Best Large Tablets: From 11 to 14 Inch Screens

Historically, tablets have been the large-screen alternative to smartphones. But just as the display sizes of smartphones continue to increase, so too have the screen sizes of tablets. This is a welcome trend for those who do a great deal of work on a tablet, such as students or remote workers, who desire a thin, lightweight device with a large screen. 

Samsung has been selling tablets for years, typically in two different sizes, with the “Plus” model being the largest. However, Samsung announced the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra with a 14.6-inch display earlier this year, the largest display Samsung has ever used in a tablet. 

Thus, the question arose: who else manufactures tablets with large displays? There are more alternatives than you might expect. Not all of them exceed 15 inches, but the selections below have more than enough screen space. 

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How did we choose these large tablets? 

Regarding tablets with large displays, there are a few options. In early February, Samsung announced the Tab S8 Ultra and its larger-than-iPad-Pro 14.6-inch display, sparking the idea for this roundup. Having used nearly every tablet on the list (except the Tab S8 Ultra, which is not yet available), I knew which tablets would cut. 

What sizes are available for tablets? 

Tablet sizes range from small to large. Typically, small tablets measure between five and seven inches in length. Tablets with a nine- to 11-inch display are of the midsize variety. Then there are large tablets with screens measuring between 12 and 14 inches. 

The larger the tablet, the heavier it will be. 

10 Best Large Tablets 2022

Not every device should be compact and portable. Apple, Samsung, and Microsoft offer some of the best large tablets with large displays and ample storage. Here are the large top tablets available for purchase this holiday season. 

1. Best large tablet overall: Apple iPad Pro 12.9

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The 12.9-inch iPad Pro meets all requirements for a portable tablet that can replace a laptop, including optional 5G support (if you’re willing to pay for it). The current iPad Pro models utilize Apple’s M1 Apple Silicon processor, identical to the processor used in the MacBook Pro and MacBook Air models of 2020. Consequently, the performance of the iPad Pro is unproblematic. 

There is an iPad Pro with an 11-inch display, but this roundup is about tablets with larger displays, and the 12.9-inch iPad Pro fits the bill. Apple’s $349 Magic Keyboard is required if you intend to use the iPad Pro as a laptop replacement. The Apple Pencil should also be considered if you want to take notes or create digital artwork. 

In addition to superior hardware, the iPad Pro provides access to Apple’s App Store, which features apps designed for the iPad’s larger display. These tablet-specific applications are not a competitive advantage for Android tablet manufacturers; only the iPad has attracted the attention of app developers. 

  • PROCESSOR: Apple M1 
  • RAM: 8 GB, 16 GB 
  • STORAGE: 128 GB, 256 GB, 512 GB, 1 TB, 2 TB 
  • DISPLAY: 12.9 inches 
  • CAMERA: Triple Camera 
  • BATTERY: Li-Po (40.88 Wh) 
  • Gorgeous new Mini LED screen
  • Center Stage works like a charm
  • Unrivalled app and accessories ecosystem
  • USB 4/Thunderbolt 3 port
  • Upgraded front-facing camera
  • Good battery life
  • Fast M1 processor
  • 5G, finally
  • Heavier than earlier models
  • IPadOS still limited
  • Awkward front camera placement
  • Can rapidly get expensive
  • Lack of Portrait mode on rear cameras
  • Face ID is awkward at times

2. Best budget large screen tablet: Apple iPad Air (2022)

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Apple’s iPad Air is the most reasonably priced large-screen tablet on the market. 

The iPad Air from Apple is a mobile tablet with an ideal balance of features and performance. This tablet’s powerful M1 processor is an additional factor contributing to its value, as its combination with the 60Hz screen results in spectacular web browsing performance. 

This large tablet is compatible with the second-generation Apple Pencil, making it a superior creative instrument. This is your best option if you are looking for a versatile tablet with the best accessories. 

The Smart Keyboard Folio and Magic Keyboard with an integrated trackpad provide an excellent typing experience, and the TouchID feature on the top button is quick, simple, and secure. 

The second-generation Apple Pencil has many advantages over its predecessor, including automatic charging when attached to the iPad’s top. The pencil’s matte finish and flat side prevent it from rolling away. 

  • PROCESSOR: Apple M1 
  • RAM: 8 GB 
  • STORAGE: 64 GB, 256 GB 
  • DISPLAY: 10.9 inches 
  • CAMERA: 12 MP (wide) 
  • BATTERY: Li-Po, 28.6 Wh 
  • Excellent performance thanks to Apple M1 processor
  • Solid 12MP cameras
  • Sharp, colorful display
  • Improved front-facing camera
  • Same price as the iPad Air 2020
  • All-day battery life
  • Too close in cost to iPad Pro
  • Peripherals are expensive
  • 64GB is too little storage for base model
  • IPadOS is annoying to use
  • Front-facing camera is awkward in landscape orientation
  • Still no Face ID

3. Best large tablet for Android fans: Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra

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The Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra tops our list because it has the largest screen of all the tablets we’ve compiled. The Tab S8 Ultra’s 14.6-inch AMOLED display provides ample space for both work and play. The package includes Samsung’s S Pen stylus, which can be used for sketching ideas or writing notes, navigating the tablet’s Android 12 interface, and writing in any text field to have it converted to digital text. 

Samsung’s $349 Book Cover Keyboard is not included in the packaging. If you plan to do any work on the Tab S8 Ultra, the keyboard is a must-have accessory. Not only does it provide a physical keyboard and trackpad, but it’s also the best way to take advantage of Samsung’s DeX platform. When docked in a keyboard, the standard Android 12 interface transforms into something resembling a traditional computer with a desktop and windowed applications. 

Only upgrade from the base model for the sole purpose of gaining additional storage space. The MicroSD card slot on the Tab S8 Ultra can accommodate up to 1TB of extra storage. If you’re already invested in the Samsung or Android ecosystem of products, the Tab S8 Ultra will fit into your workflow setup with minimal adjustment. 

  • PROCESSOR: Qualcomm SM8450 Snapdragon 8 Gen1 
  • RAM: 8 GB, 12 GB, 16 GB 
  • STORAGE: 128 GB, 256 GB, 512 GB 
  • DISPLAY: 14.6 inches 
  • CAMERA: Dual Camera 
  • BATTERY: Li-Po 11200 mAh 
  • Gorgeous, expansive OLED screen
  • Efficient multitasking in Android 12
  • Long update support
  • Includes S Pen
  • Dual front-facing cameras
  • Very expensive
  • Too large to be easily carried around—more a laptop than a tablet
  • Updates only guaranteed quarterly
  • Android still lacks robust selection of tablet-optimized apps

4. Microsoft Surface Pro 8

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I’d be remiss if I included Microsoft’s Surface line on this list, as it helped establish the 2-in-1 detachable computer market. In the end, it is sold as a standalone tablet. Microsoft redesigned the Surface Pro 8, reducing the bezels surrounding the 13-inch display and giving it the same fundamental design as the Surface Pro X. 

With the Surface Pro 8, you receive a tablet preloaded with Windows 11 rather than a mobile operating system such as Android or iPadOS. That means you won’t have to worry about locating applications or workarounds for your workflows. 

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If you want to use the Surface Pro 8 as a laptop, you will need to purchase the Surface Pro Signature Keyboard or buy the bundle that includes the keyboard and Microsoft’s Slim Pen 2 stylus. There is even a compartment on the keyboard that stores the pen and charges it simultaneously. 

  • CPU: 3.0GHz Intel Core i7-1185G7 (quad-core, 12MB Intel Smart Cache, up to 4.8GHz with Turbo Boost) 
  • Graphics: Intel Iris Xe Graphics 
  • RAM: 16GB LPDDR4x 
  • Screen: 13-inch QHD (2,880 x 1,920) touch 
  • Storage: 256GB SSD (PCIe, NVMe, M.2) 
  • Ports: 2 x Thunderbolt 4, combi audio jack, Surface Connect port 
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi 6; Bluetooth 5.1 
  • Camera: 1080p IR Webcam 
  • Weight: 1.96 pounds (891g) 
  • Size: 11.3 x 8.2 x 0.37 in (287 x 208 x 9.3mm W x D x H) 
  • Gorgeous new design
  • Amazing performance
  • Larger 13" display
  • Two Thunderbolt 4 ports
  • SSD is easily accessible
  • 120 Hz display makes for smoother writing and drawing
  • Stylus has a haptic motor and keyboard garage
  • Tailor-made for Windows 11
  • Supports external devices
  • More expensive
  • No more USB Type-A
  • Longer battery life
  • Slim Pen 2 and Signature keyboard sold separately

5. Lenovo Yoga Tab 13

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Lenovo’s ascent to the top table is mainly attributable to its development of one of the best large-screen tablets. The Lenovo Yoga Tab 13 is a 13-inch 2K LTPS with 400 Nits that promises a remarkable display in brighter environments. 

A large display is ideal for productivity, creativity, and entertainment consumption. Lenovo offers the best of both worlds by combining an integrated stand with a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 processor. In addition, given the battery’s 10,000mAh capacity, you won’t need to worry about battery life. Lenovo is the best option if you’re looking for an affordable device with an exceptional screen and sound for everyday use. 

  • Snapdragon 870 processor 
  • 8GB RAM 
  • 128/256GB internal storage 
  • 8Mp auto-focus selfie camera 
  • Quad speakers 
  • Android 12 
  • 13in (2000 x 1200) LCD IPS, 400 nits, 60Hz 
  • Big screen
  • Useful kickstand
  • Can function as an external display
  • Solid performance
  • Expensive
  • Android for tablets has issues
  • 60Hz LCD panel

6. Best large tablet for ChromeOS users: Lenovo Chromebook Duet 5

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Chromebook Duet 5 from Lenovo is ideal for those who live and work within the Google ecosystem of services and products. It is a full-featured ChromeOS device, but instead of a permanently attached keyboard, it is a tablet that docks into the included keyboard. There is now a tablet that consists of a keyboard. 

You will have access to the standard Chromebook layout and user interface when docked. You can access your Chrome apps and websites, among other things. Additionally, you can install Android applications from the Google Play Store. These apps can be installed on a mobile device, with some of them optimized for tablets. 

When you detach the keyboard from Duet 5, the interface will adapt to a touch-first design that is ideal for tablets. If you work and live within the Google ecosystem, the Chromebook Duet 5 makes excellent sense. 

  • Processor. Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 7c Gen 2. 
  • Operating System. Chrome OS. 
  • Memory. LDDR4 : 4 GB / 8 GB. 
  • Storage. eMMC : 64 GB / 128 GB / 256 GB. 
  • Audio. 4 x 1W Stereo Speakers. 
  • Battery* Up to 15 Hours. 
  • Gorgeous OLED display
  • Phenomenal battery life
  • Good price
  • Acceptable productivity performance
  • High-quality front and rear cameras
  • Comes with keyboard cover and kickstand
  • Stylus not included
  • Not great as a tablet
  • Awkward aspect ratio
  • No fingerprint or face scanning
  • Limited to Wi-Fi 5
  • Kickstand add-on is inconvenient
  • No audio jack, or 4G or 5G LTE option
  • Stylus supported, but costs extra

7. Best large tablet for those on-the-go: Microsoft Surface Pro X

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I have included the Surface Pro 8 on this list, but the Surface Pro X merits a separate mention. The Pro 8 and Pro X share the same design and support for the keyboard and stylus. Microsoft’s SQ1 or SQ2 ARM-based processors offer the Pro X a distinct advantage. This is the same processor architecture employed by Apple in the Apple Silicon chips found in the iPad Pro and multiple Macs. 

The transition to an ARM processor improves battery life and, in the case of the Pro X at least, brings LTE connectivity. However, there are a few disadvantages. One is that apps need to be rebuilt to support ARM processors instead of the tried-and-true Intel or AMD processors Microsoft uses in the rest of its Surface products. 

  • Processor: Microsoft SQ1 
  • GPU: Adreno 685 
  • Memory: 8GB or 16GB LPDDR4x 
  • Storage: 128GB, 256GB, or 512GB 
  • Rear Camera: 11MP autofocus (1080p) 
  • Front Camera: 5MP (1080p) 
  • Beautiful thin-bezel display
  • Will get Windows 11
  • Absurdly thin and light
  • Brilliant Surface Pen implementation
  • Better keyboard than iPad Pro
  • Pen and Type Cover not included
  • ARM CPU is worrisome
  • No more microSD slot

8. Best value large screen tablet: Microsoft Surface Laptop Studio 4

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The Microsoft Surface Laptop Studio 4 can perform various creative tasks and features one of Microsoft’s most cutting-edge displays. 

The Microsoft Surface Laptop Studio is a convertible device because the keyboard can be removed and converted into a tablet. When the device is opened, it resembles a laptop with a conventional keyboard, and when the screen is tilted back, it transforms into a tablet. 

Initially, it may be difficult to detach the screen from the magnets that connect it to the keyboard. This mode makes it easier to draw and write on the tablet because the screen is flat and easier to lean over. 

The screen’s large bezels conceal a 2-megapixel, 1080p webcam. The display is a 14.4-inch touchscreen with a resolution of 2400 by 1600 pixels and a refresh rate of 120 Hz. This laptop’s refresh rate enables smooth cursor scrolling and minimizes pen input latency. 

Surface Slim Pen 2 can be stored and charged on the platform located beneath the laptop. This large tablet’s front lip has magnets that can grab and securely hold the pen. This is one of the elegant stylus holders that the Surface Studio provides. 

The Laptop Studio’s keyboard is also excellent, as the keys are comfortable and backlit, resulting in a satisfying typing experience. The new trackpad included with this keyboard is spacious and precise. 

The impressive battery life of the large tablet is approximately 16 hours on a single charge, even when multitasking. 

  • CPU11th-Gen Intel Core i7-1185G7 (Core i5 also available) 
  • RAM: 16GB (8GB, 32GB also available) 
  • Display: 13.5-inch touch-screen, 2256 x 1504 (201 PPI) 
  • Storage: 512GB SSD (256GB, 1TB also available) 
  • Ports: 1x USB-C, 1x USB-A, Surface Connect port, headphone jack 
  • Battery life: 10:46 (tested, web surfing) | Up to 17 hours (Microsoft’s claim) 
  • Wireless: Wi-Fi 6/Bluetooth 5.0 
  • Dimensions: 12.1 x 8.8 x 0.57 inches 
  • Weight: 2.79 pounds 
  • Great 120Hz screen
  • All three modes work well
  • Impressive battery life
  • Solid performance
  • Expensive
  • Limited to three fixed positions
  • Not enough ports

9. Best large screen tablet for casual media usage: Amazon Fire HD 10 Tablet

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The Amazon Fire HD 10 has excellent battery life, display, app selection, and low price. It is best suited for media consumption rather than work. This large tablet has a 10.1-inch LCD screen with thick top and bottom bezels. 

The Amazon Fire HD 10 is the least expensive large tablet available, undercutting most of its more expensive competitors. The tablet’s low price comes with some compromises. The eleventh-generation Fire tablet has the exact display resolution of 1920 x 1200 with improved brightness and the same 12-hour battery life. 

The laptop has three gigabytes of RAM and performs well for casual media use. However, this large tablet experiences lag when playing video games. Consider the Fire HD 10 if you need a tablet with an affordable price, a durable e-reader, and streaming movies and television shows. 

Compared to other tablets, the back of this Fire tablet is made of hard plastic and lacks an attractive metallic finish. It is durable and can withstand some falls, but it is not resistant to spills, so you must exercise caution when transporting beverages and in inclement weather. 

In addition to the USB-C 2.0 port for charging, the Fire HD 2021 includes a power button, volume button, two mic holes, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The microSD card slot is located at the top right when the tablet is held in portrait orientation. This card slot can accommodate up to 1 TB of additional storage capacity. 

The dual integrated speakers are located at each tablet’s long ends. When using this tablet, the audio side must be facing upwards; otherwise, the volume may not be optimal. 

Alexa connects you to relevant information, entertainment, and people using only your voice. Alexa allows you to play videos and music, open apps, make calls or send messages, and access smart home devices. 

The Fire Tablet HD 10 is available in four colors: black, denim, lavender, and olive green. 

  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 247 x 166 x 9.2 mm 
  • Weight: 465 g 
  • Display: 10.1”, IPS LCD, FHD Resolution 
  • RAM: 3 GB 
  • Internal  Storage: 32 GB, or 64 GB 
  • MicroSD card: Up to 1 TB 
  • Cameras: Rear: 5 MP; Front: 2 MP 
  • Great screen for the price
  • Impressive budget performance
  • Fire OS 7 brings many improvements
  • USB-C
  • Long battery life
  • Practical design
  • Missing Android staples thanks to Fire OS
  • Best for Amazon customers
  • Mediocre cameras

10. Best hands-on large screen tablet: ALLDOCUBE Windows Tablet

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The ALLDOCUBE Windows KNote X Pro features a 13.3-inch full-fit, high-definition IPS display with a wide-viewing angle and a resolution of 2560 x 1440. 

This large-screen tablet has an Intel Celeron Gemini Lake N4120 Quad Core processor, Intel UHD 600 graphics, and 8GB of RAM, making it easier to surf the web and complete tasks. The 128GB SSD is expandable up to 1TB and provides ample space for storing various files and data. 

This tablet features a 13.3-inch black diamond display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440. Thanks to the tablet’s big screen, you can conduct online searches and read comfortably. It allows you to protect your eyes in complete darkness. If you want a laptop with a good display, this is the ideal option. 

It is a portable tablet that can assist you with your daily responsibilities. Whether studying or working, you can easily switch between a laptop and a mobile tablet. In your spare time, you can read emails or scan the news while eating breakfast, playing games, or watching movies on the couch. 

  • CPU: Intel Celeron N4120 
  • Graphics: Intel UHD Graphics 600 
  • RAM: 8GB LPDDR4 
  • Screen: 10.5-inch 1920 x 1280 full HD+ resolution 
  • Storage: 128GB SSD (Faspeed K7N-128GH) 
  • Ports: 1 x USB-C, 2 x USB 3.0, 1 x micro-HDMI, microSD card reader, audio jack 
  • Connectivity: Realtek 8821CE, Wi-Fi , Bluetooth 4.2 
  • Weight: 600g 
  • Size: 255 x 181 x 9.6mm  (H x W x D) 
  • Battery: 26.6WHr 
  • Metal build
  • Reliable performance
  • Decent keyboard
  • Windows 11 support
  • Decent battery life
  • Value for money
  • Under-par cameras
  • Mediocre speaker

Things to look for in a Large Tablet

Display Quality 

A tablet’s primary interface is its display. It is crucial to your purchasing decision. Size, resolution, brightness, viewing angle, and coating must be considered. The screen size and resolution make the text readable on any device. Full resolution enables the viewing of 1080p content on a device. Viewing angles is also essential because multiple people can view the display screen from various angles. 

Also, important when considering a tablet is its brightness. You should be able to view the tablet outdoors in the presence of sun glare. The screen coatings must be durable to prevent scratches and make the screens easier to clean. 


Tablets are popular devices due to their portability. You must purchase a tablet that is portable and lightweight. If you must carry a tablet for an extended period, a heavy tablet is cumbersome, but it is best to choose one durable so that it will not break in the event of a fall. 


Always choose a reputable brand when purchasing a tablet. If a problem persists with your tablets, you must contact the manufacturer, and the most dependable products come with warranties that you can use to fix the tablet. Choosing a vendor who updates their apps frequently and on time is optimal, as it demonstrates the vendor’s openness and that you are receiving the best possible product. 


It would help if you chose a tablet with long battery life. On a single charge, the battery life of some tablets can last between 10 and 12 hours. Android and Apple tablets can easily last 10 or 12 hours on a single charge, whereas Windows tablets have significantly shorter battery life. 


The processing speed of the tablet is displayed in gigahertz. This may be a minor consideration when deciding between a desktop and a laptop. There are few available processor options. Each generation of iPads has the same processor, but Android tablets frequently update their processors, making it difficult to keep track of the best ones. 

Storage Space 

Tablets offer a range of internal storage capacities. Tablet storage is crucial because it determines the maximum amount of data stored on the device. It would be best if you chose a tablet with a MicroSD slot because it allows you to add a larger memory card, thereby increasing the available storage space on the tablet. You must select tablets with dual USB ports to connect to external devices. 

Operating system 

You must choose a tablet with an operating system that meets your requirements. The operating system can be Apple, Android, Windows 10, or Amazon Fire OS. a variety of operating systems have compatible app collections. Therefore, you must choose a tablet based on your required app selection. 


When deciding between these tablets, the most critical question to ask is which operating system you prefer. Once you determine whether you require a whole computer experience or a mobile-centric operating system, you can narrow down your options. If you cannot choose between the Surface Pro 8 and Surface Pro X, I recommend the Surface Pro 8 because app compatibility is not an issue. 

Neither accessory is essential. It depends on the intended use of the tablet. No keyboard is required for viewing movies, playing video games, or reading books. Yes, if you want to use it as a weekend laptop replacement or for school. 

There is a significant difference between the quantity and quality of iPadOS and Android apps. Apple and third-party developers have refined the larger display device’s user interface for years. Developers have followed Google’s lead, although the company has conceded it has given up on Android tablets. There are numerous apps you can install and use, but, they’re just the phone version of the app and don’t function properly. 

When trying to decide between one of these tablets, the biggest question to ask yourself is what operating system do you want. Once you figure out if you need a full computer experience or if a mobile-centric operating system is enough, you can narrow it down from there. If you’re stuck deciding between the Surface Pro 8 and Surface Pro X, I’d recommend going with the Pro 8 only because you don’t have to worry about app compatibility like you do on the Pro X. Choose this large tablet… If you want… iPad Pro (fifth generation) The best overall option. Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra To stay in the Android ecosystem. Microsoft Surface Pro 8 A large tablet that can replace the need for a desktop computer. Lenovo Chromebook Duet 5 A tablet that uses ChromeOS. Microsoft Surface Pro X A large tablet to take with you on-the-go.

Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra is first on our list because it has the biggest display out of all the tablets we rounded up. With a 14.6-inch AMOLED display, you’re sure to have enough room for work and play on the Tab S8 Ultra

The Galaxy S8 Tab Ultra is a monster. Its 14.6-inch (370.8 mm), 120 Hz 2960×1848 OLED display has a 16:10 aspect ratio. The 326.4×208.6×5.5 mm (12.8×8.2×0.2 inch) aluminum body houses an 11,200 mAh battery, and it weighs a whopping 1.6 pounds (0.73 kg).

Generally speaking, larger tablets work well with large screens. They are also better suited to work that requires longer strokes, such as drawing and illustration, or work that can be done entirely on a drawing tablet, such as video editing.


Here are a few of the best large-screen tablets on the market, with consideration for Android, PadOS, and Windows users. As previously stated, with these additions to the best large-screen tablets, a higher price point is standard, and users should not be under the impression otherwise. There are cheaper alternatives, as mentioned previously, but you will receive a different level of performance. In nine out of ten cases, users will desire the best large-screen tablet for a purpose other than streaming. 

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