The 8 Best Tablets at Walmart in 2019

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Best Budget: Samsung Galaxy Tab E 9.6” Android Tablet

Samsung Galaxy Tab E 9.6” Android Tablet



Whether you intend to binge Netflix or just surf the web after a long day at work, Samsung’s Galaxy Tab E is a solid companion. Running Android 6.0, there’s a slew of Google-ready software onboard including Chrome for browsing. Of course, Google’s Play Store is front and center providing you access to millions of downloadable apps, games, and entertainment options. The 1280 x 800 9.6-inch display is perfectly sized for everything from watching a movie to reading a book and it looks and feels great. 

Internally, the tablet runs a Snapdragon 410 processor along with 1.5GB of RAM. Those aren’t high-end specs by any stretch, but more than sufficient for everyday use. The same can be said for 16GB of storage which is complemented by up to 128GB of storage via microSD. Parents will love the option of being able to quickly transition to Kids Mode for a kid-friendly interface full of games and books. Keeping all your apps running is a massive 7,300mAh battery which offers up to 12 hours of run time. 

Best for Families: Lenovo Tab 4 10" Android Tablet

Lenovo Tab 4
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Designed with busy families in mind, the Lenovo Tab 4 10-inch Android tablet was made for a modern household filled with multiple users that all have different needs. Up to seven different users can create a specialized account that sections off each user’s own customized space on the tablet. This device can transform depending on the user to be anything from a productivity powerhouse to a kid’s entertainment specialist. In fact, with the Lenovo Kid’s Pack, you can add a shock-resistant bumper, blue-light screen filter, and fun stickers to make this even more special for the youngest members of your family, or switch to productivity mode and add a Bluetooth keyboard for instant 2-in-1 tablet functionality. The 10-inch tablet has a brilliant HD display with great-sounding Dolby Atmos Audio and built-in dual-stereo front-facing speakers that make video streaming super enjoyable. Don’t be surprised when this tablet becomes the most sought-after item in the house. However, at the relatively affordable price-point, if sharing becomes too hard, you could always just get a second.

Best for Apple Fans: Apple iPad (Latest Model) 128GB Wi-Fi

Apple iPad (Latest Model) 128GB Wi-Fi
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Thanks to, Apple fans can get their hands on the newest and shiniest Apple products without the hassle of waiting in line. Everyone is familiar with Apple’s signature tablet, the iPad, but with each model, this tablet keeps getting better and better thanks to new features and upgrades. The latest model features a huge 9.7-inch screen and a powerful A10 Fusion chip making it easier than ever to multitask. Thanks to iOS 11, iPad can do more than ever when it comes to running the latest apps, including some that feature augmented reality experiences.

This iPad also boasts more advanced cameras (including a 1.2-megapixel FaceTime HD camera and an 8-megapixel iSight camera), a better display, improved security thanks to Touch ID, and support for Apple Pencil 2. Plus, with access to the App Store, you can customize your tablet however you want thanks to over one million apps available there for games, photo editing, video streaming, drawing, writing, finance, and more. 

Best Mini: Apple iPad Mini

The iPad Mini has had a few generations to sort out its place in the tablet world. When it was first released, there really weren’t large-screen smartphones, so it made sense as a middle ground. Now, it has to offer a lot, and Apple has really chosen to emphasize modern build with its latest mini offering. At a measly 0.24 inches thick, this is among the thinnest small tablets, and at only about 0.66 pounds, it’s supremely light. With that, you still get a 7.9-inch Retina display that offers a stunning 2048 x 1536-pixel resolution. Apple has also baked in their True Tone color technology that reads the ambient lighting of the room you’re in and adjusts the display’s color response accordingly.

Another great new addition is the lightning-fast A12 Bionic chip that allows for amazing machine-learning and a speedy response. The cameras aren’t as high-quality as iPhone cameras, but with 8MP on the rear and 7MP on the front, they’ll suffice for quick pics and video calling. Plus, with about 9 hours of battery life, it should be great for casual users. You can pick up the new iPad Mini with 64 or 256Gb of storage, and you can choose between three premium, metal build colors: silver, space gray, and gold.

Best for Productivity: Samsung Galaxy Tab A -10.1" 16GB Tablet

Samsung Galaxy Tab A


If you are looking for a tablet to help you keep up with work on the go, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A might be a great choice for you. Many offices still use the Microsoft Office suite of products, so it can be extremely helpful to be able to use Office products while you are away from the office. This tablet lets you do just that without having to deal with cumbersome substitutes. Somewhat more affordable than an iPad, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A has a generously-sized screen and 16GB of storage space for all your favorite music and photos. You can enjoy using your tablet with an even larger screen though thanks to the easy-to-use Samsung SideSync feature that allows you to view your content on any screen after connecting your Samsung devices. And, you can switch to Kids' mode in order to safely entertain your children on car trips or in waiting rooms without having to worry about them accessing content you don’t want them to see or accidentally deleting important information or apps from your tablet.

Best Value: iView 733TPC with Wi-Fi 7" Touchscreen Tablet PC

iView 733TPC
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After a long day at work, hitting the gym, and commuting, sometimes the best evening plans involve your couch or bed and an entertainment source. Whether you love to catch up with friends and family on social networks, pin new recipe or craft ideas, video chat with loved ones, read e-books, or stream some funny videos, a great tablet lets you do that from the comfort of your pillow fort with ease. This budget-friendly tablet, the iView 7TPC, runs Android 4.4 OS and is powered by a 1.3 GHz quad-core processor, so despite its small price tag it can run video games, load Web pages, and manage all your favorite apps. For less than $50, you can enjoy your scrolling to your heart’s content on a seven-inch touchscreen that boasts 1024 x 600 resolution and built-in Wi-Fi.

Best for Business Travel: 11” iPad Pro Wi-Fi 64GB

11” iPad Pro Wi-Fi 64GB


Looking to travel laptop-free? Apple’s 11-inch iPad Pro is ready to take on all your work-related woes. The tablet's Liquid Retina display is beautiful with colors that pop right off the screen and it's also great for multitasking with split-screen apps available. Create a PowerPoint on one side of the display and keep your Twitter feed open on the other. With a battery life of over 10 hours, you’ll have no issues presenting in the morning and finishing the day with some Netflix before you even find the charger.

That it’s similarly sized to travel-friendly laptops means you won’t sacrifice too much space while on the go. Emailing, presenting, and creating slides are all easy thanks to a variety of Office suites available from Microsoft, Google and Apple. Video chatting is also simplified with the FaceTime HD camera so you can talk to friends or colleagues anywhere in the world. You can also rest assured that your work documents are safe; Face ID adds an extra layer of security requiring facial recognition to access sensitive data and material. 

Best for Teens: RCA Voyager 7" 16GB Tablet with Keyboard Case

RCA Voyager 7
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If your teen is begging for their own tablet, check out the RCA Voyager seven-inch 16G tablet. It’s affordable enough that you can entrust it to even a young teenager without causing too much stress, but it has lots of fun features that will help your child stay in touch with friends, inspire their creativity, and maybe even get some schoolwork done.

This Google-certified tablet operates on Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) so you can access even more apps on the Google Play store. The built-in front camera is great for selfies or videochatting, and Bluetooth capability means it’s easy to connect and share with other compatible devices like portable speakers for impromptu after-school get-togethers. Despite its budget-friendly price this tablet also boasts a quad-core processor and 16GB of flash storage, as well as a battery life of up to six hours on a single charge.

Our Process

Our writers spent 3 hours researching the most popular Walmart tablets on the market. Before making their final recommendations, they considered 18 different tablets overall, screened options from 10 different brands and manufacturers, read over 30 user reviews (both positive and negative), and tested 4 of the tablets themselves. All of this research adds up to recommendations you can trust.