Gaming is an increasingly popular way tablet owners are spending time with their devices, and chipmakers are paying attention. Here are a few Android tablets that have improved in just the last year:
Kobo ArcThe good: The Kobo Arc features good gaming performance and useful e-reader features. The bad: The Arc's boxy build gives it an antiquated feel, and it ships with an older OS.
Sony Xperia Tablet SThe good: The Tablet S has a comfortable, high-quality design, a sharp-looking screen, storage expansion, and potential as a universal remote alternative. The bad: Unfortunately Wi-Fi currently shuts off whenever the tablet sleeps, and its screen flickers intermittently. Price is a bit high for what's offered.
Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700