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.
1

Review: Microsoft Surface 4 Pro

Exquisite build and design.

2

Review: Toshiba Click 10

Unprecedented quality in a budget tablet.

3

Review: Google Pixel C

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

4

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.

5

Review: LG G4

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

6

Review: Toshiba Portege Z20t

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

7

Review: Nokia N1

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

8

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.

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: Samsung Galaxy S6

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

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