Best Value: HP Elite X2 1012 G1If you want a business-grade tablet that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg, take a look at HP’s Elite X2 1012 G1. The hardware makes it more than able to effortlessly manage daily office tasks and then some. The convertible has a 12-inch Full-HD display. The display is shielded with a layer of Gorilla Glass 4, which helps it stand up against scratches and all other types of damage. The Elite X2 comes with a detachable keyboard and even has HP’s Active Pen Stylus as part of the package. Best Budget: Amazon Fire HD 10Despite being mainly known in the hardware space for their Kindle family of e-readers, Amazon also builds some really great Android-based tablets branded under the "Fire" brand name. If you’re on the hunt for the perfect budget tablet for your business needs, the Fire HD 10 might just be what you need.The key feature of Amazon Fire HD 10 is its built-in Alexa capabilities. If you don’t know, Alexa is Amazon’s virtual assistant that also works the company’s Echo lineup of smart devices. Thanks to hands-free functionality, you can have Alexa tell you the weather, read you the news and more, without even picking up the tablet.The Fire HD 10 has deep integration with Amazon’s content ecosystem, which lets you have access to apps, streaming music, unlimited e-books, and videos. You also can get all the apps that android has to offer.Connectivity options on the Fire HD 10 include Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, USB 2.0 and 3.5mm audio. Additionally, you get a 2MP rear camera and a VGA front-facing shooter. The tablet comes in colors like marine blue, black, or punch red and is backed by a one-year limited service and warranty.