Don't have a dedicated tablet anymore, though my current laptop is one of those "convertibles" (360 fold over or whatever you want to call it), I very rarely use it in tablet mode though, only occasionally when using it to read something that works better in portrait mode.
I cannot live without my tablet. It is my mobile work pc as I do lots of inspections. I create documents on it. Emails, messaging, social media, news, games, movies, music, internet banking, video calling, calendar scheduling, meeting minutes, Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7' handles anything like a dream. Periphrals like bluetooth keyboard and mouse intergrates seamlessly. I even connect flash drives with an OTG cable. So my tablet is waaaaaayyy more important to me than my smart phone.
Nope... It's a nice tablet and it's pleasurable to use, especially for longer articles and such. Just don't use it much, thus it's basically unlikely to be charged and when I turn it on it will go mad with notifications and app updates etc. Pretty much only use it when flying, load it up with series/movies and take some in-ear wireless earphones with.
I like the small size. So handy to put it in a gadget bag and have a computer that can run Windows apps. Mine can take a SIM card. So no need to mess with WiFi. The big down side for me is the small size of the flash disk.
I use an old Samsung Galaxy Note Pro. I used to have everything installed on my phone also installed on my tablet. That is a pain with notifications and duplication. Now I have minimal installed on tablet with different accounts. I use iPhone and Note Pro. Best of both worlds! iPhone for best music experience and the big 12 inch Note Pro for everyday newspaper and magazine reading, browsing the internet for longer than just 5 minutes, nice to watch TV or movies when the power is off. I also remote desktop to one of my work pcs with it and can then do everything work wise, but using laptop is actually easier in this regard. Tablet nice for taking notes at courses. Seeing that I have iPhone, I use Android tablet occasionally to get GSM, 3G, LTE cell info, measure wifi carriers and torrent downloads Cannot wait for the next 12 inch android tablet to come out. Seems every Android tablet is smaller nowadays.
Every day of my life: For news and all my social media interactions. Its mobility (iPad) is unsurpassed, with the exception of my Apple iPhone, but with much more screen and easier navigation on account of screen size.