This Android tablet is a worthy challenger to the iPad, boasting a fantastic screen and an even better price.
A good-quality compact tablet with a handful of weaknesses.
An outstanding compact tablet that’s beautifully designed and offers great battery life. It’s
more expensive than its closest rivals, though.
Powerful, well built and sporting a better screen than you’d expect for its modest price. The Nexus 7 sets the new gold standard for budget tablets.
Samsung adds multitasking and stylus control to Android, but it isn’t quite the perfect fit
Sony’s convertible tablet gets Windows 8 devices off to an exhilarating start, but ergonomic niggles tarnish the experience.
A bold, dual-screened vision of the convertible tablet, but ergonomic niggles and mediocre battery life see it fall short of the mark.
A unique, superbly designed tablet that’s ideal for mobile professionals, but it has too many compromises to make it a must-have.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 brings split-screen multi-tasking, creative apps and quad core power. Oh, and the mighty S Pen too.
This phone turned tablet is a fascinating proof of concept, but has some serious flaws that hold it back from greatness.
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