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Current Live Black Friday Tablet Deals

Rank Store Sale Start Date % Link
1 Debenhams 3 for 2 On Gifts 05/11/2018 50% Visit Sale
2 Argos Save Up to 25% On Selected Baby and Toddler Essentials 24/04/2019 25% Visit Sale
3 Game 3 for 2 On Pre Owned Titles 25/10/2018 50% Visit Sale
4 Currys Save Up to 600 GBP On Smart TVs 31/10/2018 50% Visit Sale
5 Littlewoods Up to 40% Off Selected Home and Electricals 24/04/2019 40% Visit Sale
6 Up to 40% Off Selected Home and Electricals 24/04/2019 40% Visit Sale
7 Ryman Multibuy Savings On the Really Useful Box Range 04/09/2018 50% Visit Sale
8 Ebuyer Daily Deals: Save Up to 40% 04/04/2018 40% Visit Sale

Black Friday Tablet Deals Buying Guide


There are hundreds of Black Friday tablets on the market. They run on one of three operating systems– Google Android, Apple iOS, and Microsoft Windows. Your tablet choice maybe be on the operating system of other devices you already own.


Android tablet offer the biggest variety of hardware from more than a dozen different companies. The downside is Android tablets have varying degrees of quality, from weak to top rated.

Apple’s iPads have access to a million apps, are easy to use, and in our surveys, have proven to be more reliable than other brands. But they also tend to be more expensive.

Windows tablets are known for their powerful operating system, but the Windows app store does not have as many options as the others.


Tablets come in a variety of sizes. While the standard size is 8 to 10 inches, both smaller and larger models are becoming popular. Larger tablets give you several more inches for watching movies, visiting complex websites, or using multiple pages at a time.


We tested tablets’ battery life by surfing the web over Wi-Fi until the battery died. We found most tablet last nine to 12 hours. All tablets offer Wi-Fi. That might be something you’re interested in if you need to use your tablet when you’re not on a Wi-Fi network. But our survey shows the majority of people only use Wi-Fi.


If you are going to store photos, videos, and music on your tablet, you’ll want at least 32 gigabytes of memory. You can’t add additional storage to iPads, but you can to most Android tablets.


What do you plan to use your tablet for? If you mostly plan on reading books and magazines, you want a tablet that can stand up to the glare of the sun if you take it outside. If you’re a gamer, you should be able to play most games on most tablets. The smoother and more detailed the graphics, the better the performance.

Tablets are good for handling basic tasks like web surfing, word processing, and email, especially if you do not want to spend the money on a pricey laptop. You can get some of the features of a laptop by adding accessories, such as a Bluetooth keyboard, and there are also detachable tablets. We recommend for heavy-duty word processing, databases, or spreadsheets, basic tablets probably will not replace your laptop.


Market research shows price is the most important feature people consider when shopping for a tablet. And you don’t have to spend a bundle to get a great tablet these days because the quality of lower priced models has gone up.


A growing number of tablets are made just for children. They often range in size from 4 to 9 inches and are more rugged than grown-up tablets. Most children’s tablets come preloaded with content geared towards children, plus a range of parental controls. Some let you block or monitor specific apps or websites, and some even let you specify how often and for how long they can use it. Although children’s tablets often come with games, e-books and more, the amount and quality of the apps can vary, depending on the manufacturer. And some preloaded app may only be free trial versions.