Tablets can be practical helpers in everyday life and at work. But the range of devices is large. Many models also differ in terms of features, functions and price. In our weekly ranking we show you the ten best tablets – according to Stiftung Warentest.

Tablets can be practical in many situations. They not only serve to pass the time, but have also found their way into the world of work. They are suitable, among other things, for presentations, managing patient files or making digital drawings. Many devices can also be useful when traveling.

The best tablets according to Stiftung Warentest

In addition to Apple and Samsung, there are now many other manufacturers who have been presenting new tablets on the market for years. Stiftung Warentest therefore took a closer look at 114 devices and compared them with each other in terms of their functions, handling, screen quality and battery life, among other things. Software updates and security precautions were also examined. With this in mind, the following ranking will show you the ten best tablets in comparison.

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10th place: Acer Iconia Tab P10-11-K13V (NT.LFQEG.001)

According to Stiftung Warentest, the Acer Iconia Tab P10-11-K13V takes tenth place in the ranking of the best tablets. It received the Overall grade 3.3. In the test, the model was particularly impressive in terms of handling, which was given a partial grade of 2.0. It has four gigabytes of RAM and 64 gigabytes of internal storage.

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