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Tablets are one of the hottest trends in tech. But should you choose Apple, Android, Windows or Kindle? Read our reviews to find out more.

Best buy: Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 8 16GB from Amazon.co.uk (£169.00)

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Microsoft Surface Pro 3 review, Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 review, Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 10.1 review, Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 7.0 review, Google Nexus 9 review

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 review
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 is an excellent 10 inch tablet, and is very good value for money now that the price has fallen significantly.
 Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 review
The 3rd generation Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 is an ultra lightweight tablet with a 7 inch screen. Recent price slashes in the run-up to Christmas now make this an attractive option.
   
 
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 review
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S is one of the very best Android tablets released in 2014. The 8.4 inch model is a good size, and is extremely competitively priced. Its top features must be its ultraslim form factor and outstanding AMOLED display.
 Apple iPad Mini 3 review
The iPad Mini 3 is a compact iPad with a Retina display and a fast A7 processor. It also now features a Touch ID fingerprint identity sensor for extra security.
   
 
Apple iPad Air 2 review
The iPad Air 2 is a thinner, lighter and more powerful replacement for the iPad Air. It's probably the best tablet you can buy in 2014.
 Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 10.1 review
The 10-inch version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 doesn't have a lot going for it, except for its low price. It's generally under-powered, but is probably sufficient for the less demanding user, and is certainly a bargain.
   
 
Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 7.0 review
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 is a compact tablet with a small 7 inch screen and entry-level performance. It's lightweight and sturdy, and suitable for use by young families, but it's expensive for what you get.
 Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 review
The 3rd generation Samsung Galaxy Tab impresses in its 8 inch form, with a superslim design, HD screen, plenty of memory, good battery life and the latest Jelly Bean release of Android.
   
 
Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact review
Sony's Z3 Tablet Compact is a stunningly beautiful and powerful device. It's super-slim, super-lightweight and just generally super-everything. It's expensive for an 8 inch tablet, but it's built to last.
 Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 review
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S is very close to being the perfect tablet. With a large 10 inch AMOLED screen, ultraslim design, octacore processor and plenty of memory, it has everything we need.
   

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Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8.9 review - The Kindle Fire HD 8.9 is a full-size version of Amazon's popular 7 inch tab. Offering excellent value and with easy access to Amazon's content library, it's hard to beat for all but the most demanding users.
Amazon Kindle Fire review - The Kindle Fire is a stunningly cheap 7 inch tablet. Built around Amazon's huge library of movies, TV shows, songs, books, magazines and apps, the Kindle Fire is a great value, compact tablet that has a lot to offer. It may not have a camera, GPS or 3G, but what it does have is very good indeed.
Amazon Kindle Keyboard 3G review - The Kindle Keyboard 3G is the Kindle for frequent travellers or anyone without easy access to Wi-Fi. The free 3G data access is convenient, as is the physical QWERTY keyboard and extended battery life.
Amazon Kindle Touch review - The Kindle Touch has all the benefits of the original Kindle, but with an intuitive touchscreen interface, stereo speakers, more memory and twice the battery life.
Apple iOS 6.0 - Guide to the iOS 6.0 operating system from Apple.
Apple iOS 6.1 - Guide to the iOS 6.1 operating system from Apple.
Apple iPad 3 review - The new iPad is the tablet to buy unless you can't afford it or you're an Android nerd. With a large HD Retina display, a lightning-fast dual-core processor and the intuitive iOS 5, this is the tablet that's let you work, play and anything else you care to mention. With over 200,000 apps, many free and pre-installed, and an enormous library of digital content, there are few limits to what this device is capable of.
BlackBerry PlayBook review - The BlackBerry PlayBook has a powerful dual-core processor at its heart, a vivid 7 inch display and an intuitive gesture-based multitouch user interface. It connects securely to a BlackBerry smartphone for email access, and offers Full HD video calling over Wi-Fi. But its lack of 3G and very poor choice of apps count against it.
HTC Flyer review - The HTC Flyer is a compact tablet with a 7 inch screen.
Microsoft Surface Pro review - The Microsoft Surface Pro delivers the power of a laptop with the convenience and portability of a tablet, but it's expensive and there are necessary compromises.
Microsoft Surface RT review - The Microsoft Surface RT is a unique tablet/laptop hybrid with a touchscreen and a snap-on keyboard. It's more powerful than rival tablets, but the choice of apps is limited, it's not fully mobile, and Windows RT has its limitations.
S21 Best Tablet awards 2013 - Here we pick the very best tablets of 2013 in a number of categories.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 review - The Galaxy Note 8.0 is a mid-sized tablet with the benefits of 3G and an S-Pen stylus. It's a fast, quad-core device with plenty of memory but expensive.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 review - The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is the best Android tablet we've seen and a close rival to the Apple iPad 2.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 review - The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 is a compact tablet with a 7 inch screen. Running Android 2.2, the Galaxy Tab seems dated when compared with the latest tablets.
Tesco Hudl review - The Hudl: it's the low-cost tablet phenomenon from Tesco that's sweeping the nation!
Vodafone Smart Tab II (7 inch) review - The Vodafone Smart Tab 2 is an entry-level 7 inch tablet running Android Ice Cream Sandwich and offering the benefit of 3G HSPA connectivity in addition to Wi-Fi for true portability.
World Cup 2014: Android and iOS football app reviews - I have been lucky enough to pre-test the best World Cup football apps and speak to the developers behind them. After testing a whole series of football apps I found the best football prediction game and the best app for following the World Cup.
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