Whether you're after a cheap tablet or something a little more premium, we've done the necessary tablet reviews to help you make the right buying decision. Apple and Samsung may steal most of the headlines but do the iPad and Galaxy tablets justify the hype?
We've split our choices by size - the best 10in tablet and the best 7in tablet (or thereabouts) - and given you a few others worthy of your consideration in to the bargain.
Click through to read the full reviews on each products, see pictures, tech specs and compare the latest live prices.
Tested at £400
Simply put, the iPad Air 2 ticks all the boxes. Best bar none video and audio performances, an unrivalled user experience, snappy in use and a gorgeous design - it’s a combination of superlatives you won’t find anywhere else.
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Tested at £319
It's a one-two for Apple, earning our recommendation, no matter what size tablet you want. The fourth generation of Apple’s smallest tablet is arguably it’s best yet, with more tricks up its sleeve than ever.
A superb screen, great user experience, punchy audio and the best app selection going make the iPad mini 4 the best small-screen tablet right now.
MORE: iPad mini 4 review
Tested at £129
Tesco's Hudl 2 builds on the success of the surprisingly impressive Hudl, delivering a good performance for a low price.
The Hudl 2 screen is larger, up from 7 to 8.3 inches, and is now full HD. The overall build quality is better, too. There's only 16GB storage but the SDcard slot allows you to add more, while an HDMI output is a nice addition for connecting to your TV.
It won't match the best on the market for audio purists, nor is the picture class-leading, but for basic functionality it's hard to argue with the Hudl 2.
MORE: Tesco Hudl 2 review
Tested at £340
The laptop and tablet hybrid may have been made most famous by the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity and latterly the Microsoft Surface 2 but we rather like this Dell XPS 10 tablet, which can also be paired with an optional keyboard.
A few years old now, so liable to be on sale, the 10.1in screen looks detailed, natural and realistic – though of course it's a shame it's not full HD – but the sound can be a little on the light side. Not perfect but an appealing alternative to the usual suspects.
MORE: Dell XPS 10 review
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