What Are Some Good Wi-Fi Tablets?

Some good Wi-Fi tablets for 2015 include the Apple iPad Air 2, the Google Nexus 9 and the Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet, according to CNET. These tablets all receive strong reviews and offer Wi-Fi connectivity features.

CNET rates Apple’s iPad Air 2 as one of the top tablets available, giving the device its highest overall rating. While the tablet isn’t much different from the previous incarnation in terms of features, the iPad Air 2 does offer a faster A8X processor, making it one of the most powerful tablets available. The device also wins praise for its improved front and rear cameras, thin design and anti-reflective screen.

Google’s Nexus 9 ranks as one of the best Android tablets available, offering strong functionality and a variety of useful apps. The tablet’s HD display, streamlined design and fast processor add up to a strong and versatile device. Reviews do note that the tablet’s touchscreen requires firm contact, which can make it slightly inconvenient to operate. The device also only comes in sizes of up to 32 gigabytes, which may be limiting for some users.

Sony’s Xperia Z4 is a high-end tablet that offers fast performance, an intuitive interface and a sleek, waterproof design. The Xperia Z4 features extensive customization options and a user-friendly setup process, making it ideal for tablet novices. Reviewers note that the device’s optional Bluetooth keyboard is difficult to type on and delicately constructed.