Whether it's for catching up on iPlayer on your commute or for keeping your kids quiet in the back of the car, a tablet is ideal for entertainment on the move.

In 2016 the best budget tablets offer impressive sound and video performance, without breaking the bank. And if cheap-and-cheerful is what you're after, then these are the best tablets on the market.

It's not all about Apple at this price range, instead we suggest you eye-up one of these iPad alternatives.

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Amazon Fire tablet

Reviewed on 11th August 2016 at
£50

Tested at £50

Best price £50 at Amazon

If you're after an affordable tablet that covers the basics then Amazon Fire Tablet should be top of your list. It puts the company's own ecosystem front and centre, but with a vast array of TV and movies on Amazon Video, it's not necessarily a bad thing.

It's not without its flaws, but with a £50 price tag we're happy to ignore them.

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Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 8in

Reviewed on 5th July 2016 at
£120

Tested at £120

Best price £130 at Amazon

The Yoga Tab 3 combines a gorgeous design and some clever features that make its low price all the more appealing. Performance is good for this level too and the screen is one of the best we've seen at this price. With full access to the Google Play Store on hand too, the Yoga Tab 3 8in is a budget tab worth considering.

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