Dell Android tablet/Venue 10Pro
You might not think of Dell as a big name in tablets -- not on the level of, say, Apple or Samsung. In fact, though, the once-stodgy PC maker sells one of our favorite Android tabs, the Venue 8 7000, which won a Best of CES award and earned a strong score of 84 in our review. Now, the company is back with a 10-inch edition (the Venue 10), and it's basically a blown-up version of the original, just with some improved ergonomics.
Other than size, what sets the Venue 10 apart from its little brother is the cylindrical-shaped battery attached to the bottom edge of the device, which is rated for up to seven hours. Look closely and you'll see it also has stereo speakers built in. Basically, the Venue 10 looks a lot like Lenovo's Yoga Tablets, except the hinge here doesn't flip out to double as a kickstand. What you can do is insert the tablet into an optional keyboard, at which point you can use it, you know, like a Yoga laptop, with "Tent" and notebook modes, etc. If I'm honest, that big, honking battery detracts somewhat from the Venue 10's otherwise sleek design, but it makes the tablet easier to hold in one hand.
Android (Lollipop [5.0])
Internal storage (Flash), Memory card
MAXIMUM BATTERY LIFE
Up to 10 hours