The battle to be the best tablet of 2013 has once again featured the two biggest names.
We loved the original Nexus 7, which Google released last year, effectively creating a new category. It claimed an award for its low price and portability.
This year is no different and the new Nexus 7 once again claims victory. Google has again shown that premium products need not come with a premium price tag.
With a gorgeous, full HD screen, the latest iteration of Android and an improved processor, the Nexus 7 (2013) walks away with product of the year. But with the likes of the iPad Mini 2 and the LG G Pad looming, it looks set to remain a competitive category...
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Apple meanwhile reigns supreme in the over 8-inch category, and it's hardly surprising.
With a visually stunning Retina Display, Apple's own A6X processor, and the high build quality and overall performance we've come to expect, it was always going to take some beating.