Top 10 Handhelds in April


PC & Tech Authority's Top 10s are ranked according to review scores and site traffic over a 12 month period. Basically, these products are have hit a chord with us, with Google searches, and stuff that people generally like. In other words, this list shows which products are receiving the most interest from readers on our site.
1

Hands-on Preview: Huawei Ascend Mate 7

Huawei go all-in with a premium smartphone priced to embarrass its competitors.

2

Review: GIGABYTE Tegra Note 7

Here’s a quality tablet from Gigabyte, showing that the company is quickly going from strength to strength with consumer devices.

3

Review: Dell Venue 11 Pro 7000

Dell spruces up its superb 10.8in business tablet with Intel’s Core M to create the best business tablet yet.

4

Review: Toshiba Portege Z20t

Silent, long-lasting and with design geared towards reliable useability.

5

Review: Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5

Stupendous hardware, but it narrowly lags behind the Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet as our Android tablet of choice.

6

Review: Sony Xperia Z3 Compact

Sony’s pint-sized smartphone packs in a host of premium features without the high-end price.

7

Review: LG G3

LG rustles up a classy, top-rung smartphone, but the pixel-heavy screen takes its toll on battery life.

8

Review: HTC One (M8)

A beautiful, highly competent smartphone that’s packed with clever features, but the improvements are too subtle to justify the significant price premium.

9

Review: Apple iPad Air 2

The iPad is thinner, faster and better than before, maintaining Apple’s lead at the top of the tablet tree.

10

Review: Apple iPhone 6

It’s a brave new world for Apple’s new larger iPhone, with improved capabilities across the board.

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