Top 10 Handhelds in January

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.

Review: Microsoft Surface 4 Pro

Exquisite build and design.


Review: Toshiba Click 10

Unprecedented quality in a budget tablet.


Review: Google Pixel C

Despite not having 'Pro' in the name, this powerful Android tablet could be a serious laptop-killer.


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.


Review: LG G4

LG’s new flagship takes aim at the Samsung Galaxy S6 – and pulls off an impressive coup.


Review: Toshiba Portege Z20t

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


Review: Nokia N1

A near-perfect Android tablet, but without an official Australian supplier it’s hard to recommend.


Review: Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet

Sony's latest tab is a slim Android sensation with a laptop-style keyboard and a lot going for it.


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.


Review: Samsung Galaxy S6

Samsung finally nails it – the S6 is the most fully featured, powerful and attractive smartphone around.

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