The 10 Best Tablets For Gaming
This wiki has been updated 6 times since it was first published in October of 2018. One of the most fun parts about the rapid advancement of computing technology is the ability to play games on the go. But if your phone is a little too small, and a gaming laptop too large or pricey, you're in luck; there's a variety of tablets available today that can keep you, your kids, or the rest of the adults entertained on car trips, in the park, or even in line at the grocery store. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best tablet for gaming on Amazon.
November 12, 2018:
Apologies to the Switch for not giving it the top spot, but it basically doesn't do ANYTHING besides play Nintendo games. You can scarcely even invite online friends to play with you. But it's an AMAZING system for gaming alone. While I'm often hesitant to recommend Apple products, they really have the tablet market's number. But most agree that Samsung's Galaxy line boasts superior Android performance to others. The Surface Pro is by far the fastest, if you can afford it, though the Surface Go is probably the top blend of portability and available titles; it weighs barely more than a pound and can run the entire Windows Legacy catalog. Keep in mind that Android tablets run Google Play apps, iPads use the Apple Store, and Windows PCs are generally restricted to x86, Windows-based games.