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 big screen tablet, best 10in tablet and the best 7in tablet (or thereabouts) - and given you a few others worth considering.
Click through to read the full reviews on each products, see pictures, tech specs and see the best prices we've found.
Apple owns the premium tablet market and the Pro 9.7 only cements its position with a great all-round performance.
Yes, it's a little pricier than the iPad Air 2 but video performance is a serious step up, as is the sound qualtiy through the four-way speaker system. Add the unrivalled user experience, and gorgeous design and you've got a tablet in a league of its own.
MORE: iPad Pro (9.7in) review
Tested at £319 / Best price £310 at Laptops Direct
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 £50 / Best price £50 at Amazon
The Fire tablet has been designed to cover the basics. It provides you with a perfectly usable screen and access to Amazon's ecosystem of video content and apps. It's not going to compete with the iPads out there, but for £50, we don't expect it to.
If you're looking for an affordable tablet you can just throw in a bag and carry around with you, the Fire should be on your shortlist.