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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.
Latest tablet reviews & news
Sony Xperia Tablet Z review, Microsoft
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Amazon Kindle review - The all-new Kindle does
only one thing, but it does it brilliantly. It's the best tablet you can buy
for reading ebooks.
Amazon Kindle Paperwhite review -
Amazon's most advanced e-reader with a higher resolution, higher contrast touchscreen,
a built-in light and double the 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.
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.
Apple iPad 2 review - The Apple iPad 2 is a truly
amazing tablet. Equipped with a large 9.7 inch screen, it's big enough to work
and play seriously, and the hardware needed to support it is all here: a dual-core
processor, 512MB of RAM and up to 64GB of built-in memory. Add to this the polished
performance of Apple's iOS 4 and the wealth of built-in and downloadable apps,
and we think you'll get more for your money with the iPad 2 than with any other
Apple New iPad 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
Barnes & Noble Nook HD review - a
viable alternative to Amazon's Kindle Fire HD.
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.
Microsoft Surface Pro review - The power
of an Ultrabook with the portability of a tablet.
Microsoft Surface RT review - Microsoft's
first entrance into the tablet market. The Surface runs Windows RT and has a
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 review - A
10 inch Android tablet with a quad-core processor, split-screen multitasking
and an S-Pen digital stylus.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 review - The Samsung
Galaxy Tab is a compact tablet with a 7 inch screen. Running Android 2.2, the
Galaxy Tab seems a little dated when compared with the latest tablets, but the
price more than makes up for this. With a 1GHz processor, 16GB of built-in memory
and a large battery, the Tab is quite capable of doing everything a smartphone
can do and doing it better.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 review - With
a dual-core processor, 10" HD screen and up to 64GB of memory, this hardware
is easily a match for the iPad 2.
Sony Xperia Tablet Z review - a stunning,
ultraslim tablet with a 10 inch 1080p screen, fast quadcore processor, plenty
of memory, superior photographic capabilities and good battery life.
Vodafone Smart Tab II (7 inch) review
- An entry-level Android tablet with the benefit of 3G HSPA.
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HTC Flyer review - The HTC Flyer is a compact tablet
with a 7 inch screen. Running Android 2.3 plus HTC Sense and equipped with a
fast 1.5GHz processor and lots of memory, the Flyer is a very capable device.
It has a premium look and feel, and comes with a unique Magic Pen stylus. But
it's a very expensive tablet and offers poor value for money.