for such a premium device.

    There are two rear cameras, which is impressive for a tablet, as well as a high-end processor and best-in-class AMOLED display, so it’s a useful piece of kit. It also comes with an S Pen stylus for notes, doodles or sketches, and you can buy a smart keyboard for a laptop-like experience.

    2020 Samsung Galaxy Tab S6

    There are a few issues with the Galaxy Tab S6, like the lack of a headphone jack and an iffy user interface, but if you’re looking for the best tablet and don’t want an iPad, this is your best bet.


    7. iPad Pro 10.5  (This former flagship tablet is still one of our favorites)

    • Weight: 469g  
    • Dimensions: 250.6 x 174.1 x 6.1 mm  
    • OS: iPadOS  
    • Screen size: 10.5-inch  
    • Resolution: 1668 x 2224
    • CPU: A10X Fusion  
    • RAM: 4GB 
    • Storage: 64GB/256GB/512GB | MicroSD slot: No  
    • Battery: 8,134mAh  
    • Rear camera: 12MP  
    • Front camera: 7MP

    The iPad Pro 10.5-inch is one of the best tablets for anyone who wants a serious upgrade, even though the cheaper iPad 10.2 remains good enough for most people.

    iPad Pro 10.5 inch

    Apple’s iPad Pro 10.5 has standout features that give it a productivity boost, including Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard compatibility. With iPadOS on board, this tablet is even a suitable laptop replacement for certain consumers.

    The new ProMotion screen adds an impressive layer of fluidity to daily use and the smaller bezels mean you’re getting far more display in a footprint not much bigger than the iPad Pro 9.7.

    It’s an iPad for the professionals – but also one that media munchers will adore using.


    8. Microsoft Surface Pro 7(The Windows tablet that can replace your Windows laptop)

    • Weight: 768g/770g/784g
    • Dimensions: 292 x 201 x 8.5mm  
    • OS: Windows 10 Pro| 
    • Screen size: 12.3-inch  
    • Resolution: 1824 x 2736| 
    • CPU: Intel Core m3, i5 or i7 
    • RAM: 4GB/8GB/16GB 
    • Storage: 128GB/256GB/512GB/1TB  
    • MicroSD slot: Yes  
    • Battery: up to 13.5 hours video playback 
    • Rear camera: 8MP 
    • Front camera: 5MP

    Can a tablet replace your laptop or home PC? That’s still up for debate, but the best tablet trying to make that happen is the Microsoft Surface Pro. 

    Microsoft Surface Pro 7

    We’re surprised Microsoft has refrained from calling this the Surface Pro 7, as it’s a big upgrade on the 6 – although it is rather expensive, like many tablets in this list.

    It does a fine job with the full-blown version of Windows 10, an integrated kickstand and optional keyboard attachment. 

    Great for creative professionals, students and everyday folks alike, this is a top choice and one of the best Windows laptops we’ve reviewed. It will be a great deal to make. 

    9. Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 (An older tablet for those who don’t want Apple’s offerings)

    • Weight: 482g  
    • Dimensions: 249.3 x 164.3 x 7.1mm  
    • OS: Android 8.1  
    • Screen size: 10.5-inch  
    • Resolution: 1600 x 2560 
    • CPU: Snapdragon 835 
    • RAM: 4GB  
    • Storage: 64GB/256GB  
    • MicroSD slot: Yes  
    • Battery: 7,300mAh| 
    • Rear camera: 13MP 
    • Front camera: 8MP

    The Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 is an upgrade over the Galaxy Tab S3 with expanded 10.5-inch screen size and longer battery life, but it comes at a higher price and with a lofty promise to do so much more. Samsung Galaxy Tab S4

    We like the idea behind Samsung Dex for its desktop interface, but it’s non-touch-friendly UI, performance issues, and questionable optional keyboard case prevent it from being a true desktop replacement.

    If you’re looking for a premium Android tablet the Galaxy Tab S4 used to top the billing, but it promises more than that and just doesn’t deliver on everything. Don’t get us wrong, the Tab S4 is indeed better than the Tab S3 and it’s dropped in price since launch, but it’s not the most premium Android tablet, with the Tab S6 higher in this ranking.


    10. Asus ZenPad 3S 10 Inch  (Cheaper than most devices on this list)

    • Weight: 430g 
    • Dimensions: 240.5 x 163.7 x 7.2 mm 
    • OS: Android 7 
    • Screen size: 9.7-inch  
    • Resolution: 1536 x 2048  
    • CPU: Mediatek MT8176 
    • RAM: 4GB  
    • Storage: 32GB/64GB  
    • Battery: up to 10 hours 
    • Rear camera: 8MP  
    • Front camera: 5MP


     The Asus ZenPad 3S 10 isn’t the highest spec tablet you can buy, but it’s remarkably good for the price and that’s a low price compared to a lot of other products you’ve read about on this list.Asus ZenPad 3S 10 Inch

    The super bright and beautiful display on the front of the device is one of the best you’ll find on an Android tablet, and it costs a lot less than the two Samsung devices you’ve read about above.

    Don’t go for this if you’re looking for top-end spec, but it’s an option if you don’t want to spend much and you want a slate just to play around with a few apps and watch videos otherwise it is a fair deal.

    I hope we have made the task easier for you. These are all great buys and the rest we have left on you to choose the best for yourself. But one thing we can assure is that you will not regret clicking buy now on any of these 10 best tablets we have provided above. 

    Grab the deal. 

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