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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 reviews & news in Tablets
Apple iPad Air review (updated), Asus MeMo Pad HD 7 review, Amazon Kindle Fire HDX review, Apple iPad Mini with Retina Display review, Amazon Kindle Paperwhite review
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|Apple iPad Air review|
The iPad Air is a full-sized tablet that's slim, lightweight and superfast thanks to the A7 processor. It's quite probably the best tablet you can buy right now.
| ||Apple iPad Mini with Retina Display review|
The iPad Mini with Retina display is an iPad Air in a smaller size. Everything is here - from the Retina display to the A7 processor - just the size and the cost are less.
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|Tesco Hudl review|
The Hudl: it's the low-cost tablet phenomenon from Tesco that's sweeping the nation!
| ||Amazon Kindle Fire HDX review|
The Amazon Kindle Fire HDX is a very impressive low-cost tablet with a stunning display, superfast quadcore processor and the benefits of easy access to Amazon content. Just be aware that it doesn't allow access to Google Play.
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|Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 review|
It's a decent 10 inch tablet, but by no means the best. The Galaxy Tab 3 proves that not everything Samsung touches turns to gold.
| ||Google Nexus 7 (2013) review|
The 2013 version of the Google Nexus 7 is a superslim and lightweight 7 inch tablet that won't break the bank. But don't let that deceive you - it has an outstanding 1080 HD screen, an ultrafast processor and comes in a choice of 16GB or 32GB with a 4G option too. Just watch out for the battery life.
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|Google Nexus 10 review|
The ultimate Android tablet, with the fastest processor and highest resolution display available. It's missing 3G and a memory card slot, but it's the best you can buy for the price.
| ||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. However, the Tab 3 is outgunned and outpriced by rival tablets, making it a poor choice in this highly competitive market.
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|Sony Xperia Tablet Z review|
Sony's Xperia Tablet Z is the slimmest tablet ever and performs just as well as it looks. It's simply one of the very best tablets available.
| ||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.
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Old TabletsAmazon 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.
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.
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.